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  1. Where In the Universe Challenge #31
  2. Good News and Great Pictures from STS-126
  3. Underground Water Reservoirs Power Geysers on Enceladus
  4. Listen to Astroengine Live on WPRT Radio, Today
  5. Chandrayaan-1 Feeling the Heat
  6. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast - November 28-30, 2008
  7. Fragments of Canadian Fireball Found
  8. Wilkins Ice Shelf in Danger
  9. Looking for the answer to this week's WITU Challenge?
  10. Pictures of Canadian Meteorite
  11. Moon, Venus and Jupiter Dazzle on December 1
  12. Shuttle Landing: Beautiful; Progress Docking: Last-Minute Excitement
  13. Wood Plank Found on Mars?
  14. Old Space Observatory Spare Parts to Search for Dirty Bombs
  15. Made in Korea: Lunar Lander Unveiled
  16. Who Listens For Phoenix?
  17. Conjuction Images From Dec. 1, '08
  18. Holiday Glitter With Omega Centauri
  19. A New Type of Comet?
  20. Fare Alert! Price Drops for XCOR's Ticket to Space
  21. This Week's Where In The Universe Challenge
  22. Brown Dwarfs Form Like Stars
  23. Astronomers 'Time Travel' to 16th Century Supernova
  24. Head-sized Meteorite Found From Canadian Fireball
  25. Seeing Venus in a New Light
  26. dark matter
  27. Swift Detects X-Ray Emissions from Comets
  28. Mars Science Laboratory Mission Delayed Two Years
  29. Iran to Launch Animals to Space
  30. Students Find Exoplanet
  31. Teddy Bears Go To Space
  32. Hubble Repair Mission Will Launch in May '09
  33. Future Missions to Mars Will be Joint NASA/ESA Efforts
  34. First Images Emerge of Damage to the LHC, Replacements Arrive
  35. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast - December 5-7, 2008
  36. WITU Challenge: The Answer
  37. Report: Early Warning System Needed for LHC
  38. "Stairways" on Mars Lead to Clues on Cyclical, Moderate Climate
  39. Exploding Colorado Fireball, 100 Times Brighter than the Moon (Video)
  40. Constellation Development Pushes Ahead: Rocket Test Fire, Component Assembly
  41. Cheers! Japanese Brewery Produces Space Beer
  42. Powerful Rivers of Gas Imaged Around Star-Forming Swan Nebula
  43. Hubble's Early Festivities: Imaging the M13 Globular Cluster "Snow Globe"
  44. "Leap Second" to be Added to World Clocks
  45. Carbon Dioxide Detected on Exoplanet HD 189733b
  46. Beyond Any Reasonable Doubt: A Supermassive Black Hole Lives in Centre of Our Galaxy
  47. Stuck in California: Shuttle Endeavour's Delayed Flight Home
  48. HiRISE Wows Again, This Time in 3-D
  49. Where In the Universe #33
  50. For the Last Time in Texas: Endeavour Pit-Stops at Fort Worth
  51. Time Magazine Top 10 Scientific Discoveries of 2008: Space and Physics Dominate
  52. Groundwater May Have Played Important Role in Shaping Mars
  53. Geminid Meteor Shower Sparkles On December 13
  54. The Christmas Star - Fact or Fiction?
  55. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast - December 12-14, 2008
  56. Nominations: The Universe Today Top 10 Scientific Endeavours of 2008
  57. What About the Space Exploration Crisis? NASA Budget Could be Cut to Save Money
  58. Bringing WIMP Theory into Question: Is There Another Dark Matter Explanation?
  59. Astronomers Now Looking For Exomoons Around Exoplanets
  60. U.S. Space-Launch Vehicle Technology – Viking to Space Shuttle
  61. "Clumpiness" of Mars Soil Clue to Climate Cycles
  62. The Neutral Hydrogen Gun: A New Solar Flare Phenomenon
  63. Amazing Close-up Images Show Enceladus is Changing
  64. Russian Space Agency Getting Close to Cause of Re-entry Anomaly and Hard Landing
  65. Possible Cryovolcanoes on Titan
  66. No "Big Rip" in our Future: Chandra Provides Insights Into Dark Energy
  67. More Thoughts (and now math!) On What Came Before the Big Bang
  68. Today is Wright Brothers Day
  69. Spaceport America Closer to Reality
  70. Great Space Shuttle Pictures
  71. Water 'Way Out There
  72. Where In The Universe #34
  73. Stargazing with Binoculars
  74. Jupiter's Moon Plays Hide-and-Seek with Hubble
  75. Wanted: Observers For Rare Astronomical Event!
  76. Podcast: Robots in Space
  77. How to Drive the Mars Rovers, Part 1: Rover Updates
  78. Another Discovery Points to Past Water and Habitability on Mars
  79. 40th Anniversary of the Great Gamble: Apollo 8
  80. Stephen Hawking – A Biography
  81. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast - December 19-21, 2008
