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NASA Study Suggests Early Mars Once Had a Vast Ocean

With six-year observation of atmosphere and recording of water signatures of the Mars, scientists have found it strongly evident that early Mars not only had a much wetter world than they thought before, but also owned a huge northern ocean consisting of a fifth of its surface. The size of […]

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Graphene Might Lead to Improved Bullet-Proof Vests and Hydrogen Fuel Cells

When the amazing material—graphene was discovered ten years ago, scientists and engineers have expected its practical application ever since. With thickness of a single atom thick, such carbon sheets are regarded as the thinnest material in the world and at the same time they are the strongest as well. Therefore it […]

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This image shows the star-forming region Gum 15. Image credit: ESO.

Astronomers Take a Close Glimpse on Star-Forming Region Gum 15

By using the Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO 2.2-m telescope at the La Silla Observatory, Chile, a group of astronomers has captured a new image of a glowing cloud of cosmic gas and dust known as Gum 15. By using the Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO 2.2-m telescope […]

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