The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
The Augustine Commission's report suggests that in-flight refueling could give human spaceflight a boost.
The static firings validated the engines ahead of the company's maiden rocket flight.
The International Astronomical Union is refusing to name the exoplanets. That seems unnecessarily curmudgeonly.
Fluid dynamicists have worked out how to stop teapots from dribbling, once and for all.
The deals could help both companies in the search wars.
At $50, the new iPhone app is a specialist's tool only.
The e-reader marketplace is heating up with the introduction of Barnes & Noble's new device.
Researchers are using a new imaging technique to study the development of the mammalian heart.
Scientists make progress reading thoughts from the severely impaired.