Methane in the Plumes of Saturn's Moon Enceladus: Possible Signs of Life?

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Methane in the Plumes of Saturn's Moon Enceladus: Possible Signs of Life?

An unknown methane-producing process is likely at work in the hidden ocean beneath the icy shell of Saturn's moon Enceladus, suggests a new study co-authored by UArizona scientist Régis Ferrière.

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UArizona Land Acknowledgement Illustrates Commitment to Indigenous Students, Communities

The statement was assembled in consultation with leaders of the Tohono O'odham Nation and the Pascua Yaqui Tribe and with Native American scholars at the university.

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Researchers Find Evidence of a Coronavirus Epidemic 20,000 Years Ago

An ancient coronavirus outbreak in East Asia could help researchers identify viruses that have caused epidemics in the past and may do so in the future.

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NASA Awards UArizona $3.46M to Monitor Earth's Radiation Budget

Monitoring Earth's radiation budget allows scientists to know if the Earth is trapping or losing heat, which is important for understanding climate change.

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