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"Pluto and the Other Dwarf Planets Could Have Astrobiological Potential"

"It's very exciting to think that the dwarf planets could have astrobiological potential," says New Horizons lead scientist Alan Stern of the Southwest Research Institute. In 2011, the highly sensitive Cosmic Origins Spectrograph aboard the Hubble Space Telescope discovered a...
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