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Marsquakes and craters
In Brief

Marsquakes and craters

8 November 2022

Seismic activity on another planet was first detected in 2019, using NASA’s InSight lander, which had been recording data on Mars for roughly four months....

COVID and CO2
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COVID and CO2

7 September 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdowns caused everyday activities to grind to a halt. Across the globe, non-essential travel and businesses were...

Drones for headwaters
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Drones for headwaters

1 September 2022

River headwaters are vital for maintaining hydrological, biogeochemical and ecosystem integrity at regional scales. Comprising about 90% of stream length,...

Exploring planetary caves
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Exploring planetary caves

1 September 2022

In their Mars Exploration Roadmap, NASA laid out ambitious plans for sustained human missions to Mars by the 2030s. The Moon is seen as a potential springboard...

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