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The Marysville Advocate, California Couple to Come to Marysville for Their Big Day; NASA Scientists Look Forward to Trip to Homestead
St. George Daily Spectrum, Trekking From Utah: Watching the Eclipse in Idaho, Wyoming
The Buckmaster Show, Mark Sykes Discusses Upcoming Solar Eclipse
Edgy Labs, Saturn's Moon Titan Will be a Human Colony
Smithsonian, New Horizon's Next Target is an Oddly Shaped Asteroid
Arizona Public Media NPR, Amateurs Help Bring Life to Images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot
Science News For Students, Early Solar System May Have Slung Giant Mud Balls
Sky & Telescope, New Horizon's 2019 Target: A Binary Body?
Factor Daily, This NASA Mission to Pluto Seeks to Reach the Horizon of Our Solar System, and Beyond
Mice Times of Asia, Scientists Have Made a Grand Discovery About the Earth
The West Australian, Warm Balls of Mud: Curtin University Professor's New Theory on the Birth of Planets
Earth & Space Science News, Saturn Unveiled: Ten Notable Findings From Cassini-Huyyens
Gizmodo, Australian Scientists Reckon Planets Were Created From Mud
TeCake, Images of Jupiter Inspire and Thrill Public to Participate
Seeker, Future Space Colony? Maybe We Should Look Beyond Mars to Saturn's Titan Moon
New Atlas, Earth May Have Had Muddy Origins
Spaceflight Now, Jupiter Images Thrill, Inspire Public Participation
Arizona Daily Wildcat, Space Experts Comment on Closest-Yet Jupiter Photo Mission
Science Alert, New Research Suggests Earth Started Its Days as a Giant Ball of Mud
Phys.Org, Planets Like Earth May Have Had Muddy Origins
Heise Newsticker, Forscher: Die meisten Asteroiden begannen als kosmische Matschkugeln
Motherboard, Asteroids Started Out as Space Mud, a New Theory Suggests
New Scientist, Asteroids May Have Been Giant Mudballs in the Early Solar System
CBS News, Jupiter Images Thrill, Inspire Public to Participate
Daily Mail, Earth and the Other Planets in Our Solar System May Have Formed From Balls of Mud, Simulations Reveal
Science News, Giant Mud Balls Roamed the Early Solar System
Space.com, Asteroids Might Start as Giant Mud Balls
Inhabitat, Saturn's Biggest Moon Has Enough Energy to Power a US-Sized Space Colony
Phys.Org, Ancient Plankton-Like Microfossils Span Two Continents
Science Alert, Titan Has Enough Energy to Power a Colony the Size of the USA
Pasadena Star-News, Why Calm Methane Lakes Matter for NASA Missions to Saturn's Largest Moon
Spaceflight Insider, Juno Completes Historic Flyby Over Jupiter's Great Red Spot
SpaceRef, Survey Highlights Gender, Racial Harassment in Astronomy & Planetary Science
The Space Reporter, Juno Flies Over Jupiter's Great Red Spot
Nature, Female Astronomers of Colour Facae Daunting Discrimination

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