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1 Arctic once had extreme warm periods
2 'Odd couple' do extreme planet tango
3 Study puts cheetahs, greyhounds to the test
4 Rio summit: Little progress, 20 years on
5 Slowest Greenland sharks hunts sleeping prey
6 Bird flu 'could mutate to cause deadly human pandemic'
7 'Magnetic emulsions' could clean up oil spills
8 Poems and politics at the heart of Rio
9 Excitement builds over Higgs data
10 Could Portugal ever run entirely on green energy again?
11 Shortages: Looking to the future of Earth's resources
12 A cellar-by-cellar tour of Reims
13 Laser treatment for Earth-bound asteroids
14 Sandusky jury rehears key testimony
15 Turkish military jet 'downed by Syria' near border
16 Egypt anti-military protesters fill Tahrir Square
17 Tumour op in womb saves foetus
18 Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness to meet Queen
19 Blade Runner: Which predictions have come true?
20 Can statistics cut the cost of US healthcare?
21 Greece v. Germany, the bailout game
22 Are Iranians banned from buying iPads?
23 Giant cactus crushes Arizona city water worker
24 Zimbabwe's MPs to be circumcised in bid to fight HIV
25 Breivik trial ends in Norway with walkout by families
26 Eurozone four leaders agree economic growth package
27 Why companies must adopt the open source way
28 Twitter taken offline by 'cascading bug,' site confirms
29 India unblocks The Pirate Bay and other sharing sites
30 ICANN hire Fadi Chehade as new chief executive
31 Nintendo to revamp 3DS handheld with bigger screens
32 UN turns players into refugees in a new app
33 Computer virus hits office printers
34 Google denies preventing anti-competition probe
35 New site Megabox from Megaupload's Kim Dotcom
36 Alan Turing: Gay codebreaker's defiance keeps memory alive
37 Jihadists' Twitter presence becomes more sophisticated
38 Fun with coding
39 'More Europe!': Germany's battle-cry for the eurozone
40 Woman seeking elective amputation takes next step
41 Rare hat-shaped cloud in Japan
42 Pakistan's ruinous political farce
43 Space shuttle encased in inflatable shelter in NYC
44 Microsoft's Surface tablet said to come with only Wi-Fi
45 Twitter taken down by nasty "cascaded" bug
46 Why do Nigerian email scammers say they're from Nigeria?
47 Twitter site down for brief outage
48 Bus monitor bullied video goes viral, inspires $223,000 in donations
49 Secret to cheetahs' speedy stride found
50 Google launches Endangered Languages Project
51 Karen Klein's school bus bullies receive death threats
52 Bullied school bus monitor finds online support
53 Jerry Sandusky trial: Jury resumes work unaware of new allegation
54 Sandusky's son says his father abused him; case goes to jury
55 Flipboard launches on Android, Samsung Galaxy S III
56 Mt. Rainier ranger dies while rescuing climbers
57 Mich. man gets wallet back 67 years later
58 Seattle cancer survivor allowed to swim topless
59 N/A
60 Target shooting blamed for 19 wildfires as dry ground makes ignition more likely
61 71 sickened after possible reaction at Ind. pool
62 Calif. woman who tried to sell baby gets 4 years
63 1 year after mobster's capture, little has changed
64 Ark. Supreme Court strikes down execution law
65 N/A
66 Supreme Court throws out TV cursing sanctions
67 Justice Dept. sues Ariz., Utah polygamous towns
68 Agency: Roche did not investigate 80,000 reports of possible side effects from U.S. drugs
69 Second of controversial bird flu studies published after terrorism debate
70 Merck's "Madagascar 3" kid's Claritin campaign draws FTC complaint from advocacy groups
71 Eating disorders may be common among women over 50
72 Retired teacher gets New England's first total artificial heart implant
