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1 The ultimate trade-off: Eunuchs live longer
2 Could Viagra help save tigers?
3 Study finds virus potential cure for acne
4 Mars rover examines rock close up
5 First James Webb telescope mirrors delivered to NASA
6 Endurance: 'Still time' for Shackleton centenary search
7 Deal to turn whisky 'leftovers' into biofuel for cars
8 Amnesty and Greenpeace in Trafigura investigation call
9 Chile hopes earthquake technology can help save lives
10 UFO hunters: They are still watching
11 Barack Obama delivers UN General Assembly speech
12 BBC apology to Queen over Abu Hamza disclosure
13 China's first aircraft carrier enters service
14 Drones in Pakistan traumatise civilians, US report says
15 Sao Paulo: A city with 180km traffic jams
16 Syria child trauma 'appalling'--Save the Children
17 Denmark tightens sperm donor law after NF1 transmissions
18 Megan Stammers search: 'Friends may know where she planned to go'
19 Kenya MP Ferdinand Waititu accused of 'hate speech'
20 The workplaces building Africa's business future
21 An Ethiopian hero of the Korean War
22 Egyptian jihadist's path to Syria
23 Foam swept in as gales hit Scotland
24 Toys R Us sued over Tabeo tablet computer by Fuhu
25 Flooding in Northumberland, Tyne and Wear and County Durham
26 US doctors say trampolines are a danger to kids
27 MySpace undergoes another facelift
28 Stevie Wonder blackmail case: Pair plead no contest
29 Key U.S. weather satellite fails
30 Dipping into the deep: Mission explores Tonga Trench
31 Google Maps app not planned for iPhone 5
32 Heisenberg's uncertainty principle gets less certain
33 Curiosity rover touches first Martian rock
34 Sounds of space: NASA records audible "chorus" beyond Earth
35 Can whisky help solve the world's food and fuel shortages?
36 Caught on tape: dolphin's birth
37 Amtrak testing new high speed rail service along Northeast Corridor
38 Panda cub that died at U.S. zoo had liver issues
39 Facebook responds to allegations that private messages are showing up on Timeline
40 New York Times closes on $300M sale of About Group
41 Friend mining: Facebook preps for social search future
42 Controversial Monday Night Football ending puts replacement officials back in spotlight
43 NFL to teams: Stop berating replacement refs
44 Amy Bishop, ex-Univ. of Ala. professor who pleaded guilty to shooting six people, sentenced to life in prison
45 Oldest-Ever Footprints Scrambles Dinosaur Origin Theory
46 Einstein's brain is now interactive iPad app
47 Micro-apartments could get big San Francisco boost
48 L.A. braces for "Carmageddon II"
49 First "zombie bees" reported in Wash. state
50 Feds warn hospitals over Medicare fraud
51 FBI agent accused of using foreign prostitutes
52 Man dead in home burned by S. Calif. wildfire
53 No sign of NC convicted killer who escaped Sunday
54 Iran's president dismisses threats on nuke program
55 Appeals absolve Army Corps over Katrina liability
56 Attack by Iran's Ahmadinejad sparks Israel walkout
57 Princeton Review's top 20 party, sober schools
58 Man drives Lexus into Calif. swimming pool
59 USADA head Travis Tygart: I received death threats during Lance Armstrong investigation
60 Body of missing N.C. teen, Ken McLaurin Jr., believed found; 4 suspects charged
61 Pregnant inmate escapes from Ind. hospital, police searching
62 St. Maarten Murder: Suspect arrested in the slaying of wealthy S.C. couple found dead in their Caribbean home
63 Daughter won't get dad a beer...so he calls 911
64 San Diego man burns woman in random acid attack, report says
65 Pictures of reported Arnold Schwarzenegger love child mother Mildred Baena surface
66 Boston fisherman hooks handgun
67 Report: Ex-Wall Street brokerJames Owen kills wife, self in Conn.
68 Mayor Bloomberg eyes junk food at hospitals for next NYC obesity measure
69 APA urges psychotherapy as depression treatment before pills
70 Peanut butter recall over salmonella expands to 76 products
71 Girl diagnosed with autism and DiGeorge syndrome memorizes entire Coppelia ballet
72 Slow-moving rocks better odds that life crashed to Earth from space
73 A windshield wiper for Mars dust
74 India to launch Mars mission in 2013: official
75 Squyres Warns Congress of Threats to Mars Program
76 Next Mars Mission Enters Final Phase Before Launch
77 Lockheed Martin Begins Final Assembly of NASA's MAVEN Spacecraft
78 India: From Ferrying Rockets on Cycles to Eyeing Mars
79 Life in the extreme
80 Curious About Life: Interview with David Blake
81 We are not alone
82 A Clock that Will Last Forever
83 Spacetime: A Smoother Brew Than We Knew
84 'Cry' of a Shredded Star Heralds a New Era for Testing Relativity
85 A wrinkle in space-time
86 Time in Space, A Space in Time
87 NASA's Chandra Shows Milky Way is Surrounded by Halo of Hot Gas
