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Study Says Antarctic Glaciers Are Shrinking, Sea Levels May Climb (Post, April 22, 2005)

Historic Voyager Mission May Lose Its Funding (Post, April 4, 2005)

A Major T. Rex Breakthrough: Broken Bone Leads to Discovery of Soft Tissues (Post, March 25, 2005)

Hopkins Physicist, Engineer Tapped to Head NASA: Colleagues Note Griffin's Diverse Experience, Known Enthusiasm for Human Space Travel (Post, March 12, 2005)

U.N. Backs Human Cloning Ban (Post, March 9, 2005)

Scientists Looking at Ways to Trap Greenhouse Gases: Arizona Study Aims to Ease Global Warming (Post, Feb. 22, 2005)

Older Fish Spawn Better Than Younger Ones: Studies Reshape Talks on Managing Ocean Resources (Post, Feb. 20, 2005)

NASA Budget Cuts Plan to Service Hubble, Sources Say (Post, Jan. 22, 2005)

'Deep Impact' Probe to Try to Puncture a Comet (Post, Jan. 10, 2005)

NASA Chief Formally Steps Down: O'Keefe Cites Need to Support Family in Letter to President (Post, Dec. 14, 2004)

FINDINGS (Post, Dec. 14, 2004)

2 Stem Cell Options Presented: Human Embryos Wouldn't Be Killed (Post, Dec. 4, 2004)

Humans May Double the Risk of Heat Waves: Models Show That by 2040, Half of Europe's Summers Could Be as Hot as in 2003 (Post, Dec. 2, 2004)

Slowly but Cheaply, a New Way to the Moon: Spacecraft Tests Usefulness Of Non-Chemical Propulsion (Post, Nov. 15, 2004)

Robot Helps NASA Refocus on Hubble: Written-Off Mission to Extend Telescope's Life Is Revived Because of 'Dextre' (Post, Nov. 12, 2004)

Mysterious Moonscape Seen on Saturn's Titan (Post, Oct. 28, 2004)

NASA Puts Hands-Free Linkup to a Test: Success of Robotic Spacecraft Is Seen as Critical to Future Automated Supply and Repair Missions in Deep Space (Post, Oct. 25, 2004)

NASA Struggles for Shuttles' Return: Hurricanes Complicate Task as Agency Battles Engineering Hurdles (Post, Sept. 27, 2004)

Some Pieces Of Genesis Are Intact, NASA Says: Wreckage May Yield Data On Origin of Solar System (Post, Sept. 11, 2004)

NASA Hopes Data Can Be Salvaged From Crashed Craft (Post, Sept. 10, 2004)


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