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This week in space: gravity waves, NASA’s Mars shot, and a new ‘super Jupiter’

This week in space: Obama wants a Mars shot, you can help NASA search for gravity waves via the magic of distributed computing, and a Jupiter-class planet with rings so huge, they'd nearly reach the Sun from Earth.
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