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{FD} What makes Jupiter’s Great Spot red? It’s still a mystery

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Jupiter’s Great Red Spot has swirled for hundreds of years, but the source of its distinctive color remains a mystery. Continue reading

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{FD} Monster-black-hole jets may finally explain 3 superfast cosmic particles

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Supermassive black holes may provide the key to understanding some of the most energetic particles in the universe. Continue reading

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{FD} Dwarf planet Ceres’ bright spots suggest an ancient ocean

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NEW ORLEANS — The dwarf planet Ceres’ famous bright spots suggest that the gray, crater-laden world is surprisingly active, a new study reports. Continue reading

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{FD} Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is more than 50 times deeper than Earth’s ocean

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NASA’s Juno spacecraft is getting to the roots of Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot. Continue reading

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{FD} Early Earth took a heavy beating after the Moon was formed

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Earth may have been bruised by the impact of more than one moon-size object early in its life. Continue reading

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{FD} Neptune’s moon, Triton, is a homewrecker

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Neptune’s original family of satellites may have been destroyed when its largest moon, Triton, entered the picture. Continue reading

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{FD} Dwarf planet Ceres may have had a global ocean in ancient past

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Nestled in the asteroid belt, the dwarf planet Ceres contains water-rich materials that suggest it once boasted a global ocean in its distant past. Continue reading

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{FD} Cassini’s Swan Song: How Saturn Probe Will Spend Its Final Day

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NASA’s Cassini spacecraft will work hard to the very end. Continue reading

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{FD} Proposed orbiter could probe the ocean beneath Saturn’s moon Titan

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When NASA’s Cassini mission arrived at Saturn, it pressed through the haze surrounding the ringed planet’s largest moon, Titan, to reveal a complex, liquid-covered world with the potential to support life. Continue reading

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{FD} What to do if your solar eclipse glasses won’t arrive in time

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If you won’t have eclipse glasses in time for the total solar eclipse that will cross the United States on Aug. 21, here are your options for getting them in a hurry or viewing the eclipse another way. Continue reading

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