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  1. Recycling the Planet --"Heat from Earth's Core Drives Plate Dynamics"

    01.18 / 17:48 The Daily Galaxy - News
    For decades, scientists have theorized that the movement of Earth's tectonic plates is driven largely by negative buoyancy created as they cool. New research, however, shows plate dynamics are driven significantly by the additional force of heat drawn from…
  2. "Ten Times More Powerful than Hubble!" --Chile's Giant Magellan Telescope Will Search for Earth 2.0 (Today's "Galaxy" S

    01.18 / 16:34 The Daily Galaxy - News
    “We’re seeking to make the most sensitive instrument in the history of mankind,” said Andrew Szentgyorgyi, associate director of the solar, stellar, and planetary sciences division at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. “We’re looking to find Earth 2.0.” On a... &…
  3. Window On Our Climate Future: Ice Sheet 22,000 Years Ago Three Times Greater Than Greenland's --"Lowered Global Sea Leve

    01.17 / 17:54 The Daily Galaxy - News
    One of the major questions facing us today is how the present ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica will react to climate change. Simply put, the more we understand of the mechanisms that drove ice sheets to collapse in…
  4. The Milky Way's Destiny? --"Dark Matter Clouds are Killing Galaxies Throughout the Cosmos" (VIDEO)

    01.17 / 17:17 The Daily Galaxy - News
    Through the cosmos, galaxies are dying off, and the question astronomers want answered is, "what's killing them?" New research by a global team of researchers, based at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR), has revealed that a…
  5. NASA's 2020 Mars Mission 'Fossil Finder' --"Doubles Down on Search for Life With Alien Biochemistry" (Today's "Galaxy" S

    01.16 / 23:30 The Daily Galaxy - News
    “On Earth, our ancient rock record has been through the washing machine and the ringer so many times that the fact that anything still retains any signature of its age is a miracle,” says Brown University’s Jack Mustard, one of...…