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Giant mantle plume suggests Mars is more active than previously believed

The presence of an enormous mantle plume pushes the surface of Mars upward.

Blue light therapy helps improve sleep and reduce PTSD symptoms

Improved sleep is seen in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder using morning blue light treatment.

An asteroid impact crater found beneath the North Atlantic Ocean

More than one asteroid could have spelled doom for the dinosaurs.

Astronomers found an unprecedented number of possible globular clusters

A new treasure trove of globular clusters holds clues about galaxy evolution.

Astronomers identified the first sign of a magnetic field surrounding exoplanet

The finding marks the first time such a feature has been seen on an exoplanet.

A near-Earth asteroid might actually be a lost miniature moon

Due to its orbit, it can only be observed from Earth for a few weeks every April.

New 3D printed personalized wireless devices doesn’t need a charge

The new devices could mean massive improvements in the monitoring and treatment of diseases.

Methane gas on Saturn’s moon Enceladus could indicate the presence of life

An unknown methane-producing process is likely at work in the hidden ocean beneath.

Astronomers discovered the most distant quasar to date

The quasar hosts a supermassive black hole equivalent to the combined mass of 1.6 billion suns.

Einstein’s theory just got 500 times harder to beat

Einstein's description of gravity just got much harder to beat.

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