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1 Russia ready to talk hypersonic weapons with US
2 General Dynamics nabs $55.9 million to make missile tubes for U.S., Britain
3 Lockheed nabs $818.2 million to produce JASSMs for Air Force, allies
4 Raytheon nabs $2.1 billion for work on Standard Missile-3 Block IB rounds
5 Russia's Zircon hypersonic missile to be test-launched from underwater
6 US approves anti-tank missile sale to Poland
7 Raytheon awarded $90.4 million for JMEWS warheads for Tomahawk missiles
8 Russia successfully test fires Tsirkon hypersonic cruise missile
9 Lockheed nabs $233 million for work on Mk 41 launching system
10 Cyprus buys missiles, partners with France for exercises to thwart Turkey
11 Raytheon nabs $35.9 million for work on Navy's over-the-horizon missile system
12 Over 100 US troops suffered brain injury in Iran attack: Pentagon
13 Ukraine says Iran 'knew from start' missile downed plane
14 Raytheon awarded $9 million to maintain HARM weapons for Morocco, Turkey, U.S.
15 New footage shows Iranian missiles hitting Ukraine plane
16 Russia tests direct-ascent anti-satellite missile
17 Researchers warn commercial satellite boom may threaten US national security
18 Space Force identifies USAF missions for transfer to newest service
19 Command team expresses gratitude, encourages Airmen to remain poised
20 Pentagon successfully tests hypersonic missile
21 U.S. Space Force gets first offensive weapon, a satellite jammer
22 US Space Force debuts first offensive weapons system
23 Lockheed Martin to develop Prototype Protected Tactical Satellite Communications payload
24 Barrett, Goldfein, Raymond outline Air Force priorities to House lawmakers
25 US professor charged with hiding link to China on NASA-funded project
26 Air Force Announces Vanguard PEOS
27 USSF signs vision for single, integrated Satellite Communications enterprise
28 US plans to deploy space weapons would destroy security balance warns Moscow
29 Hackers could shut down satellites--or turn them into weapons
30 Iran denies satellite programme has military dimension
31 DoD report affirms Space Force's commitment to minimal budget and bureaucracy
32 Officials provide details on building the Space Force, its structure, and operating imperatives
33 US Navy Chief compares hypersonic 'hindsight' to 'Sputnik Moment'
34 Scientific machine learning paves way for rapid rocket engine design
35 Rocket Lab completes electron mid-air recovery test
36 Hypersonic surfing at ESA
37 AEHF-6 launch marks 500th flight of Aerojet Rocketdyne's Rl10 engine
38 NASA suspends work on Moon rocket due to virus
39 Moon dust and 3D printing will be standard for future lunar operations
40 Time-travelling ESA team explore a virtual Moon
41 Apollo 13's 50th anniversary recalls NASA tragedy turned triumph
42 Earth-Size, Habitable Zone Planet Found Hidden in Early NASA Kepler Data
43 Origin of the first known interstellar object 'Oumuamua
44 NASA selects early-stage technology concepts for new, continued study
45 Sulfur 'spices' alien atmospheres
46 Warped Space-time to Help WFIRST Find Exoplanets
47 The Strange Orbits of 'Tatooine' Planetary Disks
48 Observed: An exoplanet where it rains iron
49 Cosmos: Possible Worlds
50 What if mysterious 'cotton candy' planets actually sport rings?
51 Astronomy student discovers 17 new planets, including Earth-sized world
52 Sub-Neptune sized planet validated with the habitable-zone planet finder
53 LOFAR pioneers new way to study exoplanet environments
54 Earth's cousins: Upcoming missions to look for 'biosignatures' in exoplanet atmospheres
55 Scientists discover nearest known 'baby giant planet'
56 NASA's Webb will seek atmospheres around potentially habitable exoplanets
57 How Earth climate models help scientists picture life on unimaginable worlds
58 NESSI emerges as new tool for exoplanet atmospheres
59 Astronomers find a way to form 'fast and furious' planets around tiny stars
60 Cold Neptune" and 2 temperate Super-Earths found orbiting nearby stars
61 Telescope upgrade, move will aid in search for exoplanets
62 A new tool for 'weighing' unseen planets
63 USSF Space Test Program awards $35 million for launch services
64 Scientists make step towards understanding the universe
65 T2K insight into the origin of the universe
66 Rethinking cosmology: Universe expansion may not be uniform
67 Discovery by UMass Lowell-led team challenges nuclear theory
68 Zero-energy bound states in the high-temperature superconductors at 2-dimensional limit
69 Holographic cosmological model and thermodynamics on the horizon of the universe
70 Chandra Data Tests "Theory of Everything"
71 Paper sheds light on infant Universe and origin of matter
72 Tracking down the mystery of matter
73 Why is there any matter in the universe at all? New Sussex study sheds light
74 AI tool developed to predict the structure of the Universe
75 Cosmic magnifying glasses yield independent measure of universe's expansion
76 The measurements of the expansion of the universe don't add up
77 Clemson scientists further refine how quickly the universe is expanding
78 HD 158259 and it's six planets almost in rhythm
79 CHEOPS space telescope ready for scientific operation
80 NASA awards NOAA's Space Weather Follow-On Lagrange 1 Magnetometer
81 Scientists try 'cloud brightening' to protect Great Barrier Reef
82 Alarms ring as Greenland ice loss causes 40% of 2019 sea level rise
83 Extreme floods to hit US cities 'almost daily' by 2100
84 Green groups cautious as Shell unveils 'net zero' plan
85 Oil giant Shell vows to become carbon neutral by 2050
86 Paris climate goals failure 'could cost world $600tn'
87 Google parent Alphabet valuation hit $1 trillion
88 US tech sector sees only modest relief in China trade deal
89 Microsoft pledges to be 'carbon negative' by 2030
90 VW has 'one shot' to survive shift to digital era: CEO
91 'Invisible computing' startup unveils smart contact lens
92 Bollywood star slams Uber after 'scariest experience'
93 Encryption battle reignited as US govt. at loggerheads with Apple
94 London heads European investment in tech sector: study
95 NKorea flouts sanctions through China shipping: UN report
96 As US pulls back, China builds influence at UN
97 China revises up Wuhan toll as Germany declares outbreak 'under control'
98 A journey into the northern lights
99 Earliest humans in the Amazon created thousands of 'forest islands' as they tamed wild plants
100 New clues to predict the risks astronauts will face from space radiation on long missions
101 CIMON-2 makes its successful debut on the ISS
102 ThinKom Aero Satellite Antennas Fully Comply with International Non-Interference Rules
103 The combined power of remote earth observations aboard ISS
104 NASA Reports Arctic Stratospheric Ozone Depletion Hit Record Low in March
105 ESO telescope sees star dance around supermassive black hole, proves Einstein right
106 NASA advances food-in-space technology
107 NASA's Curiosity Keeps Rolling as Team Operates Rover from Home
108 Now metal surfaces can be instant bacteria killers
109 New Horizons pushing the frontier ever deeper into the Kuiper Belt
110 74 mn in Arab world lack hand-washing facility: UN
111 Apple data show dramatic impact of virus on movement
112 One hundred lunar asteroid collisions confirmed by second telescope
113 Satellite galaxies of the Milky Way help test dark matter theory
114 Where did the antimatter go