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  1. Podcast: Black Hole Questions Answered
  2. Hubble's Main Camera is Offline, Maybe Permanently
  3. Rocket Detonates on the Sea Launch Platform
  4. Looking at Jupiter, From Mars
  5. Hubble Sees An Extrasolar Planet's Atmosphere
  6. Spacewalkers Begin Switching Over the Station's Cooling System
  7. Black holes, dark matter and dark energy
  8. Martian Probes Need to Dig Deeper
  9. Sunita Williams Sets Women's Spacewalking Record
  10. What's Up this Week: February 5 - February 11, 2007
  11. Podcast: Variable Stars
  12. Book Review: Saturn - A New View
  13. NASA Astronaut Charged With Attempted Murder
  14. Blackened Sea Launch Heads for Home
  15. Distant Cluster of Galaxies Viewed by Hubble
  16. Here's a Way to Look for Extra Dimensions
  17. Great Story on the Many Worlds Space Observatory
  18. What’s Up this Week: February 12 - February 18, 2007
  19. Book Review: Many Worlds in One
  20. Distant Quasars Surrounded by Dark Matter Halos
  21. Imaging Problems for Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
  22. Atlantis Prepared for Assembly
  23. Comets Colliding Inside the Helix Nebula
  24. Podcast: Counting Aliens with the Drake Equation
  25. Hubble View of Planetary Nebula NGC 2440
  26. Lunar Eclipse Coming on March 3, 2007
  27. Atlantis Moves Out to the Launch Pad
  28. Spacecraft Finds Evidence of Underground Fluids on Mars
  29. Chandra Gives Another Look at the Pillars of Creation
  30. Podcast: The Fermi Paradox: Where are all the Aliens?
  31. What’s Up this Week: February 19 - February 25, 2007
  32. Book Reviews: Mars a Technical Tale / Reference Guide to the ISS
  33. New Survey of the Gamma Ray Skies
  34. Rosetta Approaches its Mars Flyby
  35. NASA's Next Probe Should Visit Europa
  36. Exoplanet is Hot and Dry
  37. Lasers Could Deflect Future Asteroids From Impacting Earth
  38. NASA's THEMIS Mission Blasts Off
  39. Martian Explorers Should Be Looking for Fossils
  40. New Crater Discovered on Titan
  41. Satellites Reveal Subglacial Streams in Antarctica
  42. Powerful Solar Winds Colliding Head On
  43. Virgin Galactic Considering Hypersonic Airline Travel
  44. Aliens on This World Would See a Double Sunset
  45. The Search Continues for Beagle 2
  46. New Engine Could Let Spacecraft Do More with Less Fuel
  47. Spacewalkers Retract Spacecraft's Antenna
  48. 20th Anniversary of the Brightest Supernova in Recent History
  49. Instruments Integrated Into the Supercool Planck Observatory
  50. Star's Magnetic Field Slams its Solar Winds Back Together
  51. Scientists Lobbying to Search for Life on Europa
  52. The Mighty Mississippi, from Space
  53. XMM-Newton's View of Supernova 1987A
  54. Ulysses Sees a Surprise at the Sun's South Pole
  55. Some Galaxies Are Made Almost Entirely of Dark Matter
  56. A Baby Picture of the Sun
  57. Rosetta Gets an Amazing View as it Skims Past Mars
  58. What’s Up this Week: February 26 - March 4, 2007
  59. Our Supermassive Black Hole Is a Natural Particle Accelerator
  60. Podcast: The Story of Galaxy Evolution
  61. High Resolution Views of Comet McNaught's Nucleus
  62. NASA Reveals a Sample Lunar Base
  63. Europe Approves its Mercury Mission
  64. South Pole Telescope Sees First Light
  65. Hail Damages Space Shuttle Atlantis, Delays Launch
  66. New Horizons Gets a Gravity Boost From Jupiter
  67. A Solution for the Black Hole Information Paradox?
  68. Construction for the New Soyuz Launch Facility Begins
  69. Another Reminder: Lunar Eclipse on March 3, 2007
  70. Unique New Perspectives of Saturn
  71. Stephen Hawking Will Experience Zero Gravity
  72. NASA Cutbacks Will Delay Moon Missions
  73. The Perfect Crater for a Moon Settlement?
  74. Chandra and Hubble Imaged Jupiter During New Horizons Flyby
  75. Large Lake and Island Discovered On Titan
  76. Podcast: The Largest Structures in the Universe
  77. What's Up this Week: March 5 - March 11, 2007
  78. Is Pluto a Planet?
  79. Sunlight Puts the Spin on Asteroids
