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New research finds martian valleys resemble rivers running under glaciers on Earth, meaning ancient Mars may have been a more frigid world than once thought.
Astronomers have long suspected a city-sized neutron star hides within the dusty shroud of SN 1987A. And now, they’re closer than ever to proving their case.
A pair of studies outlines how scientists can forecast solar weather, which may soon help protect Earth’s electrical grid from possible threats.
The Hayabusa 2 team has laid out a proposal for an extended mission to one of two asteroids after the spacecraft's sample return this December.
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Astronomers thought giant stars were reponsible for flooding the early system with a radioative isotope — but the Sun itself might have made it.
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The latest data release from a survey of 31 million galaxies reveals that our universe is even smoother than we thought it was.
The post Our Unexpectedly Smooth Universe May Point to New Physics appeared first on Sky & Telescope.