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  1. Galaxy Zoo Searches for Supernovae
  2. Europa’s Tidal Processes Give Hints to Our Moon’s Far-side Bulge
  3. Hubble Provides Most Detailed Dark Matter Map Yet
  4. Mount Merapi Still Blowing off Steam
  5. Video: Stellar Occultation by Eris
  6. Aurora Alert! Solar Flare Heading Our Way
  7. Astronomy Without A Telescope – Necropanspermia
  8. Answer Posted for WITU #124
  9. Podcast: Fission
  10. Carnival of Space #177
  11. Stunning Image, Heartfelt Poetry Could Become Icons of Space Age
  12. The Furor over FUORs
  13. Spectroscopy in 1881
  14. Has a Recent, Nearby Supernova Become a Baby Black Hole?
  15. Confirmed: Hayabusa Nabbed Asteroid Particles
  16. The Lion Tamer – Leonid Meteor Shower 2010
  17. Cool Chang’E 2 Videos
  18. Cosmologist Allan Sandage Dies
  19. Mini-Asteroid Flying By Earth Tonight
  20. Dissolving Star Systems Create Mess in Orion
  21. New Geography Trivia Challenge From Space
  22. A Cosmologist’s Wish List: Four Most-Wanted Discoveries
  23. Catching Planets in the Womb
  24. Do Puny White Dwarfs Make Wimpy Supernovae?
  25. WISE Captures a Glowing Cylinder in Space
  26. The Cutest Little Spaceship that Never Flew
  27. Where In The Universe #125
  28. Hollywood-like Galactic Encounter Results in Baby Stars
  29. Anti-hydrogen Captured, Held For First Time
  30. Exoplanet of Extragalactic Origin Could Foretell Our Solar System’s Future
  31. Red Sky In The Morning…
  32. Astronomer Brian Marsden Has Died
  33. Rover Teams Keeping Spirits Up on Fate of Frozen Mars Rover
  34. Breathtaking Recent Aurora Images from Earth and Space
  35. Twinkle Twinkle Little Missing Stars, How I Wonder Where you are?
  36. Answer for Where In The Universe #125 Now Posted
  37. Light Speed Animation
  38. Rock Bridge on Mars
  39. Astronomy Without A Telescope – So Why Not Exo-Oceans?
  40. Launch of Delta IV Delayed; Shuttle Launch Options Weighed
  41. Flawless Launch of STP-S26
  42. Fizzy Comet Hartley 2 is Throwing Snowballs
  43. Delta IV Heavy Roars Off Launch Pad on NRO Mission
  44. The Atmosphere of WASP-17b
  45. Penrose: WMAP Shows Evidence of ‘Activity’ Before Big Bang
  46. Podcast: Lyman Spitzer
  47. T-Dwarf Stars Finally Reveal Their Mysterious Secrets
  48. Moon’s Mini-Magnetosphere
  49. Upcoming Flybys Could Provide Clues to Interior of Enceladus
  50. FAA to SpaceX: You May Now Re-enter the Atmosphere
  51. Carnival of Space #178
  52. Longstanding Cepheid Mass Mystery Finally Solved
  53. Symbiotic Variable Star On the Verge of an Eruption?
  54. Shuttle Launch Could Be Delayed Into Next Year
  55. How Jupiter is Getting Its Belt Back
  56. Cassini Spacecraft Back in Operation
  57. Where In The Universe Challenge #126
  58. J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets!
  59. The Fall and Rise of ‘X’
  60. Soyuz and 3 ISS Crewmembers Return Home
  61. Tenuous Oxygen Atmosphere Found Around Saturn’s Moon Rhea
  62. Gravitational Redshifts: Main Sequence vs. Giants
  63. Astronomy Without A Telescope – Black Hole Evolution
  64. Clash of the Titan Galaxies
  65. Podcast: The Spitzer Space Telescope
  66. An Apertif to the Next Radio Astronomy Entrée
  67. Russia Wants to Build “Sweeper” to Clean up Space Debris
  68. Christie’s to Auction off 1st Edition Works by Newton, Galileo
  69. Exoplanet Discovery Lists top 500
  70. Cassini visits Enceladus – SpacePod 2010.11.30
  71. Science Sees Farther: Extraterrestrial Life
  72. Enceladus Fissures Keep Getting Warmer and More Complex
  73. The Moon Helps Radio Astronomers Search for Neutrinos
  74. Calm Down: NASA Hasn’t Found any Aliens
  75. Falcon 9 Ready for Second Flight – Dragon for First
  76. Secret Mini Space Shuttle Could Land on Friday
  77. First Super-Earth Atmosphere Observed
  78. Red Dwarf Discovery Changes Everything!
  79. Carnival of Space #179
  80. Lockheed Martin Wants to Launch Orion Spacecraft – on a Delta IV Heavy
  81. Where In The Universe #127
  82. Celebrate the Holidays, From Space!
  83. Q & A with Mike Brown, Pluto Killer, part 1
  84. Review: “How I Killed Pluto and Why it Had it Coming” — Plus win a copy!
  85. SOFIA Telescope Makes First Science Flight
  86. NASA Finds a “Weird” Kind of Life on Earth
