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  1. Astrophoto: Kaleidoscopic View of Mars
  2. Once Upon a Time There Was a Spacecraft Called Rosetta…
  3. Historic Human Spaceflight Facility at Kennedy Renamed in Honor of Neil Armstrong – 1
  4. First Exoplanet Discovered Beyond the “Snow Line”
  5. Threatened Spitzer Telescope Gets NASA Nod For Extension, Subject To Congress Funding
  6. ‘Lopsided’ Ghostly Galactic Halo Has Some Starry Surprises
  7. Cosmic Fireworks: A Supernova Feast And Google+ Hangout For Chandra’s 15th Anniversar
  8. Watch Live As Underwater Astronauts Drill Into The Ocean Floor
  9. Carnival of Space #363
  10. Watch the Falcon 9 Rocket Booster Descend into the Ocean for its “Soft” Landing
  11. ESO’s La Silla Observatory Reveals Beautiful Star Cluster “Laboratory”
  12. ‘Weak’ New Meteor Shower Due To Fragile Comet Dust
  13. Split-Personality Pulsar Switches From Radio To Gamma-Rays
  14. Video: A Dizzying, Whirly View Of The Earth From Space!
  15. Ultra-Deep Astrophoto: 75 Hours of the Antenna Galaxies
  16. Risk Reduction Milestone Tests Move Commercial Dream Chaser Closer to Critical Design
  17. Neck Of Rosetta’s ‘Rubby Duckie’ Comet Shows A Bright Ring
  18. Hubble Finds 3 (Relatively) Dry Exoplanets, Raising Questions About Water Outside The
  19. Apollo 11 Splashdown 45 Years Ago on July 24, 1969 Concludes 1st Moon Landing Mission
  20. To Help Mars Rovers Phone Home, NASA Asks For Ideas To Close Looming Communications G
  21. Mapping Dark Matter 4.5 Billion Light-years Away
  22. Video: Warp Into A Star Nursery 3,000 Light Years Away
  23. Astronaut Spots Violence Over Gaza, Asks What Extraterrestrials Would Think
  24. Watch Live: ‘Mars’ Crew Emerges From Simulation After 120 Days
  25. Having Fun with the Equation of Time
  26. NASA preps for Nail-biting Comet Flyby of Mars
  27. James Webb Space Telescope’s Giant Sunshield Test Unit Unfurled First Time
  28. Comet Jacques Makes a ‘Questionable’ Appearance
  29. Cool Infographic Compares the Chemistry of Planetary Atmospheres
  30. A Whole New World: How NASA Helps You 3-D Print The Universe
  31. Balloon Garden: Japanese Artist Flies Bonsai Tree And Plants High Above Earth
  32. NASA Spacecraft Is Now Buzzing Mercury 62 Miles Above The Surface
  33. Annual Atlanta Star Party Coming Soon!
  34. Carnival Of Space #364
  35. When Good Meteor Showers Go Bad: Prospects for the 2014 Perseids
  36. The Little Rover that Could: Opportunity Reaches Odometer Milestone
  37. Observing Alert – Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight
  38. Book Review: Neil Armstrong – A Life of Flight by Jay Barbree
  39. Venus Express Survives Close Encounter With Hellish Atmosphere
  40. X-ray Glow: Evidence of a Local Hot Bubble Carved by a Supernova
  41. Astronaut Dance: If We Were Going To Space, We’d Do This Too
