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Posts Tagged ‘asteroids’
New dating techniques have brought the impact and mass extinction events within a “gnat’s eyebrow.”
No longer just the stuff of science fiction…
Two researchers hypothesize that an asteroid belt, just the right size and distance from its star, might be necessary for a star system to support a life-bearing planet.
Coming at you from the desk of the Director of the Morrison Planetarium, hand-picked stories in space and astronomy news.
Two new studies attempt to solve the mystery of the moon’s magnetism.
Did Earth’s oceans arrive by comet?
NASA’s Dawn mission is revealing some familiar planet-like features on the large asteroid Vesta.
Non-dinosaur fossils reveal much about extinction event.