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1 Salad in space? New study says it's not a healthy choice
2 Small solar sails could be the next 'giant leap' for interplanetary space exploration
3 Aqualunar Challenge Launches: UK-Canada Initiative for Lunar Water Purification
4 Japan says 'possibility' Moon lander power can be restored
5 China hopes Chang'e 6 can return samples from Lunar Far Side
6 A Fractured Filled Plan: Sols 4073-4075
7 So Many Textures, So Little Time: Sols 4070-4072
8 ESA advances satellite testing capabilities at Europe's largest thermal vacuum facility
9 Intercontinental team to grow protein crystals in space
10 NASA's Cryo Efforts Beyond the Atmosphere
11 Ax-3 Crew Joins Expedition 70 in Space Station for Dual Operations and Research
12 Ohio research project selected for International Space Station
13 Iran's Qaem 100 launch vehicle deploys Sorayya satellite into orbit
14 Iran Guards' Syria spy chief among 4 killed in Damascus strike blamed on Israel
15 Iran says launches satellite in new aerospace milestone
16 UN's atomic agency being held 'hostage' in Iran, director says
17 Nine dead in Pakistan strikes on Iran; China offers to mediate
18 Iran says it targeted 'Iranian terrorist group' in Pakistan
19 Iran launches strikes into Pakistan amid rising tensions in Middle East
20 Senior Iraq official says Iran claim it hit Mossad base 'false'
21 Iran says IRGC attacked alleged Israeli spy headquarters in Iraq
22 Space Policy Official Details Approach to Maintaining U.S. Edge
23 NASA, DOD to Collaborate with Universities on CubeSat Development Program
24 Buried water ice at the Martian equator
25 Mars Express unveils potential water resource for future Mars missions at equator
26 Water may have flowed through Martian Valleys countless times
27 Light-matter interaction: broken symmetry drives polaritons
28 Physicists identify overlooked uncertainty in real-world experiments
29 Smooth operation of future nuclear fusion facilities is a matter of control
30 Solid-state qubits: Forget about being clean, embrace mess
31 Ingenious Flying Robot Phones Home from Mars
32 NASA uses two worlds to test future Mars helicopter designs
33 The Long Wait
34 From Asteroid Bennu to Earth: NASA Reveals New Findings in OSIRIS-REx Mission
35 Renesas Electronics plays role in Japan's lunar landing mission
36 Redwire joins forces with Blue Origin on Blue Ring Space Mobility Platform
37 UK Space Agency Boosts Agri-tech Start-Up at Space Park Leicester
38 Study reveals non-isotropic nature of tropospheric delays in GNSS
39 Viasat Leads Historic UK SBAS Flight Trial, Showcasing Advanced GPS Capabilities
40 China's LandSpace achieves new feat with Zhuque-3's Vertical Recovery Test
41 Rocket maker working on medium-lift model
42 China's Gravity 1 sets record for solid rocket fuels in maiden launch
43 Japan's 'Moon Sniper' lands but power running low
44 ESA's Marcus Wandtembarks on historic Muninn Mission aboard ISS
45 First European takes off on commercial flight to Space Station
46 European crew arrives at ISS on private mission
47 Eutelsat OneWeb and Paratus South Africa join forces to enhance satellite connectivity in South Africa
48 AST SpaceMobile Launches $100 Million Stock Offering Amid Strategic Tech Investments
49 Sidus Space Partners with ASPINA for Satellite Technology Demonstration on LizzieSat Mission
50 Lynk and Telikom initiate Sat2Phone services in Papua New Guinea
51 Sasken's Novel Satellite Product Enhances Communication in Disaster Scenarios
52 Skylo Endorses Quectel's New Satellite IoT Module, Expanding Global Reach
53 NASA Science, Astrobotic Peregrine Mission One Concludes
54 Lightest black hole or heaviest neutron star? MeerKAT uncovers a mysterious object in Milky Way
55 Astronomers detect oldest black hole ever observed
56 Moon rocks with unique dust found
57 NASA's Roman to Search for Signs of Dark Matter Clumps
58 Tianzhou 6 burns up safely reentering Earth
59 US space company upbeat on next Moon mission despite lander's demise
60 Shallow soda lakes show promise as cradles of life on Earth
61 Key moment in the evolution of life on Earth captured in fossils
62 GMV led consortium advances public health analytics with EO4HEALTH Project
63 Satellite data sheds light on Guangdong's climate extremes in recent study
64 Scientists warn missing Russian data causing Arctic climate blind spots
65 Extreme cold waves in East Asia and North America linked to mid-latitude ocean fronts
66 ING targeted in new Dutch climate legal case
67 Food from urban agriculture has carbon footprint 6 times larger than conventional produce, study shows
68 At least 50 injured in major earthquake on China-Kyrgyzstan border
69 Malaria jab rollout in Cameroon a 'turning point': Gavi
70 Storm Isha batters Britain, cutting power and diverting flights
71 Twenty dead in southwest China landslide
72 OpenAI bans bot impersonating US presidential candidate
73 China's rights record in spotlight at UN
74 UN experts want charges against HK tycoon Lai dropped
75 Activists decry Tibet 'cultural genocide' ahead of China rights review
76 Years after civil war, security wall holds back Iraqi city
77 Colombian mission to Antarctica analyzes climate change footprints
78 World's biggest iceberg 'battered' by waves as it heads north
79 Extreme Congo floods leave 350,000 needing aid: UN
80 Fierce winter weather slams US, dozens dead
81 India's Kashmir ski industry melts as temperatures rise
82 Wounded Gazans get medical care on French hospital ship
83 13 students dead in China school fire while 8 killed in factory explosion
84 Chad's junta-named MPs vote for new PM
85 Investigation under way after China school fire kills 13
86 No injuries, damage after Huthi missiles miss US-owned tanker ship: CENTCOM
87 Israel surges to 6th place on list of nations with jailed journalists in 2023
88 France orders rare Atlantic fishing ban to protect dolphins
89 Quantum Field theory breakthrough: First observation of vacuum decay bubbles
90 Eco-friendly organic semiconductor technology emerges from Swedish research
91 Novel Cathode Interlayer Boosts Performance of Tin-Lead Perovskite Solar Cells
92 New, portable antenna could help restore communication after disasters
93 UK govt. to plough extra 1.3 billion pounds into nuclear plant
94 Mines 'back in place' at Ukraine nuclear power plant: IAEA
95 Uranium Energy Corp. to Resume Uranium Production in Wyoming's Powder River Basin
96 JAXA says they hope sun will recharge lunar lander's solar panels
97 China's CALB wants lithium battery factory in Portugal
98 Nigeria's polluted economic hub Lagos bans styrofoam, plastics
99 Poland, Ukraine leaders meet to renew diplomatic ties amid deal on trucker protests
100 Study shows high air pollution in three Paris metro stations
101 Mongolia on brink of mega mining deal with French multinational
102 Xi's corruption crackdown targets embattled finance sector
103 Riot Games to slash 530 jobs; While 'Pokemon with Guns' proves a blast
104 Epic says Apple court fight is 'lost'
105 Mac computers could ride AI wave or be left behind
106 TSMC to launch chipmaking plant in Japan, but US plant to face delays
107 Most Asian markets rise after Wall St. record
108 Asian markets track Wall St. higher after tech surge
109 Tens of thousands sign up for French electric car leasing scheme
110 China urges end of 'harassment' of vessels in Red Sea
111 Cobalt-free batteries could power cars of the future
112 Oil demand growth to halve in 2024: IEA
113 Mass-producible miniature quantum memory
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