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1 James Webb Space Telescope opens its eyes on the Universe
2 NASA reveals Webb telescope's first cosmic targets
3 NASA releases James Webb telescope 'teaser' picture
4 The futuristic South Pole Telescope looks far back in time
5 Another Webb Telescope instrument gets the "go for science"
6 Asteroid Bennu Reveals its Surface is like a Plastic Ball Pit
7 Bernese researchers simulate defense of the Earth
8 NASA Mirrors on ESA Pathfinder to Empower Space Geodesy
9 NASA re-establishes contact with CAPSTONE spacecraft
10 Earth orbit, Moon, Mars: ESA's ambitious roadmap
11 NASA's CAPSTONE lunar orbiter leaves Earth orbit
12 Rocket Lab Moon Mission for NASA a Success
13 Robotics team practises lunar exploration on Mount Etna
14 Terran Orbital completes CAPSTONE's First TCM Burn
15 CAPSTONE deploys from Rocket Lab Lunar Photon into Lunar Transfer Orbit
16 Rocket Lab's Lunar Photon completes 6th orbital raise preps for final Earth-escape burn
17 Australia's space future blasts off from Nhulunbuy
18 Virgin Orbit launches 'Straight Up' mission for US Space Force
19 Virgin Orbit mission success brings UK launch another step closer
20 Web archive with astronomical photographic plates goes online
21 Searching for Sand Transport
22 Sometimes things get complicated
23 Let's go to Mars
24 Humans on Mars: Pathways toward sustainable settlement
25 Porosity of the moon's crust reveals bombardment history
26 Building blocks for RNA-based life abound at center of our galaxy
27 NASA Rockets Launch from Australia to Seek Habitable Star Conditions
28 NASA Helps Decipher How Some Distant Planets Have Clouds of Sand
29 AI experts called on to join the hunt for exoplanets
30 SpaceX launches $5K monthly Starlink internet service for yachts, oil rigs
31 Teleglobal and Kacific complete large-scale deployment of mobile backhaul services
32 ESA astronaut selection in the final stages
33 Microgravity Science Glovebox Mars 20 years of Zero G research
34 Construction of China's first commercial spacecraft launch site starts in Hainan
35 City heat extremes
36 Follow CAPSTONE's Four-Month Journey to the Moon in Real Time
37 Chinese scientists help solve riddle of Moon's largest crater
38 Jacobs Awarded $3.9 billion Engineering and Science Contract at NASA
39 Jacobs Awarded $3.9 billion Engineering and Science Contract at NASA
40 NASA program brings big benefits to Big Ten School
41 Discs for fault detection
42 Sidus Space marks successful space-qualification of Dhruva space's satellite orbital deployer
43 Everyone gets to savour the Avanavero flavours: Sols 3528-3529
44 A Plan Fit for a Rover Sols 3525-3527
45 Eyeing Kukenan--Sols 3519-3524
46 Experts find way to make better use of lunar samples
47 RIT receives NASA funding to develop new diffractive solar sail concepts
48 Commercial space launch site begins construction
49 SpaceX ties record for reused Falcon 9 rocket on 50th Starlink launch
50 Musk says doing 'best' to boost birth rates
51 Elon Musk had twins with company exec last year: report
52 NASA, SpaceX target new launch date for commercial cargo mission
53 Boeing subsidiary to build two new Virgin Galactic motherships
54 Hypersonics: Developing and defending against missiles far faster than sound
55 Rocket Lab Introduces Responsive Space Program
56 Shenzhou-14 Taikonauts conduct in-orbit science experiments, prepare for space walks
57 Wheels on China's Zhurong rover keep stable with novel material
58 Kleos Space invests for future growth in the UK
59 SatixFy Technology enables first 5G link through a LEO constellation
60 Using lasers and 'tow-trucks,' Japanese firms target space debris
61 Turion Space and Exolaunch announce launch agreement for DROID 001 aboard Falcon 9
62 Smart textiles sense how their users are moving
63 Chinese ice cream brand under fire for products that don't melt
64 US giant 3M agrees big payout in Belgium chemical scandal
65 Automation and advanced materials are the "dream team"
66 California passes sweeping law to reduce non-recyclable plastic
67 WVU researchers won't hit snooze on mattress recycling needs
68 Could we eavesdrop on communications that pass through our solar system
69 Ancient microbes may help us find extraterrestrial life forms
70 You can help scientists study the atmosphere on Jupiter
71 'Desperate for water': drought hits Mexican industrial powerhouse
72 What is a pond? Study provides first data-driven definition
73 Wellington wastewater a security headache for China
74 Researchers uncover life's power generators in the Earth's oldest groundwaters
75 US mega drought makes boating rough on Lake Mead
76 Waterways in Brazil's Manaus choked by tons of trash
77 India's women water warriors transform parched lands
78 UN: 3.5 mn Bangladeshi children lack safe water after floods
79 Dead rivers: The cost of Bangladesh's garment-driven economic boom
80 Austria and Hungary fight nature to stop lake vanishing
81 Deadpool: US mega drought spells trouble at Hoover Dam
82 Drought hits Italy's hydroelectric plants
83 Norsk Hydro sued over alleged river contamination in Brazil
84 Researchers uncover life's power generators in the Earth's oldest groundwaters
85 Mineral overgrowths reveal unprecedented modern sea-level rise
86 UN urges ambitious action to protect the oceans
87 France, Costa Rica eye next UN Ocean Conference
88 UN meet sees blitz of pledges to protect ailing oceans
89 Ailing oceans in the spotlight at major UN meet
90 Italy declares drought emergency in 5 northern regions
91 Safran acquires Orolia and plans to become the world leader in resilient PNT
92 China's Chang'e 4 probe completes work for 44th lunar day
93 Researchers ascertain forming of world's longest meteorite-strewn field
94 Shedding light on comet Chury's unexpected chemical complexity
95 Discovery reveals large, year-round ozone hole over tropics
96 Synspective releases First Image from its Small SAR Satellite "StriX-ss" that captures 3 cities around the world
97 Earth from Space: Patagonia
98 MDA provides Global Fishing Watch access to Radarsat-2 archive to help combat illegal fishing
99 Physics professor selected for NASA mission
100 NASA aircraft conducting atmospheric studies over DC to Baltimore
101 Researchers measure atmospheric water vapor using open-air spectroscopy
102 Why Does the Inside of the Solar System Not Spin Faster
103 SwRI demonstrates machine learning tool to efficiently process complex solar data
104 A new method for predicting the 11-year solar cycle strength
105 Novel NASA instrument sets sights on Earth-bound solar radiation
106 Embry-Riddle Joins NSF Space Weather Challenge
107 Chinese, Australian astronomers detect key process of binary evolution
108 Cosmic manatee accelerates particles from head
109 Gemini North spies ultra-faint fossil galaxy discovered on outskirts of Andromeda
110 Shedding new light on dark matter
111 Dark matter: should we be so sure it exists? Here's how philosophy can help
112 Scientists discover how first quasars in universe formed
113 Large Hadron Collider project discovers three new exotic particles
114 Physicists confront the neutron lifetime puzzle
115 Keeping the energy in the room
116 Researchers use X-rays to decode complex piece of cellular machinery, atom by atom
117 Physicists see electron whirlpools for the first time
118 Magnetic spins that 'freeze' when heated: Nature in the wrong direction
119 Star with the shortest orbital period around black hole discovered