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It is theorized that the radioactive decay of Aluminum-26 could provide enough heat to dehydrate terrestrial planetesimals as they form, leading to rockier exoplanets. But is this effect significant enough to alter how common we believe rocky exoplanets are in the Galaxy? Find out by reading today’s bite!
NASA is a massive and multifaceted organization. As a graduate student, you can participate in the reviews that ultimately lead to the next big space mission.
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Simulations of planet formation around binary stars compare coplanar vs perpendicular orbits.
Could Venus have ever boasted the expansive oceans we find on Earth today? Find out by reading today’s bite about planetary scientists that modeled Venus’s atmosphere!