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1 Europe's on a mission to explore the dark universe with the launch of the Euclid Telescope
2 Europe's space telescope to target universe's dark mysteries
3 Ingenuity phones home
4 Ingenuity's high-stakes game of hide and seek
5 Aerovironment awarded $10 million JPL to co-design and develop two helicopters for Mars Sample Return mission
6 Ingenuity Mars Helicopter completes 50th flight
7 First Mars Sample Depot shaped by Rover, Lander, and Helicopter
8 Saturn's Rings shine in Webb's observations of Gas Giant
9 Key building block for life found at Saturn's moon Enceladus
10 Using lensed gravitational waves to measure cosmic expansion
11 Astronomers reveal evidence of universe's 'background hum'
12 Einstein and Euler put to the test at the edge of the Universe
13 Astronomers propose novel method of measuring galaxy distances
14 DESI data sheds more light on 3D map of cosmos, study of universe
15 NASA's Webb Proves Galaxies Transformed the Early Universe
16 A quantitative analysis of the in-orbit collision risks
17 Astroscale's ELSA-d Prepares for Controlled De-orbit in Final Mission Phase
18 The Zero Debris Charter
19 D-Orbit secures four multi-million contracts with ASI and ESA
20 SpaceLogistics continues satellite life-extension work with latest sale
21 Rivada Space Networks joins Astra Carta Initiative for Global Space Sustainability
22 ESA unveils its comprehensive, high-resolution image library in a revamped platform
23 ESA launches major recruitment drive for 2023
24 Beyond Gravity's computer powers Europe's Euclid Space Telescope
25 Spire enables optical inter-satellite links with reduced data latency
26 Settling the guidelines to cover the entire life cycle of satellites
27 China's launches first plate-shaped satellite
28 China's FAST in the Hunt for Nanohertz Gravitational Waves
29 Scientists find evidence for slow-rolling sea of gravitational waves
30 New gravitational waves observation run to reveal more of the universe's secrets
31 Unveiling quantum gravity: New results from IceCube and Fermi data
32 Dying stars' cocoons could be new source of gravitational waves
33 Frying Food in Space: A New Frontier in Astronaut Culinary Experience
34 Flight software for Artemis II meets testing checkpoint
35 Spain delays rocket launch until September over wildfire risk
36 Initial RS-25 Certification Campaign of 12 hot-fire tests complete
37 Rocket Lab debuts HASTE with suborbital launch from Wallops Island
38 Spanish rocket launch aborted due to last-minute glitch
39 Tech advance helps control descent of rocket debris
40 Astrobotic and Westinghouse team to power outer space
41 Iran unveils homegrown defense shield-busting hypersonic missile
42 Gravity goes lunar: putting LESA to the test
43 NASA welcomes India as 27th Artemis Accords Signatory
44 Ecuador becomes 26th nation to sign space-exploration Artemis Accords
45 Lunar Characterization Device Gets Early Funding
46 Lunar rover prototype conquers steep, scary lander exit test
47 Imagine walking on Hera's asteroid
48 OSIRIS-REx asteroid sample will have new home in Houston
49 JUPITER 3 arrives at Cape Canaveral for launch
50 SpaceX launches satellite to serve rural Indonesia
51 Australia scraps billion-dollar satellite program
52 Maxar and Esri Expand Partnership to Visualize Precision3D in ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World
53 New Space companies join Copernicus
54 Innovation and investment propel Earth Observation industry to new heights
55 Long history and bright future of space sample deliveries
56 Schools, museums, libraries can apply to receive artifacts from NASA
57 IceCube shows Milky Way galaxy is a neutrino desert
58 Navigating underground with cosmic-ray muons
59 Gullies on Mars could have been formed by recent periods of liquid meltwater
60 ISRO's Chandrayaan-3 Set for Mid-July Launch, Reveals ISRO Chief
61 NASA's Webb identifies the earliest strands of the cosmic web
62 Virgin Galactic finally takes its first paying customers to space
63 SpaceX Dragon begins return to Earth with experiments, samples from ISS
64 SpaceX launches 47 more Starlink satellites into orbit
65 Introducing Commercial Crew-7
66 Falcon 9 deploys 53 Starlink satellites on SpaceX's 40th launch of the year
67 Fundamentals of Space Missions
68 ALMA digs deeper into the mystery of planet formation
69 Australia-first communications network paves the way for high-speed data in space
70 Mitsubishi Electric demonstrates light source module for high-capacity laser links
71 Webb Rules Out Thick Carbon Dioxide Atmosphere for Rocky Exoplanet
72 Gemini North detects multiple heavier elements in atmosphere of hot Exoplanet
73 Planet orbiting 2 stars discovered using new technique
74 Astronomers observe giant tails of helium escaping Jupiter-like planet
75 Elusive planets play "hide and seek" with CHEOPS
76 'Hot Jupiters' may not be orbiting alone
77 Zhurong rover detects extremely weak magnetic fields on surface of Mars' Utopia Basin
78 Rover on the home stretch to the Martian moon Phobos
79 It easier ever view Mars landscapes in high resolution
80 A surprise chemical find by ALMA may help detect and confirm protoplanets
81 Webb detects host galaxies of quasars in the early universe
82 'Smiling cat' nebula captured in new ESO image
83 Molecular filament shielded young solar system from supernova
84 An amino acid essential for life is found in interstellar space
85 Existence of massive first-generation stars with 260 solar masses confirmed
86 VLBA reveals complexity of 'average' space explosions in Novae
87 Galaxies go on a deep dive and leave fiery tail behind
88 Weigh a quasar's galaxy with precision
89 First 'ghost particle' image of Milky Way galaxy captured by scientists
90 Milky Way's central black hole woke up 200 years ago
91 Mysterious dashes revealed in Milky Way's center
92 Chinese astronomers transform understanding of Milky Way's spiral structure
93 Our galaxy seen through a new lens: Neutrinos detected by IceCube
94 Exploring the geometry of the dark Universe
95 Dark matter remains "dark"
96 Astronomers discover new link between dark matter and clumpiness of the universe
97 What's the dark matter with Euclid
98 Arctic set for high-speed broadband as polar mission completes key milestone
99 China's first low-Earth-orbit broadband network tested at sea
100 EU welcomes Meta plans for tough content rules
101 EU 'enforcer' visits Twitter, Meta as new rules loom
102 US agency sues Amazon for tricking customers into subscription service
103 Singapore tech giant Grab to lay off over 1,000 employees
104 Chinese tech giant Alibaba names next CEO
105 Four teams win prizes to advance energy technology for moon missions
106 Advanced space technology enabling 2024 ESCAPADE mission to Mars
107 Zhurong rover detects extremely weak magnetic fields on surface of Mars' Utopia Basin
108 Swiss want moratorium on deep-sea mining
109 The ship sank. Or did it? Titanic misinformation swirls
110 As prices soar, Japan returns to human waste fertiliser