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1 On the front lines of space innovation
2 HKATG tooling up for satellite mass production
3 45 years after launch, NASA's Voyager probes still blazing trails billions of miles away
4 Voyager logs 45 years in space as NASA's longest mission to date
5 Thailand's first comsat by mu Space Corp. passes GISTDA tests
6 First of NASA's SunRISE smallsats rolls off production line
7 NanoAvionics extends its satellite bus range enabling advanced space missions
8 NASA's Moon-observing CubeSat ready for launch
9 Terran Orbital delivers LunIR to Cape Canaveral for Artemis 1 launch
10 US astronaut Jessica Watkins sets sights on Moon...and Mars
11 One more clue to the Moon's origin
12 Helga and Zohar are ready for their flight around the Moon
13 How Martian ionospheric dispersion effected on SAR imaging
14 Harvesting resources on Mars with plasmas
15 Researchers propose plasma-based method of extracting oxygen on Mars
16 A special Moon snap
17 Track NASA's Artemis I mission in real time
18 The Lacuna Space water monitoring system
19 Launch Schedule for 3rd StriX-1 SAR satellite
20 Landsat 9 operations to transition from NASA to US Geological Survey
21 Fleet Space' Exosphere Earth Scanning Technology tested at lithium exploration site
22 China receives data from newly launched ecosystem monitoring satellite
23 Deep concern about food security in East Africa
24 Drought blamed for dozens of cow poisoning deaths in Italy
25 China heat wave pushes up prices as hens lay fewer eggs
26 Premature harvests latest test for French winemakers
27 Two more grain shipments leave Ukraine
28 MariaDB reimagines how databases deliver geospatial capabilities with acquisition
29 'Cannibal' solar burst headed for Earth could make northern lights visible in U.S.
30 Orion Space Solutions team selected to lead US Space Force Tetra-5 mission
31 RocketStar set to launch TriSeptember satellite security solution aboard experimental payloads
32 Russia launches Iranian satellite amid Ukraine war concerns
33 Vector Space Biosciences offers tools countering stressors during spaceflight
34 Remote surgery robot to be tested aboard ISS
35 Space travel: Bone aging in fast forward
36 How does reduced gravity affect astronauts' muscles and nerve responses
37 Compact QKD system paves the way to cost-effective satellite-based quantum networks
38 China's commercial rocket CERES-1 Y3 launches three satellites
39 US should end ISS collaboration with Russia
40 One Hundred days of Minerva
41 Russian spacewalk cut short due to issue with suit
42 NASA's new rocket on launchpad for trip to Moon
43 NASA's Lucy team discovers moon around asteroid Polymele
44 Meteorite provides record of asteroids "spitting out" pebbles
45 Yale project brings creative expression to space flight
46 Exposed! International Space Station tests organisms, materials in space
47 Rocket Lab to launch 150th satellite with upcoming Synspective SAR launch
48 Virgin Orbit earns AS9100 Certification
49 Northrop Grumman invests in new solid rocket motor manufacturing facilities in Magna, Utah
50 J-Space partners with Virgin Orbit to bring sovereign air-launch capability to South Korea
51 NASA explains strange stringy object photographed by Perseverance rover
52 WVU space robotics research helps Mars rovers find their footing
53 Series Futuristic Space Themed Centers
54 Mars model provides method for landing humans on Red Planet
55 Building on Mars or the Luna: You'll need extraterrestrial cement for that
56 Surprise, surprise: Subsurface water on Mars defy expectations
57 Shenzhou XIV astronauts to conduct their first spacewalk in coming days
58 Harvest from heavenly breeding
59 Reusable experimental spacecraft put into orbit
60 Chinese commercial carrier rocket Smart Dragon-3 completes ground tests
61 Wentian's small mechanical arm completes in-orbit tests
62 SpaceX launches 46 new Starlink satellites into orbit
63 AST SpaceMobile's BlueWalker 3 test satellite arrives at Cape Canaveral
64 How scientist facilitated the development of LEO mega constellations
65 Spire Global to scale up constellation for HANCOM inSPACE with second satellite
66 Software-defined satellite enters commercial service
67 Antaris close seed funding round to accelerate development of software solutions for space
68 Spaceflight prepares propulsive Sherpa OTV to launch on upcoming Starlink mission
69 Matter at extreme temperature and pressure turns out to be remarkably simple and universal
70 New quantum whirlpools with tetrahedral symmetries discovered in a superfluid
71 New programmable materials can sense their own movements
72 Wobbling droplets in space confirm late professor's theory
73 Pitt is the only university in the U.S. with this giant 3D printer for metal
74 Using artificial intelligence to control digital manufacturing
75 Building the best zeolite
76 The future of NASA's laser communications
77 Brightest stars in the night sky can strip Neptune-sized planets to their rocky cores
78 Scientists detect newborn planet that could be forming moons
79 New research on the emergence of the first complex cells challenges orthodoxy
80 Underwater snow gives clues about Europa's icy shell
81 'We are divided': lake upends life for tiny Kenyan tribe
82 Rhine drops below crucial level, impacts river transport
83 Rainwater unsafe to drink due to chemicals: study
84 Drought forces water use rethink in Spain
85 Brussels urges EU members to reuse city water in farms
86 Utah's Great Salt Lake is disappearing
87 France and parts of England see driest July on record
88 French regions face record water restrictions; English households urged to save water
89 US-European satellite will make world's first global freshwater survey
90 US cuts water supply for some states, Mexico as drought bites
91 Swiss lakes at lowest-ever August levels; UK calls for hose bans
92 UK's largest water provider calls for hose bans
93 Sleeping giant could end deep ocean life
94 UN resumes talks on high-seas treaty amid growing concerns
95 Poaching of 'status symbol' date mussels threatens Italy's coasts
96 World's biggest ice sheet could cause massive sea rise without action: study
97 Endangered sharks, rays caught in protected Med areas: study
98 Dutch anglers save fish as Rhine drought bites
99 Tibetan Plateau water stores under threat: study
100 Activists fear UN will run out of time on high-seas treaty
101 Dust grains older than our sun found in Asteroid Ryugu samples
102 Space mission shows Earth's water may be from asteroids
103 Study finds evidence that giant meteorite impacts created the continents
104 Test Chamber for NASA's new cosmic mapmaker makes dramatic entrance
105 Wide view of early universe hints at galaxy among the earliest ever detected
106 AI helps discover new space anomalies
107 RIT astrophysicists collaborate on JWST survey yielding wide view of the early universe
108 Major new investment accelerates construction of the Giant Magellan Telescope
109 Webb Captures Stellar Gymnastics in the Cartwheel Galaxy
110 JWST reveals highly distant galaxies behind a known gravitational magnifier
111 Northwestern rocket to image supernova remnant
112 Stars determine their own masses
113 More supernova dust in the solar system
114 Hubble sees red supergiant star Betelgeuse slowly recovering after blowing its top
115 Fermi confirms star wreck as source of extreme cosmic particles
116 Stars shed light on why stellar populations are so similar in Milky Way
117 No trace of dark matter halos
118 Sneaky discovery sheds light on star death, black holes and gravity waves
119 Do 'bouncing universes' have a beginning?
120 First stars and black holes
121 UK scientists have created an 'eternal engine' to keep the next generation of atomic clock ticking.
122 A molecule of light and matter
123 When particles move