Mars' raindrops may once have been bigger than Earth's

Billions of years ago, rain on Mars was heavy enough to shape the planet’s surface, carving channels into the red dirt and washing away parts of impact craters, new research suggests.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/19/mars-raindrops-may-once-have-been-bigger-than-earths.html

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'Dopey' and 'Bashful'? Twitterverse suggests names for newly-found exoplanets

People are taking to Twitter to suggest 7 names for the 7 newly-discovered Earth-size planets announced by NASA this week.

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If The iPad Pro Is Jupiter, Here’s Apple’s Full Solar System Of Devices

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The iPad Pro is the king of Apple’s tablets. And planets.

The long-rumored iPad Pro was revealed last week at Apple’s fall 2015 event. The 12.9-inch iOS device whose smart keyboard and stylus are a bit reminiscent of the Microsoft’s Surface, and mark an important shift in Apple’s tablet efforts. With a new moniker and increased footprint, the iPad Pro targets the professional creator and isn’t a device strictly for consuming.

Apple fittingly choose an image of the king of all planets, Jupiter, to introduce its largest iPad yet. Which raises the question: if the iPad Pro is the gas giant, what planets are the other iOS devices?

The original article can be found here: http://www.popsci.com/if-ipad-pro-is-jupiter-what-are-other-planets-ios-solar-system

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