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1 Largest, brightest 'Supermoon' to light night sky tonight: Check timings, other details
2 5 important things to see in NASA's James Webb Telescope images
3 Researchers create octopus-inspired glove to grip objects underwater
4 NASA's James Webb Space Telescope gives closer look at Jupiter's rings
5 The lonely work of picking the universe's best astronomy pictures
6 Heartbeat-like radio signals detected billions of light years away
7 Digging Deep: Study reveals 100-year-old virus genomes responsible for Spanish Flu
8 NASA, Russian space agency sign deal to share space station flights--Roscosmos
9 Space news weekly recap: James Webb Space Telescope, SpaceX explosion and more
10 NASA grounds Ingenuity Mars Helicopter temporarily
11 Black Hole Hunters: Scientists want your help in finding hidden black holes
12 Hubble captures a globular cluster that looks like a sea of sequins
13 Everyone wants to look for a signal that goes beyond the standard physics model: Scientist at Large Hadron Collider
14 High-flying experiment: Do stem cells grow better in space?
15 Scientists find an exotic black hole deemed a 'needle in a haystack'
16 NASA's VIPER mission delayed to 2024, is designed to look for origin of water on Moon
17 NASA hosts contest to design starshade that will help find Earth-like planets
18 The secret to an elephant's trunk is skin deep
19 NASA's James Webb Space Telescope hit by multiple micrometeoroids: Report
20 Scientist uses James Webb Space Telescope data to create 'purple swirl' image of distant galaxy
21 Scientists uncover history of 'ridiculously charming' penguins
22 The need for diversity in genome sequencing
23 The parasitic fungus that encourages houseflies to mate with 'corpses'
24 Gaganyaan abort mission this year; solar, lunar missions in 2023
25 NASA aiming for late August test flight of giant moon rocket
26 Watch: NASA shares video showing how Apollo 11 astronauts' tracks are still on the Moon
27 Digging Deep: The deserts of the world are spreading further North
28 Heads up, again: China set to launch space station module with giant rocket
29 SpaceX whizzes past annual launch record with Starlink mission
30 Massive, unusually compact, 'one of a kind' triple star system detected for the first time
31 China launches second space station module, Wentian
32 Space news weekly recap: China space station module launch, Webb's 'purple swirl,'' and more
33 NASA on building a nuclear reactor in space and what's next
34 Shakin' bacon? Belgian researchers study pigs' response to music
35 ESA's Mars Express captures image of 'Martian Grand Canyon' bigger than the real thing
36 Ancient rocks hold clues to how Earth can sustain life, avoiding a Mars-like fate
37 UAE's Sultan Al Neyadi to be the first Arab astronaut to spend six months on ISS
38 Scientists defend T. rex as only species of mighty Tyrannosaurus
39 Researchers recycle CDs by turning them into inexpensive flexible biosensors
40 Research finds bacteria can remove plastic pollution from lakes
41 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin's Apollo 11 flight jacket fetches $2.8 million
