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Pictures of the Universe
: Views of the most interesting objects in our universe by NASA.
Diamonds In Space
Diamonds In Space:
Diamonds with Spitzer Space Telescope.
Spitzer Telescope discovered a rain of olivine crystals on protostar HOPS-68.
All life was based on C, P, N, O, S and H. This bacteria includes As.
Mountains on the lunar far side
may have formed by a collision with a companion moon.
If it is not grown, it is mined.
Volcanoes on Mars
Highest point on Mars, and largest volcano.
Spitzer detects an ancient impact .
Saturn's Largest Ring
Saturn's Largest Ring:
Spitzer finds a huge diffuse ring.
First Rocky Exoplanet
First Rocky Exoplanet:
NASA has discovered the first rocky planet outside our solar system.
Oil is found first in the mind.
Newest Astronomy Items
Life on Europa?
Life on Europa
could exist in a salty ocean deep below its frozen surface.
Where Did the Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Come From?
WISE telescope investigates.
Solar Flare Activity
such as solar flare activity can disrupt energy and communication systems.
Jupiter's Moon Io
beneath Io erupts 100x as much magma as all Earth volcanoes combined.
planetary system consists of a dwarf yellow star and six planets orbiting closely.
Titan's Sand Dunes
Sand Dunes on Titan:
Saturn's moon has sand dunes composed of solid hydrocarbon.
The present is the key to the past.
Moon's Internal Structure:
The Moon has a structure similar to earth and an iron-rich core.
Rocks Made of Ice
Where Rocks are Made of Ice:
Rocks on Saturn's moon Titan are likely made of water ice.
Fissures on Enceladus
Active Fissures on Enceladus:
Saturn's moon has "hot" fissures that spray water.
Geology underlies it all.
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