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  1. Meet Three People Who Intend to Die on Mars
  2. 5 Stunning Timelapse Videos Show the World at Night in Motion
  3. Weekly Space Hangout – February 13, 2015 – Paul Gilster and his “Centauri Dreams”
  4. Here’s a Better Use for Fighter Jets: Launching Satellites
  5. The First Images Are In from Rosetta’s Valentine’s Day Comet Flyby
  6. Everything About Kepler-432b is Extreme, Especially the Way it’s Going to Die
  7. Nobody Knows What These Mysterious Plumes are on Mars
  8. Catch a ‘Conjunction Triple Play’ on February 20th as the Moon Meets Venus & Mars
  9. Learn All About Pluto, The Most Famous Dwarf Planet
  10. Book Review and Giveaway: Know It All: 132 Head-Scratching Questions About the Scienc
  11. Astronomy Cast Ep. 368: Searching for the Aether Wind: the Michelson–Morley Experimen
  12. New Horizons Now Close Enough to See Pluto’s Smaller Moons
  13. When Light Just Isn’t Fast Enough
  14. Why Can’t We Design the Perfect Spacesuit?
  15. How do Gas and Stars Build a Galaxy?
  16. A Star Passed Through the Solar System Just 70,000 Years Ago
  17. Who Speaks for Earth? The Controversy over Interstellar Messaging
  18. 25 Years Since Voyagers ‘Pale Blue Dot’ Images
  19. A Recipe for Returning Pluto to Full Planethood
  20. Astrophotos: The February 2015 Black Moon
  21. How Can Space Travel Faster Than The Speed Of Light?
  22. How to Photograph Tonight’s Spectacular Triple-Play Conjunction
  23. Weekly Space Hangout – February 20, 2015 – Charles Black from SEN
  24. Carnival of Space #393
  25. Winds of Supermassive Black Holes Can Shape Galaxy-Wide Star Formation
  26. Incredible “Birdman”-like Tracking-Shot Timelapse of Earth from Space
  27. A New Sungrazing Comet May Brighten in the Evening Sky, Here’s How to See It
  28. Peer Into the Distant Universe: How to See Quasars With Backyard Telescopes
  29. Carnival of Space #394
  30. Ceres Bizarre Bright Spot Now Has a Companion
  31. Dark Energy Camera Takes Accidental Gigantic, Magnificent Picture of Comet Lovejoy
  32. Orbital ATK Aims for March 2016 Antares Rocket Launch Restart with New Engines
  33. No, a Dinosaur Skull Hasn’t Been Found on Mars: Why We See Familiar Looking Objects o
  34. Weekly Space Hangout – February 27, 2015
  35. Star Trek’s Leonard Nimoy Leaves a Lasting Legacy
  36. NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Spacecraft Set for March Blastoff to study Ear
  37. Kamikaze Comet Loses its Head
  38. Carnival of Space #395
  39. The Mini-Moon Cometh: Catch the Smallest Full Moon of 2015 This Thursday
  40. Book Review: Emigrating Beyond Earth
  41. Bright Spots on Ceres Likely Ice, Not Cryovolcanoes
  42. What Your Breakfast has in Common with Ceres
  43. Watch the Aurora Shimmer and Dance in Real Time
  44. Book Review: Space Architecture
  45. The Night Mars Was Closest to Earth
  46. Mars Loses an Ocean But Gains the Potential for Life
  47. Scientists in Orbit Over Dawn’s Arrival at Ceres
  48. World’s Most Powerful Solid Booster Set for Space Launch System Test Firing on March
  49. Astronomy Cast Ep. 369: The Fizeau Experiment
  50. Sci-Fi Book Review: “Elsewhen”
  51. Dust Whirls, Swirls and Twirls at Rosetta’s Comet
  52. First Attempt to Contact Hibernating Philae Lander Will Be March 12
  53. If You Could See in Radio These Are the Crazy Shapes You’d See in the Sky
  54. A Complete Guide to the March 20th Total Solar Eclipse
  55. Most Powerful Solid Rocket Booster Ignites in Milestone Test, Propelling NASA on Path
  56. NASA Unravels Mysteries of Magnetic Reconnection with Nighttime Blastoff of MMS Sate
  57. Will the March 20th Total Solar Eclipse Impact Europe’s Solar Energy Grid?
  58. NASA’s MMS Satellite Constellation Blasts to Orbit to Study Explosive Magnetic Reconn
  59. Weekly Space Hangout -March 13, 2015
