Last survivors on Earth
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Innovative faculty research receives support
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Surfing on a super-Earth
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Delving into dark matter
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How Earth was watered
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Mars rover, slightly used, runs fine
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What rocks can teach
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Water worlds surface
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Astronomically close
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Search for Earth’s twin shows promise
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Intelligent Earth
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Planet probe
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Magnetism on the moon
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Alien worlds, just like home
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Earthly extremes hint to life elsewhere
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Deep thinker
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The speedup of climate change
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Telescope Detects Possible Earth-Size Planet
Time travel in chalk
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Constant temps key to biodiversity
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Ecosystems under siege
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‘Settle down,’ warns E.O. Wilson
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Earth’s ‘Boring Billion’ Years Blamed on Sulfur-Loving Microbes
Kepler starts search for other Earths
Jerry Mitrovica named geophysics professor
‘What’s so funny ’bout peace, love, and sustainability?’
Earth Day draws thousands
Lighting the fuse for the Cambrian Explosion
Cyclones spurt water into the stratosphere, feeding global warming
Earth Week emphasizes notion of human stewardship
Riding — and reading — the Earth tide
Researchers study glaciers on Earth’s coldest desert
Climate options must include ‘all of the above’
Humanity may hold key for next Earth evolution
NYU chemist Robert Shapiro decries RNA-first possibility
Arctic ice is thinning steadily
And quiet flows the Don at Pusey
Harvard Forest: 3,500 acres, global impact
Mars’ water appears to have been too salty to support life
Animal interaction behind ‘Cambrian Explosion’?
An ocean of bad tidings
Interdisciplinary conference takes micro, macro look at origins of life
Lava provides window on early Earth
Harvard brings the Earth to high school
CfA reveals Magellanic Clouds are first-time visitors
Can science, religion coexist in peace?
Visualization Lab provides data in three dimensions
Deep-sea sediments could safely store man-made carbon dioxide