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  1. 62 New Meteor Showers to Enjoy
  2. Two Equinox Sunspots
  3. Build the Ares I-X in Less Than Six Minutes
  4. Spitzer Watches Planet-Forming Disk Change Quickly
  5. Columbia Hills Flyover 2.0; Awesome Meridiani Mosaics
  6. Yes, There's Water on the Moon
  7. IYA "Live" Telescope Today – NGC 7009
  8. Sky Scouting Out Astronomy Fun!
  9. Where In The Universe #72
  10. The Saturn System: A Feast for the Eyes
  11. Third and Final Flyby of Mercury for MESSENGER Next Week
  12. New Images Reveal "Pure" Water Ice at Low Latitudes on Mars
  13. Water on the Moon: What Does it Mean?
  14. Russian Space Official: Space Shuttles Could Fly Beyond 2011
  15. SMART-1 Releases Image of LCROSS Impact Site
  16. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast – September 25-27, 2009
  17. Infrared Moonset
  18. From Space: Huge River of Dust Over Australia
  19. A Prototype Detector for Dark Matter in the Milky Way
  20. Podcast: Atmospheres
  21. Answer to Last Week's WITU Challenge
  22. Giga Galaxy Zoom Trilogy Now Complete
  23. Spectacular Soyuz Rollout Images
  24. Carnival of Space #122
  25. LCROSS Team Changes Target Crater for Impact
  26. NASA's Version of Star Trek Replicator Ready for On Orbit Test
  27. Cosmic-Ray Intensity Hits 50-Year High
  28. LRO Takes Second, Closer Look at Apollo 11 Landing Site
  29. Hubble Sees Galaxies Stripped by Ram Pressure
  30. MESSENGER Went Into Safe Mode Approaching Mercury
  31. Soyuz Launch Video
  32. GOCE Satellite Begins Mapping Earth's Gravity in Lower Orbit Than Expected
  33. Where In The Universe #73
  34. LRO Provides Flashback to 1966
  35. The Sky-Watcher AZ4 102 Refractor Telescope… How Sweet It is!
  36. Podcast: Binary Stars
  37. New Search for Dark Energy Goes Back in Time
  38. NASA Tests New Robotic Lander for Future Moon, Asteroid Missions
  39. NASA 3-D Map Shows Flooding Rains of Typhoon Ketsana
  40. Rocky World COROT-7b Rains Rocks
  41. Answer for This Week's WITU Challenge Now Available
  42. More New Looks at Mercury from MESSENGER
  43. Ig Nobel Prizes Awarded for 2009
  44. Herschel Sees Hidden Stars in the Southern Cross
  45. Busy Space Station: 3 Soyuz Now Docked to ISS
  46. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast – October 2-4, 2009
  47. Tourists to ISS Two at a Time Starting 2012?
  48. Opportunity Finds Another Big Meteorite
  49. Carnival of Space #123
  50. Amazing Ring Ripples
  51. Star Party at the White House and Other Upcoming Events
  52. Massive Mosaic of Mercury
  53. Understanding 2008 TC3 a Year After Impact
  54. NASA Astronaut Dies
  55. Your CCD Camera Just Won a Nobel Prize
  56. Trips to Mars in 39 Days
  57. Two Black Holes Play a Little One on One
  58. Arctic Sea Ice Extent is Third Lowest on Record
  59. New Evidence of Seasonal Change on Titan
  60. Spitzer Sees Giant Ring Around Saturn
  61. Apophis' Odds of Earth Impact Downgraded
  62. SMART -1 Updates Image for LCROSS Impact
  63. Pictures and Videos Capture Canadian Fireball from Sept. 25, 2009
  64. Astronomy Night at the White House
  65. Guide to Seeing the LCROSS Lunar Impact
  66. No, NASA Is Not Bombing the Moon
  67. This Week's Where In The Universe Challenge
  68. Europa Capable of Supporting Life, Scientist Says
  69. Why We All Love HiRISE
  70. More Water 'Out There:' Ice Found on Asteroid
  71. LCROSS (and the Moon) Up Close
  72. LCROSS Impacts Moon, Science Data Pending
  73. LRO Spots Apollo 14 Booster Crash Site on Moon
  74. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast – October 9-11, 2009
  75. Moon Impact Data and Images from LCROSS: First Glance
  76. Here Be Dragons on Mars!
  77. Amazing Zoomable Poster on 50 Years of Space Exploration
  78. Answer for Last Week's WITU Challenge Now Available
  79. Hubble's Amazing Rescue on NOVA
  80. New Hubble Release: Dramatic Galaxy Collision
  81. Carnival of Space #124
  82. Now Watch This: Saturn Aurora Movie
  83. Asteroid Pallas is Also a Protoplanet
  84. A Very Large 3-D Movie
  85. Straight From the Island of Misfit Galaxies: Barnard
  86. 2012: Combat the Nonsense
  87. Where In the Universe #75
  88. Amateur Astronomer is "Chasing Galileo"
  89. Tweet Your Way to the Next Space Shuttle Launch
  90. More Water on the Moon: Second Instrument Confirms Findings
  91. If We Live in a Multiverse, How Many Are There?
  92. Spacecraft Detects Mysterious "Ribbon" at Edge of Solar System
  93. Amazing and Marvelous Mars Dunes
  94. Find the Answer for This Week's WITU Challenge
  95. Where Could Humans Survive in our Solar System?
  96. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast – October 16-18, 2009
