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  1. New Take on Earth’s Place in the Solar System

    NASA’s Juno satellite bound for Jupiter has captured rare footage of the Earth and moon dancing, as our planet spins around its axis and the moon rotates around it. But Juno isn’t the only projectile from Earth bound for Jupiter: U.S. scientists announced that the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs may have shot bacterial life forms from our planet to Jupiter’s moons and Mars. Could tiny aliens from Earth be evolving in the oceans of Europa? Researchers say more investigation is required.

    Sources: BBC, Discovery News

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