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1 3-D printing could transform future membrane technology
2 2-D materials enhance a 3-D world
3 Shape-changing fog screen invented
4 SOFIA Confirms Nearby Planetary System Is Similar to Our Own
5 Next Breakthroughs in Exoplanet Discovery
6 'Iceball' Planet Discovered Through Microlensing
7 Newly Discovered Exoplanet May be Best Candidate in Search for Signs of Life
8 Research Center a Hub for Origins of Life Studies
9 ISS investigation aims to identify unknown microbes in space
10 In experiments on Earth, testing possible building blocks of alien life
11 Detecting Life in the Driest Place on Earth
12 Lack of Oxygen Not a Showstopper for Life
13 Deep-sea animals make their own light
14 Distantly related fish find same evolutionary solution to dark water
15 The earliest animals were marine jellies
16 Scientists look for life's building blocks in outer space
17 'Smart' cephalopods trade off genome evolution for prolific RNA editing
18 Inside Arctic ice lies a frozen rainforest of microorganisms
19 Nearby Star Confirmed as Good Model of Our Early Solar System
20 The PI's Perspective: No Sleeping Back on Earth!
21 ALMA investigates 'DeeDee,' a distant, dim member of our solar system
22 Hubble spots auroras on Uranus
23 Neptune's journey during early planet formation was 'smooth and calm'
24 Hubble takes close-up portrait of Jupiter
25 New Horizons Halfway from Pluto to Next Flyby Target
26 Four unknown objects being investigated in Planet X
27 ANU leads public search for Planet X
28 Scientists make the case to restore Pluto's planet status
29 Nap Time for New Horizons
30 Some corals adapting to warming climate
31 Rising carbon dioxide levels, ocean acidity may change crucial marine process
32 Vinegar offers hope in Barrier Reef starfish battle
33 Research sheds new light on forces that threaten sensitive coastlines
34 Degraded coral imperils coastal people: study
35 Sea scorpions: The original sea monster
36 With magnetic map, young eels catch a 'free ride' to Europe
37 Japan volcanic island may hold key to coral survival
38 A rusty green early ocean
39 Catch shares slow the 'race to fish'
40 Skeletons developed as chemistry of oceans changed
41 'Zero recovery' for corals in back-to-back Australia bleaching
42 Blockbuster nature series catches dynamite fishermen on film
43 Unrestricted fishing technology threaten the future of seafood
44 NASA Tests Observing Capability on Hawaii's Coral Reefs
45 The foundation of aquatic life can rapidly adapt to global warming
46 Dead zones may threaten coral reefs worldwide
47 Diving with the sharks
48 Red tides not random, can be predicted
49 Study finds massive rogue waves aren't as rare as previously thought
50 Massive Hong Kong shark fin seizure as ban flouted
51 Underwater mountains help ocean water rise from abyss
52 More bang for the buck
53 First direct measurements of Pacific seabed sediments reveal strong methane source
54 Plan to save Great Barrier Reef set back decades: experts
55 Marine ecologist offers suggestions for achieving a strong, lasting 'blue economy'
56 How do fishes perceive their environment?
57 Decades of data on world's oceans reveal a troubling oxygen decline
58 Kongsberg Maritime chosen for new German research vessel
59 2 SOPS says goodbye to GPS satellite
60 Researchers working toward indoor location detection
61 Galileo's search and rescue service in the spotlight
62 Russia inaugurates GPS-type satellite station in Nicaragua
63 Printing bricks from moondust using the Sun's heat
64 NASA selects ASU's ShadowCam for moon mission
65 Russia, US Ready to Give You a Lift to Moon Orbit, ISS
66 India dreams of harvesting lunar dust to power fusion rectors
67 Swedish Institute of Space Physics goes back to the Moon
68 NASA Scientists Find Dynamo at Lunar Core May Have Formed Magnetic Field
69 Dawn Observing Ceres; 3rd Reaction Wheel Malfunctions
70 Landslides on Ceres Reflect Ice Content
71 Close call: When asteroids whisk past Earth
72 Orbital Insight invests $50 million in satellite and drone imagery analysis business
73 GRACE-FO satellites get an earful
74 India's Space Agency Saves Over US$2 Billion per Year for the Country
75 NASA instrument looks sky high and to the future
76 When Swarm met Steve
77 NASA to measure greenhouse gases over the mid-Atlantic region
78 Heavy precipitation speeds carbon exchange in tropics
79 Banned industrial solvent sheds new light on methane mystery
80 Scientists link California droughts and floods to distinctive atmospheric waves
81 As CO2 levels increase, airplane rides get bumpier
82 Monitoring pollen using an aircraft
83 Extreme weather events linked to climate change impact on the jet stream
84 CHEOPS telescope arrives at new home
85 A Lot of Galaxies Need Guarding in this NASA Hubble View
86 Hubble's bright shining lizard star
87 Hubble's cosmic bubbles
88 A New Angle on Two Spiral Galaxies for Hubble's 27th Birthday
89 Hubble's double galaxy gaze: Leda and NGC 4424
90 New Hubble mosaic of the Orion Nebula
91 Hubble cooperates on galaxy cluster and cosmic background
92 Hubble sees spiral in Andromeda
93 Four Questions: A Ride On NASA's Eye in the Sky
94 NASA's Webb Telescope Completes Goddard Testing, Heading to Texas for More
95 NASA taking a fresh look at next generation space telescope plans
96 James Webb Space Telescope Mirror Seen in Full Bloom
97 Keck Observatory Achieves First Light with New Instrument
98 OCTOCAM Looks Toward a New Era of Discovery
99 Breakthrough Telescope to Map Origins of Stars, Galaxies and the 'Cosmic Dawn'
100 James Webb Space Telescope completes acoustic and vibration tests
101 Another reason to flip the off switch: light pollution
102 USRA awarded NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy contract
103 First public data released by hyper suprime-cam Subaru Strategic Program
104 Origin of Milky Way's Hypothetical Dark Signal May Not Be So Dark
105 Ageless' Silicon throughout Milky Way May Indicate a Well-Mixed Galaxy
106 CCNY physicists demonstrate photonic hypercrystals for control of light-matter interaction
107 Towards largest-possible separation between quantum and classical query complexities
108 Looking for the quantum frontier
109 Quantum mechanics are complex enough, for now...
110 Study unravels long-held Fermi puzzle tied to nonlinear systems
111 Physicists breeding Schroedinger cat states
112 Mapping the edge of reality
113 Detector delivery marks another Euclid milestone
114 Can we see a singularity, the most extreme object in the universe?
115 Brightness of the universe with NASA's New Horizons spacecraft
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