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Science  15 Jun 2012:
Vol. 336, Issue 6087, pp. 1364-1366
DOI: 10.1126/science.336.6087.1364-c

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Neutrinos do not travel faster than light after all. The start of Venus's 5 to 6 June transit in front of the sun was captured by Japan's HINODE spacecraft. Scientists now know where geckos and cockroaches go when they disappear off the end of a ledge. And this week's numbers quantify the decrease in the Nobel Prize award and martian craters at least 1 km wide.