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1 SpaceX launches 1st commercial rocket into orbit
2 Maine spared rare hit by hurricane, Kyle in Canada
3 Europe's space freighter destroyed in suicide dive
4 Griffin: Lasers Key to NASA's Next In-Space Comm Network
5 China hails spacewalk 'heroes' and sets eyes on moon
6 Scientists pinpoint genetic driver of narcolepsy
7 Japan's Sanyo to build new US plant
8 Wind and Snow Do Strange Things on Mars
9 Even Viruses Catch Viruses
10 NASA may delay mission to repair Hubble telescope
11 Hawaii judge stops doomsday lawsuit over collider
12 Mexico pushes national campaign to lose weight
13 Migraines More Frequent, Intense in Overweight Kids
14 Horny Goat Weed may offer Viagra alternative
15 Many cancer patients forgo painkillers
16 3M Injected Drug Users Worldwide Could Be HIV-Positive
17 Health Tip: Does Your Child Need a Nap?
18 The brains behind a blade runner
19 Australian woman unable to open eyes three days a week: report
20 Artist Builds Temple of Science
21 SpaceX Did It--Falcon 1 Made it to Space
22 Space Visionaries Prove Naysayers Wrong--Again
23 Parag Khanna: Embrace the Post-American Age
24 As America Implodes, The Bike Industry Booms
25 Mark Smolinski: Detect Epidemics Before They Start
26 Big Honkin' EV Hauls 345 Tons
27 UCLA group discovers humongous prime number
28 Natural Materials Making a Comeback in Tech Cycling World
29 Pentagon Swaps Killer Drone for Hollywood Access
30 Obama's Spies, McCain's CIA
31 Governator Terminates Texting While Driving
32 A Week Without a Cellphone: The Results
33 Beach-Goers Stung by Jellyfish
34 Apple Faces iTunes Test Case in Norway
35 Spacewalk Accomplished, China Sets Sights on the Moon
36 'Deliver Us From Evil Blogging'
