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This shapeshifting robot could explore other planets - CNN
Robots are the intrepid explorers of our solar system, boldly venturing where humans can't to capture images and scientific data about other planets and moons. Because we're still learning about these other bodies, robotic explorers may need to be more adapta…

Scientists find the earliest signs of life from 3.5 billion years ago - CNET
Organic matter has been found in fossils in Australia.

T. rex had a skull so hard even T. rex couldn't break it, say scientists - CNET
Its chomp game was so strong it should've shattered its own skull, but T. rex is too hard core for even itself.

Colonizing Mars Is No Longer A Dream | -
The idea of colonizing other planets is no longer a dream, and scientists are already drafting plans on how to feed and power a space village

This Summer's Asteroid Near-Miss Helped Greenlight NASA's NEOCam Mission to Search the Skies for Killer Spacerocks - Universe Today
After asteroid 2019 OK was undetected when it came close to Earth last summer, NASA is moving ahead with a new asteroid hunting spacecraft.

Hidden World of Undersea Volcanoes and Lava Flows Discovered Off Italian Coast -
Earth's crust is literally tearing apart to form this volcanic seascape.

Enigmatic origin of diamond-bearing rocks revealed -
Exploring the source of kimberlites in Earth’s mantle.

Humankind did not live with a high-carbon dioxide atmosphere until 1965 -
Humans have never before lived with the high carbon dioxide atmospheric conditions that have become the norm on Earth in the last 60 years, according to a new study that includes a Texas A&M University researcher.

Moon landing: NASA chief confident 'we will go this time' to return 'time and time again' -
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine is confident the US space agency “will go this time to the Moon” and stay, setting the stage for multiple return missions to the Moon and Mars.

Better than earth? Are there superhabitable worlds in the Milky Way? - Phys.Org
I've said many times in the past that the Earth is the best planet in the universe. No matter where we go, we'll never find a planet that's a better home to Earth life than Earth. Of course, that's because we, and all other Earth life evolved in this environm…

A smarter habitat for deep space exploration -
In order to explore the moon or Mars, astronauts need smart habitats that will support life and remain operational when they are vacant. To advance the design of autonomous systems for space habitats, NASA is funding a multi-university Space Technology Resear…

Nobody Knows What Made the Gargantuan Crater on the Dark Side of the Moon -
Scientists just debunked the most popular explanation for one of the solar system's largest craters.

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