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10 Things to Know About Planetary Analogs – NASA Solar System Exploration – NASA Planetary Science

Some places on Earth are so extreme that NASA uses them as stand-ins for other worlds. These locations are called planetary analogs….

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Some places on Earth are so extreme that NASA scientists use them as stand-ins to study harsh environments on other worlds. These locations are called planetary analogs because they are similar, or analogous, to Earth’s Moon, Mars, asteroids – and even…

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