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1 AI could deceive us as much as the human eye does in the search for extraterrestrials
2 Short-lived light sources discovered in the sky
3 Breakthrough Listen to collaborate with scientists from NASA's TESS Team
4 Looking for alien lurkers
5 Most Comprehensive Search for Radio Technosignatures
6 SETI Institute: Agreement with Unistellar to Develop Citizen Science Network
7 Did meteorite impacts help create life on Earth and beyond
8 Bacteria could survive travel between Earth and Mars when forming aggregates
9 Bacteria could survive the trip to Mars in the form of thick aggregates
10 Tracing the cosmic origin of complex organic molecules with their radiofrequency footprint
11 Pristine space rock offers NASA scientists peek at evolution of life's building blocks
12 Microbes living on air a global phenomenon
13 Microbes in the seabed survive on little energy
14 Surprising number of exoplanets could host life
15 As if space wasn't dangerous enough
16 NASA Awards SETI Institute Contract for Planetary Protection Support
17 Dying stars breathe life into Earth
18 An experiment in recreating primordial proteins solves a long-standing riddle
19 As many as six billion Earth-like planets in our galaxy, according to new estimates
20 Plant pathogens can adapt to a variety of climates, hosts
21 Presence of airborne dust could signify increased habitability of distant planets
22 Ancient asteroid impacts created the ingredients of life on Earth and Mars
23 New experiments show complex astrochemistry on thin ice covering dust grains
24 Did life emerge in the 'primordial soup' via DNA or RNA? Maybe both
25 Terrestrial bacteria can grow on nutrients from space
26 New study estimates the odds of life and intelligence emerging beyond our planet
27 Scientists reveal solar system's oldest molecular fluids could hold the key to early life
28 Microorganisms in parched regions extract needed water from colonized rocks
29 New study reveals life's earliest evolution was more complicated than previously suspected
30 Scientists find microbes eating ethane spewing from deep-sea vents
31 Simulating early ocean vents shows life's building blocks form under pressure
32 Sellafield research uncovers microbial life in fuel ponds
33 Humans are not the first to repurpose CRISPR
34 Salmon parasite is world's first non-oxygen breathing animal
35 Technology ready to explore subsurface oceans on Ganymede
36 Large shift on Europa was last event to fracture its surface
37 The Sun May Have Started Its Life with a Binary Companion
38 Ganymede covered by giant crater
39 Huge ring-like structure on Ganymede's surface may have been caused by violent impact
40 Inside the ice giants of space
41 Subaru Telescope and New Horizons explore the outer Solar System
42 The collective power of the solar system's dark, icy bodies
43 Evidence supports 'hot start' scenario and early ocean formation on Pluto
44 Proposed NASA Mission Would Visit Neptune's Curious Moon Triton
45 SOFIA finds clues hidden in Pluto's haze
46 Mysteries of Uranus' oddities explained by Japanese astronomers
47 The birth of a "Snowman" at the edge of the Solar System
48 New Horizons pushing the frontier ever deeper into the Kuiper Belt
49 Ammonia sparks unexpected, exotic lightning on Jupiter
50 Shallow Lightning and Mushballs reveal ammonia to Juno scientists
51 NASA's Webb Telescope Will Study Jupiter, Its Rings, and Two Intriguing Moons
52 NASA Juno takes first images of Ganymede's North Pole
53 Ocean in Jupiter's moon Europa "could be habitable"
54 New evidence of watery plumes on Jupiter's moon Europa
55 Telescopes and spacecraft join forces to probe deep into Jupiter's atmosphere
56 Newly reprocessed images of Europa show 'chaos terrain' in crisp detail
57 Jupiter probe JUICE: Final integration in full swing
58 Sea Level Mission Will also Act as a Precision Thermometer in Space
59 Low-oxygen zones in Danish seas double in a year
60 Overfishing erased sharks from many of the world's reefs
61 New research shows NOAA scientist built a better lionfish trap
62 Scientists discover 30 new species in Galapagos depths
63 Mixed bag projected for Atlantic fish stocks as temperatures rise
64 Massive seagrass die-off leads to widespread erosion in a California estuary
65 Blue crab invasion spells doom for Albanian fishermen
66 Fish reef domes a boon for environment, recreational fishing
67 Reef tales: candid cams reveal shark populations in decline
68 A new look at deep-sea microbes
69 To curb climate change, scientists call for robust seagrass preservation efforts
70 Sea turtles find protection from Senegal fishermen
71 Highest Nile waters for a century swamp Sudan
72 Palau invites US military to build bases as China seeks regional clout
73 US defense chief says China 'destabilising' Pacific
74 Beach SOS leads to rescue of sailors stranded on Pacific isle
75 Ancient Polynesians, Native Americans made contact before Europeans arrived
76 Overfishing erased sharks from many of the world's reefs
77 Tech combo is a real game-changer for farming
78 GPS 3 receives operational acceptance
79 Air Force navigation technology satellite passes critical design review
80 Beidou's eye can help spot and stop rampant illegal mining
81 China's Chang'e-4 probe survives 600 Earth days on Moon's far side
82 Has Earth's oxygen rusted the Moon for billions of years
83 Researchers develop dustbuster for the moon
84 Wheelock readies astronauts for Lunar landing
85 Sensing the Moon with the Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer
86 Orion Window Panel Complete for Front-Row View on Artemis Moon Mission
87 Lander exhaust could cloud studies of Lunar ices
88 India's Chandrayaan-2 images Sarabhai Crater
89 Russian Cosmonauts Could Be Going to the Moon Without a Super-Heavy Launch Vehicle
90 Study reveals composition of gel-like lunar substance
91 Dark Matter not souce of extra radiation in galaxy center
92 NASA missions explore a 'TIE Fighter' active galaxy
93 Arecibo Observatory data help lead to discovery of cosmic 'heartbeat'
94 Strange gamma-ray heartbeat puzzles scientists
95 Separating gamma-ray bursts: Students make critical breakthrough
96 Astronomers spot most distant fleeting flash afterglow from SGRB
97 A binary star as a cosmic particle accelerator
98 A busy signal from outer space
99 Jodrell Bank leads international effort which reveals 157 day cycle in unusual cosmic radio bursts
100 Scientists detect crab nebula using innovative gamma-ray telescope
101 Surveying the gamma-ray sky continuously
102 First-ever photo proof of powerful jet emerging from colliding galaxies
103 Galactic gamma-ray sources reveal birthplaces of high-energy particles
104 Stars need a partner to spin universe's brightest explosions
105 Fast radio burst observations deepen astronomical mystery
106 NASA's Fermi links nearby pulsar's gamma-ray 'halo' to antimatter puzzle
107 Hubble maps giant halo around Andromeda Galaxy
108 Hubble sees summertime on Saturn
109 Hubble Provides Holistic View of Stars Gone Haywire
110 Hubble makes surprising find in the early Universe
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