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Simulations predict the disappearance of the Pacific Ocean, causing continued movement around the North Pole

Earth’s next supercontinent, Amasia, will form around the North Pole in 300 million years

A new model predicts that the Pacific Ocean will disappear in 300 million years, bringing the continents together to form a new supercontinent called Amasia around the North Pole. The simulations were carried out by a team of researchers led by Curtin University in Australia, which highlighted the fact that the Pacific Ocean is the …

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Simulations predict the disappearance of the Pacific Ocean, causing continued movement around the North Pole

Earth’s next supercontinent, Amasia, will form around the North Pole in 300 million years

A new model predicts that the Pacific Ocean will disappear in 300 million years, bringing the continents together to form a new supercontinent called Amasia around the North Pole. The simulations were carried out by a team of researchers led by Curtin University in Australia, which highlighted the fact that the Pacific Ocean is the …

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Scientists have found new evidence that liquid water may exist on Mars -- a breakthrough in our long-term efforts to determine whether the red planet once hosted life

Scientists find new evidence of liquid water under Mars’ south pole ice sheet in major breakthrough

Scientists have found new evidence that liquid water may exist on Mars — a breakthrough in our long-running efforts to determine whether the red planet once hosted life. Research led by the University of Cambridge has provided the first independent evidence, using data beyond radar, of the existence of liquid water beneath Mars’ south pole …

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Scientists have found new evidence that liquid water may exist on Mars -- a breakthrough in our long-term efforts to determine whether the red planet once hosted life

Scientists find new evidence of liquid water under Mars’ south pole ice sheet in major breakthrough

Scientists have found new evidence that liquid water may exist on Mars — a breakthrough in our long-running efforts to determine whether the red planet once hosted life. Research led by the University of Cambridge has provided the first independent evidence, using data beyond radar, of the existence of liquid water beneath Mars’ south pole …

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Glittering 'lakes' under Mars' south pole could be completely different

Glittering ‘lakes’ under Mars’ south pole could be completely different

Scientists think a lake of liquid water hidden under Mars’ south pole ice sheet could turn into…just plain old rock. The bright radar signals that are interpreted as groundwater on the red planet may also be generated by geological layering, new analysis finds. This is not a foregone conclusion, but it does suggest that stronger …

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NASA and China are eyeing the same landing site near the moon's south pole - Space News

NASA and China are eyeing the same landing site near the moon’s south pole – Space News

HELSINKI — China and the United States have identified potential landing sites that overlap at the lunar south pole as both countries ramp up their lunar exploration ambitions. Partially intersecting lunar landing programs have highlighted renewed interest in specific lunar resources and raised questions about how competing nations implement and coordinate their respective lunar exploration …

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