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1 NASA spacecraft is first to orbit Mercury
2 MESSENGER Begins Historic Orbit Around Mercury
3 Cassini Sees Seasonal Rains Transform Titan's Surface
4 First Messenger Image From Orbit Planned For March 29
5 Iran Sends Rocket, Capsule Into Space
6 Launch Of New ISS mission Slated For April 5
7 Europe agrees to space station extension
8 When A Bus Becomes A Satellite
9 Arachnophobes Beware: Hubble Snaps Close-Up Of The Tarantula
10 An Old Galaxy Cluster Discovered In The Young Universe
11 Elephant Trunks In Space
12 ASC Signal to Demonstrate Next Gen. Controller
13 LockMart GPS III Team Completes Key Flight Software Milestone
14 N. Korea rejects Seoul's plea to stop jamming signals
15 Joint STARS Demos Multispectral Intelligence Sensor Integrated Into New KAB
16 USAF And LockMart Deliver First-Of-Its-Kind Missile Warning Spacecraft
17 Newborn Stars Wreak Havoc In Their Nursery
18 Astronomers detect 'room temperature' star
19 Herschel Finds Less Dark Matter But More Stars
20 Reflected Glory
21 New View Of Family Life In The North American Nebula
22 NASA's "COSmIC" Simulator Helps Fingerprint Unknown Matter In Space
23 Working Together To Take The Pulse Of The Universe
24 Second Sun May Appear At Any Moment
25 Swift Survey Finds 'Missing' Active Galaxies
26 The Orion Nebula: Still Full Of Surprises
27 Discovery Of A Pulsating Star That Hosts A Giant Planet
28 Chandra Images Torrent Of Star Formation
29 National Flooding Exercise Hones Use Of Satellites To Improve Disaster Mitigation
30 Advanced Emulation Accelerates Deployment Of Military Network Technologies
31 Russia rules out taking part as West mobilises for Libya attacks
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33 Military strikes on Libya within hours: France
34 Libyan rebels celebrate as UN okays air strikes
35 UN backs Libya air strikes, Kadhafi defiant
36 Pakistan demands US apology for deadly drone strike
37 Seoul looks to speed up aircraft purchase
38 Russia's $650bn arms drive 'senseless': developer
39 U.S. defense industry depends on Mideast
40 Report: Brazil's military wares obsolete
41 US Marine Corps buying 80 F-35C fighter jets
42 Army Deploying 'Individual Gunshot Detector'
43 Fuel Cell Milestone Validates Potential In-Theater Use
44 Britain won't scrap spy planes
45 Excalibur: Turning 'Artillery Cannon Into A Sniper Rifle'
46 'Air laser' could find bombs at a distance
47 ONR Achieves Milestone In Free Electron Laser Program
48 Joint High Power Solid State Laser Keeps Lasing And Lasing
49 Maritime Laser System Shows Higher Lethality At Longer Ranges
50 Lasers could protect helicopters from harm
51 New System Developed To Test And Evaluate High-Energy Laser Weapons
52 Truck-borne laser weapon to be on way soon
53 Phalanx Sensors Used In Laser Shoot Down Of Airborne Targets
54 Single Directed Energy Systems Team Created in Albuquerque
55 First Chinese American named Beijing envoy
56 IAI unveils tilt-rotor 'Ghost' UAV
57 Dalai Lama rejects pleas to reconsider retirement
58 Japan disaster offers hope for diplomatic opening
59 Japan disaster dead, missing toll tops 16,600: police
60 Cuts could cripple US tsunami warning: Official
61 Tsunami alert system to be tested in Caribbean
62 Dairy Farmer Finds Unusual Forage Grass
63 Russia's Chukotka backs polar bear hunting
64 Tainted pork is latest food scandal to hit China
65 Seedless Cherimoya, The Next Banana
66 Untapped Crop Data From Africa Predicts Corn Peril If Temperatures Rise
67 Nairobi criminals dump old ways and go organic
68 Arab world faces more food crises
69 Study Shows No-Till's Benefits For Pacific Northwest Wheat Growers
70 Philippines to fight invading species
71 Humans Give Prey The Edge In Food Web
72 Asia rice output threatened by pesticide overuse
73 Diversifying Crops May Protect Yields Against A More Variable Climate
74 Invasive Species Widespread, But Not More Than At Home Range
75 Amid wine boom, Chinese buy up Bordeaux chateaux
76 High food prices threaten seething Mideast
77 Transitioning To Organic Farming
78 Multiple Approaches Necessary To Tackle World's Food Problems
79 Why Are Vines Overtaking The American Tropics
80 Two New Plants Discovered In Spain
81 Planet could be 'unrecognizable' by 2050
82 Toward Controlling Fungus That Caused Irish Potato Famine
83 Choosing Organic Milk Could Offset Effects Of Climate Change
84 Xcel Energy And SunPower Complete 19MW Solar PV Plant
