Editors' Highlights in Astronomy & Planetary Science

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The Nature Communications editors are featuring a small number of articles recently published in the journal that they believe are particularly interesting or important. 

Topics covered in this Editors' Highlights page range from astronomy, astrophysics and planetary science to space/satellite technologies and other developments providing viable solutions to tackle real-world problems and applications.

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