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NASA Finds Alien Molecule on Titan Never Before Observed in an Atmosphere 
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NASA Finds Alien Molecule on Titan Never Before Observed in an Atmosphere 

Of all the places in the solar system where life is likely, Mars is number one on the list. However,…
Alien Life? 10 Things You Should Know About Phosphine in Venus’ Atmosphere
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Alien Life? 10 Things You Should Know About Phosphine in Venus’ Atmosphere

Earth is the only place in the entire universe where life exists. That is according to our best knowledge of…
Phosphine in the Atmosphere: Scientists Have Found Possible Signs of Alien Life on Venus
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Phosphine in the Atmosphere: Scientists Have Found Possible Signs of Alien Life on Venus

Scientists have recently revealed a fascinating discovery on Venus. They have found a specific gas on Venus–Phosphine–that could hint at…
Alien Life Can Survive in Venus’ Atmosphere Floating Within an Aerial Biosphere
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Alien Life Can Survive in Venus’ Atmosphere Floating Within an Aerial Biosphere

Of all the places in the solar system, life only exists on Earth. Or so we’ve been told. However, even…
Disconcerting Gas Signatures Discovered in Martian Atmosphere Baffle Experts
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Disconcerting Gas Signatures Discovered in Martian Atmosphere Baffle Experts

The TGO (Trace Gas Orbiter) orbiter of ESA’s ExoMars mission has detected never-before-seen signatures of ozone (O3) and carbon dioxide…
Scientists Find Earth’s Atmosphere Rings Like a Bell
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Scientists Find Earth’s Atmosphere Rings Like a Bell

A group of researchers has discovered that Earth’s atmosphere rings similar to a giant bell. According to researchers, the energy…
We Just Spotted a Weird Green Glow in Mars’ Atmosphere
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We Just Spotted a Weird Green Glow in Mars’ Atmosphere

Scientists have observed a weird green glow in Mars’ atmosphere, and it is the first time that we actually observe…
Long-Held Idea About Venus’ Atmosphere Upended Thanks to “Lucky” Data
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Long-Held Idea About Venus’ Atmosphere Upended Thanks to “Lucky” Data

Data fortuitously collected by NASA’s MESSENGER mission reveals a surge in nitrogen concentrations 45 kilometers above the surface of Venus,…
There’s Something Producing a Massive Amount of Heat In Saturn’s Atmosphere
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There’s Something Producing a Massive Amount of Heat In Saturn’s Atmosphere

The upper layers of the atmospheres of the gas giant planets (Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune) are hot, just like…
Mankind Has Never Left Earth’s Atmosphere, But It’s Not What You Think
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Mankind Has Never Left Earth’s Atmosphere, But It’s Not What You Think

It’s not that we didn’t land on the moon, and it is not like we didn’t go to space. However,…
Earth’s Atmosphere Is So Freakishly Large, It Encompasses the Moon
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Earth’s Atmosphere Is So Freakishly Large, It Encompasses the Moon

A group of scientists has recently discovered that Earth’s atmosphere is much more massive than initially thought. In fact, it…
NASA’s Spacecraft Sent to “Touch the Sun” Snaps First Image from “Inside” Sun’s Atmosphere
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NASA’s Spacecraft Sent to “Touch the Sun” Snaps First Image from “Inside” Sun’s Atmosphere

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is on a mission like no other spacecraft has ever attempted before. Its currently speeding towards the sun…
Scientists Detect Radio Emission From Venus—10 Things You Need To Know
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Scientists Detect Radio Emission From Venus—10 Things You Need To Know

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe, whose primary mission is to study the sun, detected something curious during its flyby near Venus…
Ingenuity to Continue Exploring Mars After 5th Flight–10 Things You Need to Know
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Ingenuity to Continue Exploring Mars After 5th Flight–10 Things You Need to Know

NASA has decided to extend the operation of its Mars helicopter, Ingenuity, until the end of August 2021. It is…
Missing Piece in Mars’ Climate Puzzle Reveals Red Planet Was Covered in Rivers and Lakes
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Missing Piece in Mars’ Climate Puzzle Reveals Red Planet Was Covered in Rivers and Lakes

Mars is a dry and cold world. However, billions of years ago, there were rivers and lakes, although the planet…
NASA’s Mars Helicopter Flies Longer, Faster and Higher in Third Flight
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NASA’s Mars Helicopter Flies Longer, Faster and Higher in Third Flight

NASA’s Mars Helicopter made a new record-long flight – Ingenuity was able to fly a total of one hundred meters…
Nearby Star Produces Solar Flare of Record-Breaking Proportions
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Nearby Star Produces Solar Flare of Record-Breaking Proportions

While observing the red dwarf Proxima Centauri with nine ground and space instruments in 2019, astronomers recorded a flash, which…
Study Finds Alien Life Likely Exists Beneath Mars’ Surface
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Study Finds Alien Life Likely Exists Beneath Mars’ Surface

Analysis of the Martian meteorites that have landed on Earth indicates that the rocks contain all the necessary ingredients to…
NASA Helicopter on Mars Reaches Milestone in Second Historic Flight
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NASA Helicopter on Mars Reaches Milestone in Second Historic Flight

The first extraterrestrial helicopter “Ingenuity” made its second flight in the atmosphere of Mars. This time, the drone rose to…
NASA Rover Successfully Extracts Oxygen on Mars
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NASA Rover Successfully Extracts Oxygen on Mars

The MOXIE instrument, installed on the Perseverance rover, was able to obtain oxygen from the atmosphere of Mars for the…
Remnants Of Ancient Alien Technologies Could Be Scattered Across The Moon
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Remnants Of Ancient Alien Technologies Could Be Scattered Across The Moon

The search for alien life has been the hottest topic in the world of astronomy over the past few years,…
NASA’s Helicopter Takes Flight in Historic Mission on Mars
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NASA’s Helicopter Takes Flight in Historic Mission on Mars

The first extraterrestrial helicopter, Ingenuity, successfully completed the first-ever flight in the atmosphere of Mars. The helicopter was able to…
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