88 The Milky Way now has a twin or two
89 Seeds of Massive Black Holes Found at the Center of the Milky Way Galaxy
90 Milky Way struck 100 million years ago, still rings like a bell
91 Is NASA's Voyager about to leave the Solar System?
92 Why Curiosity Matters
93 Curiosity's Stars and Stripes
94 NASA Mars Rover Targets Unusual Rock En Route to First Destination
95 NASA-JPL director Charles Elachi talks about latest Mars mission
96 China Spacesat gets 18-million-USD gov't support
97 China's manned spacecraft in final preparations for mid-June launch
98 Russia's First Private Satellite to Be Launched in 2013
99 Lockheed Martin Achieves Key Software Milestone for Iridium NEXT Communications Satellite
100 Lockheed Martin Delivers Propulsion Core for the First GPS III Satellite
101 China launches another 2 navigation system satellites
102 Improved positioning indoors
103 ITT Exelis announces new capability in GPS interference, detection and geolocation
104 Northrop Grumman to Improve Performance of MEMS Inertial Sensors for DARPA
105 Robotic Arm Tools Get to Work
106 Opportunity Begins Examining Clay Minerals
107 NASA Mars Rover Opportunity Reveals Geological Mystery
108 Opportunity Exceeds 35 Kilometers of Driving!
109 Data that lives forever is possible: Japan's Hitachi
110 Less wear, longer life for memory storage device
111 Estonian first graders to learn computer code
112 China's Baidu to invest $1.6bn in cloud computing
113 Brazil bids to become world's third IT market by 2022
114 UCSB researchers demonstrate that 15=3x5 about half of the time
115 Apple co-founder Wozniak sees trouble in the cloud
116 Oracle agrees to $306mn settlement in SAP case
117 10-year-old problem in theoretical computer science falls
118 MSU attracts NASA attention with computer system for space
119 New Notre Dame research raises questions about iris recognition systems
120 New Dell fund will invest in data storage technology
121 Microsoft revamps Office with 'cloud' links
122 BGI demonstrated genomic data transfer at nearly 10GB per second between US and China
123 Drink, flirt, stumble home: there's a beer fest app for that
124 Russian scientists one step from creating AI?
125 'Frankenstein' computer program created
126 Is This Real or Just Fantasy? ONR Augmented-Reality Initiative Progresses
127 The eyes have it for disabled gamers
128 NASA Selects Space Launch System Advanced Development Proposals
129 Space formula of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
130 Discovery of an Ancient Celestial City Undergoing Rapid Growth
131 California Governor Signs the Spaceflight Liability and Immunity Act
132 Processing is underway with the next Automated Transfer Vehicle to be orbited by Arianespace
133 Astrochemistry Enters a Bold New Era with ALMA
134 NASA Telescopes Spy Ultra-Distant Galaxy
135 Largest Magnetic Field Around Massive Star
136 A celestial witch's broom?
137 Stars "Missing In Action" Now Counted
138 Orbiting Solar Fleet Peers Into Coronal Cavities
139 Basic solar system measure redefined
140 ACE, Workhorse Of NASA's Heliophysics Fleet, Is 15
141 Los Alamos Provides Hope For Radiation Belt Storm Probes
142 NuSTAR Celebrates First 100 Days
143 Spacetime ripples from dying black holes could help reveal how they formed
144 NASA's WISE Survey Uncovers Millions of Black Holes
145 New 3D Map of Massive Galaxies and Black Holes Offers Clues to Dark Matter, Dark Energy
146 How to build a middleweight black hole
147 Belching black hole proves a biggie
148 Youris: A Black Hole's Dinner
149 Stars, Jets and Batteries
150 US space shuttle lands in LA after final flight
151 Now it's official: Astronomical Unit endorsed by world body
152 Large Monolithic Imager sees first light on the Discovery Channel Telescope
153 One Degree Imager Debuts at WIYN Telescope at KPNO
154 Hyper Suprime-Cam Ushers In A New Era Of Observational Astronomy
155 New JWST Video Takes Viewers 'Beyond the Visible Light'
156 Yes, the James Webb Space Telescope Mirrors 'Can'
157 General Dynamics to Deliver Antennas for Largest, Most Powerful Radio Telescope in Southern Hemisphere
158 Atsa Team Successfully Fits Observatory Camera in XCOR Spacecraft
159 NO Releases Final Version of CCD Astrograph Star Catalog
160 New online portal launched for astronomical heritage protection
161 Astronomy heritage sites get protection
162 The Webb Telescope's 'Golden Spider'
163 New Video Reveals the JWST's Canadian 'Dynamic Duo'
164 Knight Foundation invests to accelerate data projects
165 Fueling underway with the Galileo satellites for next Soyuz launch from French Guiana
166 First Images from SPOT 6 Satellite
167 Apple fans complain of missing landmarks in new map system
168 Pioneering UK project to improve land carbon intelligence accuracy and reliability
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