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Jupiter's moon count jumps to a record-breaking 92
Jupiter now has a total of 92 moons, more than any other planet in the solar system.Getty Images/iStockphoto
Astronomers have discovered 12 new moons around Jupiter, putting the total count at a record-breaking 92.That's more than any other planet in our solar system.Saturn, the one-time leader, comes in a close second with 83 confirmed moons.
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Bobi is the world's oldest dog. Yours can live a long, happy life, too.
Bobi, a Rafeiro do Alentejo, was born on his family's farm in the village of Conqueiros, Portugal, on May 11, 1992.The Guinness Book of World Records says he's not only the oldest dog but the oldest to have ever lived.(Guinness World Records) Walk, eat, play, sleep.Repeat.That's how Bobi, recently deemed the world's oldest living dog by Guinness World Records, spent much of his 30 years on his family's farm in the village of Conqueiros, Portugal.
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Green comet, visible in the night sky for first time since Stone Age, makes its closest pass by Earth
Sign up for CNN's Wonder Theory science newsletter.Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more.A green-hued comet has made its closest approach to Earth, wowing night sky watchers in the Northern Hemisphere who caught a glimpse of the icy celestial object as it passed through our cosmic neighborhood.
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Jupiter's moon count jumps to 92, most in solar system
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. Astronomers have discovered 12 new moons around Jupiter, putting the total count at a record-breaking 92.That's more than any other planet in our solar system.Saturn, the one-time leader, comes in a close second with 83 confirmed moons.The Jupiter moons were added recently to a list kept by the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center, said Scott Sheppard of the Carnegie Institution, who was part of the team.
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The once-in-a-lifetime green comet threatens FOMO sufferers everywhere tonight
Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) was discovered by astronomers using the wide-field survey camera at the Zwicky Transient Facility in March 2022.Dan Bartlett/NASA Welcome to a new NPR series where we spotlight the people and things making headlines and the stories behind them.For one night only!Meet C/2022 E3 (her friends call her the green comet for short).
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Neanderthal groups looked and acted differently than once thought, research suggests
Research News Researchers re-analyzed elephant bones found in a German cave and say Neanderthals likely cut and butchered them, suggesting Neanderthal groups may have been larger and more sedentary than thought.Copyright 2023 NPR.All rights reserved.Visit our website terms of use and permissions pages at www.npr.org for further information.
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A recent deep sea expedition in the Indian Ocean revealed a plethora of new species
Animals Yi-Kai Tea recently returned from a 35-day expedition to explore the deep seas surrounding a new marine park in the Indian Ocean.They gathered thousands of specimens.Copyright 2023 NPR.All rights reserved.Visit our website terms of use and permissions pages at www.npr.org for further information.