Two recently published papers zoom in on the mystery source of methane in the Martian atmosphere.
Una estrategia que combina la cartografía geológica con datos sobre cómo la superficie del planeta emite y absorbe la radiación de microondas podría potencialmente identificar flujos de lava recientes.
Studying geological features on Pluto’s surface can illuminate the ancient history of how the dwarf planet formed.
A new analysis strategy sheds new light on the electrical conductivity of the lunar mantle between 300 and 900 km depth.
A new seismic survey of the Chicxulub impact crater reveals the structure of its peak ring and the sediments that cover it.
A strategy that combines geologic mapping with data on how the planet’s surface emits and absorbs microwave radiation could potentially identify recent lava flows.
Thermal properties of Martian soil as measured by the InSight lander.
Trapped ions discovered at midlatitudes can have energies exceeding 100 megaelectron volts per nucleon. Their detection adds to our understanding of the powerful radiation environment around Jupiter.
Researchers favor nitrogen ice as the most likely material for the mysterious interstellar object’s composition.