Getting phytoplankton to double up on carbon cycling can combat climate change, scientists say. To remove more carbon from the atmosphere, some climate scientists have suggested raising the number of phytoplankton present in the ocean.
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Thanks to the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft, scientists observed that the asteroid Bennu was shooting pebbles, but they've now found the first physical evidence of this behavior in a meteorite fragment right here on Earth. Bennu is quite a fascinating topic in ...
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Scientist suggest seeding the planet's oceans with more phytoplankton, organisms that are already responsible for producing 50 percent of the oxygen.
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In 2019, when NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft approached the asteroid Bennu, scientists saw something stunning in the images beamed back to Earth. The surface of the space rock wasn't calm — instead, swarms of marble-sized rocks were popcorning off the ...
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However, what is less talked about, but perhaps becoming incredibly important, is how much carbon is in our oceans. There is 50 times more carbon in the ocean than in the atmosphere. Some climate researchers ...
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There's something fishy in the Pacific, and it doesn't have gills. Astronomers are ditching the skies for the seas in hopes of hooking a meteorite from beyond our solar system that plummeted to Earth in 2014!
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If you would guess that clouds firing lightning bolts up toward space instead of down to what we refer to as the ground isn't exactly cosmic business as usual, join scientists. They are baffled by the appearance of a gigantic upside-down lightning bolt ...
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