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1 Space station battery replacements to begin New Year's Eve
2 'Passengers' and the real-life science of deep space travel
3 NASA's Exo-Brake 'Parachute' to Enable Safe Return for Small Spacecraft
4 Launch of Russia's new progress spacecraft set for February 2
5 NASA Readies for Major Orion Milestones in 2017
6 Small Troughs Growing on Mars May Become 'Spiders'
7 All eyes on Trump over Mars
8 Mars One puts back planned colonisation of Red Planet
9 Swiss firm acquires Mars One private project
10 Dutch firm unveils concept space suit for Mars explorers
11 Six people to spend two weeks in Mars simulation habitat in Poland
12 Mars: How Will Humans Get There
13 Opportunity performs several drives to ancient gully
14 Opportunity team plot path forward to the 'Gully'
15 Opportunity team onsidering a new route due to boulder field
16 Airbus DS and Energia eye new medium-class satellite platform
17 Can India beat China at its game with common satellite for South Asia
18 SSL delivers powerful, high capacity broadband satellite for Hughes to Cape Canaveral
19 OneWeb announces key funding form SoftBank Group and other investors
20 Space as a Driver for Socio-Economic Sustainable Development
21 UAE launches national space policy
22 India's Space Program Makes Steady Gains
23 SoftBank delivers first $1 billion of Trump pledge, to space firm
24 The blob can learn and teach
25 Searching a sea of 'noise' to find exoplanets--using only data as a guide
26 Are planets like those in 'Star Wars
27 Winds of rubies and sapphires strike the sky of giant planet
28 ALMA measures size of seeds of planets
29 Timing the shadow of a potentially habitable extrasolar planet
30 Scientists from the IAC discover a nearby 'superearth'
31 Earth-bound instrument analyzes light from planets circling distant stars
32 Scientists unveil latest exoplanet-hunter CHARIS
33 Protoplanetary Discs Being Shaped by Newborn Planets
34 Giant Rings Around Exoplanet Turn in the Wrong Direction
35 Proxima Centauri might be more sunlike than we thought
36 Stars with Three Planet-Forming Discs of Gas
37 The death of a planet nursery?
38 Protoplanetary Disk Around a Young Star Exhibits Spiral Structure
39 Microlensing Study Suggests Most Common Outer Planets Likely Neptune-mass
40 Exciting new creatures discovered on ocean floor
41 Scientists examine bacterium found 1,000 feet underground
42 Meta musings on the origins of life
43 Could There Be Life in Pluto's Ocean?
44 Fijian ants began farming 3 million years ago
45 What happens to a pathogenic fungus grown in space?
46 New species of extremely leggy millipede discovered in a cave in California
47 Building Blocks of Life's Building Blocks Come from Starlight
48 Science at cusp of 'transformational' grasp of life via cell modeling
49 New research undermines 'RNA world' of early evolution
50 Newly discovered 'Casper' octopod at risk from deep-sea mining
51 Rising sea level estimates require collaborative response
52 Insectivorous long-fingered bats may also be capable of catching fish
53 Thai fishing fleets shift to distant waters to avoid crackdown: Greenpeace
54 New studies take a second look at coral bleaching culprit
55 Why cryptophyte algae are really good at harvesting light
56 East Asian dust deposition impacts on marine biological productivity
57 Corals much older than previously thought, study finds
58 Record coral kill-off on Great Barrier Reef
59 Marine incentives programs may replace 'doom and gloom' with hope
60 Oceans act as 'heat sink'
61 Marine microalgae, a new sustainable food and fuel source
62 Ocean acidification study offers warnings for marine life, habitats
63 Kelp forests globally resilient, but may need local solutions to environmental threats
64 Conservation meeting mulls fate of bluefin, swordfish
65 Experts call on climate change panel to better reflect ocean variability in their projections
66 Nightlights under the sea
67 Researchers test shark detection sonar technology in Australia
68 How sharks recycle toxic ammonia to keep their skin moist
69 Major environmental changes seen for Mediterranean: study
70 Bangladeshi fishermen claim Myanmar navy attacked trawler
71 Paris climate deal could save millions of fish, livelihoods
72 Manganese nodules as breeding ground for deep-sea octopuses
73 Early action key to reducing sea lion impacts on salmon, new study finds
74 Mexico scrambles to save world's smallest porpoise
75 Kelp beats the heat
76 Damascenes struggle after clashes cut off water
77 Rebels blamed for 'poisoning' Damascus water
78 Taking stock of the world's lakes
79 Study warns of world's groundwater depletion by 2050
80 Mexico's energy reform calls for new water policy
81 Extreme downpours could increase fivefold across parts of the US
82 Study shows many lakes getting murkier, but gives hope for improvement
83 Glowing crystals can detect, cleanse contaminated drinking water
84 Jordan picks firms for ambitious canal project
85 Arid Saudi could need '$50 billion' in water investment
86 Answering a longstanding question: Why is the surface of ice wet?
87 Study finds less gloomy outlook for subtropical rainfall
88 New LEDs may offer better way to clean water in remote areas
89 Swimmers worth their salt cross shrinking Dead Sea
90 The two types of liquid water
91 India top court orders Punjab state to share river water
92 Turning sun into water in parched rural Morocco
93 Economic impact of inland waterway disruptions: Potentially billions
94 Amazon rainstorms transport atmospheric particles for cloud formation
95 Pitt researcher part of team that finds Southern East Africa getting wetter, not dryer
96 In drought, Los Angeles grapples with water-guzzling rich
97 Climate change may help Ethiopia, increase the country's access to water
98 Protecting streams that feed Lake Erie will take much work
99 Hurricane-hit Haiti receives two water purification stations
100 World's deepest flooded cave found in Czech Republic
101 Thirsty megacities poisoning rural groundwater
102 Two million people without water in Syria's Aleppo: UN
103 French firms to gauge impact of Nile dam project
104 Nitrates poison water in California's Central Valley
105 Spain's Donana wetlands going dry, WWF warns
106 Protests over water supplies hit India's tech hub
107 Waste-besieged Easter Island slowly learns to recycle
108 Russia probes river turning bright red
109 Flood threat as plastic bags clog Bangkok's bowels
110 Millions at risk from rising water pollution: UN