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NASA Rover Helps Reveal Possible Secrets Of Martian Life
Life may have had a tough time getting started in the ancient environment that left its mark in the Martian rock layers examined by NASA's Opportunity rover - NASA/JPL
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Titan’s Turbulence Surprises Scientists
Strong turbulence in the upper atmosphere, a second ionospheric layer and possible lightning were among the surprises found by the Huygens Atmospheric Structure Instrument (HASI) during the descent to Titan’s surface - ESA
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Radar Exposes Buried Ice On Mars
The first experiment to look for water deep below the surface of Mars has revealed hints of a subterranean ice lake, trapped in a buried crater - Nature
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Second Moon Spotted Circling Cigar-Shaped World
But the new satellite, found around a large Kuiper Belt Object at the fringes of the solar system, is orbiting its host at a puzzling angle - New Scientist
Planet-Sized Brown Dwarf May Yield Smallest Known Solar System
Astronomers using NASA's Spitzer and Hubble Space Telescopes and other ground-based observatories have discovered a failed star, less than one-hundredth the mass of the Sun, possibly in the process of forming a solar system - Space Telescope Science Institute
Hayabusa Owns A Piece Of The Rock
The Japanese spacecraft nabbed dust samples from the surface of asteroid Itokawa November 26, but leaking thrusters may keep the plucky probe from returning its prize to Earth - Astronomy
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Ice Volcanoes Captured
Finally astronomers have the photographic proof they've been looking for — ice volcanoes actively erupting on Saturn's moon Enceladus - Sky and Telescope
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A Speedy Star
A massive young star is speeding through the Milky Way's halo. Its age and extreme speed hints a black hole in the center of our neighboring Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) may have sent it on its way - Astronomy
Hubble Dissects The Crab
Professional astronomers got a glimpse of it 11 months ago, when the American Astronomical Society met in San Diego, California. But the rest of the world had to wait until today to view this portrait of the Crab Nebula - Sky and Telescope, Space Telescope Science Institute
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NASA Criticised Over Space Station Management
Key problems with the International Space Station must be solved before NASA's can send humans to the Moon and Mars, a high-level report finds - New Scientist
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