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The Pillars of Creation Still Stand in JWST Image
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Dealing with Potentially Hazardous Asteroids
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Mars’s Potential Past Microbial Life Forced Underground
A team of researchers modeled how an emerging ecosystem of microbes on Mars could have impacted the climate, forcing the microbes deep underground.
Curiosity Finally Arrives at Sulfate-Bearing Rock Unit
The Curiosity rover has finally arrived at a sulfate-bearing rock unit first seen by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter over ten years ago.
Crew Dragon Freedom Returns After 170 Days at ISS
The four astronauts of the Crew 4 mission arrived on Earth from the ISS on October 14 aboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Freedom.