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This Planet Is so Hot the Molecules in Its Own Atmosphere Get Ripped Apart – Newsweek

Surface temperatures on KELT-9b can reach up to 7,800 degrees Fahrenheit, making it the hottest known exoplanet.

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Why planets have size limits | Space – EarthSky

Why isn’t there an endless variety of planet sizes in the universe? Why are most planets like those in our solar system: small and rocky, or big and gaseous?

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Grammys 2020: Top moments from the show – TheNewsTrace

Chock stuffed with each debut and veteran performances and tributes to a few of the cultural icons lately misplaced, the 62nd annual Grammy Awards provided few lulls. Listed here are a few of the most memorable moments from the show. Alicia Keys, Boys II Male…

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The Great E-Scooter Hack: New Research Exposes Security Risk for E-Scooters and Riders – SciTechDaily

Micromobility vehicles, such as e-scooters, zip in and out of traffic. In San Antonio alone, over 12,000 scooters are on the road. For this reason, micromobility is seen as an alleviating trend to help tackle traffic congestion. However, new research out of U…

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World’s oldest asteroid strike in Western Australia might have caused a global thaw – Firstpost

Earth had glacial ice before the time of the impact – but afterwards, ice disappeared for hundreds of millions of years.

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Seismic biomarkers in Japan Trench fault zone reveal history of large earthquakes – Phys.org

In the aftermath of the devastating Tohoku-Oki earthquake that struck off the coast of Japan in March 2011, seismologists were stunned by the unprecedented 50 meters of shallow displacement along the fault, which ruptured all the way to the surface of the sea…

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NASA Shows Effects Of Australia’s Wildfire On Global Scale Through Animation – The Digital Wise

The recent deadly bush fires in Australia were so destructive that they now could be seen from the space as well. The National Aeronautics And Space Administration (NASA) has released a completely new animation that shows the effect of these deadly bush fires…

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Vampire star undergoes a super-outburst – IT-Online

NASA’s Kepler spacecraft was designed to find exoplanets by looking for stars that dim as a planet crosses the star’s face. Fortuitously, the same design makes it ideal for spotting other astronomical transients – objects that brighten or dim over time. A new…

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