  82. Did You Find the Answer To This Week's WITU Challenge?
  83. From Star Wars to Sky Wars in Development of Aircraft-based Anti-Missile Laser
  84. The Brightest Stars
  85. 2012: No Comet
  86. First Test Flight of WhiteKnightTwo
  87. How to Drive a Mars Rover, Part 2
  88. The Universe - Season One
  89. MRO: Mars Storm Chaser
  90. How to Drive a Mars Rover, Part 3: Five Years on Mars
  91. New Space Elevator Consortium
  92. ISS Spacewalk Attempts to Fix Soyuz Problem
  93. SpaceX, Orbital Sciences Awarded ISS Re-supply Contract
  94. Where In The Universe #35
  95. Podcast: The Christmas Star
  96. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast - December 26-28, 2008
  97. Studying Black Holes Using a PlayStation 3
  98. Ice on the Moon? Debate Resumes
  99. The International Year of Astronomy is Almost Here!
  100. New Report Details Columbia Accident, Recommends Improvements
  101. Stunning New Images of Saturn's Rings
  102. New Year's Eve Where In The Universe Challenge
  103. More Evidence Earth is Not Center of Universe
  104. Best Space Images of 2008
  105. The Return of (Little) Bigfoot on Mars
  106. Listen In to the International Year of Astronomy
  107. Where In the Universe Answer Now Posted
  108. Phoenix Not Covered With Ice — Yet
  109. The Universe Today Top 10 Scientific Endeavours of 2008
  110. Did Dark Matter Power Early Stars?
  111. BAUT Ads
  112. Happy Birthday Spirit!
  113. AAS Meeting Coverage This Week
  114. Live Video Coverage from AAS
  115. Young Stars Forming Near Galactic Black Hole
  116. The Case of the Disappearing Planetary Disks
  117. Broken-up Asteroids Found Orbiting White Dwarfs
  118. Hubble, Spitzer Collaborate for Stunning Panorama of Galactic Center
  119. Triple Whammy: Milky Way More Massive, Spinning Faster and More Likely to Collide
  120. Watch More Events Live from AAS on Tuesday Jan. 6
  121. New Ares Construction "Towers" Over 39B
  122. Cassiopeia A Comes Alive in 3-D Movies
  123. Could Mystery Outburst be a New Stellar Phenomena?
  124. American Astronomical Society Meeting, Long Beach - Day 2
  125. Molecules in Gamma-Ray Burst Detected
  126. "Lighthouse" Analogy No Longer Works for Pulsars
  127. Podcast: How Old is the Universe?
  128. If Brown Isn't a Color, What Color are Brown Dwarfs?
  129. AAS Session 328: Black Holes I, January 6th
  130. With No Smoke or Mirrors, Spacecraft Hunts for Active Galaxies with Central Black Hol
  131. Blogger Meet-Up Jan. 7 in Long Beach
  132. International Year of Astronomy Opening Ceremonies
  133. This Week's Where In The Universe Challenge
  134. Could Quark Stars Explain Magnetars Strong Magnetic Field?
  135. Invading Stars Faster Than Speeding Bullet
  136. WR 104 Won't Kill Us After All
  137. Atmospheres of Super Earths
  138. Which Comes First: Galaxy or Black Hole?
  139. Cosmic Radio Noise Booms Six Times Louder Than Expected
  140. A Cheap Solution for Getting to Mars?
  141. Latest Images From HiRISE (More Eye Candy)
  142. Want to know the answer for the WITU Challenge?
  143. What a Relief! New Space Toilet Being Designed
  144. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast - January 9-11, 2009