  97. Request For Twilight Observations of U Scorpii
  98. Hot Crescent Rolls… A Bubble?
  99. Moon Crash Plume Visible to Spacecraft But Not Earth Telescopes
  100. Opportunity Discovers Still Another Meteorite! Find It on Google Mars
  101. HARPS Discovers 32 New Exoplanets
  102. Giant Impact Near India — Not Mexico — May Have Killed Dinosaurs
  103. Space Shuttle Looses Battle of Launch Dates
  104. My Dad's Treehouse
  105. Launches and Dockings and Robots, Oh My!
  106. MER Team Prepares to Extract Spirit
  107. LRO, Chandrayaan-1 Scientist Arrested for Espionage
  108. Ares I-X at the Launchpad
  109. Organic Molecules Detected in Exoplanet Atmosphere
  110. Carnival of Space #125
  111. IYA Live Telescope: Mmmm, Mmmmm, Good!
  112. Skies Sparkle For Both Hemispheres – The Annual Orionid Meteor Shower!
  113. Could a Black Hole Fit in Your Computer or In Your Pocket?
  114. The Orionid Meteor Shower – What Did You See?
  115. NASA Administrator Orders Study of Heavy Lift Alternatives
  116. This Week's Where In The Universe Challenge
  117. Have a Galileo Moment
  118. Galaxy Cluster Far, Far Away Smashes Distance Record
  119. Missions to Mars Poster
  120. Committee Urges Multi-Destination Plan for NASA Human Space Flight
  121. More Chunks of SUV-Smashing Meteorite Found
  122. Top Questions That Keep Physicists Awake at Night
  123. Answer to This Week's WITU Challenge Now Posted
  124. Ares I-X Test Flight is Go For Oct. 27 (Video)
  125. Podcast: Dragon*Con With Seth Shostak
  126. Podcast: Famous Stars
  127. Podcast: Dwarf Stars
  128. Meteorite Impact in Latvia Creates 20-Meter Crater
  129. Weather Only Issue for Ares I-X Test Flight
  130. Carnival of Space #126
  131. Can I Have One More MoonWatch With You?
  132. MESSENGER Solves Solar Flare Mystery
  133. The Stats Are In: No Global Cooling
  134. Ares I-X Launch Scrub: Can You Say "Triboelectrification?"
  135. Free NASA iPhone App
  136. IYA Live Telescope – M50
  137. Exploring With an Armada of Autonomous Robots
  138. Particles Injected into Large Hadron Collider
  139. Volunteers Still Needed for Simulated Mars Mission
  140. Will Russia's Next Rocket be Nuclear?
  141. Arex I-X Launches Successfully
  142. Einstein Still Rules, Says Fermi Telescope Team
  143. More Observations of GRB 090423, the Most Distant Known Object in the Universe
  144. LRO Takes Closer Look at Apollo 17 Landing Site
  145. Supernova 2009js… Another One Bites The Dust!
  146. Ares I-X Launch Image Gallery
  147. Where In The Universe #77
  148. Telescopes Open Up the Jewel Box
  149. What's Next for the Ares Rocket?
  150. Ares I-X Booster Damaged
  151. Northern Spring Approaches on Mars: Will Phoenix Phone Home?
  152. You're In For a Treat: WITU Answer Now Posted
  153. Bacteria Could Survive in Martian Soil
  154. Ares I-X Manager Addresses Booster Damage, Stage Tumbling and Thrust Oscillation
  155. Asteroid Explosion over Indonesia
  156. Happy Halloween From Saturn
  157. 1 Milky Way; 3,000 Images
  158. Carnival of Space #127
  159. Podcast: Constellations
  160. No Earth-Sized Planet Hunting for Kepler Until 2011
  161. Solving the Mystery of Cosmic Rays' Origins
  162. Two ESA Satellites Launch Successfully
  163. Bolden Revamps NASA Advisory Council
  164. Jupiter's Dueling Red Spots
  165. Fabulous! Enceladus Raw Flyby Images
  166. Do "Skeleton" Filaments Give Structure to the Universe?
  167. Chase Plane Footage of Ares I-X Flight
  168. Mercury Gives Up More Secrets to MESSENGER
  169. Space Junk Threatens Future Missions
  170. Hints of More Extra-Galactic Planets
  171. New CMB Measurements Support Standard Model
  172. Masten wins $1 million X-Prize on Last Possible Day
  173. Neutron Star at Core of Cas A Has Carbon Atmosphere
  174. Rosetta to Make Final Earth Flyby Nov. 13th
