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Kepler-186f ~ The first known Earth-size planet to lie within the habitable zone of a star beyond the Sun. Discovered using data from the prolific planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft, the distant world orbits its parent star, a cool, dim, M dwarf star about half the size and mass of the Sun, some 500 light-years away from us, in the constellation Cygnus. While the size and orbit of Kepler-186f are known, its mass and composition are not, and can't be determined by Kepler's transit technique…

Kepler-186f ~ The first known Earth-size planet to lie within the habitable zone of a star beyond the Sun. Discovered using data from the prolific planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft, the distant world orbits its parent star, a cool, dim, M dwarf star about half the size and mass of the Sun, some 500 light-years away from us, in the constellation Cygnus. While the size and orbit of Kepler-186f are known, its mass and composition are not, and can't be determined by Kepler's transit technique…

A primitive ocean on #Mars held more water than #Earth’s #ArcticOcean, and covered a greater portion of the planet’s surface than the #AtlanticOcean does on Earth, according to new results published today. www.eso.org/public/

A primitive ocean on #Mars held more water than #Earth’s #ArcticOcean, and covered a greater portion of the planet’s surface than the #AtlanticOcean does on Earth, according to new results published today. www.eso.org/public/

New data suggests that the Earth's inner core formed between 1 and billion years ago. New data indicates that our planet’s innermost core is much younger than we originally thought. The inner core, the Earth’s deepest layer, is a ball...

Research published in Physical Review Letters has brought forward an important new understanding of general relativity laws, and has found some peculiar physics happening inside black holes. Namely, that that the direction of time could be flipped within them.

Research published in Physical Review Letters has brought forward an important new understanding of general relativity laws, and has found some peculiar physics happening inside black holes. Namely, that that the direction of time could be flipped within them.

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