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During a Martian Society video conference, Jim Bridenstein, head of the US aerospace agency, assessed the chances of finding traces of life on the planet Mars. Reported by TASS As Bridenstein noted, no traces of the existence of life have yet been found on Mars, but the likelihood of this continues to grow. The more we search, the more we learn that all the elements that we consider necessary for life to exist were or were on Mars in the past, he said.
The head of NASA also expressed confidenc…

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For the first time, astronomers see clouds of sulfur dioxide from… – AlKhaleej Today

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For the first time, astronomers have seen clear evidence of poisonous plumes of volcanic gas emerging from the volcanoes of Io. New radio images of the Jupiter moon have finally provided some answers to longstanding questions about its atmosphere.
Io is the most volcanic place in the solar system. More than 400 active volcanoes stain its surface, a manifestation of the internal stress of the moon, which is pulled in different directions not only by Jupiter but also by the planets other three Galilean…

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For The First Time, Astronomers See Plumes of Sulfur Dioxide From The Volcanoes of Io – ScienceAlert

For the first time, astronomers have seen clear evidence of plumes of toxic volcanic gas erupting forth from the volcanoes of Io.

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For the first time, astronomers have seen clear evidence of plumes of toxic volcanic gas erupting forth from the volcanoes of Io.
New radio images of the Jovian moon have finally provided some answers to long-standing questions about its atmosphere.
Io is the most volcanic place in the Solar System. More than 400 active volcanoes speckle its surface, the manifestation of the moon’s internal stress as it is gravitationally tugged in different directions not just by Jupiter but by the planet’s other…

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How Did Some Animals Evolve Wings to Fly? – Gizmodo Australia

Perhaps the first thing you notice when you see a bird is its amazing ability to fly. Modern birds fly using their “arms”, which have feathers and very strong flight…

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Perhaps the first thing you notice when you see a bird is its amazing ability to fly. Modern birds fly using their arms, which have feathers and very strong flight muscles.
But the ancestors of todays birds couldnt fly. Birds evolved from a group of dinosaurs called theropods, which walked on the ground. They included giant meat-eaters such as Tyrannosaurs rex, as well as much smaller, fast-running dinosaurs.
The fossils of many of these small dinosaurs show that they had simple fluffy feathers,…

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