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When the James Webb Space Telescope is deployed, it will study and characterize the atmospheres of gas giants, with the eventual goal of focusing on potentially-habitable exoplanets.
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Have you been checking out Mars this season? Mars reaches opposition on July 27th at 5:00 Universal Time (UT) shining at magnitude -2.8 and appearing 24.3” across—nearly as large as it can appear, and the largest since the historic opposition of 2003. We won't have an opposition this favorable again until September 15th, 2035.
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Using data from the Juno spacecraft, a team of scientists found a heat source on Io that could be a previously-undiscovered volcano.
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A new study used data from both Hubble and Gaia in order to obtain the most precise measurements of cosmic expansion to date.
A new study by a team from NASA JPL has shown how Europa's interior ocean rises to the surface slowly over time, creating "fossil material" on the surface.
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According to a recent study by an international team of researchers, Jupiter's moons of Io and Ganymede leave "footprints" in the planets powerful aurorae.
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In recognition of their efforts to communicate the importance of the Cassini mission, NASA's JPL recently received an Emmy nomination for their Cassini Grande Finale campaign.
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A new research study conducted by an international team of researchers indicates that life can survive in a variety of cold and briny environments.
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The Kepler mission has been put into hibernation prior to downloading data from its 18th campaign and commencing its last.
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