  42. Astrophoto Heaven: Video Time-Lapse Shows Spectacular Sky Above Desert National Park
  43. GAIA is “Go” for Science After a few Minor Hiccups
  44. Scientists Discover 101 Geysers Erupting at Saturn’s Intriguing Icy Moon Enceladus
  45. NASA’s First Space-Tweeting Astronaut And ‘Big Bang Theory’ Guest Flies To A New Posi
  46. Rocket Replay: Watch Europe’s Last Space Station Automated Transfer Vehicle Soar
  47. ALMA Observes Binary Star System with Wacky Disks
  48. Mysterious Molecules in Space Named?
  49. Early Tidal and Rotational Forces Shaped Moon
  50. Stargazing Timelapse Plus Apollo 14 Launch Soundtrack Is Pure Magic
  51. If You Mine An Asteroid, Who Does The Property Belong To?
  52. New Image of Rosetta’s Comet Reveals So Much More
  53. This Model Of Earth’s Giant Impacts Makes Us Wonder How Life Arose
  54. Numerous Jets Spied with New Sky Survey
  55. NASA Announces Science Instruments for Mars 2020 Rover Expedition to the Red Planet
  56. Surprise! Classical Novae Produce Gamma Rays
  57. Hubble Spots Farthest Lensing Galaxy Yet
  58. Rosetta’s Comet Is Too Hot For Complete Ice Surface, Spacecraft En Route Reveals
  59. Companion Planet Could Keep Alien Earths Warm In Old Age: Study
  60. ‘Explore Mars’ Group Wants To Build Instrument Seeking Subsurface Red Planet Life
  61. Rosetta Closing in on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko after Decade Long Chase
  62. Getting to Know Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
  63. Ranger 7 Takes 1st Image of the Moon by a US Spacecraft 50 Years Ago – July 31, 1964
  64. Rosetta Orbiter less than 500 Kilometers from Comet 67P Following Penultimate Traject
  65. Stunning, Majestic New Timelapse from King’s Canyon and Sequoia National Parks
  66. Here’s Your Chance To Fund A Universe Today Project On The Pluto Planethood Debate
  67. If the Sun Were the Size of a Person, How Big Would an Asteroid Be?
  68. Get Set For Super (Duper?) Moon 2 of 3 For 2014
  69. Deep Astrophoto of LDN 673: The Place Where Stars are Born
  70. New Image Captures one of the Brightest Volcanoes Ever Seen in the Solar System
  71. Rosetta Probe Swoops Closer to Comet Destination than ISS is to Earth and Reveals Exq
  72. This Robotic Laser System On A Telescope Is Looking For Alien Planets
  73. Can A ‘Planet-Like Object’ Start Its Life Blazing As Hot As A Star?
  74. Rosetta on Final Approach to Historic Comet Rendezvous – Watch Live Here
  75. Where Exactly Is Pluto? Pinpoint Precision Needed For New Horizons Mission
  76. These Mercury Crater Pictures Look Like Amazing Abstract Art
  77. Stunning Images from Rosetta Show Closeup Views of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
  78. The Latest Pictures From Mars Make Us Feel Spoiled
  79. “Theory of Everything:” Trailer for Movie about Stephen Hawking Now Available
