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1 Newfound Glow-in-the-Dark Fish Identified
2 Biohybrid Robots Built from Living Tissue Start to Take Shape
3 Can You Trick Your Body into Burning More Fat?
4 Ancient Greek Skeleton May Be Remains of Human Sacrifice to Zeus
5 These Jobs Are Linked to the Worst Heart Health
6 Should You Still Floss? Here's What the Experts Say
7 Greenland Sharks May Live 400 Years
8 Feeling Burned Out at Work? Study IDs 2 Key Reasons
9 Self-Destructing Battery Can Dissolve Itself in 30 Minutes
10 In a First, Drone Used to Collect Medical Samples from Rural Village
11 Giant Heart: Unusual Condition Means Heart is 80% of Man's Chest
12 Newfound Galapagos Bird Species Already Went Extinct
13 'Crypto' Parasite Outbreak in Ohio Pools Sickens More than 100 Swimmers
14 Skydivers Transform into 'Shooting Stars' During Perseid Meteor Shower
15 'Superlens' Sets New Limits on What You Can See Under a Microscope
16 'Vegetarian Piranhas' with Human-Like Teeth Found in Michigan Lakes
17 Stretchy, Transparent Gaming Controller Acts like a Second Skin
18 Here's What Olympians Eat for Each Sport
19 The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
20 'Mediterranean Lifestyle' Linked to Lower Depression Risk
21 Does Sugar Make Kids Hyper?
22 Oldest Gold Artifact Found in Bulgaria
23 Here's How Much of Your Suntan Comes from Beyond Our Galaxy
24 Political Psychology: The Presidents' Mental Health
25 Kids' Behavior Linked to Moms' Acetaminophen Use During Pregnancy
26 Brain Region Associated with Generosity Uncovered
27 New Medical Marijuana Policy Is a Catch-22, Researchers Say
28 Book Excerpt: 'But What if We're Wrong?' (US 2016)
29 What if We're Wrong? History Suggests Everything Will Be Disproved
30 Hubble Telescope Views Remnants of a Dead Star
31 New Deep View of the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds
32 New View of Saturn's A and F Rings
33 Spitzer Provides Astronomers with a New Way to See the Milky Way's Giant Black Hole
34 Astronomers Reveal 'Orphaned Protostars'
35 New Battery Could Overcome Key Drawbacks of Lithium-Air Batteries
36 Researchers Investigate the Lack of Large Impact Craters on Ceres
37 Astronomers Reveal the Rotation of the Hot Gas Around the Milky Way
38 Mars Orbiter Shows Gullies on Mars Not Likely Formed by Liquid Water
39 Astronomers Discover a Radio Pulsing White Dwarf Binary Star
40 Hubble Image of the Week--Globular Cluster NGC 4833
41 Adhesive Patch Delivers Therapy to Tumor Sites
42 Is Life on Earth Premature from a Cosmic Perspective?
43 Astronomers Reveal Fluctuating Atmosphere of Jupiter's Volcanic Moon Io
44 Hubble Image of the Week--Irregular Galaxy NGC 2337
45 Astronomers Discover Chiral Molecules in Interstellar Space
46 Long Divisions--New Cassini Image of Saturn and Mimas
47 What's Inside Ceres? New Research Suggests that Ceres Has a Weak Interior
48 MIT Aerospace Engineers Develop Carbon Nanotube "Stitches" to Strengthen Composites
49 New Research from NASA Suggests Venus May Have Been Habitable
50 New Yale Research Reveals Insights into Alcoholic Liver Disease
51 Hubble Telescope Views Exploding White Dwarf Star
52 ALMA Images the Planetesimal Belt around HR8799
53 Hubble Discovers Two Dwarf Galaxies Moving into the Milky Way
54 Sun Blazes Most Powerful Solar Flare this July 2016 [Video]
55 Ice Volcanoes to Unravel Mystery of Missing Large Craters on Dwarf Planet Ceres
56 Are Saturn's Rings Melting?
57 Could Rocks on Mars Provide Indications of Life?
58 Farewell Philae: Rosetta's Comet Lander Bids Goodbye
59 Mars Soil Contains Iron Sulfates, May Be Key to Life on Red Planet
60 SpaceX to Launch Humans in Space by 2017