  175. Multi-Planet System is Chaotic, Dusty
  176. LRO's Closer Look at the Apollo 12 Landing Site
  177. Mars Explorers May Use AI to Become 'Cyborg Astrobiologists'
  178. This Week's WITU Challenge
  179. Going Up? Top Floor, Space Elevator Games 2009
  180. NASA May Drop Ares I-Y Test Flight
  181. Hubble Unveils Stunning Star Birth in M83
  182. STS-129 Behind the Scenes: How to Put on the "Pumpkin Suit"
  183. High School Students Get Published in Astrophysics Journal
  184. Found: Theoretical Supernova Actually Exists
  185. 3-D Virtual Moon Browser from Kaguya Data
  186. Bread Dropped By Bird Causes Problems for LHC
  187. Podcast: Planet X
  188. Podcast: Pulsars
  189. Answer for This Week's WITU Challenge Now Available
  190. Space Junk May Force Crew from ISS
  191. Early Galaxy Pinpoints Reionization Era
  192. One Strange Mars Rock
  193. Surviving 2012: Ian O'Neill on Discovery Channel Sunday Night
  194. What Really Happened on Apollo 13?
  195. Remembering Carl Sagan
  196. NASA and ESA Sign Mars Exploration Joint Initiative
  197. Why did HAL sing 'Daisy'?
  198. Camera Network Spies Anomalous Meteorite
  199. Physicist Vitaly Ginzburg Dies at age 93
  200. LaserMotive Takes Prize During Space Elevator Games
  201. Planetary Society to Launch Three Separate Solar Sails
  202. Surprise! Unknown Asteroid Buzzed Earth
  203. LRO's Closer Look at Apollo 11 Landing Site
  204. Stuck Spirit Rover Moves!
  205. NASA Satellites Monitor Tropical Storm Ida
  206. New Module for ISS Launches
  207. Carnival of Space #128
  208. Hard-Luck Hayabusa In More Trouble
  209. Great Observatories Combine for Stunning Look at Milky Way
  210. Finding the Mama Bear of Black Holes
  211. the Bluffer's Guide to the Cosmos
  212. Good News for Science News
  213. Vatican Holds Conference on Extraterrestrial Life
  214. Stunning Cassini Image to Knock Your Socks Off
  215. Up, Up and Away! Helium Balloon Telescope Explores the Sun
  216. Shedding Light on the Sun's "Lithium Mystery"
  217. Where In The Universe #79
  218. 2012: NASA's Scientific Reality Check
  219. Suborbital Could Be 'Next Big Thing' for Space Science
  220. Unusual Massive White Dwarf Stars Have Oxygen Atmospheres
  221. Video Preview of Next Shuttle Mission
  222. Crescent Earth as Seen by Comet Chasing Spacecraft
  223. Answer Now Posted for This Week's WITU Challenge
  224. Time Magazine Names NASA's Ares-I As "Best Invention of 2009"
  225. Ok, Spirit Rover, Let's Blow This Pop Stand!
  226. LCROSS Confirms "Buckets"of Water on the Moon
  227. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast – November 13-15, 2009
  228. Just Released! Video of Tranquility Base via LRO
  229. The Artist of Apollo 12
  230. Water on the Moon
  231. Atlas Launch halted by ORCA; Shuttle Atlantis Next in Line
  232. Clock Ticking for Shuttle Atlantis on Critical Resupply Mission
  233. Designing a Better Astronaut Glove
  234. Tweeters and Atlantis Ready for Launch
  235. Carnival of Space #129
  236. NASA to Fund Primate Radiation Research
  237. New Movie Reveals Birth of Super-Suns
  238. Leonids Light Up The Night – 2009 Leonid Meteor Shower Information
  239. Dawn Takes up Residence in Asteroid Belt
  240. Go to Bed for NASA
  241. Second Exoplanet with Retrograde Orbit Discovered
  242. 35 Radio Observatories Link to Break Record
  243. Bob Crippen on the Current State of NASA
  244. Astronomers Find Type Ia Supernova Just Waiting to Happen
  245. Atlantis Roars to Space for Trek to ISS
  246. Romanian Group Attempts Moon Mission With Giant Balloon
  247. Podcast: Eclipses
  248. Kid's Astronomy: Celestial Birds Migrate West?
  249. US, China Agree to Discuss Cooperation in Space
  250. Spirit Extrication, Day 1: Drive Stopped After 1 Second