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The crust of Antarctica is similar to that of South India and Mozambique, which indicates that the three were joined together in the past.
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A team of researchers has discovered an entire ecosystems teeming with microbes in the bottom of the deep ocean.
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A chemical reaction between iron-containing minerals and water may produce enough hydrogen "food" to sustain microbial communities.
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Researchers have revealed that they have detected traces of water within the crystalline structure of mineral samples from the lunar highland upper crust obtained during the Apollo missions.
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Researchers have determined that the upper layers of the Mercury`s crust most closely resemble magnesian basalt terrestrial rocks.
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In the Apollo era it was realized that lunar swirls were associated with localized magnetic fields in the lunar crust.
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Geologists at the Universities of Bonn and Cologne have come up with a new theory on the formation of the oldest continents.
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The GOCE Exploitation for Moho Modelling and Applications project - or GEMMA - has generated the first global high-resolution map of the boundary between Earth’s crust and mantle based on data from ESA’s GOCE satellite.
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Chinese scientists claimed to have developed a system to monitor the movement of the Earth`s crust and predict earthquakes.
Last Updated: Friday, February 10, 2012, 21:21
In the coming 50 to 200 million years, Australia may merge with India while all the continents may collide each other to form one massive supercontinent, scientists have claimed.
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Scientists are looking to microbes to discover the secrets of the igneous ocean crust, the ecosystem that still remains largely unexplored and unknown to science.
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Scientists have studied diamonds in bid to know about the Earth`s distant past, as impurities are unaltered in these materials.
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