61 Jupiter's Great Red Spot: The Reason Behind Scorching High Temperature of the Giant Planet
62 New Company Audacy Plans for the Moon
63 White Dwarf Whipping Radiation, Produces Lighthouse Effect on Fellow Stars
64 Twitter Instrument in Discovering Milky Way, X-Shaped Star Formation
65 NASA's Next Space Telescope Will Search Planets Closer to Home
66 Spy Satellite Atlas V Rocket Launched; Solely for Surveillance?
67 Apollo Lunar Astronauts at Greater Risk of Getting Heart Diseases, New Study Says
68 Young Star CX330 Similar to FU Orionis Star, Dusty Emissions from Nova?
69 NuSTAR Spotted Black Holes Emitting Powerful High-Energy X-rays
70 NASA's Juno Spacecraft Reaches Farthest Point in Its Jupiter Orbit, Apojove
71 Young People's Interest Over Aerospace Engineering, Other Space-Related Careers Heightens
72 Mars Gullies Not Formed by Liquid Water, NASA Concludes
73 SpaceX Falcon 9: Elon Musk Aims to Save Cost on Rocket Launches by Rocket Reuse
74 NASA to Invest $32 Million in Elon Musk's Red Dragon Mars Lander Mission
75 Comets Are Remnants of the Early Solar System, Study Confirms
76 LEGO Ideas: 10,000 People Clamor for Female NASA Scientists' Limited Edition Toy Figures
77 Asteroid Bennu Could Hit Earth, What Could It Mean for Our Planet?
78 NASA Space Plane: 'Dream Chaser' Serves as ISS Supply Ship
79 Asteroid Bennu Has 1 in 2,700 Chance of Hitting Earth, NASA Expert Says
80 Space X: No Structural Changes, Engine Protection Priority
81 Milky Way's Heart Is a Desolate Place, Here's Why
82 Virgin Galactic Takes a Step Forward Towards Sending Visitors to Space
83 Life on Earth Is Premature Based on Stars Size, Exoplanets, Scientists Say
84 Magnetic 3D Bioprinter Being Developed by Russian Scientists for Space Use
85 Jupiter Volcanic Moon, Io's Atmosphere Is in State of Collapsing
86 NASA to Soon Begin Recruiting Astronauts for Upcoming Space Missions
87 NASA's Kepler Telescope Spotted Strong Magnetic Fields Inside Stars [Video]
88 North Korea Vows to 'Conquer Space' & Plant Its Flag on Moon
89 NOAA's New Satellite, DSCOVR, Monitors the Space Weather
90 Working at SpaceX? Sounds Very Competitive, Yet Incredibly Rewarding
91 NASA Rolls Out New 'Mars Rover' Game to Mark Curiosity Rover's 4th Anniversary
92 SpaceX: 80 to 100 Hours Weekly Work Requirement Not True, Says HR Head
93 European Mars Probe Performs First Critical Deep-Space Maneuver
94 Moon Express Makes Lunar History, First Private Company to Get Approval for Moon Mission
95 Sun Devouring A Comet GIF Has A Metaphorical Lesson For Us, Here's What It Is
96 See How Rio Olympics 2016 Preparations Look from Space
97 NASA's AstrOlympics: The Physical Connections Between Sports and Space
98 Julien Mauve's 'Greetings from Mars,' Life as a Tourist on the Red Planet
99 Apollo 11 Moon Mission: Rare Lunar Artifact 'Space Bag' Mistakenly Sold by US Government
100 NASA Study Unravels the Inner Structure of the Dwarf Planet Ceres
101 WATCH: Spectacular Rocket Test Up Close with NASA Camera
102 NASA to Deploy SkyFire Nanosatellite to the Moon in 2018
103 NASA Says You Can Drive Mars Rover, Search Underground Water in Mars Surface via Mars Rover Game
104 Moon Express Becomes First Private Company Ever to Get FAA Approval to Land on Moon
105 Space Exploration: Moon Express Aims to Win Google Lunar X Prize, but Rocket Lab Not FAA Licensed
106 ESA Plans to Study Earth's Winds with Space Lasers
107 Mars Not a Simple 'Basaltic' Planet: Know More About It Here
108 Iron-60 Discovered in Pacific Ocean Floor from Supernova, Not Micrometeorites
109 A Powerful Solar Storm in 1967 Could Have Resulted in a Nuclear War Between US and Soviet Union, Here's How
110 Life on Venus Existed a Long Time Ago, Scientists Say; Why Did It Become Hostile?