  80. Rosetta Arrives at ‘Scientific Disneyland’ for Ambitious Study of Comet 67P/Churyumov
  81. Hubble Archive Reveals Culprit for Enigmatic Supernova?
  82. Power Up! Distant Uranus Sees A Storm Surge Of ‘Monstrous’ Proportions
  83. Robot Spacecraft Swarm Among Group Tapped For More NASA Funding
  84. Wow! Gas Bridge In The Milky Way Stretches 2.6 Million Light-Years Across
  85. Carnival of Space #365
  86. How Do You #SpotTheStation?
  87. What’s Ahead for Rosetta – Finding a Landing Strip on Bizarre Comet 67P/Churyumov-Ger
  88. Watch Pluto and Charon Engage in Their Orbital Dance
  89. Video: Watch The Moon Slowly Blot Out Saturn In Australia
  90. Amazing Telescopic Pictures Of The Space Station And A Cargo Ship Heading That Way
  91. Watch This Prototype Mars Spacecraft Spin During A Supersonic Test
  92. Moon’s Insides Still Hot, Hot, Hot After Billions Of Years Of Formation: Study
  93. Hypervelocity Neutron Stars Crashing Into White Dwarfs — A Scenario for the Loneliest
  94. Curiosity Celebrates Two Years on Mars Approaching Bedrock of Mountain Climbing Desti
  95. Airframe Structure for First Commercial Dream Chaser Spacecraft Unveiled
  96. Fear Not the Moon, Perseids Always a Great Show
  97. ISEE-3 Completes Lunar Flyby, Begins a Citizen Science Program
  98. Watch This Weekend’s Near-’Supermoon’ Set From The Space Station
  99. Carnival of Space #366
  100. Pictures: Punishing Mars Plateau For Curiosity Rover And Damaged Wheels
  101. Photo Gallery: Step Right Up And Tour Rosetta’s Comet! Where Shall We Land?
  102. Help a Universe Today Writer Share Stories About our Search For Earth-like Planets
  103. Perigee “Super” Moon Images from Around the World
  104. Coma Dust Collection Science starts for Rosetta at Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
  105. How did Supermassive Black Holes Grow so Massive so Quickly?
  106. Europe’s Last ATV Cargo Ship Docks Safely At The Space Station
  107. Some Of Comet ISON’s Organic Materials Arose In An Unexpected Place
  108. Awesome Video of a Satellite in Orbit
  109. Spacecraft Stormchasing: Titan Clouds Swirl As Saturn Moon Approaches Northern Summer
  110. Can Radio Waves Lead to Exomoons?
  111. NASA’s Carbon Dioxide Greenhouse Gas Observatory Captures ‘First Light’ at Head of In
  112. Rosetta’s Comet Already Spewing Dust, One Year Before Getting Close To The Sun
  113. A Spectacular Dawn Conjunction of Venus and Jupiter Set For August 18th
  114. Robin Williams’ Death Prompts Apollo 11 Astronaut To Talk About Depression
  115. Earth Nightlights (and Nightlife!) Shine In Stellar Shots From Space Station
  116. NASA’S NuSTAR Catches a Black Hole Bending Light, Space, and Time
  117. Our Curiosity: Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Felicia Day Narrate Video About Mars Rover
  118. James Webb Space Telescope’s Pathfinder Mirror Backplane Arrives at NASA Goddard for
  119. Rosetta’s Comet, Now in 3-D
  120. Gravity Isn’t The Only Thing Holding Asteroids Together: Study
  121. Diamond Pinpricks: Gorgeous Shot Of Star Group That Once Baffled Astronomers
  122. How A Comet-Chasing Spacecraft ‘Likely’ Brought Interstellar Dust Back To Earth
  123. Cygnus Commercial Cargo Ship ‘Janice Voss’ Finishes Resupply Mission and Departs Spac
  124. Funding Friday: How $1 Can Make A Difference For Tanzanian Astronomy
  125. Parallel Universes and the Many-Worlds Theory
  126. Need A Summer Vacation? Pictures Allow You To Tour The Solar System For Free
  127. What Sparked Star Explosion 2014J? NASA Telescope Seeks Clues
  128. Astrophotos: 2014 Perseid Meteor Shower
  129. Curiosity Reverses Back from Martian Valley of Slippery Sand and Finds Fourth Rock Dr
  130. Cygnus Cargo Carrier Concludes with Fiery Reentry Aug. 17 – Amazing Astronaut Photos
  131. Carnival of Space #367
