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Looking for Signs of Life on Distant Planets Just Got Easier

A recent study from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) has produced a new 3-D model for determining exoplanet habitability.

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Sky Pointing Curiosity Captures Breathtaking Vista of Mount Sharp and Crater Rim, Climbs Vera Rubin Seeking Hydrated Martian Minerals

5 years after a heart throbbing Martian touchdown, Curiosity is climbing Vera Rubin Ridge in search of ?aqueous minerals? and ?clays? for clues to possible past life while capturing ?truly breathtaking? vistas of humongous Mount Sharp - her primary destination ? and the stark eroded rim of the Gale Crater landing zone from ever higher elevations, NASA scientists tell Universe Today in a new mission update.

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Nope, our Temporary Moon Isn?t Space Junk, it?s an Asteroid

A team of astronomers from the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory has confirmed that Earth's "temporary Moon" is an asteroid, and not space junk.

The post Nope, our Temporary Moon Isn’t Space Junk, it’s an Asteroid appeared first on Universe Today.

Bigelow and ULA are Sending a Habitat to Lunar Orbit by 2022

Bigelow Aerospace and United Launch Alliance announced on Tuesday that they’ll be sending their own inflatable habitat to lunar orbit by 2022. They’re calling it the Lunar Depot. Part laboratory, part hotel, the habitat will serve as a destination for anyone planning to visit the Moon. Suddenly the Moon has become all the rage for […]

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Forecast for Titan: Cold, with a Chance of Noxious Ice Clouds

One of the many interesting finds made by the Cassini orbiter before it crashed into Saturn was evidence of a hybrid, toxic ice cloud above Titan's southern pole.

The post Forecast for Titan: Cold, with a Chance of Noxious Ice Clouds appeared first on Universe Today.

More Evidence Presented in Defense of Planet 9

A new study by a team from the University of Michigan has shown how Planet 9 could have prevented TNOs from being destroyed or ejected over time.

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Stable Lava Tube Could Provide a Potential Human Habitat on the Moon

A new study by JAXA and international scientists has confirmed the existence of a stable lava tube in the Marius Hills region of the Moon.

The post Stable Lava Tube Could Provide a Potential Human Habitat on the Moon appeared first on Universe Today.

Metal-Eating Bacteria Could Have Left their ?Fingerprints? on Mars, Proving it Once Hosted Life

A new study by a team of European scientists has shown how metal-eating bacteria could have left their mark on Mars, which could be discovered by future missions

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Weekly Space Hangout ? Oct 18, 2017: Weekly News Roundup

Hosts: Fraser Cain (universetoday.com / @fcain) Dr. Paul M. Sutter (pmsutter.com / @PaulMattSutter) Dr. Kimberly Cartier (KimberlyCartier.org / @AstroKimCartier ) Dr. Morgan Rehnberg (MorganRehnberg.com / @MorganRehnberg ChartYourWorld.org) Announcements: If you would like to join the Weekly Space Hangout Crew, visit their site here and sign up. They’re a great team who can help you join […]

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Flowing Water on Mars Likely Cold and Frosty, Says New Study

A new study from Brown University has offered a possible explanation for how surface water could have flown on Mars roughly 4 billion years ago.

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