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Artistic impression of the exoplanet WASP-39b. Image credit: Melissa Weiss/Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian

New data from James Webb Space Telescope reveals an exoplanet atmosphere as never seen before

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A fragment of the Winchcombe Meteorite. Credit: Trustees of the Natural History Museum, NHM.

New analysis of Winchcombe meteorite reveals a window into the early solar system

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First observation of surface waves on Mars reveals details of planet’s crust. Kim et al., (2022) Science.

Two major meteorite impacts reveal new insights about the surface of Mars

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Image of Stephan's Quintet (a group of five galaxies) composed from JWST data using the Near-Infrared Camera and Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI).

James Webb Space Telescope reveals new surprises on galaxy organic molecules near black holes

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Illustration showing what exoplanet WASP-39 b could look like, based on current understanding of the planet.

First definitive detection of carbon dioxide in an exoplanet atmosphere

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Neptune on Triton's horizon

Scientists explain why Uranus and Neptune are different colours

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Space @ Oxford Week blasts off on Monday 22 November

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