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By Susie Murph on December 9, 2019 in

Bennu’s penchant for tossing rocks might be explained by temperature changes on the surface, and Enceladus uses “tiger stripes” to flex and vent as it changes temperature due to its orbit around Saturn. This is the Daily Space for today, Monday, December 9, 2019. I am your host, Dr Pamela Gay, and I am here […]

By StarStryder on September 19, 2019 in

New planetary science news keeps coming from the European Planetary Sciences Congress, and we bring you highlight about a predictable volcano on Jupiter’s moon Io, Saturn’s moon Enceladus firing snow cannons at, well, everything, and rolling boulders being documented on the comet 67P / Chuyumov-Gerasimenko. Links Volcano on Io Is huge volcano on Jupiter’s moon […]