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Study reveals details about the 'strange asymmetry' of the far side of the moon
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Study reveals details about the 'strange asymmetry' of the far side of the moon

The study revealed regions on the Moon's near side that have concentrations of radioactive elements unlike anywhere else on its surface that could explain its early stages.

The Great Barrier Reef has overcome near-extinction situations five times, but faces the most severe stress in more acidic oceans today
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The Great Barrier Reef has overcome near-extinction situations five times, but faces the most severe stress in more acidic oceans today

Great Barrier Reef is reeling from successive bouts of coral bleaching due to warming sea temperatures linked to climate change.

Saturn's moon Titan has sticky electrically charged sand that lets you build sandcastles without water
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Saturn's moon Titan has sticky electrically charged sand that lets you build sandcastles without water

The particles that cover the surface of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, are "electrically charged", show results of an experiment

Mars may have had a ring once, and may get one again in the future
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Mars may have had a ring once, and may get one again in the future

A new model suggests that debris from an asteroid impact alternates between becoming a planetary ring and clumping together to form a moon.

Quake alert: Greater than 7.8 Nepal earthquake could hit Himalayas, says study
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Quake alert: Greater than 7.8 Nepal earthquake could hit Himalayas, says study

Due to the lack of post-earthquake movement, leading to build-up strain in the faults, the Himalayan region may experience an earthquake far more destructive than the 2015 7.8 Nepal quake that killed 8,000 persons and destroyed parts of the country, says a study.