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Scientists have discovered hundreds of crescent-shaped pits on Mars where sand dunes the size of the U.S. Capitol stood billions of years ago. The curves of these ancient dune impressions record the direction of prevailing winds on the Red Planet, providing potential clues...

source: American Geophysical Union via

We usually look for signs of life on planets like ours — but maybe we are looking in the wrong place. According to a new study, there could be more than 121 places where we should look for signs of life. But we are not talking about new Earth-like planets. Researchers...

source: Particle via

The banded iron formation, located in western China, has been conclusively dated as Cambrian in age. Approximately 527 million years old, this formation is young by comparison to the majority of discoveries to date. The deposition...

source: University of Alberta via ScienceDaily

Coastal cliffs from Santa Barbara to San Diego might crumble at more than twice the historical rate by the year 2100 as sea levels rise. U.S. Geological Survey scientists combined several computer models for the first time to forecast...

source: USGS

Sulfur isotope signatures of eucrites and diogenites Kinetic D/H fractionation during hydration and dehydration...

source: GS

The GS will present most of its annual awards during Goldschmidt2018...

source: GS


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