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Ice production on the hottest planet in our solar system

Water is crucial to life on Earth. It is also present on other planets and solar system bodies. Indeed, ground-based radar observations and space probe data indicated the presence of frozen water ice even on Mercury, the hottest planet in our solar system! Water, in... click to read more

  • Brant M. Jones | Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  • Menelaos Sarantos | Professor at Heliophysics Science Division, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, USA
  • Thomas M. Orlando | Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
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published on May 28, 2021
When did land appear over water (and why does it matter)?

When Yuri Gagarin first saw the earth from the space in 1961 it looked as a blue-yellow planet with white clouds, a fragile view that was reinforced by the American astronauts who saw the Earth from the moon. The blue aquaplanet, completely covered with water... click to read more

  • Ilya Bindeman | Professor at University of Oregon, USA and University of Geneva, Switzerland
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published on Feb 12, 2019