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  1. Why Was the February 27, 2010 Tsunami Smaller than Expected?
  2. Chilean Telescopes OK, ESO Reports
  3. STS 130: Cool Night Landing Video from the Shuttle Strip
  4. Great Binoculars For Kids – Celestron 12X25 UpClose Binoculars
  5. Universe Puzzle No. 3
  6. What Can The (Dark) Matter Be?
  7. Look for "Flood" of News This Week About Water on the Moon
  8. Audio stream URL
  9. Water Ice Found on Moon's North Pole
  10. Carnival of Space #143
  11. Get Ready for the Next Shuttle Mission, STS-131
  12. Chilean Earthquake May Have Shortened the Length of a Day on Earth
  13. Satellite Images of Chile Earthquake
  14. Phoenix Still Silent as Martian Ice Recedes
  15. Using Gravitational Lensing to Measure Age and Size of Universe
  16. Follow Closest Flyby of Phobos in Real Time
  17. MRO Radar Maps Extensive Subsurface Martian Ice
  18. Buzz Aldrin Says We Can Get to Mars by 2019
  19. Gallery: Midnight Shuttle Rollout
  20. Answer to Universe Puzzle No. 3 Posted
  21. Second-Generation Star Supports Cannibal Theory of Milky Way
  22. Where In The Universe #94
  23. Spirit Hunkered Down for Winter; Stuck Forever ? Maybe Not !
  24. Best "Blue Marble" Images Yet
  25. Scientists Come to a Conclusion: Asteroid Killed the Dinosaurs
  26. GOES-P Goes to Space
  27. Podcast: Behind the Scenes at NASA TV
  28. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast: March 5-7, 2010
  29. Answer for This Week's WITU Challenge Now Posted
  30. Bolden: There is No "Plan B" In Development
  31. Could Phobos Be Hollow?
  32. Gorilla On Mars?
  33. Astronomy Without A Telescope – The Hitchhikers Guide To The Solar System
  34. A New Edition of This Week In Space
  35. Taking The Pulse Of A Supernova – NGC 4490
  36. Universe Puzzle No. 4
  37. Obama to Unveil "Ambitous" Plan for NASA
  38. Possibility of Past Water on Mars Takes a Hit
  39. Carnival of Space #144, Oscar Edition
  40. Where's My Jetpack? Right Here
  41. SpaceX Falcon 9 Test Fire Ends with Abort
  42. Massive Repeated Explosions Halted Star Formation in Early Universe
  43. It’s Not Just The Astronauts That Are Getting Older
  44. Answer to Universe Puzzle No. 4 Now Posted
  45. NASA manager says Shuttle Extension Possible; Key Issue Is Money not Safety
  46. World-wide Campaign Sheds New Light on Nature's "LHC"
  47. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast: March 12-14, 2010
  48. Where In The Universe #95
  49. Astronomy Without A Telescope – Home Made Quark-Gluon Soup
  50. Successful Engine Test Firing for SpaceX Inaugural Falcon 9
  51. A Deep Sky Celebration…
  52. Gemini – Twins Everywhere!
  53. New Episode of This Week In Space With Miles O'Brien
  54. Universe Puzzle No. 5
  55. Carnival of Space #145
  56. New Images of Phobos from Mars Express Flyby
  57. Video of Falcon 9 Hotfire Test
  58. Answer Now Posted for WITU #95
  59. Spacewalking: Through an Astronaut's Eyes
  60. New Hubble Project Will Survey Beginnings of Cosmic Time
  61. Cassini the Artist: Shadows, Ringshine, Double Crescent Moons
  62. New Images Unlock Secrets of Jupiter's Red Spot
  63. Beautiful Cosmic Barbeque Pit
  64. You, Too Can Find Missing Russian Spacecraft
  65. Planck Reveals Giant Dust Structures in our Local Neighborhood
  66. Where In The Universe #96
  67. Answer to Universe Puzzle No. 5 Now Posted
  68. Spitzer Spies Earliest Black Holes
  69. STS-134 Does Star Trek with New Poster
  70. ISS Change of Command as Russian American Crew readies Earth return
  71. Snowy Soyuz Touchdown!
  72. Unexpected Life Found Under Antarctic Ice (Video)
  73. This is Getting Boring: General Relativity Passes Yet another Big Test!
  74. Finally, a "Normal" Exoplanet
  75. Secret Mini Space Shuttle Could Launch April 19
  76. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast: March 19-21, 2010
  77. Did You Know: Russian Lunokhod Rovers Created Memorials on the Moon Honoring Women
  78. Will Discovery Be 'Go for Launch' or Forced to Roll Back?
  79. The Periodic Table of Science Bloggers
  80. Astronomy Without A Telescope – How To Impress An Alien (Or Not)
  81. Obama Made Mistake Cancelling NASA’s Constellation; Sen. Bill Nelson
  82. This Week in Space — Chicken Little Edition
  83. Unprecedented Eruption Catches Astronomers By Surprise
  84. Galaxies in Early Universe Experienced "Growth Spurt"
  85. Universe Puzzle No. 6
  86. Astronomers Find Black Holes Do Not Absorb Dark Matter
  87. New Cloaking Device Hides Objects in Three Dimensions
  88. Amazing Mars Flyover Videos Keep Getting Better and Better
  89. Carnival of Space #146
  90. First Flight of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo
  91. Review: Hubble 3-D IMAX
  92. Mir's Fiery Re-entry, March 23, 2001
  93. Answer to Last Week's WITU Challenge
  94. Chinese Dragon in Space!
  95. Peggy Whitson: A Heroine of Science and Technology
  96. SDO On Station Transmitting First Data as Solar Science Payloads Open Today
  97. ISS to get 'Man Cave' Complete with Robot Butler
  98. Sexy New James Webb Space Telescope "Trailer"
  99. UK Launches New Space Agency
  100. Astronomers Find 90% More Universe!
  101. MRO Sees Opportunity on the Edge of Concepcion Crater (and more!)
  102. Where In The Universe #97
  103. Earth Hour 2010
  104. Russians Unveil Science Beauty in Florida
  105. Answer to Universe Puzzle No. 6 Now Posted
  106. Fate of Apollo 13 Crew Might Have Been Much Different Than Originally Thought
  107. Watch History Live from the Large Hadron Collider
  108. A Look Inside the Space Shuttle "Garage"
  109. Answer to This Week's WITU Challenge
  110. Hubble Confirms Cosmic Acceleration with Weak Lensing
  111. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast: March 26 – 28, 2010
