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Dense hotspots on a young star reveal what Earth’s sun might have looked like in infancy
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Dense hotspots on a young star reveal what Earth’s sun might have looked like in infancy

Astronomers may have obtained the best image of matter colliding with the surface of a young star, a discovery that…
How will planting 8 billion trees every year for 20 years affect the Earth’s climate?
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How will planting 8 billion trees every year for 20 years affect the Earth’s climate?

This article originally appeared on Talk. The publication posted the article on Space.com. Expert Voices: Commentary and Insights… Karen D.…
Most of Earth’s carbon can be trapped in our planet’s outer core
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Most of Earth’s carbon can be trapped in our planet’s outer core

Liquid outer core Earth may be the largest carbon reservoir on the planet. The percentage seems small, somewhere between 0.3%…
Slowing Earth’s rotation caused oxygen to be released
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Slowing Earth’s rotation caused oxygen to be released

Here’s a new twist on how Earth became an oxygen-rich planet: as our planet’s rotation slowed, microbes bathed in longer…
Scientists believe Earth’s clouds are likely to increase global warming
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Scientists believe Earth’s clouds are likely to increase global warming

Although we can see that the Earth is getting warmer as a result of exposure changing of the climate continue…
U.S. Air Force celebrates the end of the world’s largest unmanned satellite to study Earth’s radiation belts
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U.S. Air Force celebrates the end of the world’s largest unmanned satellite to study Earth’s radiation belts

The United States Air Force Research Laboratory’s Earth Science Mission Van Allen radiation belts and their impact on the spacecraft…
The Earth’s cryosphere loses enough ice annually to cover Lake Superior
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The Earth’s cryosphere loses enough ice annually to cover Lake Superior

land loses ice at a high rate, every year melting of frozen areas the size of Lake Superior. Of course,…
Chunks of oceanic crust wedge into the Earth’s mantle
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Chunks of oceanic crust wedge into the Earth’s mantle

In Geology 101, the interior of the Earth is divided into neat layers, like a sugar-coated jaw. But it turns…
The Earth’s core becomes “one-sided”, and scientists do not know why
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The Earth’s core becomes “one-sided”, and scientists do not know why

In the center land… Scientists can only see this when they study seismic waves (tremors caused by earthquakes) passing through…
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