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Topic: Mars (Planet)
Messenger's message from Mercury: Time to rewrite the textbooks
China's great space station leap
Tatooine for real? Scientists confirm planet orbiting two suns.
Future NASA rocket unveiled, designed to reach moon and beyond
Timeline of American rockets
Doom 2: Germany lifts restrictions on landmark shooter game
Mars soil and rocks unlike any seen by rover so far
What NASA hopes to learn from Juno spacecraft on Jupiter mission
Scientists find 'best evidence' yet for liquid water now on Mars
Asteroid Vesta and Dawn spacecraft get cozy
Where did life exist on Mars? NASA chooses landing site for Curiosity rover
Space shuttle program ends: Were Americans sad to see it go?
Dawn arrives at Vesta: Will scientists find a water-coated protoplanet?
Final shuttle mission: Who'll supply the International Space Station now?
Atlantis launch successful, historic final shuttle mission underway
School-bus sized asteroid to hurtle past Earth Monday morning
NASA's Dawn satellite has reached the asteroid belt. First stop: Vesta.
NASA launches 100-year quest to send humans to the stars
Asteroid Vesta: surface of huge asteroid has mysterious dark spot
Worms from Hell: How deep do they dig?
End of the world May 21st? About a billion years too soon, astronomers say.
Why Obama rejected John Glenn's plea to save the space shuttle progam
After the space shuttle, astronaut corps awaits a new mission
In tonight's meteor shower, watch falling debris from Halley's Comet
Can US and Taliban cut a deal in Afghanistan?
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For Mandela, the world will come to his doorstep to say goodbye (+video)
Teen suicide: Prevention is contagious, too.
Mars was not only habitable, it was downright Earth-like, Curiosity finds
Why tech giants are now uniting against US surveillance
From D.C. north to Maine, storms' snow and ice to bedevil into Tuesday
Like NSA, local police sweep up cellphone data of innocents, report says
Syrian army captures highway, clearing path for chemical weapons removal
Remembering the Pilgrims in Plymouth
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The Ukraine protests for integrity
Monitor Political Cartoons
Does art make kids smart?
Why US baby boomers are retiring in Latin America (+video)
Periplaneta japonica: New cockroach in town sneers at a New York winter (+video)
Google Doodle remembers computing pioneer Grace Hopper (+video)
The New Economy
The bad business of payday loans
Grace Hopper gave us the term 'debugging' – in more ways than one
'Parole in place': Obama's illegal-immigration order stokes amnesty worries
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