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Surprise 4,000 mile ‘ice corridor’ found on Saturn’s moon Titan
The great Age of Exploration may be over on Earth, but it’s just getting going on Titan, Saturn’s largest moon.
On average, Earth is closer to Mercury than to Venus
We've all learned this one in school, right? "My very excellent mother just served us nine pizzas." The planets get further apart the further you go out from the sun, therefore Venus is closer to Earth than Mars, or indeed any other planet.
Spacecraft starts Mercury journey to explore Solar System’s origin
Is Mercury's core liquid or solid, and why — on the smallest planet in our solar system — is it so big? What can the planet closest to the Sun tell us about how our solar system came into being?
BepiColombo spacecraft launches on mission to Mercury
A mission to Mercury, one of our solar system’s least studied planets, is about to embark on its seven-year journey on Saturday.
Mercury can cause brain damage in kids
The US administration is reportedly taking steps to significantly weaken the 2011 Mercury and Air Toxic Standards (MATS) rule.
Mercury not as rare as previously thought
A hot, metallic, Earth-sized planet with a density similar to Mercury – situated 339 million light years away — has been detected and characterized by a global team of astronomers.
Mercury making its way into global drinking water thanks to global warming
According to a recently released report from the journal Geophysical Research Letters, there are about 15 million gallons trapped underneath permafrost in the Northern Hemisphere, mostly under the Alaskan, Canadian, and Russian regions of the Arctic Circle.
Arctic is full of toxic mercury, and climate change is going to release it
We already knew that thawing Arctic permafrost would release powerful greenhouse gases. Scientists revealed it could also release massive amounts of mercury — a potent neurotoxin and serious threat to human health.
Most volcanic activity on Mercury stopped about 3.5 billion years ago
New research from North Carolina State University finds that major volcanic activity on the planet Mercury most likely ended about 3.5 billion years ago.
Mercury completes journey across Sun
Skywatchers across the globe have enjoyed an opportunity to see Mercury transit the Sun.

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