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There's electricity on the Martian moon Phobos, and it's driving scientists nuts

NASA loves Mars because it’s the closest planet in our Solar System that can be explored with current technology, and might even have hosted life at some point in its distant past, but they’ve really only scratched the surface of the secrets Mars could hold. 331 more words

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I’ve been writing a lot lately, and a fair bit of that has been on some pretty serious topics. 1,397 more words

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You can now take a virtual walk on Mars in your browser, thanks to Google

If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to roam around the crannies and crevices of Mars, you can now do so directly in your computer. 314 more words

The Grace of Saturn #NASA

Saturn’s graceful lanes of orbiting ice — its iconic rings — wind their way around the planet to pass beyond the horizon in this view from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. 6 more words

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The Grace of Saturn

Saturn’s graceful lanes of orbiting ice — its iconic rings — wind their way around the planet to pass beyond the horizon in this view from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. 6 more words

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Image of the day: The Grace of Saturn

Saturn’s graceful lanes of orbiting ice — its iconic rings — wind their way around the planet to pass beyond the horizon in this view from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. by NASA

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