  132. Astrophotos: Spectacular Venus-Jupiter Conjunction Graces the Dawn
  133. One That Fell to Earth: Researchers Reveal 2012 Novoto Meteorite Took a Beating
  134. What Are These Mysterious Green Lights Photographed From the Space Station?
  135. Timelapse: Indonesian Volcanoes at Day and Night by Thierry Legault
  136. Beam a Message to Mars and Support Space Research and Exploration
  137. This Martian Basin Shows Off Our Solar System’s Violent Past
  138. Feel The Beat: Black Hole’s Pulse Reveals Its Mysterious Size
  139. Australian Amateur Terry Lovejoy Discovers New Comet
  140. Curiosity Brushes ‘Bonanza King’ Target Anticipating Fourth Red Planet Rock Drilling
  141. Remembering the “World War I Eclipse”
  142. Watch A ‘Swan’ Fly Free From Its Trap In A Space Robotic Arm
  143. Is A Sitcom Astronaut Hadfield’s Next Frontier? ABC Comedy In The Works, Report Says
  144. A Piece of Vesta Has Been Stolen!
  145. How Watching 13 Billion Years Of Cosmic Growth Links To Storytelling
  146. Earth’s Ozone Under Attack Despite Banning Destructive Compound: Study
  147. Space Shapes: Watch This Origami Solar Array Prototype Unfurl
  148. Surf Saturn’s Rings In Amazing Raw Cassini Images From This Week
  149. Rosetta Moving Closer to Comet 67P Hunting for Philae Landing Site
  150. Pluto Spacecraft Planning? New Map Of Neptune’s Icy Triton Could Prepare For 2015 Enc
  151. Stolen Meteorite Found at a Tennis Court
  152. Watch A ‘Jellyfish Of Fire’ Created On The International Space Station
  153. SpaceX Rocket Prototype Explodes In Texas; ‘Rockets Are Tricky’, Musk Says
  154. Curiosity Skips Drilling, Resumes Mount Sharp Trek after Pounding Slippery Rock at Ma
  155. India’s Maiden Mars Mission One Month out from Red Planet Arrival
  156. ESO’s Latest Dramatic Landscape
  157. Take a Flight Over a Massive Aurora
  158. Timelapse: Watch Noctilucent Clouds Cover the Entire Sky
  159. Carnival Of Space #368
  160. Watch Live: New Horizons Crosses Neptune’s Orbit En Route To Pluto
  161. Kapow! Moderate Solar Flare Erupts From The Sun, But Likely Won’t Affect Earth
  162. Low On Fuel, Weather Satellite Slowly Spirals To Its Death In 2016
  163. History and the Future Come Together at the South Carolina State Museum
  164. 5 Landing Site Candidates Selected for Rosetta’s Historic Philae Comet Lander
  165. Extreme Weather is Linked to Global Warming, a New Study Suggests
  166. Rocket ‘Anomaly’ Blamed For Putting European Navigation Satellites Into Wrong Orbits
  167. Australian Astronomy Envy: This Video Is Like A Telescope Brochure
  168. Boeing Completes All CST-100 Commercial Crew CCiCAP Milestones on Time and on Budget
  169. Astrophoto: Clouds Above, Clouds Below
  170. Eye Problems From Space Affect At Least 21 NASA Astronauts: Study
  171. Fingerprint From a First-Generation Star?
  172. Rosetta’s Comet Looms In The Dark In Close-Up Spacecraft Shot
  173. Weird X-Rays: What Happens When Eta Carinae’s Massive Stars Get Close?
  174. A Cosmic Collision: Our Best View Yet of Two Distant Galaxies Merging
  175. Fingerprint From a First-Generation Star?
  176. What Lit up the Universe? Astronomers May be on the Brink of an Answer
  177. First Glimpse of a Young Galactic Core Forming in the Early Universe
  178. Astronomers Spot Pebble-Size Dust Grains in the Orion Nebula
  179. Observing Neptune: A Guide to the 2014 Opposition Season
  180. US Heavy Lift Mars Rocket Passes Key Review and NASA Sets 2018 Maiden Launch Date
  181. Enjoy This Eye-Meltingly Awesome Photo of Our Sun
  182. Radio Telescopes Resolve Pleiades Distance Debate
  183. Heat Protecting Back Shell Tiles Installed on NASA’s Orion EFT-1 Spacecraft Set for D
  184. Caterpillar Comet Poses for Pictures En Route to Mars
  185. Tonight’s Moon-Mars-Saturn Trio Recalls Time of Terror
  186. 25 Days from Mars – India’s MOM is in Good Health!
