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Scientists, using robotic kayaks, suggest that glaciers are melting underwater much faster than predicted
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Scientists, using robotic kayaks, suggest that glaciers are melting underwater much faster than predicted

This rapid melting of the glaciers has an effect on the rest of the world and is contributing to sea-level rise.

New machine learning techniques could successfully predict an earthquake
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New machine learning techniques could successfully predict an earthquake

The machine learning algorithm was able to identify a particular pattern in the sound, which occurs long before an earthquake.

Research shows that Mercury's surface may have more ice than previously thought
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Research shows that Mercury's surface may have more ice than previously thought

The findings suggest that some of Mercury's craters permanently shadowed from the Sun's blistering rays could have frozen water.

NASA study shows the Martian crust has lower density than previously thought, and is relatively porous
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NASA study shows the Martian crust has lower density than previously thought, and is relatively porous

Mars's crust has been considered at least as dense as Earth's oceanic crust, which is about 2,900 kgs per metre cubed.

NASA data reveals presence of metal atoms in Mars atmosphere
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NASA data reveals presence of metal atoms in Mars atmosphere

Mars has electrically charged metal atoms high in its atmosphere, according to new data from NASA's MAVEN spacecraft which can unveil previously invisible activity in the mysterious electrically charged ionosphere of the red planet.

Liquid ocean on Pluto a distinct possibility: Study
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Liquid ocean on Pluto a distinct possibility: Study

Using a thermal evolution model for Pluto updated with data from Nasa's New Horizons mission, researchers hope that the dwarf planet might have - or had at one time - a liquid ocean beneath its icy crust.