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Clarksville Online, Volunteers Examine NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Images to Find Areas Worth Further Study
The TeCake, Volunteer Scientists Suggest Over 20 Places to seek South Pole 'Spiders' on Mars
The Daily Mail (UK), Jupiter Becomes a Massive Smiley Face in One of the Last Images From NASA's Juno Spacecraft Before Its Computers Crashed
Arizona Public Media NPR, Jupiter Spacecraft Captures Image of Towering Polar Storms
Space Fellowship, Juno Spacecraft in Safe Mode for Latest Jupiter Flyby Scientists Intrigued by Data From First Flyby
SpaceRef, Thousands of Citizen Scientists Help Point NASA to New Mars Findings
Red Orbit, Juno Probe Enters Safe Mode Around Jupiter
Discover Magazine, Why Pluto 'Is The New Mars'
Spaceflight Insider, Juno Spacecraft Goes Into Safe Mode Prior To Flyby
Phys.Org, Citizen Scientists Seek South Pole 'Spiders' On Mars
Popular Mechanics, The Juno Jupiter Spacecraft Had Some Setbacks But It Produced Some Pretty Cool Photos of Jupiter
SpaceRef, Juno Enters Safe Mode And Then Regains Normal Operations
Cosmos, Origins of Comet 67P – And What Drives Its Bright Bursts
GeekWire, NASA's Juno Orbiter Reboots Itself – And Misses Out on a Jupiter Photo Op, Dusty Avalanches Probably Caused Comet Outbursts
Astronomy Magazine, Here's Why New Horizon's Post-Pluto Destination is Important
Science World Report, Comet Outbursts: Are They Caused By Avalanches?
National Geographic, NASA's Bold Plan To Hunt For Fossils On Mars
SpaceRef, Avalanches, Not Internal Pressure, Caused Comet Nuclei Outbursts
ResearchGate, Insights Into International Research Collaboration
Nature, Arecibo Observatory Hit With Discrimination Lawsuit
Opposing Views, Obama's Space Goal: A Human on Mars by the 2030s
Herald and News, Rosetta's Long Journey With Comet 67P Has Officially Ended
Los Angeles Times, It's Official: Rosetta's Long Journey With Comet 67P Has Ended
Innovation Trail, Rosetta Crashes Into Comet, Bringing Historic Mission to End
Gizmodo, Ask a Rosetta Scientist About Crashing a Spacecraft Into a Comet
Sci-Tech Today, Goodbye, Rosetta, And Thanks For All The Comet Science
The Buckmaster Show, Mark Sykes Discusses Osiris-Rex, MESSENGER and Rosetta Missions
Los Angeles Times, Goodbye, Rosetta, And Thanks For All The Comet Science
Arizona Public Media NPR, Scientists to Bid a Bittersweet Farewell to Rosetta, the Comet Chaser
Australian Network News, Suggested: Earthquakes on Mercury to Rock Planet? All About Mercuryquakes
Space Daily, Planet Mercury Found To Be Tectonically Active
SpaceRef, PSI's Darby Dyar Receives GSA's Planetary Geology G.K. Gilbert Award
SpaceRef, Planet Mercury Found To Be Tectonically Active
Gizmodo, Hubble Discovers New Evidence of Water Geysers on Europa

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