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Electrons in Earth’s plasma may be forming water on the Moon

High energy electrons in earth's magnetosphere: A tool for Moonwater formation.

An immense bubble of galaxies discovered

It is so huge that it spills to the edges of the sector of the sky that we were analyzing.

Astronomers discovered a death-defying planet

The star would have inflated up to 1.5 times the planet’s orbital distance.

Study reveals secrets to Southern Ocean’s critical role in slowing climate change revealed

Insights on one of the most important factors in the Southern Oceanic carbon cycle.

1st observational evidence linking black holes to dark energy

The first evidence of “cosmological coupling.

Tonga eruption sparked massive phytoplankton bloom

After staying relatively inactive since 2014, the Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai volcano erupted on Jan. 2022. The eruption sent atmospheric shock waves, sonic booms, and...

World’s ocean is steadily losing its year-to-year memory

Earth suffers ‘ocean amnesia’ symptoms of global warming.

Astronomers imaged the dramatic end to a red supergiant’s life in real-time

Two Hawai’i telescopes capture a massive star moments before going supernova.

Analysis of Apollo sample revealed new information

The study illuminates Moon’s evolution, cooling.

Universe expansion directly impacts black hole growth

Both large and small black hole masses can result from a single pathway.

Floods of unimaginable magnitude once hit Mars’ Gale crater

Field geology at Mars’ equator points to ancient megaflood.

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