Comparative Planetology Archives – Astrobiology Magazine

Mars valleys traced back to precipitationA new study suggests that the branching structure of the former river networks on Mars has striking similarities with terrestrial arid… – astrobio.net/mars/mars-vall pic.twitter.com/HFPQ0JPPC1

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Chasing ‘OumuamuaThe interstellar object Oumuamua perplexed scientists in October 2017 as it whipped past Earth at an unusually high speed. – astrobio.net/also-in-news/c pic.twitter.com/FajMZ9ZF3o

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More Clues That Earth-Like Exoplanets Are Indeed Earth-LikeResearch into spin dynamics suggests they have regular seasons and stable climates. – astrobio.net/comparativepla pic.twitter.com/dC96sJiaNr

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Planet formation starts before star reaches maturityA European team of astronomers has discovered that dust particles around a star already coagulate before the star is fully grown. – astrobio.net/also-in-news/p pic.twitter.com/6PSxITQ0aO

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NASAs James Webb Space Telescope to Target Jupiters Great Red SpotNASAs James Webb Space Telescope, the most ambitious and complex space observatory ever built, will use its unparalleled infrared c… – astrobio.net/also-in-news/n pic.twitter.com/JGmHutAjtM

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