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Mars May Have A Chunk of Our Moon as A Fast Radio Burst Is Found : Trekzone’s Talkin’ Science

Scientists now estimate that half of all sun-like stars have Earth-like planets, now we hope they've had similar evolutionary paths and have complex life on them. Lunar's twin - astronomers now believe an asteroid hiding behind Mars and first found more than 20 years ago, is a long lost relative of our moon. And snagging a magnetar, a super dense neutron star, during a recent fast radio burst... how they did it may surprise you.

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Scientists now estimate that half of all sun-like stars have Earth-like planets, now we hope they’ve had similar evolutionary paths and have complex life on them. Lunar’s twin – astronomers now believe an asteroid hiding behind Mars and first found more than 20 years ago, is a long lost relative of our moon. And snagging a magnetar, a super dense neutron star, during a recent fast radio burst… how they did it may surprise you.


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