  112. Astronomy Without A Telescope – Say No To Mass Extinction
  113. This Week in Space, Episode 12
  114. Spirit Freezing; We Will Move Her if We Can
  115. Universe Puzzle No. 7
  116. A New Look at the Moon: Stunning 3-D Lunar Landscapes
  117. How Long Can the ISS Really Last?
  118. Carnival of Space #147
  119. Pacman Eats The Death Star!
  120. SpaceX Activates Station Communications System for Future Dragon Dockings
  121. LHC Sets Record for Particle Collisions, Marks "New Territory" in Physics
  122. Astronaut Explains Why We Should Return to the Moon
  123. 3 Welds to Go for 1st Orion Pathfinder Vehicle
  124. Answer to Universe Puzzle No. 7 Now Posted
  125. Where In The Universe #98
  126. NGC 1097 Galaxy Jets: They Aren't Just For Breakfast Anymore
  127. NASA: A possible Reprieve for Phoenix
  128. ISS Crew Forgets Spacesuits in April 1 EVA
  129. Soyuz Blasts off with Russian American Crew for Easter ISS arrival
  130. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast: April 2-4, 2010
  131. Skydiver Hopes to Break the Speed of Sound in Freefall
  132. What NASA Means to the Future
  133. Silent Spirit … Long Winter Ahead
  134. Magnetic Fields in Spiral Galaxies – Explained at Last?
  135. Astronomy Without A Telescope – Is An Anomalous Anomaly A Normality?
  136. Countdown Clock Ticking for Discovery Blast off on April 5
  137. This Week In Space, Episode 13
  138. Andromeda's Double Nucleus – Explained at Last?
  139. Discovery Unveiled on Easter Sunday to the Heavens Above
  140. Universe Puzzle No. 8
  141. Watch Discovery's Launch Video for STS-131
  142. Discovery Dazzles with Two Dawns in One Day
  143. Amazing Pic: ISS Flys Through Aurora
  144. Answer for Last Week's WITU Challenge
  145. Stunning Science Using Nature's Telescope
  146. Planet Dance…
  147. A Space Shuttle Tradition that's Full of Beans
  148. Mystery Object Found Orbiting Brown Dwarf
  149. NASA Extends Contract With Russia For Rides on the Soyuz
  150. Antenna Glitch hinders Data Flow from Inspection of Discovery
  151. Astronomers Begin Observing Hanny's Voorwerp with the Hubble Space Telescope
  152. Double Spaceship Sighting Alert!
  153. Newly Discovered Asteroid Will Pass by Earth April 8
  154. Spectacular Radar Failed Belly Flip (Video) and Docking links Discovery to ISS
  155. 40 Years of Summer on Triton
  156. Awesome Image of ISS Transiting Moon
  157. Astronomers Image Mysterious Dark Object That Eclipses Epsilon Aurigae
  158. Where In The Universe #99
  159. Is Our Universe Inside Another Larger Universe?
  160. Carnival of Space #148
  161. More Mars Avalanches from HiRISE, Oh My!
  162. Documentary: Space Shuttle Parking Lot
  163. Answer to Universe Puzzle No. 8 Now Posted
  164. Mother of Pearl Colored Clouds form above Kennedy after Discovery Blast Off
  165. Solar-Powered Airplane Makes Maiden Voyage
  166. Hubble Captures Distorted Beauty of M66
  167. HiRISE Captures Amazing Close-Up of Spirit Rover
  168. Volcanoes on Venus May Still Be Active
  169. 13 Things that Saved Apollo 13
  170. Answer to WITU #99 Now Posted
  171. Where Is NASA Going and How Are We Going to Get There?
  172. 13 Things That Saved Apollo 13, Part 1: Timing
  173. Viewing Alert: Hunting The Edge of Space
  174. Astronomy Without A Telescope – Much Ado About Nothing
  175. Life on Titan Could Be Smelly and Explosive
  176. Mitch's Mystery Star, Curiouser and Curiouser
  177. 13 Things That Saved Apollo 13, Part 2: The Hatch That Wouldn't Close
  178. Universe Puzzle No. 9
  179. This Week in Space, Week 14
  180. Podcast: Mysteries of the Universe, Part 2
  181. Podcast: Mysteries of the Universe, Part 1
  182. Herschel Spots Previously Unseen Stars in Rosette Nebula