  80. Nowak Fired from NASA
  81. What's Up this Week: March 12 - March 18, 2007
  82. Podcast: The Third Question Show
  83. New Globular Cluster Discovered
  84. Radioactive Core Might Explain Geysers on Enceladus
  85. Photo Contains More Than 1,000 Supermassive Black Holes
  86. Seas Discovered on Titan
  87. Asteroid Sample Return Mission Proposed
  88. A Very Long Lasting Gamma Ray Burst
  89. CryoSat Version 2
  90. No Links to Show Notes
  91. Bin neu
  92. Podcast: What is the Universe Expanding Into?
  93. What’s Up this Week: March 19 - March 25, 2007
  94. SpaceX's Falcon-1 Briefly Reaches Space
  95. Jupiter As Seen From Saturn
  96. Hinode's Amazing New Images of the Sun's Surface
  97. Solar System Shipping Routes
  98. The Countries Most at Risk to Asteroid Impacts
  99. Red Jr. Captured By New Horizons
  100. Supersonic "Bullets" of Gas Ejected from the Orion Nebula
  101. Enceladus Might Mask the Length of Saturn's Day
  102. Snowball Earth Probably Had Warm Spots
  103. Podcast: Asteroids Make Bad Neighbours
  104. What's Up this Week: March 25 - April 1, 2007
  105. Book Review: Drive To Mars
  106. Double Asteroids Revealed as Twin Piles of Rubble
  107. More Images from New Horizon's Jupiter Flyby
  108. Hexagonal Structure at Saturn's North Pole
  109. Observatories Get the Jump on Gamma Ray Bursts
  110. Podcast: The Sun, Spots and All
  111. What’s Up this Week: April 2 - April 8, 2007
  112. Podcast: String Theory, Time Travel, White Holes, Warp Speed, Multiple Dimensions, and Before the Big Bang
  113. What's Up this Week: April 16 - April 22, 2007
  114. Podcast: The Search for Neutrinos
  115. Black Holes Could Provide the Seeds of Life
  116. Hubble's Detailed Photograph of the Carina Nebula
  117. Expedition 14 Returns to Earth
  118. See the Sun, In Thrilling 3-D!
  119. Book Review: Brave New Universe
  120. What's Up this Week: April 23 - April 29, 2007
  121. Earth-Sized Planet Discovered in the Habitable Zone
  122. Matter Should Dominate the Universe Forever
  123. Podcast: Choosing and Using a Telescope
  124. Cooler Stars Need to Keep Out of the Danger Zone
  125. Is Antares the biggest and the brightest star in the Universe?
  126. The Next Solar Cycle is Nearly Upon Us
  127. Saturn's Glowing Rings
  128. Triple View of the Sombrero Galaxy
  129. Steven Hawking Soars
  130. What's Up this Week: April 30 - May 6, 2007
  131. Podcast: Discovering Another Earth
  132. Book Review: The Space Shuttle and Project Constellation
  133. Sea Ice Loss Predictions Aren't Conservative Enough
  134. NASA's Looking for Better Gloves
  135. SOFIA Makes its First Flight
  136. Lighting Up The Past And The Future
  137. Young Stars Trashing Their Nursery
  138. COROT Turns Up its First Planet
  139. Super-Massive Planet Discovered
  140. Astronaut Walter Schirra, 1923-2007
  141. Multiple Generations of Stars in a Cluster
  142. Train Carrying Shuttle Parts Derails
  143. Torrent of New Jupiter Images from New Horizons
  144. Mercury is Soft in the Middle
  145. Spirit Finds and Ancient Volcanic Explosion
  146. Creating the Conditions Inside Supergiant Planets
  147. Ice Depth Varies Across the Surface of Mars
  148. Astrosphere for May 5, 2007
  149. Astrosphere for May 7, 2007
  150. Podcast: Questions Show #4
  151. What’s Up this Week: May 7 - May 13, 2007
  152. Chandra Sees the Brightest Supernova
  153. Ariane 5 Lofts Two Satellites
  154. Astrosphere for May 8, 2007
  155. How Dark Matter Might Have Snuffed Out the First Stars
  156. Book Review: Space Invaders
  157. Saturn, Painted By Storms
  158. Astrosphere for May 9, 2007
  159. Phoenix Lander Arrives in Florida
  160. Astronomers Map the Hot Weather on a Distant Planet
  161. Astrosphere for May 10, 2007
  162. When Our Galaxy Smashes Into Andromeda, What Happens to the Sun?
  163. Maximizing Survival Time Inside the Event Horizon of a Black Hole
  164. Astrosphere for May 11, 2007
  165. A Star as Old as the Universe
