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Today’s Deep Space Extra

17 Mar 2021, 14:19 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The water that once flowed on Mars may have been absorbed by the planet’s crust billions of years ago and not drifted into space as previously thought. NASA’s Juno mission helps researchers analyze Jupiter’s auroras.

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