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This week on our 10 Things blog: Science movie night -- 10 amazing videos from NASA. [ Link ]

1. Pure beauty. Our star sprouting coronal loops courtesy of the @NASASun team. [ Link ]

2. The last place you’d expect to find enough ice to bury a city? The closest planet to the sun. [ Link ]

3. The Mars fleet. Only Earth has more satellites studying it. [...
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SDO | Solar Dynamics Observatory
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Solar eruptions come in many shapes and sizes, and new research shows one mechanism could explain how they all form. Via our friends at NASA Sun Science: [ Link ]
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Mark Prince Kobe
Cruise alongside NASA's Cassini Mission to Saturn and dive inside the planet’s rings in this #360video. The first dive of Cassini's Grand Finale takes place on April 26, 2017, with additional dives about once a week.

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Have questions about Cassini's #GrandFinale? Leave them in the comments below and we’ll answer them as the week progresses. [ Link ]
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The low angle of the sun over Ithaca Chasma (at right), a massive canyon on Saturn's moon Tethys, highlights the contours of this enormous rift. Ithaca Chasma is up to 60 miles (100 kilometers) wide, and runs nearly three-fourths of the way around icy Tethys (660 miles or 1,062 kilometers across). The canyon has a maximum depth of nearly 2.4 miles (4 kilometers) deep. More:
NASA Solar System Exploration 04/24/2017
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Marco Vinicio
The Earth is a planet, too! Adopt your piece of it: [ Link ] #AdoptThePlanet #EarthDay
The Earth is a planet too Adopt your piece of it: AdoptThePlanet EarthDay
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Anuradha Singh
Our one--and only--homeworld, as seen by robotic spacecraft in deep space. #EarthDay
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Will you be somewhere with clear, relatively dark skies this weekend? Early Saturday or Sunday morning will be great times to catch the Lyrids meteor shower. Learn more, and find out where to look: [ Link ]
Will you be somewhere with clear relatively dark skies this weekend Early
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A new observation from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captures the landing platform that the Opportunity rover left behind in Eagle Crater more than 13 years and 27 miles (or 44 kilometers) ago. Opportunity remains active on the surface of Mars today. See more: [ Link ]
A new observation from NASAs Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captures the landing platform
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See that bright dot between Saturn’s rings? That’s us. All of us, in Cassini’s last of view of Earth (and the moon!), from nearly a billion miles away. [ Link ]
NASA Solar System Exploration 04/21/2017
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This enhanced color Jupiter image, taken by the JunoCam imager on NASA's Juno spacecraft, showcases several interesting features on the apparent edge (limb) of the planet. Prior to Juno's fifth flyby over Jupiter's mysterious cloud tops, members of the public voted on which targets JunoCam should image. This picture captures not only a fascinating variety of textures in Jupiter's atmosphere,...
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This enhanced color Jupiter image taken by the JunoCam imager on NASAs
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Reaching out into space yields benefits on Earth (see [ Link ]. Many of these have practical applications (see [ Link ] -- but there's something more than that. Call it inspiration, perhaps, what photographer Ansel Adams referred to as nature's "endless prospect of magic and wonder." NASA's ongoing exploration of the solar system has yielded more than a few magical...
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This image from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shows a crater which is the location with the most impressive known gully activity in the northern hemisphere of Mars. Gullies are active in the winter due to carbon dioxide frost, but northern winters are shorter and warmer than southern winters, so there is less frost and less gully activity. Learn more: [ Link ]
This image from NASAs Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shows a crater which is
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NASA's Cassini Mission to Saturn has a lot of science ahead in its last five months, but … this is it. It’s the last day to vote for NASA in the Webby Awards. Please help send Cassini out in style!

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NASA's senior Mars rover, Opportunity, is departing "Cape Tribulation," a crater-rim segment it has explored since late 2014, southbound for its next destination, "Perseverance Valley." The rover team plans observations in the valley to determine what type of fluid activity carved it billions of years ago: water, wind, or flowing debris lubricated by water. This image is a portion of a color...
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NASAs senior Mars rover Opportunity is departing Cape Tribulation a craterrim segment
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Jay Mutti
As the NASA Dawn Mission continues exploring Ceres, evidence mounts that the enigmatic dwarf planet retains a significant amount of water ice. A new study adds to this picture, showing how ice may have shaped the variety of landslides seen on Ceres today. This image shows three different types of landslides, as observed by Dawn's sharp-eyed cameras. Learn more at:
As the NASA Dawn Mission continues exploring Ceres evidence mounts that the
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