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The outer solar system hosts a number of small bodies in mixed up orbits – and they may have been scattered there by a passing star
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Carbon-rich planets laced with diamond may orbit distant stars, and now we’ve many miniature versions of them by crushing and heating chemical powders
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A new haul of moons brings Jupiter’s total to 79. Nine of the newly discovered satellites are orbiting the wrong way, and could obliterate one of their companions
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The UK government is funding the development of spaceports in Scotland and Cornwall, but plans for US firms to launch small satellites could run afoul of US export laws
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Wield a scalpel under expert direction, discover in a new book how beavers will transform our planet, and join a debate to choose what other worlds to settle
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Wield a scalpel under expert direction, discover in a new book how beavers will transform our planet, and join a debate to choose what other worlds to settle
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For the first time, we have traced a high-energy neutrino back to its origin - a black hole 4 billion light years away - and solved an old cosmic mystery
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Huge tornadoes erupting with magnetic energy on the sun may result in plasma shooting towards Earth, which can interfere with communications and electrical grids
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The Viking Mars landers famously failed to find any evidence of life, but now it seems a rogue chemical reaction masked the signature of organic molecules
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Astronomers have discovered that a major prang between galaxies 10 billion years ago supplied extra gases that helped our sun grow
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