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Space.com, Dinosaur-Killing Space Rock Created Dramatic Temperature Drop
Today, Dinosaurs Might Not Be Extinct Had The Asteroid Struck Elsewhere
SpaceRef, Planetary Science Institute Receives Funding for Belton Comet Symposiums
Laboratory Experiment, Deconstructing Dinosaur Doomsday with Chicxulub Simulations
The Spectrum, Jubilee of Trees Returns Nov. 16-20
Planetary News, 2018 Pierazzo International Student Travel Award
Tech Times, Asteroid Impact That Killed the Dinosaurs Cooled Earth's Climate More Than Earlier Thought
SpaceRef, Former Shuttle Pilot and Commander Pamela Melroy Joins PSI Board of Trustees
Gizmodo, Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Basically Brought a Nuclear Winter, Says New Model
Phys.Org, Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Impact Cooled Earth's Climate More Than Previously Thought
Science Daily, Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Impact Cooled Earth's Climate More Than Previously Thought
The Buckmaster Show, Mark Sykes Discusses Interstellar Object Observations
TeCake, How to Have a Great Experience on International Observe Moon Night
The Independent, Craig Harline Gives Lecture on Martin Luther on 500th Anniversary of the Reformation
International Business Times, International Observe the Moon Night: Here's How You Can Celebrate Our Cosmic Neighbor
The Stopru, Help NASA to Sort the Photographs Taken From the International Space Station
Sky & Telescope, Get Moonstruck on International Observe the Moon Night
DeathRattleSports.com, Who Owns Space? A Guy Called Dennis
Deutsche Welle, Who Owns Space? A Guy Called Dennis
Eos, Geologic Map of Europa Highlights Targets for Future Exploration
Universe Today, Good News Everyone! There Are Fewer Deadly Undiscovered Asteroids Than We Thought
Phys.Org, Number of Undiscovered Near-Earth Asteroids Revised Downward
New Scientist, A Gaggle of 7 Moons Keep Saturn's Rings From Breaking Apart
Diena, Ievest Baltiju kosmosā
NPR, Confession of a Planetary Scientist: 'I Do Not Want to Live On Mars'
Cosmos, "Astounding": The Moon Once Had An Atmosphere
Phys.Org, Mars Study Yields Clues to Possible Cradle of Life
Daily Galaxy, NASA News: Mars Ancient Oceans Yeild Clues to Possible Cradle of Life -- "Undersea Hydrothermal Conditions May Have Existed 3.7 Billion Years Ago"
Business Insider, Public Invited to Astronomy Talks & "Star Party" at Brigham Young University
Eos, Ten New Frontiers in the Solar System and Beyond
EarthSky, Help Identify Earth Features in Astronaut Photos
SpaceRef, The Moon Once Had an Atmosphere
Cosmos, Water Found Near Martian Equator
Astrobiology Magazine, A Fresh Look at Older Data Yields a Surprise Near the Martian Equator
Astronomy Magazine, Citizen Scientists Invited to Help Label ISS Images

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