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Posted: 01 Aug 2009 12:20 PM PDT
Comets have contained vast amounts of liquid water in their interiors during the first million years of their formation, a new study claims. The watery environment of early comets, together with the vast quantity of organics already discovered in comets, would have provided ideal conditions for primitive bacteria to grow and multiply.......
Posted: 01 Aug 2009 11:40 AM PDT
A recent likely comet collision on Jupiter caused a minor sensation, but new research shows that similar impacts on Earth are most likely not responsible for any of the planet's mass extinctions, nor have they been responsible for more than one minor extinction event.
Posted: 01 Aug 2009 10:30 AM PDT
The U.S. government on Friday began distributing millions of dollars to help cash-strapped states respond to the H1N1 pandemic amid a deep economic recession that has decimated local health...
Posted: 01 Aug 2009 09:14 AM PDT
Posted: 01 Aug 2009 09:13 AM PDT
Posted: 01 Aug 2009 07:20 AM PDT
This sprawling dark marking is Jupiter's latest impact scar, a debris plume created as a small asteroid or comet disintegrated after plunging into the gas giant's atmosphere.
Posted: 01 Aug 2009 07:10 AM PDT
Posted: 01 Aug 2009 06:20 AM PDT
A new star, likely the brightest supernova in recorded human history, lit up planet Earth's sky in the year 1006 AD. The expanding debris cloud from the stellar explosion, found in the southerly constellation of Lupus, still puts on a cosmic light show across the electromagnetic spectrum. In fact, this composite view includes X-ray data in blue
Posted: 01 Aug 2009 06:06 AM PDT
Posted: 01 Aug 2009 06:05 AM PDT
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