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YZ Ceti B

By: Aiman Ullah, Journalist
The planet was discovered in 2017 by the radial velocity method, [...] YZ Ceti b has a mass similar to that of Earth, and its orbit is located within the habitable zone of its star, which means it receives just the right amount of heat to potentially support liquid water on its surface.
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Pluto Is Still Cool

By: Reece von Elling, Journalist
Pluto also has an atmosphere. It has moons. It goes around the sun, and there are still people who are trying to fight for Pluto's planethood today.
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The Key To Discovering Alien Life Could Be Sound Waves

By: Dillon Hoyne, Journalist
What's more, Leighton also proposed a method whereby soundwaves could be used to discover alien life near Earth.
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Saturn and its rings

Saturn Will Lose Its Rings

By: Shaan Sharma, Journalist
One of the most remarkable planets in our solar system Saturn will lose its rings. Saturn suffers from an issue astronomers know as "ring rain", this is where Saturn's water like substances are pulled into the planet's atmosphere thus shrinking the rings.
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Scientist Use Microwaves to Extract Water From The Lunar Soil

By: Oscar Alvarado Mendoza, Journalist
Some Scientist have evidence that water can be found in grains of the surface of lunar dust.
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Astronaut on lunar rover

Space Rovers: Beyond Earth

By: Angel Lobos Lima, Journalist
The moon rover's mission is to discover the moon's origin and evolution, which will be known as the LUNAR-A mission. These actions of making space rovers will give us more data and more exciting things to learn about our solar system, and with this data, we will be able to explore and discover even more.
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The Moon And Its Long History

By: Fares Musa, Journalist
If the moon were to be vaporized out of existence right now, the earth would be affected as a whole because the moon tugs out tides towards it and the water itself is basically trying to tug against it, thus, high tide and low tide was created to show this. The moon has craters on it's surface because after the rocks gathered to create the moon, the moon was hit by other space rocks at high speeds which is why some craters are larger than others.
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The Most Powerful Telescope Ever

The Most Powerful Telescope Ever

By: Dahlia Kassim, Journalist
The James Webb Space Telescope is an infrared telescope, and NASA’s most powerful telescope. Its job is to find galaxies formed in the very early universe and to see stars already forming in other solar systems.
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The Creation of the Black Hole in Interstellar

The Creation of the Black Hole in “Interstellar”

By: Jason Reznikov, Journalist
The black hole in Interstellar is one of the most visually spectacular scenes in any movie ever made.
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NASA Funds Futuristic Space Pharmacy

By: Dillon Hoyne, Journalist
NASA's interest in defending the earth against dangers, discovering more about earth, and keeping astronauts safe is represented in Phase II.
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Black Holes And Their Size

By: Ebenezer Gudissa, Journalist
Black Holes are created from a massive star collapsing on itself. There are two different types of black holes, stellar and supermassive black holes.
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Kepler-442b

By: Hamza Naeem , Journalist
Kepler-442b is a super Earth exoplanet that orbits a K-type star. Its mass is 2.36 Earth's, it takes 112.3 days to complete one orbit of its star.
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