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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Cosmic Dust

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Climate change, cosmic waves, University of Copenhagen, Earth's climate, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, cosmic rays, aerosols, cloud properties, atmospheric changes, ions, space particles, cloud condensation nuclei, solar activity

Cosmic rays from supernovae affect Earth’s climate: Study

New findings have shown that in the past 100 years, cosmic rays and other interstellar winds have led to temperature changes of two degrees, and contribute to climate change.

NASA, cosmic particle, balloon, space, supernovas, SuperTIGER, robots, neutron star, space probes, NASA launch, NASA unmanned mission, Super Trans-Iron Galactic Element Recorder, Goddard Space Flight Center

NASA to launch SuperTIGER scientific balloon to study rare cosmic particles

NASA are set to launch the SuperTIGER scientific balloon to study rare cosmic ray particles entering Earth’s atmosphere.

Cosmic dust, University of Edinburgh, biological particles, space dust, bacteria, solar system, planet atmosphere, Earth's gravity, atmospheric system, Earth's surface, planetary system

Life on Earth could have arrived from biological particles in cosmic dust: Study

Life on Earth may have originated from biological particles brought to our planet in streams of space dust, according to scientists.