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Is Titan Hiding an Ocean?

by Jason Major April 19, 2011

Want to stay on top of all the space news? Follow @universetoday on Twitter   Saturn’s moon Titan just keeps throwing surprises at us. A multi-layered atmosphere thicker than our own? Check. A hydrologic cycle that relies on methane as the operating liquid? Check. Rivers, streams and lakes filled with this same liquid? Check, check […]

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Law of Inertia

by Matt Williams March 26, 2011

In the world of physics, there are few people who have been more influential than Sir Isaac Newton. In addition to his contributions to astronomy, mathematics, and empirical philosophy, he is also the man who pioneered classical physics with his laws of motion. Of these, the first, otherwise known as the Law of Inertia, is […]

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