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While Orion will certainly be equipped with a toilet, the new spacesuit is being designed to help astronauts survive in case of emergencies for up to six days.
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February 2016 was the hottest on record, at 1.3 degrees Celsius warmer than the February mean temperature, while the temperature in February 2017 was 0.20 degrees Celsius cooler than February 2016.
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The new findings on how life evolves in different atmospheres could lay the foundation for scientists to interpret early biosignatures and signs of life on Earth-size exoplanets.
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The Great Red Spot is a giant oval of crimson-colored clouds in Jupiter's southern hemisphere that race counterclockwise around the oval's perimeter with wind speeds greater than any storm on Earth.
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The study indicates that these events actually occurred a hundred million years earlier, changing perceptions of the evolution of the Earth's biosphere.
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The participants were investigating various fields relevant to a future Mars mission, including satellite communications, the psychological effects of isolation, radiation measurements and searching for life signs in the soil.
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After running a series of simulations using sophisticated software that can track the motion of objects in space, scientists determined the probability of it colliding with Earth and Venus over the next one million years to be 6 percent and 2.5 percent, respectively.
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The researchers found that local hunters in Gabon are selling increasing numbers of Pangolins to Asian workers stationed on the continent for major logging, oil exploration, and agro-industry projects.
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Earlier scheduled for February 17, SpaceX delayed the launch, saying more time was needed for final checks of the Falcon 9 rocket's upgraded payload fairing.
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After analyzing hundreds of signals of potential exoplanets, scientists determined which signals were created by exoplanets and which were caused by other sources.
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Similar to Jupiter's Great Red Spot (GRS), Neptune's storm swirls in an anti-cyclonic direction and is dredging up material from deep inside the ice giant planet’s atmosphere. 
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Most of these ecosystems disappeared between the 19th and 20th centuries due to destructive fishing practices, deterioration of water quality, invasive species, disease outbreak and environmental changes.
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Among a variety of auroras, pulsating auroral patches appearing at dawn are common but the physical mechanisms driving this auroral pulsation had so far not been verified through observation.
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