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Cassini Magnetometer Finds an Atmosphere on Saturn's Moon Enceladus
Cassini Magnetometer Finds an Atmosphere on Saturn's Moon Enceladus
The Cassini spacecraft's two close flybys of Saturn's icy moon Enceladus have revealed that the moon has a significant atmosphere.Read More...
Habitability in High Radiation Environments: The Case for Gaia at Europa
Habitability in High Radiation Environments: The Case for Gaia at Europa
Icy satellites with significant heat, irradiation and subsurface water sources may provide common abodes for life.Read More...
To Sea or Not to Sea:  Titan's Paradigm Malfunction
To Sea or Not to Sea: Titan's Paradigm Malfunction
A single paradigm that had been developed to study the Saturnian system and its largest moon, Titan, has been shaken to its core.Read More...
Spectral Mapping of Phoebe Reveals Water and Carbon Dioxide-Rich Composition on Surface
Spectral Mapping of Phoebe Reveals Water and Carbon Dioxide-Rich Composition on Surface
The existence of carbon dioxide strongly suggests that Phoebe did not originate in the asteroid belt.Read More...
Migration of Phyllosilicates Through the Solar Nebula Could Explain Water-rich Planetary Formation
Migration of Phyllosilicates Through the Solar Nebula Could Explain Water-rich Planetary Formation
Shock waves through icy parts of the solar nebula may be the mechanism that enriched ancient meteorites (called chondrites) with water.Read More...
Scientists Have Detected Sunlight's Gentle Nudge on Asteroids
Scientists Have Detected Sunlight's Gentle Nudge on Asteroids
The team's precise ranging revealed that Golevka was 15 kilometers further away than had been predicted by considering gravitational forces alone.Read More...
Evidence of Cold-based Glaciers in the Dry Valleys of Antartica Could Help Scientists
Evidence of Cold-based Glaciers in the Dry Valleys of Antartica Could Help Scientists
Evidence of cold-based glaciers in the dry valleys of antartica could help scientists study the terrain of the Martian landscape.Read More...
 
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