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Uranus’ magnetosphere gets flipped on and off like a light switch every day as it rotates along with the planet.
EAS Faculty, Post Doc, and Grad Students Research Smoke from Wildfires
Faculty Member Chris Reinhard on Detecting signs of Life on Planets
EAS Awards Ceremony
EAS Faculty Member Britney Schmidt: Ceres Landslides
Behind the Iron Curtain: How Methane-Making Microbes Kept the Early Earth Warm
Massive landslides, similar to those found on Earth, are occurring on the asteroid Ceres.
Particles that cover the surface of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, are “electrically charged.”
When Charon is positioned between the sun and Pluto, Georgia Tech research indicates that the moon can significantly reduce atmospheric loss.
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