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Fast and Furious Floods From Overflowing Craters Shaped the Surface of Mars - SciTechDaily
On Earth, river erosion is usually a slow-going process. But on Mars, massive floods from overflowing crater lakes had an outsized role in shaping the Martian surface, carving deep chasms and moving vast amounts of sediment, according to a new study led by re…

NASA Ingenuity Helicopter Encounters Anomaly Ahead of Its Flight 14 on Mars - autoevolution
On September 18th, NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter was supposed to take to the Martian sky for the 14th time and perform a brief hover flight that would have demonstrated its capability of flying with a higher rotor speed. However, during its pre-flight checkout,…

NASA preps Lucy mission to study Jupiter’s Trojan asteroid swarms - NBC News
NASA's Lucy mission will be the agency's first study of a group of Trojan asteroids near Jupiter. The Lucy spacecraft is set to launch next month from Cape Canaveral.

NASA: 'At least 5 fireballs' reported over US - New York Post
The largest amount of eyewitness accounts totaled over 80 associated with an event that occurred at 7:40 p.m. ET over the North Carolina coast.

England's Isle of Wight was Isle of Fright, with two big dinosaur predators - Yahoo News
Fossils found on a rocky beach show there was double trouble on England's Isle of Wight about 127 million years ago, with a pair of large previously unknown ...

EGS, Jacobs completing first round of Artemis 1 pre-launch integrated tests prior to Orion stacking - -
NASA’s Exploration Ground Systems (EGS) program and prime launch support contractor Jacobs are working to…

This is What it Looks Like When a Black Hole Snacks on a Star - Good News Network
From the University of Arizona, see what it looks like when a black hole snacks on a star. It's incredible.

Dutch scientists may have solved mystery of why some twins are identical - The Guardian
Discovery of DNA modifications raises hope of treatment for disorders that particularly afflict twins

Investigating the potential for life around the galaxy's smallest stars -
When the world's most powerful telescope launches into space this year, scientists will learn whether Earth-sized planets in our 'solar neighborhood' have a key prerequisite for life—an atmosphere.

In Jupiter's Great Red Spot, a wind is rising - SYFY WIRE
Jupiter’s enormous Great Red Spot, a huge elliptical rotating storm that has persisted for centuries (at least!) has been undergoing some weird changes over the past few decades. Its color has changed, and it’s been shrinking, too. Now, new results from 11 ye…

Volcanic Eruptions Helped Dinosaurs Dominate Planet Earth - The New York Times
Massive eruptions transformed the climate in the Triassic era, creating the conditions in which dinosaurs diversified into many more species.

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