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Stuart Clark
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Mars was once awash with water. With the arrival of Nasa’s Maven mission at the red planet, we may finally be close to working out where it all went
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Some fun for the World Cup
Fifa president Sepp Blatter has joked that one day football could be played on other planets. Here’s my unofficial guide to interplanetary football
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My latest article is to report sad news:
Planetary scientist behind Britain's Mars landing spacecraft dies in hospital after suffering brain haemorrhage
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On Wednesday, the European Space Agency starts considering potential landing sites on Mars for its 2018 ExoMars mission. Dr Peter Grindrod at Birkbeck, University of London, is one of the experts tasked with this job. He kindly contributed this guest blog
On Wednesday, the European Space Agency starts considering potential landing sites on Mars for its 2018 ExoMars mission. Dr Peter Grindrod at Birkbeck, University of London, is one of the experts tasked with this job. He kindly contributed this guest blog
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How to spot comet Ison. My latest in the Guardian.
If Comet Ison breaks apart during its closest approach to the sun on Thursday, it could provide the best cometary show to date
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Asteroid 2013 TV135 has a 99.998% chance of missing Earth in 2032. Yet it's the 0.002% possibility that is capturing the headlines
Asteroid 2013 TV135 has a 99.998% chance of missing Earth in 2032. Yet it's the 0.002% possibility that is capturing the headlines
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And before that arrives there is Fukushima ;)
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The iron meteorite discovered by the Curiosity rover must once have been at the heart of a growing planet that was shattered aeons ago
The iron meteorite discovered by the Curiosity rover must once have been at the heart of a growing planet that was shattered aeons ago
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Nasa says it will not regulate private missions to land people on Mars but would offer advice if it felt lives were in danger
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My latest piece for The Observer.
Veggie 'plant pillows' could soon give astronauts on the International Space Station their first taste of space-grown lettuce
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Stuart Clark is the acclaimed author of "The Sun Kings" and one of the UK's most widely read astronomy journalists. Welcome to his universe.
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European GOCE satellite falling to Earth – stay calm

The European GOCE satellite is falling uncontrollably to Earth but no one need worry too much
The European GOCE satellite is falling uncontrollably to Earth but no one need worry too much
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Any day now, the thousandth exoplanet discovery will be logged, but Earth's twin is not among them. Where are the habitable planets and why can't astronomers find them?

http://www.theguardian.com/science/across-the-universe/2013/oct/17/exoplanet-twin-earth-habitable-planets?CMP=twt_fd
Any day now, the thousandth exoplanet discovery will be logged, but Earth's twin is not among them. Where are the habitable planets and why can't astronomers find them?
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Author and novelist, books include The Sky's Dark Labyrinth and The Sun Kings
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