Mars Rapid Formation Explains Its Small Size Relative to Earth
Mars developed in as little as two to four million years after the birth of the solar system, far more quickly than Earth, according to a new study published in the .
Water on an extrasolar planet
11 July 2007 Scientists report the first conclusive discovery of the presence of water vapour in the atmosphere of a planet beyond our Solar System. The discovery was made by analysing the transit of the gas .
W.M. KECK observatory
“Great telescopes like the Kecks allow us to explore the River of Time back toward its source. The Kecks will allow us, like no other telescope in history, to view the evolving Universe that gave us birth.”
—Astronomer Sandra .