  183. 13 Things That Saved Apollo 13, Part 3: Charlie Duke's Measles
  184. President Obama Visits Kennedy Space Center on April 15
  185. Dropping a Bomb About Exoplanets
  186. Our Sun Gets Active!
  187. Does McNaught Take Title for Biggest Comet Ever?
  188. Carnival of Space #149
  189. Study Says 11,800 Jobs to be Created Per Year by Commercial Space Flight
  190. Unmanned Robo-Plane Makes First Science Observations
  191. 13 Things That Saved Apollo 13, Part 4: Using the LM for Propulsion
  192. Obama Compromises, Brings Back Orion Capsule; Allows for Heavy Lift Sooner
  193. Hitting Home That the Space Shuttle Program is Ending
  194. Apollo Landing Sites, Now in 3-D!
  195. News Flash: Cassini Captures First Movie of Lightning on Saturn
  196. Answer to Universe Puzzle No. 9 Now Posted
  197. Hubble: It Was Twenty Years Ago Today
  198. Where In The Universe Challenge #100
  199. 13 Things That Saved Apollo 13, Part 5: Unexplained Shutdown of the Saturn V Center E
  200. Magnetic Fields in Inter-cluster Space: Measured at Last
  201. Huge Fireball Seen Over 7 Midwest US States
  202. Enceladus is Blowing Bubbles
  203. Spectacular Footage, Satellite Images of Eyjafjallajokull Volcano in Iceland
  204. Obama Wants Mission to Asteroid by 2025, Mars by mid-2030's
  205. Hubble's 20 Years: Time for 20/20 Vision
  206. Could An Amateur Astronomer Snap a Picture of an Exoplanet?
  207. 13 Things That Saved Apollo 13, Part 6: Navigating By Earth's Terminator
  208. Answer for This Week's WITU Challenge
  209. Meteorite Recovered from April 14 Fireball
  210. Hubble's 20 Years: Now We Are Six
  211. Never Before Published Images of Apollo 13 Recovery
  212. Hubble: So Many Discoveries, So Quickly
  213. Astronomy Without A Telescope – One Potato, Two Potato
  214. WORF and Klingons occupy ISS
  215. 13 Things That Saved Apollo 13, Part 7: The Apollo 1 Fire
  216. Hubble's 10th Birthday Gift: Measurement of the Hubble Constant
  217. Incredible Images of Iceland Volcano from Just a Few Kilometers Away
  218. Shuttle Will Fly Over Heart of US for Monday Morning Landing Attempt
  219. Universe Puzzle No. 10
  220. STS-131, the Mission in Pictures
  221. Podcast: Albedo
  222. Carnival of Space #150
  223. Hubble's 20th: At Least as Good as Any Human Photographer
  224. Shocking! Lunar Craters May Be Electrified
  225. 13 Things That Saved Apollo 13, Part 8: The Command Module Wasn't Severed
  226. Universe Today Wants Your Shuttle Landing Images/Videos!
  227. Hubble Enters its Teen Years, More Powerful, More Ambitious
  228. 13 Things That Saved Apollo 13, Part 9: Position of the Tanks
  229. Hubble Turns Sixteen, and Just Keeps on Working
  230. Answer to Universe Puzzle No. 10 Now Posted
  231. SDO Wows With 'First Light' Images, Videos
  232. Hubble's Late Teen Years: It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times
  233. Stunning Look at ISS and Docked Disovery — From the Ground!
  234. Discovery Landing Pics
  235. Gallery: Atlantis Rolls Towards Last Launch
  236. Witu 101
  237. Mini Space Shuttle Launches on Secret Mission
  238. Click on Hubble: Galaxy Zoo Now Includes HST Images
  239. Hubble's Birthday Gift to Us: Mystic Mountian
  240. Podcast: Rotation
  241. Shock Waves, Volcanic Bombs From Eyjafjallajokull
  242. Hubble, Renewed, Reinvigorated, Raring to Go
  243. Astronomy Without A Telescope – The Nice Way To Build A Solar System
  244. Favicon Missing
  245. GOODS, Under Astronomers' AEGIS, Produce GEMS
  246. Universe Puzzle No. 11
  247. New Images from Planck Reveal Star Formation Processes
  248. Answer to *Last Week's* WITU Challenge Now Posted
  249. Final Shuttle Flight Will Be Delayed at Least Until Novemeber for AMS Switchout
  250. 13 things is now 9?