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Here is the final view of NASA's Kepler Space Telescope: Planet Hunting

The Kepler Space Telescope found thousands of planets around other stars, documenting its telltale flicker before it ran out of fuel last fall – and a newly released image shows the spacecraft's final field of view for the last time. Telescopes will often release a picture of the first light – or, in the case of space telescopes, send one …

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Astronomers are astounded by a mysterious "empty garbage bag" object that makes a strange orbit around the earth … up to a distance of 370 miles from our planet

ASTRONOMERS are stunned by a mysterious piece of space debris that orbits the earth in an unusual way. The debris removed up to 370 miles from the surface of the earth is considered an "empty garbage bag object". piece of large, light debris is thought to be from a rocket launch – but experts can not figure out which [19659005] …

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Like the & # 39; Great Death & # 39; killed the planet: The largest extinction of the earth first extinguished the plants

Scientists have shed new light on how the largest mass extinction in Earth's history, around 250 million years ago, wiped out 90 percent of all life on Earth. The Permian extinction, called "The Great Dying", killed plants up to 400,000 years ago from plant and marine species. It was caused when the continental crust of the planet on the supercontinent …

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Missing link in planet evolution found

Artist's impression of the newly discovered object. Credit: Ko Arimatsu      For the first time ever, astronomers have detected a 1.3 km radius body at the edge of the solar system. Mileage-sized bodies have more than 70 years. These objects acted as an important step in the planet formation process between small initial amalgamations of dust and ice and the …

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Mars MYSTERY: NASA investigates a weird impact crater on the red planet science | news

Mars, with its distinctive rust-red appearance, has long fascinated humanity. And interest in the Red Planet is only increasing as technological advances make a manned mission to Mars all the more likely. Therefore, astronomers are increasingly interested in Earth's nearest neighbor – and NASA researchers have just discovered the amazing consequences of a catastrophic meteor impact. The enormous meteor impact …

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Planet collision that created the moon made life on Earth possible

In a new research published this week, scientists have found strong evidence that the essential elements of life were deposited on Earth after colliding with the protoplanets that produced the Moon In the Cosmic Flipper Hall, In the early solar system, the protoplanets of the inner solar system absorbed the effects of planetoids and asteroids for a few billion years …

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"Everything is Melting Everywhere" – Arctic Warming Exponentially Faster Than Rest of Planet

Posted on Jan 25, 2019 "The Arctic is currently warming two to three times faster than the rest of the globe, so naturally, glaciers and ice caps are "Going to react faster," said Simon Pendleton, a doctoral researcher at the University of Colorado's Boulder's Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR). "Unlike biology, which has spent three billion years developing …

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Life on Earth could come from a collision with the ancient planet more than 4 billion years ago

Rice University petrologists have discovered that Earth has most likely received most of its carbon, nitrogen, and other vital volatiles from the planetary collision that the Moon caused more than 4.4 billion years ago originated. (Credit: Rice University) Life, as we know it, consists of six chemical elements – carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and sulfur. Without them, life, as …

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Planet Delivery Explains Enigmatic Properties of Earth's Carbon and Nitrogen – ScienceDaily

Most vital elements of the Earth – including most of the carbon and nitrogen in them – were probably from another planet. The Earth most likely received most of its carbon, nitrogen, and other vital volatiles from the planetary collision that created the Moon more than 4.4 billion years ago, according to a recent study by Rice University's Petrologists in …

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