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20 February 2018

First satellite images of the Puerto Venus debris flows

Parts of the track Puerto Venus debris flows in Colombia last week have been captured on satellite imagery by Planet Labs

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16 January 2018

Satellite images of the Montecito debris flows in California

Last week significant debris flows struck the Montecito area of California, causing at least 20 fatalities. Planet Labs have now captured medium and high resolution images of the area affected.

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22 March 2017

Comet 67P: a large landslide on another world

In a paper just published in Nature Astronomy, Pajola et al (2017) describe a 22,000 cubic metre rockfall on Comet 67P, observed by the ESA Rosetta Mission

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16 July 2015

Pluto has mountains, so does it have landslides too?

The astonishing NASA New Horizon images of the surface of Pluto show that it has young mountains 3500 m tall. Does this mean that it has landslides too?

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