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  • Looking into the Sun’s Future
    NASA's Kepler mission have provided such a clear view of changes in star brightness that astronomers can now see clues about what happens inside red giant stars. The results also shed light on what could happen to the Sun in about 5 billion years.
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  • Looking into the Sun's Future
    NASA's Kepler mission have provided such a clear view of changes in star brightness that astronomers can now see clues about what happens inside red giant stars. The results also shed light on what could happen to the Sun in about 5 billion years.
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  • Observations from ESA's GOCE satellite have provided the best ever map of Earth's gravity. The research could further our understanding of the Earth.
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  • Observations from ESA's GOCE satellite have provided the best ever map of Earth's gravity. The research could further our understanding of the Earth.
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  • Using data from three NASA separate missions, scientists have traced ripples in the rings of Saturn and Jupiter to collisions with cometary fragments. Understanding the local environments of Saturn and Jupiter can help astrobiologists determine the habitability of moons that orbit these giant planets.
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  • New research is helping scientists understand one of the four fundamental forces of the Universe.
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  • New Images of Mercury Just the Beginning
    NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft has returned 1500 images from orbit around Mercury. The instruments on MESSENGER are working, and the mission is now poised to help scientists understand the evolution of the small, rocky planet that lies closest to the Sun.
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  • A new study shows that wind is a much more powerful force in shaping mountains than previously thought.
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  • A new study shows that wind is a much more powerful force in shaping mountains than previously thought.
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  • Not Only the Fittest Survive
    A new theory about evolution has called into question the idea that 'only the fittest survive.' This means that biodiversity may evolve where previously thought impossible.
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