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1 NASA spaceship closes in on distant world
2 Scientists model Mercury's glaciers
3 Rings make Saturn shadier, bluer and less hazy in winter
4 Researchers investigate molecular gas emission from the galaxy NGC 3557
5 Pluto explorer ushering in new year at more distant world
6 New source of very high energy gamma-ray emission detected in the neighborhood of the supernova remnant G24.7+0.6
7 NASA spacecraft hurtles toward historic New Year's flyby
8 SpaceX launches Air Force's best GPS yet, ends banner year
9 Holiday asteroid imaged with NASA radar
10 A big space crash likely made Uranus lopsided
11 Image: Hubble's cosmic holiday wreath
12 New Horizons scientists puzzled by lack of a 'light curve' from their Kuiper Belt flyby target
13 Navigating NASA's first mission to the Trojan asteroids
14 Mars Express gets festive: A winter wonderland on Mars
15 NASA's Webb Telescope wrapped in a mobile clean room
16 Seeds of giant galaxies formed in the early universe
17 Baby star's fiery tantrum could create the building blocks of planets
18 Stellar corpse reveals clues to missing stardust
19 NASA telescopes take a close look at the brightest comet of 2018
20 Faint glow within galaxy clusters illuminates dark matter
21 ALMA gives passing comet its close-up
22 InSight places first instrument on Mars
23 Sapphires and rubies in the sky
24 Astronauts land from ISS stint marred by air leak, rocket failure
25 Lab study adds credence to life arriving on Earth from asteroids theory
26 A brief history of black holes
27 When you look up, how far back in time do you see?
28 India to send three-person crew on landmark space mission
29 A virtual reality experience of being inside an exploded star
30 ESA sets clock by distant spinning stars
31 Mission accomplished for ESA's butane-propelled CubeSat
32 Nancy Grace Roman, involved with Hubble telescope, dies
33 New research reveals how galaxies stay hot and bothered
34 After Pluto, New Horizons mission nears an object 'beyond the known world'
35 Remember the discovery of methane in the martian atmosphere? Now scientists can't find any evidence of it, at all
36 To find life beyond Earth, "take off the blinkers," says U of T's Barbara Sherwood Lollar
37 Researcher captures rare radar images of Comet 46P/Wirtanen
38 Earthrise, a photo that changed the world
39 Winter solstice: The astronomy of Christmas
40 In 1968, Apollo 8 realised the 2,000-year-old dream of a Roman philosopher
41 Latest step toward world's largest telescope that will observe 'first stars and galaxies ever formed'
42 Mile-wide, potentially hazardous asteroid 2003 SD220 to swoosh by Earth on Saturday
43 Experiment sends engineered plants to ISS
44 Our universe: An expanding bubble in an extra dimension
45 Hybrid qubits solve key hurdle to quantum computing
46 Reactive optical matter: Light-induced motion
47 Description of rotating molecules made easy
48 Nucleus-specific X-ray stain for 3-D virtual histology
49 Researchers monitor electron behavior during chemical reactions for the first time
50 What really happens at femtosecond junctions?
51 Twisting light to enable high-capacity data transmission
52 Quantum tricks to unveil the secrets of topological materials
53 New findings reveal the behavior of turbulence in the exceptionally hot solar corona
54 Strong interactions produce a dance between light and sound
55 Electronically programmable photonic molecule
56 One of the world's fastest cameras captures motion of electrons
57 Physicists produce extremely short and specifically shaped electron pulses for materials studies
58 Cold atoms offer a glimpse of flat physics
59 'Kondo metamagnet' is first in a family of eccentric quantum crystals
60 The coolest experiment in the universe
61 New insights into pion condensation and the formation of neutron stars
62 Beyond the black hole singularity
63 Mighty morphing materials take complex shapes
64 A major step closer to a viable recording material for future hard disk drives
65 New optical memory cell achieves record data-storage density
66 Amoeba finds approximate solutions to NP-hard problem in linear time
67 Why does nuclear fission produce pear-shaped nuclei?
68 Satellite study proves global quantum communication will be possible
69 Better security achieved with randomly generating biological encryption keys
70 Fail-safe, reconfigurable chips
71 Discovery of topological LC circuits transporting EM waves without backscattering
72 Electronics of the future: A new energy-efficient mechanism using the Rashba effect
73 David vs. Goliath: What a tiny electron can tell us about the structure of the universe
74 On the right path to fusion energy
75 Electrically charged Higgs versus physicists: 1-0 until break
76 Supercurrents gone chiral: new type of superconducting junction
77 New metasurfaces look bright in one direction, while dark in the opposite direction
78 Next generation of scientists for modelling and analysing complex systems
79 Quantum Maxwell's demon 'teleports' entropy out of a qubit
80 Team creates and demonstrates first quantum sensor for satellite gravimetry
81 Development of MEMS sensor chip equipped with ultra-high quality diamond cantilevers
82 Researchers develop non-destructive method to measure the salt content of concrete structures
83 Analyzing 3-D neutron polarization under high pressure
84 Proposed test of quantum superposition measures 'quantum revivals'
85 The Casimir torque: Scientists measure previously unexamined tiny force
86 Precision experiment first to isolate, measure weak force between protons, neutrons
87 Self-healing electroluminescent (EL) devices
89 Scientists use magnetic defects to achieve electromagnetic wave breakthrough
90 Researchers use DNA nanomachines to discover subgroups of lysosomes
91 Disordered crystals are promising for future battery technology
92 Graphene's magic is in the defects
93 New megalibrary approach proves useful for the rapid discovery of new materials
94 Carbon nanotubes mime biology
95 Deep learning democratizes nano-scale imaging
96 Scientists develop a new method to revolutionize graphene printed electronics
97 Toward brain-like computing: New memristor better mimics synapses
98 New property revealed in graphene could lead to better performing solar panels
99 From foe to friend: Graphene catalyzes the C-C bond formation
100 Scientists design custom nanoparticles with new 'stencil' method
101 Team invents method to shrink objects to the nanoscale
102 Microscopic devices that control vibrations could allow smaller mobile devices
103 Scientists create way to power pacemaker with light
104 Chemical engineers develop new theory to build improved nanomaterials
105 Sprayable gel could help the body fight off cancer after surgery
106 Engineers produce smallest 3-D transistor yet
107 Seeing and avoiding the 'blind spot' in atomic force measurements
108 New traffic rules in 'Graphene City'
109 Researchers develop method to transfer entire 2-D circuits to any smooth surface
110 Artificial synapses made from nanowires