  187. Rosetta Now Up Close to Comet 67P – Snapping Mapping Mosaics for Momentous Philae Lan
  188. Carnival of Space #369
  189. Hunting for “Minimoons” Orbiting Earth
  190. Amazing Video Timelapse Of Big Telescopes At Work In Chile
  191. Here’s Your Chance To Send A Message To An Asteroid
  192. Astrophoto: I Need Warp Speed in 3 Minutes or We’re All Dead
  193. Universe Today Wins a Parsec Award for the Guide to Space
  194. NASA’s MAVEN Orbiter 3 Weeks and 4 Million Miles from Mars
  195. Get Set for the Super (or Do You Say Harvest?) Full Moon 3 of 3 for 2014
  196. Memory Problems On Mars Will Force Opportunity Rover Reformat From Earth
  197. Spotted: Asteroids ‘Smashing Themselves To Smithereens’ 1,200 Light-Years Away
  198. ExoMars Hunting: Where Should The European Rover Land?
  199. Meet Laniakea, Our Home Supercluster
  200. How Do You Land on a Comet? Very Carefully.
  201. One Planet, Two Stars: A System More Common Than Previously Thought
  202. Get Ready for Sunday’s Close Flyby of Asteroid 2014 RC
  203. The Rains Of Titan Change When They Hit Underground Reservoirs: Study
  204. NASA Curiosity Rover Missing ‘Scientific Focus And Detail’ In Mars Mission: Review
  205. Timelapse: Sprites, Gravity Waves and Airglow
  206. A New Marker Might Better Track the Solar Cycle
  207. What Comets, Parking Lots and Charcoal Have in Common
  208. New Mosaic Reveals Jets Blasting from Rosetta’s Comet
  209. Space Station’s Robonaut 2 Is Getting More Astronaut-Like By The Day
  210. Second Possible Proto-Planet Found In System Pretty Close To Earth
  211. Weekly Space Hangout – Sept. 5, 2014
  212. MAVEN Mars Orbiter Ideally Poised to Uniquely Map Comet Siding Spring Composition – E
  213. Speed Demon Asteroid Sprints Safely Past Earth Today
  214. Sweet Success for SpaceX with Second Successful AsiaSat Launch This Summer
  215. Rosetta’s Cloudy Comet Shroud Spotted From The Ground, While Spacecraft Picks Up Dust
  216. Guide to Tonight’s Big Harvest Moon
  217. Wanna Trip To Space? To Raise Money, Mars One Is Offering A Lynx Joyride
  218. China’s Yutu Rover Is Still Alive, Reports Say, As Lunar Panorama Released
  219. Astronomy Cast Ep. 351: Asteroid Adventures
  220. The Nicaragua Crater: The Result of a Meteorite Impact or Not?
  221. Awesome Astrophotos: Caught in the Web of the SuperMoon
  222. Rosetta Captures Breathtaking Comet Views Advancing Landing Site Selection
  223. Gliese 15Ab: The Closest Known Super-Earth?
  224. Could Plate Tectonics Create Cracks And Odd Terrain In Cold Europa’s Crust?
  225. How Dark Matter Could Reduce The Fleet Of Galaxies Following The Milky Way
  226. Mars Panorama Shows Off Rocks, Mountains and Curiosity Rover
  227. Spectacular Ultra-High Definition Timelapse from the Space Station
  228. Tales (Tails?) Of Three Comets
  229. Bumper Car Moonlets Crash and Crumble in Saturn’s F Ring
  230. Assembly Complete for NASA’s First Orion Crew Module Blasting off Dec. 2014
  231. Carnival of Space #370
  232. Philae Snaps a Spacetastic Selfie
  233. Elemental Mystery: Lithium Is Also Rare Outside Of The Milky Way
  234. Astronaut Snaps Amazing Picture Of His Crewmates Returning To Earth
  235. ‘Venus Zone': The Anti-Habitable Area Around A Star That Can Breed Hell
  236. A Lurking Companion Star Explains Enigmatic Supernova
  237. Aurora Watch! Two Solar Particle Blasts Could Start Smacking Into Earth Friday
  238. Astrophoto: The Sun as a Work of Art
  239. Clear Skies Tonight? Go Out and See the Aurora
  240. Lunar Love: Stunning Shots Abound In Phases Around The SuperMoon
  241. Wow! Water Ice Clouds Suspected In Brown Dwarf Beyond The Solar System
  242. Wow! Water Ice Clouds Suspected In Brown Dwarf Beyond The Solar System
  243. Wow! Water Ice Clouds Suspected In Brown Dwarf Beyond The Solar System
  244. Wow! Water Ice Clouds Suspected In Brown Dwarf Beyond The Solar System
  245. Wow! Water Ice Clouds Suspected In Brown Dwarf Beyond The Solar System
  246. Calling All Volunteers to Help Digitize History
  247. Astrophoto: Spectacular View of the Rosette Nebula
  248. An Incredible Journey, Mars Curiosity Rover Reaches the Base of Mount Sharp
  249. Weekly Space Hangout – Sept. 12, 2014
  250. Will Aurora Strike Tonight? Here’s What to Expect