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The Original Article was published on 09 February 2016

The Original Article was published on 19 January 2016

The Editorial ‘Blue future’ (Nature 529, 255–256; 2016) should have said that 2.4–4.6% of the world’s carbon emissions are captured and sequestered by living organisms in the oceans. And the power of ASTRO-H probe is 3,500 watts not 2,500 as stated in the News story ‘High stakes for Japan’s space probe’ (Nature 530, 140–141; 2016).

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The online version of the original article can be found at 10.1038/530140a

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Corrections. Nature 530, 267 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/530267a

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