Short science: Venus has a ‘moon’, ‘Snowball’ Earth and more

Cosmos Magazine


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What does the new name of Venus’ ‘moon’ have to do with a kid’s space poster? Read more.

Australian scientists think they know why Earth became a giant snowball for 57 million years. Read more.

Ancient scrolls burned in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius have been decoded by three students. Read more.

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