73 That's No Lab, It's a Space Station
74 Backup Plans for Tiangong
75 Where Are The Metal Worlds And Is The Answer Blowing In The Wind
76 Astronomers with NASA's Kepler Mission find 'puzzling pair of planets'
77 Small Planets Don't Need 'Heavy Metal' Stars to Form
78 Designer elaborates on challenges facing Shenzhou-9 mission
79 Boeing Completes Key Reviews of Space Launch System
80 Flying to space is also women's work: Russian cosmonaut
81 The pressure is on for aquanauts
82 Complex Challenges Solved In Tech Meetings For Commercial Crew Program
83 Extensive water in Mars' interior
84 Ancient Volcanic Blast Provides More Evidence of Water on Early Mars
85 Antarctic salty soil sucks water out of atmosphere: Could it happen on Mars?
86 Surface of Mars an unlikely place for life after 600 million year drought
87 Metal-poor stars are rich with small planets
88 Russian Cosmonauts Have 'Alien Instructions'
89 CU-Boulder-led team finds microbes in extreme environment on South American volcanoes
90 Arctic bacteria help in the search to find life on moon Europa
91 Seeking Signs of Life at the Glacier's Edge
92 Famed US alien seeker shifts gaze back to Earth
93 Ammonites Found Mini Oases at Ancient Methane Seeps
94 Researchers Estimate Ice Content of Crater at Moon's South Pole
95 Researchers find evidence of ice content at the moon's south pole
96 Nanoparticles found in moon glass bubbles explain weird lunar soil behaviour
97 Satellites show less pollution from deforestation
98 Soil Moisture Climate Data Record observed from Space
99 BepiColombo Mercury Planetary Orbiter Mass Properties Measurements
100 Mercury's Magnetic Field Measured by MESSENGER Orbiter
101 Astronomers spy 2 planets in tight quarters as they orbit a distant star
102 Most Quasars Live on Snacks, Not Large Meals
103 Two NASA Visualizations Selected for Computers Graphics Showcase
104 Chance Alignment Between Galaxies Mimics a Cosmic Collision
105 Why Won't the Supernova Explode?
106 WISE Finds Few Brown Dwarfs Close to Home
107 DeLorme Releases New Features For inReach Two-Way Global Satellite Communicator
108 Teledyne to Develop Space-Based Digital Imaging Capability
109 Space is Big, But Getting Smaller
110 Plan to Counter Space Threats Proposed
111 Raytheon's Space Fence System Detects and Tracks Space Objects
112 Space Debris Remediation--Who Are We Kidding?
113 Soviet Weather Satellite Falls in Antarctica
114 DeLorme and Pivotel Partner to Deliver inReach Satellite Communicator in Australasia and Indonesia
115 Cambridge Consultants completes new trials on Iridium-based global push-to-talk radio system
116 SES Gathers Momentum In Asia-Pacific With Further Significant Fleet Investment
117 Seven scientists named as research team leaders for NSBRI
118 New Findings on Astronaut Vision Loss
119 Astronaut-inspired bone test could speed diagnoses
120 A Solution for Medical Needs and Cramped Quarters in Space
121 Scientists discover enzyme that could slow part of the aging process in astronauts
122 Add Salt? Astronauts' Bones Say Please Don't
123 Early Detection of Immune Changes Prevents Painful Shingles in Astronauts and Earth-Bound Patients
124 Astrogenetix and NASA Sign Agreement to Continue Developing Medicines in Space to Save Lives on Earth
125 NASA Selects Low Cost, High Science Earth Venture Space System
126 First Flight Instrument Delivered for James Webb
127 ESO To Build World's Biggest Eye On The Sky
128 Compact Blue Dwarf Can't Hide from Hubble
129 Atlas V Launches Launches NRO Spysat
130 Iran's Fajr 1 Delayed...... Again
131 Orbiter Out of Precautionary 'Safe Mode'
132 Via satellite: staying in touch at sea
133 Robotics 101--With NASA's Chris McQuin + Jaret Matthews