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November 18, 2014
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Jupiter’s Red Spot is Likely a Sunburn, Not a Blush

The ruddy color of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is likely a product of simple chemicals being broken apart by sunlight in the planet’s upper atmosphere, according to a new analysis of data from NASA’s Cassini mission. The results contradict the … Continue reading

October 29, 2014
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Versorgungsroute für die Entstehung von Planeten in einem Doppelsternsystem entdeckt

ALMA beobachtet Ezechiels „Rad im Rad” aus Staub und Gas Wissenschaftler haben mit ALMA zum ersten Mal einen Gastrom beobachtet, der von einer massereichen äußeren Scheibe hin zu den inneren Bereichen eines Doppelsternsystems fließt. Dieser noch nie zuvor dokumentierte Vorgang … Continue reading

September 12, 2014
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Voyager Map Details Neptune’s Strange Moon Triton

NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft gave humanity its first close-up look at Neptune and its moon Triton in the summer of 1989. Like an old film, Voyager’s historic footage of Triton has been “restored” and used to construct the best-ever global … Continue reading

May 6, 2014
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Ganymede May Harbor ‘Club Sandwich’ of Oceans and Ice

The largest moon in our solar system, a companion to Jupiter named Ganymede, might have ice and oceans stacked up in several layers like a club sandwich, according to new NASA-funded research that models the moon’s makeup. Previously, the moon … Continue reading

May 1, 2014
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Solar System’s Edge Redefined

Washington, D.C.—The Solar System has a new most-distant member, bringing its outer frontier into focus. New work from Carnegie’s Scott Sheppard and Chadwick Trujillo of the Gemini Observatory reports the discovery of a distant dwarf planet, called 2012 VP113, which … Continue reading

April 21, 2014
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Study Tests Theory that Life Originated at Deep Sea Vents

One of the greatest mysteries facing humans is how life originated on Earth. Scientists have determined approximately when life began (roughly 3.8 billion years ago), but there is still intense debate about exactly how life began. One possibility has grown … Continue reading

February 21, 2014
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A global map of Jupiter’s biggest moon

Using images from NASA’s Voyager Mission (1979) and the orbital Galileo Mission (1995), researchers have created the first global geological map of Jupiter’s largest moon, Ganymede. PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — Scientists, including Brown University geologists and students, have completed … Continue reading