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Providence Journal, Scientists Discover 7 'Earthlike' Planets Orbiting a Nearby Star
Washington Post, Scientists Discover 7 'Earthlike' Planets Orbiting a Nearby Star
Inquisitr, Some Scientists Fear First Contact With Aliens Could be Last Contact: Here's Why
Physics World, Building Blocks of Life Found on Ceres
Seeker, NASA's Kepler Mission Could Detect Exomoons Formed by Giant Impacts
SpaceRef, Moons Formed By Impacts Outside Our Solar System Could Be Detected By Kepler
World News, Planetary Science Institute
The Atlantic, The Views of Jupiter You Won't Find in a Textbook
Idaho Statesman, Boise State Professor Helps Discover Two New Planets
Newswise, Kepler, Don't Give Up on the Hunt for Exomoons
(e) Science News, Kepler, Don't Give Up on the Hunt for Exomoons
The Buckmaster Show, Mark Sykes Discusses Space Exploration Under the New Administration
Seeker, Mars 2020 Could Return to Where NASA's Spirit Rover Roamed
Pasadena Weekly, Saving Science
Sky & Telescope, Juno Swoops Past Jupiter's South Pole
Universe Today, Juno Buzzes Jupiter a Mere 4,300 Kilometers Above the Cloud Tops
Space.com, Sending Mars Rovers on a 'Walkabout' Could Boost Their Scientific Output
Missouri Injury Blog, Asteroid Will Fly Between Earth and the Moon Tonight
Daily Mail, Bus-Sized Asteroid Will Fly Between Earth and the Moon Tonight Just Days After Its Discovery
Seeker, Sending Mars Rovers on a 'Walkabout' Could Boost Their Science Output
Scientific American, Pluto's Moon Charon Had Its Own, Icy Plate Tectonics
Space.com, Pluto's Moon Charon Had Its Own, Icy Plate Tectonics
The TeCake, Jupiter Probe's Camera Alignment to be Decided by Public Poll: NASA
Space.com, 'Climate Engineering' Could be Bad for Skywatching, Astronomy
Astronomy Magazine, What Dark Gunk on Enceladus' Surface Reveals About the Ocean Below
Daily Mail, The 'Rerun' Asteroid Set to Pass Between Earth and the Moon Tonight
Hindustan Times, Now, You Can Decide Which Part of Jupiter Should a NASA Spacecraft Capture on Camera
Gadgets NDTV, NASA Wants You to Pick Picture Sites for Jupiter Probe
Economic Times, Now, Choose Which Jupiter Sites NASA's Juno Probe Will Image!
Indian Express, NASA Wants You to Pick Picture Sites for Jupiter Probe
Daijiworld, NASA Wants You to Pick Picture Sites for Jupiter Probe
Daily Mail, Mystery Deepens Over World's Biggest Explosion 110 Years Ago in Russia as Experts 'Debunk Proof' That Blast the Size of 185 Hiroshima Bombs Felt in the UK and US was Caused by a Meteorite
I4U News, NASA is Inviting Public to Select Image Sites for Juno's Next Flyby of Jupiter
Phys.Org, Public to Choose Jupiter Picture Sites for NASA Juno
United Press International, Public Poll to Decide Where Jupiter Probe Points Its Camera

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