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Organic compounds in asteroids formed in cold areas of space

The findings open new possibilities for studying life beyond Earth.

Moon asteroid impacts mirrored on Earth, study

Major impact events on Earth were not stand-alone events.

Pacific Ocean will make way for the world’s next supercontinent on the planet

What would happen to Earth in the next 200 million years?

A 4-Billion-year-old ancient piece of Earth’s crust found underneath Western Australia

Lasers light the way to the discovery of ancient crust.

Evidence that giant meteorite impacts formed Earth’s continents

Giant impacts provide a mechanism for fracturing the crust.

Earth’s ancient water cycle was key to making continents

The study shed new light on how the continents were originally formed.

Unlocking ancient history of Earth from grains of sand

This new approach allows a greater understanding of the nature of ancient geology.

Study confirmed the frequency of asteroid collisions that formed Mars craters

Consistent asteroid showers rock previous thinking on Mars craters.

Scientists pinpointed the likely home of martian meteorites

The study would help provide the context to unravel the geological history of Mars.

New efficient electrocatalyst to make green hydrogen from water

Gamechanger for clean hydrogen production.

Supervolcanoes remain active for thousands of years after a super-eruption

The threat of further hazards exists for many thousands of years after.

How the Earth’s continents formed more than three billion years ago?

Plate tectonics research rewrites history of Earth's continents

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