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1 Shuttle Endeavour prepares for final glide home
2 Shuttle in ISS re-approach sensor test
3 Endeavour Lands As Atlantis Rolls Out For Final Shuttle Launch
4 Looking at the volatile side of the Moon
5 Parts of moon interior as wet as Earth's upper mantle
6 US astronaut fears 'memory' gap after shuttle ends
7 New NASA Map Reveals Tropical Forest Carbon Storage
8 A Night with the a Conference Room
9 Astronomers in light battle in Arizona
10 Camera Duo on Mars Rover Mast Will Shoot Color
11 Mars Science Laboratory Mission Status Report
12 Mars Science Laboratory Aeroshell Delivered To Launch Site
13 Next Mars Rover Gets A Test Taste Of Mars Conditions
14 THAICOM Inks Major Agreement with MEASAT
15 Satellite and Radar Data Reveal Damage Track of Alabama Tornadic Thunderstorms
16 Foreign NGO says satellite images indicate war crimes in Sudan's Abyei
17 NASA sees a 14-mile-wide eye and powerful Super Typhoon Songda
18 For Aquarius, Sampling Seas No 'Grain of Salt' Task
19 NASA satellite helps find 17 Egypt pyramids
20 GMES Masters seeks innovative uses for Earth observation data
21 GOES-13 Satellite Video Close-Up of Deadly Joplin, Missouri Tornado
22 NASA/University Japan Quake Study Yields Surprises
23 NASA Mission Will Observe Earth's Salty Seas
24 A Rare Eclipse of the Midnight Sun
25 Four Solar, Two Moon Eclipses To Take Place In 2011
26 Lunar eclipse makes memorable solstice
27 NC State Students Look To Support Manned Mission To Mars
28 To Mars And Back--As Real As It Gets
29 Probing the Origins of Extreme Neutron Stars
30 NASA Scientists on the Trail of Mystery Molecules
31 Explosion Helps Researcher Spot Universe's Most Distant Object
32 Nearby Supernova Factory Ramps Up
33 Galaxy NGC 4214--A Star-Formation Laboratory
34 NASA's Fermi Spots 'Superflares' in the Crab Nebula
35 Mapping mayhem where Sun's magnetic influence wanes
36 A Timeline to Launch for the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer
37 'Dead' galaxies aren't so dead after all
38 The Shape of Mercury
39 Altimetry Is Defining Mercury's Shape
40 Measuring the Magnetic Field of Mercury
41 Opportunity Spies Outcrop Ahead
42 NASA's Spirit Rover Completes Mission on Mars
43 Mars Exploration Rover Spirit Laid To Rest
44 Endeavour Crater Just Three Miles Away For Opportunity Mars Rover
45 Mars Rover Driving Leaves Distinctive Tracks
46 A mole to explore the interior of Mars
47 Researchers develop environmentally friendly plastics
48 Dramatically raising low metal recycling rates part of path to green economy
49 China to step up fight against plastic addiction
50 Trash to treasure: Turning steel-mill waste into bricks
51 Low metal recycling threatens green economy: UN report
52 Karlsruhe Invisibility Cloak: Disappearing Visibly
53 Malaysians protest Australian rare earths plant
54 China slaps export quota on rare earth alloys
55 When is it worth the cost of remanufacturing
56 Shaking down frozen helium: In a 'supersolid' state, it has liquid-like characteristics
57 Research questions reality of supersolid in Helium-4
58 SES Signs Agreement For Internet Connectivity Across Africa
59 SES and Wananchi to launch powerful DTH line-up in East Africa
60 New synchrotron technique could see hidden building blocks of life
61 China's Fengyun-3B satellite goes into official operation
62 Nature's Best Magnifying Glass Views Eary [sic] Spiral Galaxy
63 The Spitzer Photo Atlas of Galactic Train Wrecks
64 Spitzer Sees Crystal 'Rain' in Outer Clouds of Infant Star
65 On-Orbit Orion MPCV Navigation System Tested During STS-134 Shuttle Mission
66 NASA and Hawaii Partner for Space Exploration
67 NASA is Making Hot, Way Cool
68 Starfighters Ready to Launch Research and Satellites
69 UA is Top University Contributing to Global Planetary Exploration Research
70 Success of GSAT-8 and Future of India's Space Programme
71 AsiaSat Announces Expansion of the Tai Po Earth Station in Hong Kong
72 NASA's NPP Satellite Completes Thermal Vac Testing
73 Orbit Raising Operation of GSAT-8 Satellite Conducted Successfully
74 GMV provides the flight dynamics system for the O3b constellation
75 DAICHI (ALOS) Operations Completed
76 Mayflower Test Satellite Proves Successful During Recent SpaceX Mission
77 Broadband Lidar Instrument Successfully Tested on NASA's DC-8
78 Building the future at ESA--ESA Bulletin 146
79 Out-of-this-world ideas on offer
80 James Webb Space Telescope ISIM on Spin Cycle
81 Stars help to track space junk
82 NNSA Announces New Space Debris Modeling
83 Payload processing underway for ASTRA 1N
84 Foraging animals not as random as we think
85 Flu shot may prevent pre-term births
86 Biomarker research is often exaggerated
87 Endeavour space shuttle makes last touch-down
88 Striking view of 'Milky Way twin'
89 Japan nuclear: UN says tsunami risk was underestimated
90 US Pentagon to treat cyber-attacks as 'acts of war'
91 Skygazers set for partial eclipse
92 Brazil 'to step up Amazon activists' protection'
93 Deadly E. coli infections still rising in Germany
94 Mobiles 'may cause brain cancer'
95 Acid oceans turn 'Finding Nemo' fish deaf
96 Marlborough Mound: 'Merlin's burial place' built in 2400 BC
97 Double whammy for the disappearing frogs
98 Britain's beaver reintroduction stirs controversy
99 E. coli outbreak in Germany: Women more affected
100 Yemen: Street battles in Sanaa 'kill 39'
101 Yemen crisis: Saleh 'looking for better deal'
102 Tourists shun town after Bin Laden raid
103 SPF15 sun cream 'not strong enough'
104 Wreckage is from 'pristine star'
105 US man held for 'Thai monarchy insult' appeals to Obama
106 Metropolitan Opera stars quit Japanese tour
107 Cisco predicts internet device boom
108 Radioplayer listening figures 'encouraging'
109 Apple to unveil own cloud service
110 Breaking news: The web isn't beyond the law
111 says it wants to become more social
112 New push aims to find cure for Aids virus
113 Expert calls for hair extension ban after damage rises
114 Cisco Sees Web Traffic Up 4x By 2015 To Almost A Zettabyte
115 Why physical media still matters
116 Intel outlines 'ultrabook' device category
117 Global Internet Traffic Projected to Quadruple by 2015