  166. Dwarf Galaxies Have a Large Amount of Unseen Matter
  167. New Mission Could Find Star Trek's Planet Vulcan
  168. Microbes Travel With Our Spacecraft
  169. Organic Chemicals Discovered in Titan's High Atmosphere
  170. Astrosphere for May 14, 2007
  171. What's Up this Week: May 14 - May 20, 2007
  172. Podcast: Gamma Ray Bursts
  173. Progress 25 Blasts Off for the Space Station
  174. Cluster Sees Earth's Bow Shock Crumple and Reform
  175. Astrosphere for May 15, 2007
  176. Newly Discovered Planet Orbits in Just 31 Hours
  177. Ring of Dark Matter Discovered Around a Galaxy Cluster
  178. Progress 25 Docks with the Station
  179. Atlantis Rolls out to the Launch Pad
  180. Antarctica Had Vast Regions Melt Recently
  181. Request: a page with all the sources that are being walked through dayley for news
  182. Astrosphere for May 16, 2007
  183. Frictional Heating Creates the Plumes on Enceladus
  184. New Technique for Finding the Mass of Black Holes
  185. Carnival of Space #3
  186. Neptune-Sized Planet Covered in Superhot Ice
  187. Saturn's Rings in Blue
  188. Supermassive Black Holes Set to Merge
  189. Astrosphere for May 18, 2007
  190. Book Review: Pluto and Beyond
  191. Spitzer Shows Young Stars Hatching in Orion
  192. Sensitive Gemini Instrument Damaged
  193. International Sidewalk Astronomy Night - May 19, 2007
  194. Astrosphere for May 22, 2007
  195. Podcast: Gravitational Lensing
  196. What’s Up this Week: May 21 - May 27, 2007
  197. Spirit Scrapes Up Evidence of Mars' Wet Past
  198. Chandra's Look at the Andromeda Galaxy
  199. Evidence of Catastrophic Floods on Mars
  200. Our Lonely Future, 3 Trillion Years From Now
  201. Astrosphere for May 23, 2007
  202. Brown Dwarf Discovered with Jets
  203. Saturn's Rings Could Be Twice as Massive as Previously Believed
  204. Longer Lasting Gamma Ray Bursts
  205. Ejected Black Holes May Take Their Fuel With Them
  206. Carnival of Space #4
  207. Metal Poor Star Found With Planets
  208. Telescope Under the Ice in Antarctica
  209. Coastal Scene on Titan
  210. Astrosphere for May 25, 2007
  211. Dark Caverns Discovered on Mars
  212. Merging Stars Create a New Class of Explosion
  213. Astronauts Will Get Some Warning When the Space Storm's Coming
  214. Podcast: Neutron Stars and their Exotic Cousins
  215. What's Up this Week: May 28 - June 3, 2007
  216. Grand Spiral Galaxy M81 by Hubble
  217. Medium-Sized Black Hole Lurks in a Star Cluster
  218. Astrosphere for May 28, 2007
  219. "The Universe" on the History Channel
  220. Astrosphere for May 29, 2007
  221. Snow Melt is on the Rise in Greenland
  222. Massive Binary System Discovered
  223. Dwarf Galaxy is Falling Into our Local Group for the First Time
  224. Dark Matter Annihilation at the Centre of the Milky Way
  225. Supermassive Black Holes Spin at the Limits of Relativity
  226. Astrosphere for May 30, 2007
  227. Blue Moon on May 31st, 2007
  228. Star Formation is Active in the Galactic Suburbs
  229. One of the Most Energetic Events Ever Seen in the Universe
  230. Right in the Middle Between a Planet and a Star
  231. Cosmonauts Install Debris Panels on the Station
  232. NASA Administrator Isn't Sure Global Warming is a Problem
  233. Grapple Attachment May Be Added to the James Webb Telescope
  234. Astrosphere for May 31, 2007
  235. Astronomers See the Face of Altair
  236. Amateurs Help Discover a Planet that Might be a Brown Dwarf
  237. XMM-Newton Analyzes a Huge Collection of Newly Forming Stars
  238. Spitzer Locates a Binary Pair of Black Holes
  239. Atlantis is Go for Launch, June 8
  240. shuttle delay of 3 months due to weather
  241. Astrosphere for June 1, 2007
  242. Astrosphere for June 4, 2007
  243. Two Spacecraft will Image Venus Together
  244. Recent Landslide on Mars
  245. Deathwatch on a Red Giant Star
  246. Mars Garden Wins at a Flower Show
  247. What's Up this Week: June 4 - June 10, 2007
  248. Podcast: Astrology and UFOs
  249. Looking to hire a web assistant
  250. Astrosphere for June 5, 2007