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Quantifying interference of krypton produced from neutron irradiation of inclusion-hosted and lattice-coordinated...

source: GS

The elemental composition of the Sun's hot atmosphere known as the "corona" is strongly linked to the 11-year solar magnetic activity cycle, a team of scientists has revealed for the first time.

source: University College London via ScienceDaily

Mercury has no thick, gaseous atmosphere to protect it from the Sun. Instead, it has an exosphere: a thin covering of escaped atoms that is continuously formed as several processes (for example, solar irradiation, the influx of solar wind plasma, and temperature variations)...

source: EOS

Astronomers report that a lunar rock collected by NASA's Apollo 15 mission exhibits signs that it formed 1 to 2.5 billion years ago in the presence of a relatively weak magnetic field of about 5 microtesla. That's around 10 times weaker than Earth's current magnetic field...

source: Massachusetts Institute of Technology via ScienceDaily

A team led by geoscientists from Arizona State University and Michigan State University has used computer modeling to explain how pockets of mushy rock accumulate at the boundary between Earth's core and mantle. These pockets,...

source: Arizona State University via

Applying big data analysis to mineralogy offers a way to predict minerals missing from those known to science, as well as where to find new deposits, according to a groundbreaking study. In a paper published by American Mineralogist, scientists report the first application...

source: Deep Carbon Observatory


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