  87. A Peak Inside NGC 7538
  88. Back-in-Action Cassini Doesn’t Disappoint
  89. Secret X-37B Mini Space Shuttle Lands
  90. I Sing the Bacterium Arsenic: Post-NASA Press Conference Reflections
  91. Q & A with Mike Brown, Pluto Killer, part 2
  92. Shuttle Launch Delayed to February of 2011
  93. Will V445 Puppis Become a Ia Supernova?
  94. Mars Rover Tracks Erased From Existence
  95. Answer Now Posted to This Week’s WITU Challenge
  96. Gallery: X-37B Space Plane Returns to Earth
  97. SpaceX Test Fire Aborted
  98. Exploring the Solar System with Binoculars
  99. Astronomy Without A Telescope – Through A Lens Darkly
  100. Weekend Update: SpaceX Success, Russian Launch Failure
  101. Backyard Guide to the Night Sky
  102. Backlash/Feedback on NASA’s Arsenic Findings
  103. Grand Tour of Closet-Sized Crew Quarters in Space
  104. NASA’s Nanosail-D Released into the Winds of Space
  105. SpaceX Delays Falcon 9 Launch Attempt To Dec. 9
  106. Breaking News: Watch A Gigantic Looping Solar Prominence
  107. Japan’s Akatsuki to Reach Venus Today
  108. Akatsuki Encounters Problems at Venus
  109. How Many Astronauts Does NASA Need?
  110. The Zooniverse is Expanding: The Milky Way Project Begins Today
  111. Sneak Attacks from the Sun
  112. How To Dispose of a Space Station
  113. SpaceX Shoots for Dec. 8 Launch of Falcon 9
  114. Stars Shrouded in Glittering Zirconium Light up the Sky
  115. Large Binocular Telescope Achieves First Light
  116. Akatsuki Fails to Enter Orbit of Venus
  117. New Look at an Ancient Swarm of Stars
  118. Falcon 9 Launches Successfully With Dragon Capsule
  119. WASP-12b: A Carbon Rich Giant
  120. SpaceX successfully launches Falcon 9 carrying Dragon spacecraft
  121. Stunning ISS View of Volcanos on Earth
  122. The Future is Now: SpaceX Flight 100% Successful
  123. Where In The Universe Challenge #128
  124. Moon 3-D
  125. Gallery: Dragon/Falcon 9 Launch and Recovery Photos, Vidoes
  126. The SpaceX Business Plan: Help Build a Spacefaring Civilization
  127. Venus Has a Moon?
  128. Late, Big Bombardments Brought Heavy Metals to Earth
  129. SpaceX Reveals Dragon’s “Secret” Payload
  130. Taking a Galaxy’s Temperature
  131. Get Ready for the Geminids — In the Sky and Online!
  132. Carnival of Space 180
  133. Apollo 12 anniversary celebrated at Martian Crater as Opportunity blazes ahead
  134. Forests Might Be Detectable on Extrasolar Planets
  135. Window to the World
  136. Universe Today Syndication Policy (Steal Our Content… Please)
  137. Here’s Your Chance To Spread the Joy of Astronomy Around the World
  138. How Are You Celebrating the Year of the Solar System?
  139. Satellite Images Show Dueling Snowstorms in the US and UK
  140. WISE Captures an Infrared Shock Wave
  141. Nanosail-D Update: Things Look Grim
  142. Akatsuki Update: Fuel Pressure Drop Likely Caused Insertion Failure
  143. Astronomy Without A Telescope – Forbidden Planets
  144. Incredible Engineering Camera Views of the Space Shuttle in Action
  145. First Four Exoplanet System Imaged
  146. Asteroid Sheila Sprouts a Tail and Coma
  147. Ancient Eclipse-Predicting Computer Rebuilt in Lego
  148. Voyager 1 Has Outdistanced the Solar Wind
  149. Answer for WITU #128 Now Posted
  150. Breaking News: Space Shuttle Discovery to Be Rolled Back from Launchpad
  151. SpaceX Looking to Launch Next Dragon Spacecraft – to the ISS
  152. The Longest Martian Odyssey Ever
  153. Music From Space: DIY Satellite Will Capture Sounds of Ionosphere
  154. ‘Ring’ in the Holidays with New Hubble Bubble Image
  155. Did Iapetus Have Its Own Mini Moon?
  156. Qatar Led Team Discovers Exoplanet
  157. Darwin vs. the Sun
  158. String of Peaks Found on Titan Could be Cryovolcanoes
  159. Hot Plasma Explosions Inflate Saturn’s Magnetic Field
  160. Total Lunar Eclipse – December 21, 2010
  161. Orbital looking to build a mini Space Shuttle?
  162. Near-Synchronous Explosions Connect Across the Vast Distances on the Sun
  163. No Asteroid Particles Found in Second Hayabusa Compartment, But More in First
  164. Spectacular Night Launch for Soyuz Crew
  165. Lunar Dust Transport Still a Mystery
  166. Landfall at Santa Maria for Opportunity on Mars
  167. Become an Exoplanet Hunter With Newest Zooniverse Citizen Science Project