42 NASA robots work together for the first time on International Space Station
43 China closely tracking debris of its most powerful rocket
44 Hidden Menace: Massive methane leaks speed up climate change
45 There are holes on the ocean floor, scientists don't know why
46 Digging Deep: How mangroves are affected by climate change
47 Science news weekly recap: Chinese rocket debris, ISS robots, and more
48 Chinese Space rocket debris crashes back to Earth over Indian Ocean
49 AI predicts the shape of nearly every protein known to science
50 NASA will send more helicopters to Mars
51 Hubble image of galactic trio captures complexity of multiple galaxies
52 New research on oldest studied dark matter could break standard cosmological model
53 Hotter summers mean Florida's turtles are mostly born female
54 James Webb Space telescope uncovers Cartwheel galaxy previously shrouded in mystery
55 Earth sets record for shortest day as it speeds up rotation
56 First brain-computer interface implanted in a human patient
57 Water vapour sent into stratosphere by Tonga eruption could temporarily heat up Earth
58 A 'reversible' form of death? Scientists revive cells in dead pigs' organs
59 Volcano near Iceland's main airport erupts again after pause
60 How scientists fixed the Lucy probe's solar array while it was in space
61 United Launch Alliance's Atlas V rocket launched with US Space Force satellite
62 Higher temperatures do not necessarily mean darker wings, study on Australian moth species shows
63 ISRO's SSLV satellites placed in wrong orbit; no longer usable
64 Satellites 'no longer usable' as ISRO's first SSLV launch develops glitch
65 Space news weekly recap: Space force rocket launch to maiden SSLV rocket launch
66 As satellites and space junk proliferate, U.S. to revise rules
67 ISRO SSLV Maiden flight: 3 propulsion stages performed well, problem was in identifying sensor failure
68 ISRO says satellites launched by SSLV 'no longer usable': Top points to note
69 Failure of maiden SSLV flight likely to affect US firm's launch booking on ISRO rocket
70 Russian gas cut to Europe hits economic hopes after Ukraine grain deal
71 Where China is changing its diplomatic ways (at least a little)
72 Kyiv nightlife comes back amid urge for contact. 'This is the cure.'
73 Eyeing a city captured by Russia, Ukraine prepares an ambitious counterattack
74 Monkeypox: EU approves vaccine to combat outbreak
75 US: Smuggling migrants at the border now a billion-dollar business
76 Vying to lead Britain, candidates for Prime Minister emulate another: Thatcher
77 QAnon candidates aren't thriving, but some of their ideas are
78 Coronavirus: Japan struggles with record-setting seventh wave
79 As prices soar in Ukraine, war adds economic havoc to the human toll
80 EU reaches deal to ration gas amid Russian cut-off fears
81 Russia to opt out of International Space Station after 2024
82 Biden says Trump lacked 'courage to act' during January 6 riot
83 Is recession staring us down? Already upon us? Here's why it's hard to say
84 Ukraine says Russia increased gas pipeline pressure without prior notice
85 Powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake strikes northern Philippines, strongly felt in Manila
86 From burgers to gadgets, stressed consumers buy cheap
87 Trump-Pence ticket, torn by January 6, becomes an unequal rivalry
88 For investors and a buffer, Alibaba seeks a Hong Kong primary listing
89 NYC asks WHO to rename monkeypox to avoid stigmatisation
90 After enduring a pandemic, small businesses face new worries
91 Did coronavirus emerge from the Wuhan market or Chinese lab? Two new studies weigh in
92 Afghan women report beatings, abuse under Taliban
93 OAN, a dependable Trump promoter, faces a 'death blow'
94 World may be heading toward recession, IMF warns
95 Five facts on grain and the war in Ukraine
96 How is climate change affecting floods?
97 Facing 'Putin's energy blackmail,' Europe agrees to cut Russian gas use
98 What's the Taiwan-China conflict all about?
99 With crisis everywhere, do democracies have an edge?
100 WHO chief advises reducing sex partners to avoid monkeypox
101 Kim Jong Un threatens to use nukes amid tensions with US, South Korea
102 Biden is facing crisis after crisis. But are they emergencies?
103 Experts see hints of exhaustion in Russia's military
104 Potentially deadly bacteria detected in US soil for first time
105 Saudi prince subject of legal complaint during Paris visit
106 Biden, Xi talk more than 2 hours at time of US-China tension
107 Brazil grants permit to pave highway through heart of Amazon forest
108 Don't 'play with fire' over Taiwan, China's Xi warns in call with Biden
109 Pope Francis, slowed by aging, finds lessons in frailty
110 They flocked to China for boom times. Now they're thinking twice.
111 Every woman's body is beach-ready, says Spanish government
112 'It's scary': Gay men confront a health crisis with echoes of the past
113 Monkeypox: Alarm bells ring as cases spread across the world
114 Travellers are coming back to the US. But they're not spending
115 For Taiwan, Pelosi visit is about US, China controlling risk
116 Russia has not fixed a date for space station withdrawal--agencies
117 Indonesia, US to hold military exercise amid heightened Indo-Pacific tensions
118 Spain to propose to EU a cap on carbon emission permit prices, PM says
119 US reaches deal with Moderna for omicron COVID-19 vaccine
120 Human-caused climate change made UK heatwave 10 times likelier, says study
121 US House passes semi-automatic gun ban after 18-year lapse
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