85 Solar Power Systems Could Lighten The Load For British Soldiers
86 China says over 2,400 dead in coal mines in 2010
87 Japan weighs need to bury nuclear plant; tries to restore power
88 For Japan tsunami survivors, woes keep mounting
89 Special report: Mistakes, misfortune, meltdown: Japan's quake
90 An Icy Gaze Into the Big Bang: Quantum Physicists Pave the Way for Investigating New States of Matter in Ultracold Atom Mixtures
91 New Insight Into the Brain's Ability to Reorganize Itself
92 NASA's MESSENGER Spacecraft Begins Historic Orbit Around Mercury
93 Flowering Plant Study 'Catches Evolution in the Act'
94 A New Evolutionary History of Primates
95 Biodiversity Conservation: Zoos Urged to Breed Animals from Threatened Populations
96 Cassini Sees Seasonal Rains Transform Surface of Saturn's Moon Titan
97 E. Coli Engineered to Produce Record-Setting Amounts of Alternative Fuel
98 Fossils Record Reveals Ancient Migrations, Trilobite Mass Matings
99 New Laser Technique Opens Doors for Drug Discovery
100 World First: Localized Delivery of an Anti-Cancer Drug by Remote-Controlled Microcarriers
101 Graphene Cloak Protects Bacteria, Leading to Better Images
102 Personlized Dendritic Cell Vaccine Increases Survival in Patients With Deadly Brain Cancer
103 Green Sludge Can Protect Groundwater from Radioactive Contamination, Study Suggests
104 Cranky? On a Diet? How Self-Control Leads to Anger
105 Survival Matching Should Be Used to Allocate Donated Kidneys to Transplant Recipients, Experts Urge
106 How Breast Cell Communities Organize Into Breast Tissue
107 Convenient Blood Test Not as Effective for Diagnosing Diabetes in Children, Study Shows
108 Heart Damage Improves, Reverses After Stem Cell Injections in a Preliminary Human Trial
109 Daily Home Dialysis Makes 'Restless Legs' Better
110 Possible Biomarker and Therapeutic Target for Melanoma Discovered
111 Scientists ID Possible Biomarker to Gauge Alzheimer's Prognosis, Effect of Therapies
112 Experimental Philosophy Opens New Avenues Into Old Questions
113 Stroke Incidence Higher Among Patients With Certain Type of Retinal Vascular Disease
114 Adults With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Score High in Creativity
115 Resveratrol May Be Useful Tool for Reducing Body Fat
116 Psychologists Design 60-Minute Exercise That Raises GPAs of Minority Students
117 Life Expectancy Rising in UK and Europe Despite Obesity Epidemic
118 Gardening Linked to Increased Vegetable Consumption in Older Adults
119 Three in Four Domestic Violence Victims Go Unidentified in Emergency Rooms, New Study Shows
120 A Mutation Causing Wrinkled Skin of Shar-Pei Dogs Is Linked to Periodic Fever Disorder
121 Vitamin A Plays Key Role in the Human Body, Study Suggests
122 Why Are the Elderly So Vulnerable to Pneunomia?
123 Not So Eagle Eyed: New Study Reveals Why Birds Collide With Human-Made Objects
124 Rare Andean Cat No Longer Exclusive to the Andes
125 Sink or Source? A New Model to Measure Organic Carbon in Surface Waters
126 Intervention Offers 'Best Chance' to Save Species Endangered by Climate Change, Expert Argues
127 New Technique Enables Much Faster Production of Inexpensive Solar Cells
128 Saint Patrick Didn't Have It Easy...but at Least the Food Wasn't Bad
129 Ancient 'Hyperthermals' Serve as Guide to Anticipated Climate Changes; Sudden Global Warming Events More Frequent?
130 High-Tech Concrete Technology Has a Famous Past
131 Neanderthals Were Nifty at Controlling Fire
132 Chilly Times for Chinese Dinosaurs: Abundance of Feathered Dinosaurs During Temperate Climate With Harsh Winters
133 NASA's Prolific Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Reaches Five-Year Mark
134 NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Delivers Treasure Trove of Data
135 Hubble Snaps Close-Up of Tarantula Nebula
136 NASA's Hubble Rules out One Alternative to Dark Energy
137 Tying the Knot With Computer-Generated Holograms: Winding Optical Path Moves Matter
138 Electric Grid Reliability: Increasing Energy Storage in Vanadium Redox Batteries by 70 Percent
139 Quantum Cryptography? Physicists Move Closer to Efficient Single-Photon Sources
140 Room-Temperature Spintronic Computers Coming Soon? Silicon Spin Transistors Heat Up and Spins Last Longer
141 Mini Disks for Data Storage: Slanted Edges Favor Tiny Magnetic Vortices
142 Ferroelectric Materials Discovery Could Lead to Better Memory Chips
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