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1 Lab mimicry opens a window to the deep interiors of stars and planets
2 Distant Black Hole Wave Twists like Giant Whip
3 Huge new survey to shine light on dark matter
4 Dark matter map begins to reveal the universe's early history
5 Over 800 dark galaxies found in the famous Coma Cluster
6 Unlocking the secrets of dark matter and dark energy
7 Fresh theories about dark matter
8 The Dark Matter 'conspiracy'
9 The Dark Matter Conspiracy
10 Dark Energy Survey creates detailed guide to spotting dark matter
11 New clue sheds some light on mysterious 'dark matter'
12 Dark matter even darker than once thought
13 NASA's Hubble, Chandra Find Clues that May Help Identify Dark Matter
14 Dark matter not as sticky as once thought
15 Rare dwarf galaxy candidates found in Dark Energy Survey data
16 UGR scientists provide new data on the nature of dark matter
17 Does dark matter cause mass extinctions and geologic upheavals
18 Dark matter guides growth of supermassive black holes
19 Lifting the veil on a dark galaxy
20 Dark matter at the heart of our galaxy
21 Could a new proposed particle help to detect dark matter?
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23 Galactic bubbles offer clues to dark matter
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25 Decoding the gravitational evolution of dark matter halos
26 Researchers detect possible signal from dark matter
27 A galaxy in bloom
28 Astronomers find a massive black hole that outgrew its galaxy
29 A precocious black hole
30 Student Dust Counter Provides Clues About Solar System
31 NASA Missions Have Their Eyes Peeled on Pluto
32 ESO Signs Contract for Deformable Shell Mirrors for E-ELT
33 Eyeing up Earth-like planets with the James Webb Space Telescope
34 Astronomers teach a machine how to 'see'
35 Astronomers call on peers to dream up deep-space telescope of the future
36 NASA Technology Protects Webb Telescope from Contamination
37 Revolutionary New High-speed Infrared Detector Sees First Light
38 ALMA uses gravity lens to image huge galaxy near edge of universe
39 Construction to Begin on Largest Optical Telescope
40 Engineers Conduct "Heart Surgery" on the Webb Telescope
41 WISE Discovers Most Luminous Galaxy in Universe
42 Russian Scientists Launch Deep-Sea Neutrino Telescope into Lake Baikal
43 First Light of New Laser at Paranal
44 15 million euro boost for European astronomy
45 How a New Telescope Will Measure the Expansion of the Universe
46 Most powerful space telescope ever to launch in 2018
47 Canada's commits to funding Thirty Meter Telescope
48 Planck: An 'unfocused' eye that sees the big picture
49 The most accurate clock ever made
50 A kinder, more personal cancer treatment
51 Crack addicts hooked on their environment
52 Space radiation might affect how astronauts think
53 Cosmic rays reveal thunderstorm secrets
54 Solving the global water crisis with bubbles
55 One blood type for all looks within reach
56 El Nino is back--better get used to it
57 A leap forward in the hunt for Earth-like planets
58 The most ancient evidence of life on Earth?
59 The germ at the scene of the crime
60 Making a robot with bat powers
61 Oldest stone tools ever found
62 Best of the Cosmos blog
63 Moving a robot arm with your mind
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65 Concrete buildings that heal themselves
66 A lifelong flu shot moves closer
67 Merging galaxies: the bigger guy wins
68 Lighting up the brain
69 Top picks from our news blog
70 Metal with a memory
71 Tracking the violence in the Sun
72 The lymphatic drain inside your brain
73 Thornbills cry wolf in many voices
74 What on Ceres are those bright spots?
75 Time travel and the single atom
76 Finding traces of life in dinosaur bones
77 Lab Talk: How to punch big holes in cells
78 Wild ride for Pluto and its moons
79 A dying cell's last act
80 Signs of life in meteorites from Mars?
81 The rare birds being loved to extinction
82 Found: the first stars in creation
83 The obesity fighting mushroom
84 Measuring the sixth mass extinction
85 The end of space exploration?
86 Turbine blades inspired by owls
87 Smog can trigger floods and tornadoes
88 How a flu jab triggered narcolepsy
89 Charting the molecular diversity on human skin
90 When flatworms can't find a mate, they self-fertilize
91 Rosetta spots sinkholes on comet 67P
92 Study: South Africans used milk-based paint 49,000 years ago
93 Scientists discover oldest Jesus lizard in Wyoming
94 Curiosity rover back to work, studying rock-layer contact zone
95 New forensics technique calculates exact time of death
96 Close stellar encounter to produce energetic fireworks
97 Study: Mass shootings in the U.S. appear to be contagious
98 Scientists sequence entire woolly mammoth genome
99 Scientists look at how climate change could impact landscapes
100 Russian rocket successfully launches, en route to ISS
101 Robot researchers say seahorse tails can inspire stronger bots
102 Scientists, feds aim to curb spread of brucellosis in Yellowstone
103 Young mice exposed to feline urine less likely to escape cats
104 Spiders can sail the oceans like ships
105 Solar Impulse 2 completes longest solar-powered flight
106 Lazy ants slack off while their comrades work extra hard
107 French frigate Hermione parades down the Hudson River
108 'Pac-Man' space probe to gobble-up space debris
109 Adidas builds shoes from ocean trash
110 New leafhopper species found in New Jersey Pine Barrens