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Spanish scientist participate in the most comprehensive study ever done on ice


, : Spanish scientist participate in the most comprehensive study ever done on ice.

This study analyses all ice types and the structures and chemical and physical processes where ice is involved, from climate change and the origin of life to its presence in the atmosphere and comets.

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