  60. This Is The Asteroid That Didn’t Hit Us
  61. Happy Pi Day! Find Pi in the Sky
  62. New Binocular Nova Discovered in Sagittarius
  63. Astronomy Cast Ep. 370: The Kaufmann–Bucherer–Neumann Experiments
  64. Carnival of Space #396
  65. Slender Moonspotting, Occultations, Daytime Planets and More
  66. Astrophoto: Hi-Res Stereo Pair of Jupiter and the GRS
  67. Green and Red Auroras Light Up St. Patrick’s Day Dawn
  68. Helicopter Drones on Mars
  69. 3-D Views of Humanity’s First Spacewalk, 50 Years Ago Today
  70. Powerful Magnetic Storm Produces Beautiful Aurora Around the World
  71. Surprise – Mars Has Auroras Too!
  72. Amazing Views of Today’s Total Solar Eclipse From Earth… and Space
  73. Thierry Legault Captures ISS Transit of the Sun — During Eclipse!
  74. Weekly Space Hangout – March 20, 2015: Lee Billings’ Five Billion Years of Solitude
  75. Nova in Sagittarius Brighter Than Ever – Catch it with the Naked Eye!
  76. Review: Bigelow Aerospace: Colonizing Space One Module at a Time
  77. Astronomy Cast Ep. 371: The Eddington Eclipse Experiment
  78. As It Turns Out, We Really Are All Starstuff
  79. Mind-Bending View of Solar Eclipse from the Stratosphere
  80. Turning Stars Into Art
  81. You Can Vote to Name America’s New Rocket from ULA
  82. Using 19th Century Technology to Time Travel to the Stars
  83. No, a Giant Asteroid Isn’t Going to “Skim” Earth on Friday
  84. Historic 1 Year ISS Mission with Kelly and Kornienko Launches Today – Watch Live
  85. Weekly Space Hangout – March 27, 2015: Dark Matter Galaxy “X” with Dr. Sukanya Chakra
  86. Year in Space Flight for Russian/American Crew Starts With Spectacular Night Launch a
  87. Astronomy Cast Ep. 372: The Becquerel Experiment
  88. Will Space Play in the 2016 US Election?
  89. Don’t Blink! April 4th Lunar Eclipse Shortest of the Century
  90. Carnival of Space #397
  91. Carnival of Space #398-399
  92. Seeking Ceres: Following the Brave New World Through 2015
  93. Stunning Photo of Volcanic Lightning at Volcán de Colima in Mexico
  94. Eye of Super Typhoon Maysak Looks “Like a Black Hole” from Space
  95. Book Review: “Infinite Worlds People & Places of Space Exploration” by Michael Soluri
  96. Gallery: Behind the Scenes Images of the Final Hubble Servicing Mission
  97. OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sampler Enters Final Assembly
  98. The Orion’s Heat Shield Gets a Scorching on Re-entry
  99. Planetary Society: We Can Afford to Orbit Humans at Mars by 2033
  100. Hangout with New Horizons on April 3, 2015
  101. Weekly Space Hangout – April 3, 2015
  102. SpaceX Resets CRS-6 Space Station Launch to April 13 with Booster Landing Attempt
  103. Astronomy Cast Ep. 373: Becquerel Experiment (Radiation)
  104. Carnival of Space #400
  105. Book Review and Giveaway: “Most Wanted Particle” by Jon Butterworth
  106. Beyond “Fermi’s Paradox” I: A Lunchtime Conversation- Enrico Fermi and Extraterrestri
  107. There Could Be Lava Tubes on the Moon, Large Enough for Whole Cities
  108. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13
  109. Was This Past Weekend’s Lunar Eclipse Really Total?
  110. Venus and the Pleiades – See the Spectacle!
  111. Beyond “Fermi’s Paradox” II: Questioning the Hart-Tipler Conjecture
  112. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 1: The Failed Oxygen Quantity Sensor
  113. Trail’s End: Beautiful New Night-Sky Timelapse by Randy Halverson
  114. Chasing the Dragon: Following SpaceX’s CRS-6 Mission From Your Backyard
  115. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 2: Simultaneous Presence of Kranz and Lunne
  116. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 3: Detuning the Saturn V’s 3rd Stage Radio
  117. Weekly Space Hangout – April 10, 2015: Orbital Docking with Dr. Stephen Granade
