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1 Sun's UV Light Helped Spark Life
2 Operation of ancient biological clock uncovered
3 Fossil or inorganic structure? Scientists dig into early life forms
4 Enzyme-free krebs cycle may have been key step in origin of life on Earth
5 Biochemical 'fossil' shows how life may have emerged without phosphate
6 Volcanic hydrogen spurs chances of finding exoplanet life
7 Does Pluto Have the Ingredients for Life?
8 Ancient microbes push limits of what life can survive on Earth, and off
9 60,000-year-old microbes found in Mexican mine: NASA scientist
10 Possibility of Silicon-Based Life Grows
11 Dwarf star 200 light years away contains life's building blocks
12 Santa Fe Institute researchers look for life's lower limits
13 First footage of a living stylodactylid shrimp filter-feeding at depth of 4826m
14 SF State astronomer searches for signs of life on Wolf 1061 exoplanet
15 Looking for life in all the right places with the right tool
16 Could dark streaks in Venusian clouds be microbial life
17 Between a rock and a hard place: can garnet planets be habitable
18 The blob can learn and teach
19 Exciting new creatures discovered on ocean floor
20 Scientists examine bacterium found 1,000 feet underground
21 Meta musings on the origins of life
22 Could There Be Life in Pluto's Ocean?
23 Fijian ants began farming 3 million years ago
24 Twilight observations reveal huge storm on Neptune
25 Jovian storm looms large in the Jupiter's High North
26 New Horizons Video Soars over Pluto's Majestic Mountains and Icy Plains
27 New evidence in support of the Planet Nine hypothesis
28 New Mysteries Surround New Horizons' Next Flyby Target
29 Topsy-Turvy Motion Creates Light-Switch Effect at Uranus
30 The curious case of the warped Kuiper Belt
31 King of the Gods: Jupiter Dated to Be Oldest Planet in the Solar System
32 New Horizons Deploys Global Team for Rare Look at Next Flyby Target
33 Hubble spots moon around third largest dwarf planet
34 The PI's Perspective: No Sleeping Back on Earth!
35 ALMA investigates 'DeeDee,' a distant, dim member of our solar system
36 Hubble spots auroras on Uranus
37 Neptune's journey during early planet formation was 'smooth and calm'
38 Hubble takes close-up portrait of Jupiter
39 Juno spots Jupiter's Great Red Spot
40 Guam told to 'enjoy paradise,' ignore North Korean threat
41 Climate change deepens threat to Pacific island wildlife
42 Strengthening of West African Monsoon during Green Sahara period may have affected ENSO
43 Fiji's COP 23 leader vows climate fight 'far from over'
44 Lockheed Martin Begins Modernizing Receivers for U.S. Air Force's GPS Signal Monitoring Stations
45 No longer water under the bridge, statistics yields new data on sea levels
46 Current threats to our oceans are revealed
47 Japanese seaweed is welcome invader on US coasts: study
48 Report: High seas in high danger as ecological tipping point nears
49 Engineering professor proposes bold concept for solving great barrier reef bleaching
50 Thai seafood giant commits to major fishing reforms
51 Surveying sea floor animals for offshore renewable energy
52 New data shows extreme coastal sea levels more likely
53 Another threat to the ocean: deoxygenation
54 Study: Birth control turning male fish into females
55 Biodiversity loss from deep-sea mining will be unavoidable
56 In the Red Sea, coral reefs can take the heat of climate change
57 A changing climate affects plankton populations
58 Teamwork key to ocean travel for jellies
59 Invasion of glowing tropical jellyfish baffles U.S. scientists
60 Teamwork key to ocean travel for jellies
61 IAI, Honeywell Aerospace team for GPS anti-jam system
62 Russia, China to Set Up Pilot Zone to Test National Navigation Systems
63 India Plans to Roll Out National GPS Next Year
64 Europe's Galileo satnav identifies problems behind failing clocks
65 Second Lockheed Martin GPS-3 satellite assembled as full production begins
66 Lockheed Martin nears completion of GPS III satellite
67 New reports confirm near-perfect performance record for civil GPS service
68 BDS Precise Service System covers over 300 Chinese cities
69 Galileo grows: two more satellites join working constellation
70 GIS is a powerful tool that should be used with caution
71 2 SOPS says goodbye to GPS satellite
72 Researchers working toward indoor location detection
73 Galileo's search and rescue service in the spotlight
74 Northrop Grumman, Honeywell receive EGI-M contracts
75 Russia inaugurates GPS-type satellite station in Nicaragua
76 China's BeiDou system to expand cooperation to SE Asia
77 ISRO Beams in Private Firm to Make Two Satellites for Navigation
78 Satnavs 'switch off' parts of the brain
79 Technology can reduce GPS outages from Northern Lights, researchers say
80 Astronauts to bring asteroid back into lunar orbit
81 NASA studies tethered CubeSaturday, mission to study Lunar swirls
82 Florida startup boldly sets sights on moon
83 Neil Armstrong moon bag sells for $1.8 million in New York
84 How to rescue a Moonwalker in need
85 Japan reveals plans to put a man on moon by 2030
86 Japanese Space Agency Proposes Plan to Send Astronauts to Moon
87 Russian aerospace firm to cooperate with China on Lunar exploration missions
88 New NELIOTA project detects flashes from lunar impacts
89 Moon could be wetter than thought, say scientists
90 SwRI part of international team identifying primordial asteroids
91 Supernova-Hunting Team Finds Comet with Aid of Amateur Astronomer
92 Large, Distant Comets More Common than Previously Thought
93 Bizarro comet challenging researchers
94 Rosetta finds comet connection to Earth's atmosphere
95 Caltech: Chemical Engineer Explains Oxygen Mystery on Comets
96 Chemical engineer explains why comets expel oxygen
97 NASA team explores using LISA Pathfinder as 'comet crumb' detector
98 Rosetta's intimate portrait of a comet: read all about it
99 Comet that Took a Century to Confirm Passes by Earth
100 The many faces of Rosetta's comet 67P
101 Collapsing cliff reveals comet's interior
102 Asteroid Flyby Will Benefit NASA Detection and Tracking Network
103 Exploring an unusual metal asteroid
104 Pitted Materials in Craters Could Indicate Buried Ice on Asteroids
105 NASA'S First Asteroid Deflection Mission Enters Next Design Phase
106 How a Speck of Light Becomes an Asteroid
107 The Bee-Zed asteroid orbits in the opposite direction to planets
108 NASA's Asteroid-Hunting Spacecraft a Discovery Machine
109 First 24-hour Global Broadcast About Asteroid Impact Hazard
110 NASA Moves Up Launch of Psyche Mission to a Metal Asteroid