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A Flip-Flopping Climate Could Explain Mars’s Watery Past

Posted on Sep 14, 2016 in Featured, Life Beyond Earth & Astrobiology, Our Solar System, Planetary Atmospheres & Interiors | 0 comments

A new hypothesis might reconcile two opposing theories that have tried to explain Mars’s mysterious history for more than 40 years....

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A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall on the Dark Side of the Moon

Posted on May 22, 2014 in Our Solar System, Planet-forming & Debris Disks, Research | 0 comments

“Arpita Roy, Steinn Sigurdsson, and I just finished a long project in lunar geology theory.  It’s been a trip!” – Prof....

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Asteroid Named for Two Penn State Students

Posted on Feb 14, 2014 in Orbital Dynamics, Our Solar System, Research | 0 comments

An asteroid that orbits the Sun every 4.83 years has been named for two students at Penn State’s University Park Campus.  Read more...

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