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1 AFRL's Satellite Assessment Center marks 30 years of operation
2 Northrop Grumman developing ground station prototypes for US Army's TITAN Program
3 Wanted: your ideas for ESA's future space missions
4 ESA astronauts are flat out training
5 Latvia becomes ESA Associate Member State
6 ESA's Thomas Pesquet to be first European to ride a Dragon to Space Station
7 Airbus expands its SpaceDataHighway with second satellite
8 Columbus gets a new European science rack
9 ESA Startup competition announces four winners
10 Building satellites amid COVID-19
11 Space missions return to science
12 ESA scales down science mission operations amid pandemic
13 Coronavirus and ESA's duty of care
14 Europlanet launches 10M euro Research Infrastructure to support planetary science
15 Budget battle hampers EU in space
16 ESA and EDA joint research: advancing into the unknown
17 European Space Agency agrees record budget to meet new challenges
18 ESA and Luxembourg Space Agency confirm partnership on space resources
19 ESA helps to make urban life smarter
20 Rocket Lab Launches First in-house Designed and Built Photon Satellite
21 Vega rocket launches from French Guiana
22 Rocket Lab Successfully Deploys Satellite for Capella Space on 14th Mission
23 Exolaunch signs agreement with Augsburg to supply commercial launch services
24 Next artificial intelligence mission selected
25 Making Perwave
26 NASA selects proposals for new space environment missions
27 Spacepath Communications wins large order for solid-state RF power amplifiers
28 Prolonged microgravity exposure doesn't cause loss of brain tissue
29 Eglin AFB, Fla., opens center for PTSD, brain, pain condition treatment
30 Could injectable microrobots one day run in your veins?
31 Leveraging microgravity to improve medical diagnostics
32 Space-equipped lab tests key workers for COVID-19
33 Space Mission Launches that will Carry Experiment Aimed at Solving Antibiotic Resistance
34 Space-enabled mobile bio-lab to test key workers for COVID-19
35 Researchers eye tech wearables as virus early warning system
36 Surrey reveals its implantable biosensor that operates without batteries
37 Study reveals how spaceflight affects risk of blood clots in female astronauts
38 NASA develops COVID-19 prototype ventilator in 37 days
39 Long spaceflights affect astronaut brain volume
40 DARPA program to build travel adapter for human body
41 Swiss 'hackathon' seeks new paths in virus battle
42 Chances for Coronavirus to Get to ISS 'Slim to None'--NASA Specialist
43 China embarks on clinical trial for virus vaccine
44 Heat and light create new biocompatible microparticles
45 Scientists find toolkit to aid repair of damaged DNA
46 New drug prevents bacteria from acquiring antibiotic resistance genes
47 UCLA engineers develop miniaturized 'warehouse robots' for biotechnology applications
48 Magnet-controlled bioelectronic implant could relieve pain
49 Scientists announce 'breakthrough' atomic map of coronavirus
50 Body work: Russia's 'biohackers' push boundaries
51 Replacing animal testing with synthetic cell scaffolds
52 Superior 'bio-ink' for 3D printing pioneered
53 Iron nanorobots show their true mettle
54 ESA launches small Belgian satellite carrying VTT's remote sensing technology into space
55 Gravity wave insights from internet-beaming balloons
56 New collaboration between gravitational-wave astronomy and particle physics
57 Tianqin-2 to test key technologies for next-gen gravity satellites
58 Are we still listening for gravity waves
59 A stepping stone for measuring quantum gravity
60 'Quantum negativity' can power ultra-precise measurements
61 Tabletop quantum experiment could detect gravitational waves
62 LIGO-Virgo finds mystery object in 'mass gap'
63 Thailand team wins UN access to ESA's hypergravity centrifuge
64 New gravitational-wave model can bring neutron stars into even sharper focus
65 Seeing the universe through new lenses
66 L3Harris lays foundation for first space-based gravitational wave observatory
67 Gravitational waves could prove the existence of the quark-gluon plasma
68 TAMA300 blazes trail for improved gravitational wave astronomy
69 A gravitational-wave signal like none before
70 Australian researchers create new tools to detect gravitational waves.
71 Astronomers detect first double helium-core white dwarf gravitational wave source
72 Precision mirrors poised to improve sensitivity of gravitational wave detectors
73 Continued Gravitational-Wave Discoveries from Public Data
74 Suited up for gravity
75 ASU and Virginia Tech researchers unlock mysteries of grasshopper response to gravity
76 A disk of gas would explain mysterious light changes observed in Sagittarius constellation
77 A direct view of star disk interactions
78 New study questions decades of research on the evolution of spiral galaxies
79 Spitzer spies a hot spot for stellar formation
80 Beyond the Brim, Sombrero galaxy's halo suggests turbulent past
81 Citizen scientists discover rare cosmic pairing via Backyard Worlds project
82 Astronomers discover unusual monster galaxy in the very early universe
83 New observations show planet-forming disc torn apart by its three central stars
84 Recently discovered planets not as safe from stellar flares as first thought
85 Fifty new planets confirmed in machine learning first
86 Rogue planets could outnumber the stars
87 Hundred cool worlds found near the sun
88 Lava oceans may not explain the brightness of some hot super-Earths
89 Surprisingly dense exoplanet challenges planet formation theories
90 Exoplanet rediscovery is step toward finding habitable planets
91 Astronomers track down 'lost' worlds spotted but unconfirmed by TESS survey
92 NASA funds eight new projects exploring connections between the environment and COVID-19
93 Chinese bus offers new evidence of airborne virus spread; Wuhan re-opens all schools
94 DR Congo declares end to deadly measles epidemic
95 Global health emergencies: A rarely used call to action
96 From space and in the air, NASA tracks California's wildfires
97 Brazilian Amazon fires near level of 2019 crisis
98 Climate change 'clearly' fuelled Australia bushfires: inquest
99 China's reusable spacecraft returns to Earth after 2 days
100 Mars-bound Tianwen 1 hits milestone
101 China's Mars probe over 8m km away from Earth
102 China seeks payload ideas for mission to moon, asteroid
103 From the Moon to Mars: China's long march in space
104 China marching to Mars for humanity's better shared future
105 Manchester experts' breakthrough narrows intelligent life search in Milky Way
106 New study to search universe for signs of technological civilizations
107 Research sheds new light on intelligent life existing across the galaxy
108 New study examines which galaxies are best for intelligent life
109 Looking for aliens who might be looking for us
110 Scientists pick up pattern of space radio signals for 1st time, study says