  145. Who Will Be the Next NASA Administrator?
  146. NASA Tests New Super-Thin High Alitude Balloon
  147. Hunt is on for "Killer" Third Star in BD+20 307 Binary System
  148. After the Storm: Measuring the Structure and Temperature of a Quiescent Neutron Star
  149. SpaceX Falcon 9 Now Vertical at Cape Canaveral (Gallery)
  150. Watch the New Moon Rover in Action
  151. Profiling Potential Supernovae
  152. Stardust and Aerogel Return Home Again
  153. XCOR Releases New Images of Rocket Test
  154. XMM Newton Zeroes in on Zombie Star
  155. Aurora Australis at the South Pole
  156. Viewing Earth as an Extra-Solar Planet
  157. Comet Lulin is On the Way!
  158. Fine Young Big Blue Cannibal Stars
  159. Where In The Universe Challenge #37
  160. Ground-Based Telescopes Observe Atmospheres of Exoplanets
  161. Was Galileo the First?
  162. Radio Astronomers Form Telescope the Size of Earth
  163. Venus Possibly Had Continents, Oceans
  164. Will We Look Like This in 5 Billion Years?
  165. Watch Very Cool Video of a Hot Engine
  166. Large Quantities of Methane Being Replenished on Mars
  167. Apollo Rock Reveals Moon Had Molten Core
  168. Study Solves Mystery of How Massive Stars Form
  169. NASA ISS Supply Contracts to SpaceX and Orbital On Hold
  170. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast - January 16-18, 2009
  171. Check Out the Answer For This Week's WITU Challenge
  172. Latest Chandrayaan-1 Images
  173. Naming Pluto (Review)
  174. "Google Satellite" Will Have an Orbital View Over Obama's Inauguration
  175. Citizen Science: Unmannedspaceflight.com
  176. Mars Methane Movies
  177. Russia Proposes Mission to Search for Evidence of Astroengineering
  178. Exoplanet Could Be More Earth-like Than Previously Thought
  179. Space Telescope of the Future: SIM
  180. Automated Telescope Network Finds Neptune-Sized World
  181. The Inauguration of President Barack Obama from Space
  182. Lots of Pure Water Ice at Mars North Pole
  183. NASA Does the Parade Wave and Moon Walk
  184. No More Tourists on the ISS?
  185. This Week's Where In The Universe Challenge
  186. Zoom 13 Million Light-years to See Heart of Active Galaxy
  187. Top Secret: Delta IV Heavy Rips Through Florida Skies
  188. A Twist on the "Trunk" - IC1396 and Van den Berg 142 by Takayuki Yoshida
  189. Scientists Want to Exhume Galileo's Body
  190. Has the Moon Changed Its Face?
  191. More Top Secret in Space: Inspecting a Crippled Defense Satellite
  192. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast - January 23-25, 2009
  193. Chandrayaan-1 Instrument Detects First X-ray Signature from Moon
  194. Answer for This Week's WITU Challenge Now Posted
  195. You Know You're An Astronomer When…
  196. Take a 3-D Ride Through Tycho Crater
  197. Strange Asteroid 2009 BD Stalks the Earth
  198. Take a Personal Tour of the ISS
  199. January 26 Annular Eclipse Photos
  200. Gigapan Inaugural Image Come From NASA-Derived Rover Technology
  201. Help Hubble Makes Its Next Discovery
  202. Global Warming May Be Irreversible
  203. A Disturbance in the Force in Centaurus A
  204. Weather Report for Distant Planet: Variable Heat Wave
  205. Take Time to Remember Our Heroes…
  206. Superoutburst of the Dwarf Nova QZ Virginis
  207. Where In The Universe #40
  208. Spirit Rover Having Memory, Mobility Problems
  209. A Rose By Any Other Name…
  210. Hydrocarbon Downpours Could Be Creating New Lakes on Titan
  211. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast: January 30 - February 1, 2009
  212. In Depth Observing - M81 and M82
  213. Two Rockets Fly Through Auroral Arc
  214. The Answer for This Week's WITU Challenge Now Posted
  215. Ares I-X 2009 Test Flight Progress: Pyrotechnic Stage Separation
  216. China Building Huge 500-Meter Radio Telescope
  217. Russia Wants to Build New Space Station, Extend Life of ISS to 2020
  218. R Coronae Borealis At Faintest
  219. Comet C/2007 N3 Lulin - A Twist In The Tail
  220. Super Bowl Goes to Space
  221. Journey Inside A Bok Globule
  222. Google Oceans, Google Mars
  223. Cassini Will Switch to Back-up Thrusters
  224. More Faults Found in LHC, But No Further Delay to Start-up
  225. Iran Launches Satellite into Orbit
  226. Smallest Terrestrial Exoplanet Yet Detected
  227. Has the ISS Suffered Structural Damage?
  228. Satellite That Went 'Splat' Now Ready for Liftoff
  229. "Over Twitter" To Find Out What's Orbiting Over Your Head
  230. More Faults Found in LHC, But No Further Delay to Start-up
  231. New Technique to Accurately Measure Asteroids
  232. Take a Spin Around the Altair Lunar Lander
  233. Where In The Universe #41
  234. New Robot Could Explore Treacherous Terrain on Mars
  235. Deep Hubble View of Unusual "Fluffy" Galaxy – and Beyond
  236. Astronomers Find Cosmic Dust Fountain
  237. HiRISE Captures Bolide Break-up and Impact on Mars
  238. Opportunity Rover Sidelined by Charged Particle Hit
  239. Answer Now Posted for This Week's WITU Challenge
  240. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast - February 6-8, 2009
  241. More Images From Aurora Flights
  242. NASA Launch Notes: Go/No-Go
  243. New Potentially Hazardous Asteroid Discovered
  244. Next-Generation Telescope Gets Team
  245. Satellite Images of 2009 Australian Bushfires
  246. Look Into the Cat's Eye…
  247. Australian Wildfire Update
  248. LCROSS Gets Set for Lunar Smash-Up
  249. NuSTAR Will Ride Pegasus XL to Orbit
  250. CERN Aims for LHC Restart in September, First Collisions in October