37 Strategies for the Energy Crisis
38 MySpace Songs Launch Irks Independent Music Group
39 SpaceX Launches 1st Commercial Rocket Into Orbait [sic]
40 Squeakers
41 Keeping Grandma and Grandpa Flu-Free
42 Scientists Discover Narcolepsy Gene
43 Germy Docs Plaguing Your Hospital? Yes and No
44 Virginity Pledges Can Work for Some
45 'Chemical equator' keeps southern air clean
46 Genetic 'defect' linked to narcolepsy
47 China targets space station, moon
48 Sprint Debuts 'XOHM' WiMax In Baltimore
49 Sprint flips the switch on Xohm: WiMAX now live in Baltimore
50 Private Company Launches Its Rocket Into Orbit
51 Groundbreaking Chinese astronauts return as heroes
52 Is Motorola Now Saying 'Hello Android?'
53 Can Android Save Motorola?
54 Motorola Is Going Android, Nokia Might Follow
55 Web Radio Compromise Bill Passes House
56 Hubble trouble may delay next shuttle flight
57 Apple Irks iPhone Developers With App Store Restrictions
58 Apple rearranges App Store, No Aggregate Categories
59 Apple releases unlocked iPhone 3G in Hong Kong
60 Apple Increases Price for Unlocked 3G iPhone
61 '60 Minutes': Inside the Collider
62 UCLA Mathematicians Discover 13-Million-Digit Prime Number
63 Largest known prime number found
64 Cadbury recalls Chinese-made candy in chemical scare
65 Cadbury finds melamine in recalled food: spokesman
66 Heinz to Stop Using Milk Made in China
67 Hershey, Mars say their candy safe from melamine
68 Cadbury says Chinese-made chocolate have melamine
69 On energy drinks Terrell Owens is not your doctor
70 Safety issues associated with energy drinks
71 Governor vetoes California stem cell bill
72 Stem cells: Time to make good on promises
73 McCain's Stem Cell Ad Annoys Some Conservatives
74 New Discovery in Stem Cell Field Improves the Cell Reprogramming Technique
75 Newborn left on Federal Way church steps
76 Veterans Affairs reclassifies ALS as service-related disability
77 Bonitan battles disease, hopes to be part of cure
78 Schwarzenegger grapples with new medical insurance laws
79 Wider Insurance Coverage To Push California's Heath Policy Premium By $383 Million A Year
80 Calif. law lets farm stands sell packaged produce
81 Brain's Hub of Fear Found
82 Global Warming Costs Starfish an Arm and a Leg
83 How 'Photo 51' Changed the World [DNA]
84 Survey Says: Polls Have Problems
85 Video Gamers Surprisingly Fit and Older
86 Why Old Athletes Come Back
87 How the jellyfish got its sting
88 Underwater cleaners keep the peace
89 Silicon highlights remaining questions over anthrax investigation
90 Sunspot-hurricane link proposed
91 Instant auctions could replace cellphone contracts
92 Lung treatment breathes new life into flu vaccines
93 Hollywood cut secret deals to promote smoking
94 Neil Armstrong makes rare speech as NASA turns 50
95 Galaxy flow hints at huge masses over cosmic horizon
96 Stem cells created without cancer-causing viruses
97 Gallery: Stunning visualizations of science
98 Polygamy left its mark on the human genome
99 Controversial autism therapy trial scrapped
100 Discovery of world's oldest rocks challenged
101 Sun's siblings may have seeded Earth life
102 Sound forces liquid lenses into faster focus
103 UN urged to coordinate killer asteroid defences
104 Billions pledged to aid fight against malaria
105 Invention: Universal detector
106 Horny goat weed could be better than Viagra
107 'Cod delusion' leaves devastated stocks on the brink
108 Giant impact explains Mars's wonky magnetic field
109 Mars iron is ideal for building future bases
110 The smell of death sends mites to sleep
111 Enzyme blocks bug-induced secondary illnesses
112 China celebrates success of third crewed spaceflight
113 Bionic hands get the sensitive touch
114 Heroic ants pay the ultimate price to safeguard nest
115 In the language of love, money talks
116 Invisibility cloaks could take sting out of tsunamis
117 Europe should spend now to avoid climate catastrophes
118 Carbon-trading scheme gets underway in US
119 Fuel thinner turns diesel cars into greener machines
120 Private rocket achieves orbit on fourth try
121 Hubble repair mission may be delayed to 2009
122 Bomb Squad Diary
123 The Steampunk Contraptors
124 Fungi Self-Training Gene Prediction Program Developed
125 Experiment Demonstrates 110 Years of Sustainable Agriculture
126 Engineers Aim to Solve 'Burning' Computer Problem
127 100 Years of Ammonia Synthesis: How a Single Patent Changed the World
128 New Micro Honeycomb Materials Reduce Aircraft Noise
129 Theory Explains Mysterious Nature of Glass
130 New Formula Predicts How People Will Migrate in Coming Decades
131 Swapping Land for a Road to Somewhere Divides Alaskans
132 NASA May Delay Repair Mission to Hubble
133 CSIRO welcomes 'Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute' initiative
134 Indian spice reduces size of haemorrhagic stroke
135 More evidence that autonomous agents are emerging from the laboratory
136 Similarity of urban flora
137 Judge calls time on Italy's groundhog day
138 Poachers walk free as assault on Zimbabwe rhinos escalates
139 Cod takes a battering
140 Car free day tries to drive home lessons of 'Green Olympics'
141 Phoenix sees falling snow on Mars
142 China astronauts return as heroes after historic spacewalk
143 Good Grades For Shenzhou 7
144 X-Ray Specs Ready To Eye The Moon
145 The Ancient Rains Of Mars
146 Stone-6 Artificial Meteorite Shows Martian Impactors Could Carry Traces Of Life
147 Opportunity Slipping Like A Dune Buggy
148 Mars Rover To Head Toward Bigger Crater
149 MRO Reveals Rock Fracture Plumbing On Mars
150 China plans manned trip to moon after successful mission
151 US operates anti-missile radar in Israel: report
152 Europe All Set For Lunar Mission Chandrayaan-1