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1 NASA's Ingenuity in contact with Perseverance after communications dropout
2 NASA's Mars Helicopter scouts ridgeline for Perseverance science team
3 Ingenuity helicopter captures images of its parachute on Mars
4 Mars Helicopter spots landing rig and chute from Perseverance
5 Asteroid treasure in the Hubble archive
6 NASA's Psyche starts processing at Kennedy
7 Planetary geologist joins extended OSIRIS-REx mission to visit another asteroid
8 Checking in on the Cameras of NASA's Asteroids-Bound Lucy Spacecraft
9 Chinese scientists find potential in lunar soil to generate oxygen and fuel
10 NASA Goddard scientists begin studying 50-year-old frozen Apollo 17 samples
11 Canada to prosecute crimes on the Moon
12 Microrobot collectives display versatile movement patterns
13 China releases Chang'e-5 payloads' scientific datasets
14 Planet-forming disks evolve in surprisingly similar ways
15 Experiments measure freezing point of extraterrestrial oceans to aid search for life
16 Stanford scientists describe a gravity telescope that could image exoplanets
17 Discovery of 30 exocomets in a young planetary system
18 The instability at the beginning of the solar system
19 Flagship Chinese space telescope to unravel cosmic mysteries
20 Examining the Heart of Webb: The Final Phase of Commissioning
21 Webb Telescope fully focused for the job ahead
22 Hyperfast white dwarf stars provide clues for understanding supernovae
23 Astronomers discover a rare "black widow" binary, with the shortest orbit yet
24 New technique to discover brightest radio pulsars outside our own galaxy
25 Spinning stars shed new light on strange galactic signal
26 Zortrax Z-PEEK confirmed to meet ESA's outgassing requirements
27 Unpacking black-box models
28 In Scandinavia, wooden buildings reach new heights
29 Researchers develop a paper-thin loudspeaker
30 Study quantifies metal supplies needed to reach EU's climate neutrality goal
31 Momentus' Vigoride spacecraft arrives at launch site for first flight with SpaceX
32 What is CAPSTONE?
33 Japanese radar constellation iQPS selects Virgin Orbit for 2023 launch
34 Satellogic announces multiple launch agreement with SpaceX
35 FCC grants experimental license to AST SpaceMobile for BlueWalker 3 cell phone tests
36 Nanoavionics builds first nanosatellite for Promethee's EO constellation
37 Inmarsat CEO issues warning over space sustainability with unmanaged expansion
38 Planet unveils details about Pelican Constellation
39 Kymeta to offer mission-critical LEO connectivity through OneWeb Technologies
40 AST SpaceMobile announces $75 million committed equity facility
41 China prepares to launch Tianzhou-4 cargo spacecraft
42 Briton, Belarusian held at Kazakh spaceport: Roscosmos
43 Maritime Launch plans inaugural flight for 2023
44 British rocket company calls for Iceland to grant licence for landmark launch
45 China launches multiple satellites
46 'Spot the difference' to help reveal Rosetta image secrets
47 Hubble confirms largest comet nucleus ever seen
48 NASA's Crew-3 astronauts splash down in Gulf of Mexico
49 Astronaut crew returns to Earth after six months on ISS
50 After ISS command change, NASA's Crew-3 prepares to undock for trip home
51 UAE to send astronaut on six-month ISS mission
52 New study reveals the effect of extended space flight on astronauts' brains
53 UNC blood clot expert working with NASA to study blood and clots in zero gravity
54 DLR provides female measuring mannequins for the NASA Artemis I mission
55 California start-up sends tiny robots on voyage into brains
56 NASA identifies Artemis 1 rocket issues, plans another wet dress rehearsal for June
57 NASA sets mid-May launch for Boeing Starliner spacecraft's initial trip to ISS
58 Successful test launch a giant leap for rocketry team
59 Rocket Lab catches rocket booster returning from space with helicopter
60 Rocket Lab pushes back attempt of mid-air booster catch to Sunday
61 HyPrSpace raises 1M euro in seed funding to develop reusable hybrid micro-launcher
62 Solving the mystery of frost hiding on Mars
63 Carbon dioxide glaciers are moving at the Martian south pole
64 Mars may have less water than previously estimated
65 NASA rocket to measure Earth's life-supporting secret: a weak electric field
66 Lunar soil has the potential to generate oxygen and fuel
67 China launches Jilin-1 commercial satellites
68 China opens Shenzhou-13 return capsule
69 Spacecraft navigation uses x-rays from dead stars
70 NASA chooses small businesses to continue exploration tech development
71 NASA's new solar sail system to be tested on-board NanoAvionics satellite bus
72 DARPA seeks proposals leading to in-space demonstration of nuclear thermal rocket
73 Musk secures $7.1 billion to finance Twitter deal
74 FAA delays SpaceX Starship environmental review for 4th time
75 US Judge denies Musk bid to scrap SEC deal barring him from tweeting about Tesla stake
76 SpaceX launches its latest crew to ISS for NASA
77 Aphelion Aerospace completes rocket engine development test
78 To sample or not to sample
79 Campaign #2: The Delta Front
80 Emirates Mars mission discovers new mysterious aurora
81 China's Zhurong travels over 1.9 km on Mars
82 Enigmatic rocks on Mars show evidence of a violent origin
83 Lockheed Martin's TPY-4 Radar completes production setup now shipping worldwide
84 US sending radar-jamming planes to Germany to bolster NATO: Pentagon
85 Tiny switches give solid-state LiDAR record resolution
86 New imager microchip helps devices bring hidden objects to light
87 Astroscale's ELSA-d completes complex rendezvous operation
88 Experts issue call to regulate space debris as levels of junk mount
89 'Like family': Japan's virtual YouTubers make millions from fans
90 Cosmic Shielding to test Plasteel radiation shielding aboard Space Forge satellite
91 Scientists have improved the composition of radiation protection glasses
92 How can we reduce the carbon footprint of global computing?
93 NASA mentors students to achieve high performance in supercomputing competition
94 Fault-tolerant quantum computer memory in diamond
95 Neurons are fickle. Electric fields are more reliable for information
96 Neural networks behind social media can consume an infinite amount of energy
97 A new programming language for high-performance computers
98 SwRI-led team finds younger exoplanets better candidates when looking for other Earths
99 Origin of complex cells started without oxygen
100 Juno captures moon shadow on Jupiter
101 Four billion-year-old relic from early solar system heading our way
102 Australia, Solomons meet as tempers fray over China deal
103 China-Solomons security deal upends Australian election
104 World's ocean is losing its memory under global warming
105 Sweet spots in the sea: Mountains of sugar under seagrass meadows
106 'Lungs of the Mediterranean' at risk
107 Study predicts mass marine life extinction if warming continues
108 Saving the Mekong delta from drowning
109 Satellites over Amazon capture choking of 'House of God' river by the Belo Monte Dam
110 From weather forecasting to climate change, NASA's AIRS builds a legacy
111 NASA's EMIT will map tiny dust particles to study big climate impacts
112 New portal improves forecasts of devastating storms in West Africa
113 Identifying global poverty from space
114 NASA simulation suggests some volcanoes might warm climate, destroy ozone layer
115 Revealing the secret language of dark matter
116 Detecting ultralight dark matter using quantum technology
117 NASA's Swift tracks potential magnetic flip of monster black hole
118 NASA visualization rounds up the best-known black hole systems
119 Search reveals eight new sources of black hole echoes
120 Controlling mirror images
121 Physicists embark on a hunt for a long-sought quantum glow
122 Study points to physical principles that underlie quantum Darwinism
123 In Einstein's footsteps and beyond
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