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Exploring the natural world
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At the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland, 40 thousand pillars of basalt rise up from the sea.
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If you travel to Turkey, don't miss the spectacular hot springs of Pamukkale!
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The red fox is renowned for it's intelligence and cunning. How much do you know about these animals?
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Asteroids, comets, meteors and meteorites represent different phenomena in the Solar System, but what is actually the difference?
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Back after a long summer break - find out how the Earth-Moon system formed in this new article!
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Why do all planets orbit the Sun in the same direction and plane? Discover how this is related to the formation of the Solar System.

The Sun and the Solar System are believed to have formed about 4.57 billion years ago, more than 9 billion years after the universe came into existence.
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There are 92 naturally occurring elements, but only 5 of them were formed during the big bang. So where did the rest come from?

http://www.biogeologist.com/space-time/stars-galaxies-cosmos/origin-elements/
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The first stars formed from swirling gas clouds in empty space. How did this work?

http://www.biogeologist.com/space-time/stars-galaxies-cosmos/formation-first-stars/
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The universe came into existence approximately 13.7 billion years ago during the big bang. Find out more about how everything began!

http://www.biogeologist.com/space-time/stars-galaxies-cosmos/birth-universe/
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View all of our featured locations in their geographical context with the Explorer’s World Map!
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