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1 Objective: To deflect asteroids, thus preventing their collision with Earth
2 How the darkness and the cold killed the dinosaurs
3 Asteroid buzzes Earth
4 White House releases strategy in case of 'killer asteroid'
5 The case of the missing diamonds
6 Chicxulub: a unique crater to elucidate planetary surfaces
7 Asteroid impacts could create niches for life
8 Undergrad devises strategy for defending Earth from potential comet impact
9 Scientists voice support for asteroid deflection mission
10 Greenland fossils reveal global ecosystem recovery after mass extinction
11 How fast is the universe expanding? Quasars provide an answer
12 Faster-than-Expected Expansion of the Universe Supported
13 Arecibo Observatory Casts New Light on Cosmic Microwave Background
14 ALPHA observes light spectrum of antimatter for first time
15 NanoSpace receives commercial order to supply components to TURKSAT 6A
16 First European-built all-electric satellite EUTELSAT 172B getting ready to fly
17 China's quantum communication satellite delivered for use
18 Scientists and students tackle omics at NASA workshop
19 NASA Tech--it's all around us
20 Russian-Japanese research helps understand the effects of microgravity on bone tissue
21 Nanometric imprinting on fiber
22 Zuckerberg charity buys AI startup to battle disease
23 Probable cause and potential prevention of vision deterioration in space found
24 From outer space to inner eye
25 Electrical signaling in heart and nerve cells using graphene
26 BodyCap's wearable health monitors being used aboard ISS
27 Study finds cause of visual impairment in astronauts
28 Astronaut vision may be impaired by spinal fluid changes: study
29 New class of drugs holds promise for combating antibiotic resistance
30 Researchers discover new antibiotics by sifting through the human microbiome
31 Tiny super magnets could be the future of drug delivery
32 Biologists give bacteria thermostat controls
33 Analog series-based scaffolds: a new definition that may aid medicinal chemistry
34 Laser particles could provide sharper images of tissues
35 Restoring the sense of touch in amputees using natural signals of the nervous system
36 Watching the brain in action
37 DARPA Helps Paralyzed Man Feel Again Using a Brain-Controlled Robotic Arm
38 New smart textile is the muscle behind next generation devices
39 Sensor material could enable more sensitive readings of biological signals
40 New space weather model helps simulate magnetic structure of solar storms
41 Extreme space weather-induced blackouts could cost US more than $40 billion daily
42 ALMA starts observing the sun
43 Next-generation optics offer the widest real-time views of vast regions of the sun
44 Perspectives on magnetic reconnection
45 GREGOR first results published in special issue of Astronomy and Astrophysics
46 Article proposes theory behind fast magnetic reconnection
47 ESA expands space weather services
48 CU Boulder instrument suite will assess space weather
49 An easier way to observe the inner workings of the sun
50 How to read a STEREO image
51 Gaining a revolutionary view of the Sun in STEREO
52 Tracking waves from sunspots gives new solar insight
53 The Sun's coronal tail wags its photospheric dog
54 Researchers discover effect of rare solar wind on Earth's radiation belts
55 Mister Trump Goes to Washington
56 'Hidden Figures' soars in second week atop box office
57 The hidden artist of the Soviet space programme
58 NASA Readies for Major Orion Milestones in 2017
59 NASA's Exo-Brake 'Parachute' to Enable Safe Return for Small Spacecraft
60 Adventurous alum serves as test subject for 30-day NASA isolation project
61 Early US astronauts faced uncertainty, danger and death
62 American space legend John Glenn dead at 95
63 Space Has Potholes Too!
64 Embry-Riddle Students Join Project PoSSUM to Test Prototype Spacesuits in Zero-G
65 NASA on the hunt for space poop geniuses
66 Orion Crew Module Adapter Lifted in Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center
67 Flying observatory expanding new frontiers in the solar system and beyond
68 NASA, U.S. Navy Practice Orion Recovery Procedures 5
69 Russia space center to work with US on spaceflight biomed issues
70 NavCube could support an X-ray communication test in space
71 NASA, Navy practice Orion module recovery
72 Clearing the Air in Space
73 Orion Test Article on the Move
74 Airbus delivers propulsion test module for the Orion programme to NASA
75 NASA to rely on Soyuz for ISS missions until 2019
76 Russian Astronauts to Hold Terminator Experiment in Space
77 Two US astronauts complete spacewalk to upgrade ISS
78 NASA Assigns Upcoming Space Station Crew Members
79 Launch of Russia's new progress spacecraft set for February 2
80 Space station battery replacements to begin New Year's Eve
81 Airbus Safran Launchers in 2016: we keep our promises
82 ULA and team launches US military spy satellite
83 2017 Rocket Campaign Begins in Alaska
84 Next Cygnus Mission to Station Set for March
85 China's carrier rocket puts 3 satellites in space in first commercial mission
86 Mission contracts secure Commercial Crew operations for coming years
87 India to develop large scale solid fuel mixer
88 United Launch Alliance launches EchoStar XIX satellite
89 When One launch is not enough: SpaceX Return to Flight
90 SpaceX launches, lands rocket for first time since September blast
91 SpaceX concluded accident investigation, to start launching rockets again
92 SpaceX Aims to Resume Falcon 9 Flights in 2016, Blames Helium Tank for Explosion
93 Ruptured oxidant tank likely cause of Progress accident
94 Michoud complete stand for testing SLS main fuel tank
95 ESA Planetary Science Archive gets a new look
96 Intel acquires ESA incubator company
97 European ministers ready ESA for a United Space in Europe in the era of Space 4.0
98 ESA looks at how to catch a space entrepreneur
99 Citizens' space debate: the main findings and the future
100 Two-year extensions confirmed for ESA's science missions
101 Shared vision and goals for the future of Europe in space
102 Dream coming true for ISS-bound rookie French astronaut
103 Metallic hydrogen, once theory, becomes reality
104 Melting solid below the freezing point
105 The power of attraction
106 Strength of hair inspires new materials for body armor
107 Manchester scientists tie the tightest knot ever achieved
108 Researchers design one of strongest, lightest materials known
109 Manufacturing platform makes intricate biocompatible micromachines
110 New crystal structure holds promise for optoelectronic devices