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Mars soil is about 2 percent water by weight, suggesting that future astronauts may be able to get all the water they need from the dirt beneath their boots.
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Just read the article on explosion of supernova releasing iron-60 molecules?  How will this affect human evolution on earth as they continue to fall and hit earth?
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Voyager 1 popped free into interstellar space in August 2012.
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Aliens on the moon
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Steven Benner is a prominent and well-respected biochemist, and he thinks we may all be Martians...
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IF LIFE COULD FORM ON MARS THEN WHY NOT THE EARTH, WHICH IS LARGER AND HAS MANY MORE OPPORTUNITIES TO GENERATE THE GENESIS CONDITIONS. IF IT CAN HAPPEN ELSEWHERE, THEN WHY NOT IN THE EARLY EARTH ?
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The news comes as no big shock, but still — bummer.
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Bullshit alert: "likely produces more energy than it consumes". Hype and Hubris have it seems no limit. There's a strong smell of Segway in this room.
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The 1-ton rover's work should help us put boots on the Red Planet in the next few decades, Charlie Bolden said today.
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Volcanoes likely transported most of Earth's internal heat until plate tectonics took over 3.1 billion years ago, a new study says.
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I watched the video u posted on online on Google .com homepage keep it up your video is awesome
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A "ring of fire" eclipse as seen from the Red Planet.
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huh    yeah   ok
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These are the first images of Phobos and Deimos eclipsing each other ever captured from the Martian surface, NASA officials say. 
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All the speculation about what the Hyperloop is can come to an end. The new question: Will anybody build it?
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Kepler likely won't recover fully from the malfunction that stalled is planet hunt in May.
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i like that fact about nasa
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Grotzinger talks about the science highlights of Curiosity's first year, and what the future may hold for the rover.
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Senior Writer for SPACE.com
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    Senior Writer, 2010 - present
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Former herpetologist, current science writer
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I'm a reporter for SPACE.com, where I get to write about alien planets, black holes and lots of other cool stuff.
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  • University of California, Santa Cruz
  • University of Sydney
  • University of Arizona
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