  168. An Unusual Look at the Moon’s South Pole
  169. Video: Navy Railgun Sets a New Record
  170. More Images, Details on SpaceX’s Dragon Flight
  171. Bright White Storm Raging on Saturn
  172. Where In The Universe #129
  173. Scientists from Arsenic Bacteria Paper Respond to Criticisms
  174. Arthur C. Clarke Predicts the Future
  175. LOFAR Swedish Station Begins Construction
  176. Herschel Looks Back in Time to See Stars Bursting to Life
  177. Can Nearby Binary Star Systems Mimic Planets?
  178. Solving the Mystery of Dark Gamma Ray Bursts
  179. Podcast: Exotic Life
  180. Answer Now Posted for This Week’s WITU Challenge
  181. Powerful Mars Orbiter Directs Opportunity to Clays and Hydrated Minerals
  182. Tearing Apart Apollo 11 Inaccuracies
  183. M33
  184. Astronomy Without A Telescope – The Edge of Greatness
  185. Magnetic Fields on O-Class Stars
  186. Numerous Companies Propose Possible ‘Space Taxis’
  187. Vote for the Top 10 Stories on Universe Today in 2010
  188. Total Lunar Eclipse Information – December 21, 2010
  189. Big Moon, Little Moon
  190. Lunar Eclipse Images From Around the World, Dec. 21, 2010
  191. New Images Indicate Tectonic Activity on Rhea
  192. See the Changing Seasons on Earth from Space
  193. A New Class for Tau Scorpii
  194. Do the #ISSWave All the Way Around the World
  195. Shuttle Discovery Rolls Back to Vehicle Assembly Building
  196. Will the Milky Way’s Black Hole Become ‘Hyperactive’?
  197. NASA Budget Uncertainties Will Continue Well into 2011
  198. Latest From Mars: Frosty Landscapes, Ancient Lakebed, Potential Landing Site
  199. Videos: Rover Captures Sunset, Eclipse on Mars
  200. Carnival of Space #181
  201. Seasons Greetings and a Look Back at 2010 from NASA
  202. Opportunity shoots Awesome Views of Santa Maria Crater
  203. An Artistic Look at the Lunar Eclipse
  204. Upcoming Solar Eclipse on January 4, 2011
  205. Where In The Universe #130
  206. Astronomy Without A Telescope – Secular Evolution
  207. Red Moon, Red Planet
  208. Cassini Takes Images of Growing Storm on Saturn
  209. Twas the Shuttles last Christmas
  210. Video: Satellite Views of the “Christmas Blizzard”
  211. Answer to WITU #130 Now Posted
  212. Faulty Valve Caused Akatsuki Failure at Venus
  213. Oldest Black Holes are Growing the Fastest
  214. Zombie Satellite Now Under Control
  215. SOHO Finds Its 2000th Comet
  216. Bad Science in Movies
  217. International Space Station on the Moon?
  218. Highlights of 2010 from the European Space Agency
  219. The Votes Are In: Top 10 Stories of 2010
  220. Apollo Landing Sites in Stunning 3-D
  221. Ariane 5 Rocket Lifts Off for Final Launch of 2010
  222. Gorgeous 3 D Vistas of Martian Crater and Hydrates at Santa Maria
  223. Where In The Universe #131
  224. Rare Images From Inside a Soyuz During Flight
  225. Green Laser Pointers – Just Mind Your Manners…
  226. Best Images from 2010
  227. Roscosmos Highlights from 2010
  228. Answer for WITU #131 Now Posted
  229. Shuttle Discovery’s Crack Woes Deepen
  230. SDO Provides Constant, Unprecedented Views of Sun’s Inner Corona
  231. SDO Provides Constant, Unprecedented Views of Sun’s Inner Corona
  232. Hubble Takes a Spectacular Look Inside the Eagle Nebula
  233. “Astrobiology” Parody Video of Ke$ha’s “We R Who We R”
  234. 10-Year-Old Girl Discovers a Supernova
  235. 7 Years on Mars: Downloadable Poster
  236. 2011 Quadrantid Meteor Shower… Tonight’s the Night!
  237. Voyages of Discovery
  238. New Years Postcards from the Edge by Opportunity Mars Rover
  239. January 4, 2011 – Partial Solar Eclipse Reminder
  240. Astronomy Without A Telescope – Apparent Superluminal Motion
  241. Over 400 Historic Space Artifacts up for Auction
  242. First Multi-wavelength Images of an Exoplanet
  243. Opportunity Photographed from Mars Orbit at Crater Precipice
  244. Private Space Company Obtains Old Russian Space Station Modules
  245. Mars Express Set for Phobos Flyby
  246. Shuttle Discovery Launch Date Pushed Back Again
  247. Astrophoto: The Seagull Nebula
  248. Previously Unseen Super-Hot Plasma Jets Heat the Sun’s Corona
  249. “Aflockalypse” — Mass Animal Deaths Now Mapped on Google
  250. Apollo Data Retooled to Provide Precise Readings on Moon’s Core