  118. This Mountain on Mars Is Leaking
  119. SpaceX Falcon 9 and Dragon CRS-6 set for April 13 Launch to ISS and Historic Landing
  120. Firefly Astronomy
  121. Help Researchers Track Comet 67/P Through Perihelion
  122. Carnival of Space #401
  123. SpaceX Falcon 9 and Dragon set for Blastoff and Bold Landing Effort Today – Watch Liv
  124. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 4: Early Entry into the Lander
  125. SpaceX Dragon Launches on Science Supply Run to Station, Booster Hard Lands on Barge
  126. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 5: The CO2 Partial Pressure Sensor
  127. Stars: A Day in the Life
  128. Dawn Rises Over Ceres North Pole
  129. The End is Near: NASA’s MESSENGER Now Running on Fumes
  130. High Resolution Video Reveals Dramatic SpaceX Falcon Rocket Barge Landing and Launch
  131. Scientists Map the Dark Matter Around Millions of Galaxies
  132. Lunar Fountain of Youth Challenge / Mercury Returns with Gusto
  133. Weekly Space Hangout – April 17, 2015:
  134. Dragon Snared by Stations ‘Star Trek’ Crewmate, Delivers Science for 1 Year Mission
  135. 100,000 Galaxies, and No Obvious Signs of Life
  136. Close Encounter of the Asteroid Kind – 2015 HD1 Skims By Earth Tonight
  137. Astronomy Cast Ep. 374: Stern-Gerlach Experiment
  138. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 6: The Mysterious Longer-Than-Expected Comm
  139. The 2015 Lyrid Meteors Peak Tomorrow Night!
  140. 10 Facts About Planet Earth You May Not Have Known
  141. Carnival of Space #402
  142. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 7: Isolating the Surge Tank
  143. Hubble Telescope Celebrates 25 Years in Space With Spectacular New Image
  144. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 8: The Indestructible S-Band/Hi-Gain Antenn
  145. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 9: Avoiding Gimbal Lock
  146. Weekly Space Hangout – April 24, 2015:
  147. Weekly Space Hangout – April 26, 2015: Special Cosmoquest Hangoutathon Edition
  148. Astronomy Cast Ep. 375: The Search For Life in the Solar System
  149. SpaceX Picks Up Launch Pace; Sets April 27 Commercial Launch and May 5 Crew Dragon Pa
  150. Spectacular 5th SpaceX Launch in 2015 Sets Record Pace, Clears Path for Critical Flig
  151. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 10: ‘MacGyvering’ with Everyday Items
  152. New Horizons, approaching Pluto, detects signs of Polar Caps
  153. Crossing Quarters: Would the Real Astronomical Midway Point Please Stand Up?
  154. Mercury MESSENGER Mission Concludes with a Smashing Finale!
  155. Watch an Enormous “Plasma Snake” Erupt from the Sun
  156. Carnival of Space #403
  157. Weekly Space Hangout – May 1, 2015: Prof. Coel Hellier with WASP & SuperWASP
  158. Buster the Dummy Strapped in for Mile High SpaceX Dragon Flight Test
  159. Book Review: The Seventh Landing
  160. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 11: The Caution and Warning System
  161. Key Facts about SpaceX Crewed Dragon’s First Test Flight May 6 – Watch Live
  162. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 12: The ‘Trench’ Band of Brothers
  163. Astronomy Cast Ep. 376: The Miller-Urey Experiment
  164. SpaceX Completes Successful Crew Dragon Test of Astronaut Life Saving Escape System
  165. NASAs Ten-Engine Electric Plane
  166. Animated Explainer on the Fermi Paradox from Kurz Gesagt
  167. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, part 13: Jim Lovell’s 90 Degree Wrong Turn
  168. Tales (Tails?) of Two Comets: Prospects for Q1 PanSTARRS & G2 MASTER
  169. Russia’s Out of Control Progress Freighter Doomed to Fiery Finale Friday
  170. 13 MORE Things That Saved Apollo 13, Epilogue: The ‘Failure is Not an Option’ Attitud
  171. Weekly Space Hangout – May 8, 2015: Emily Rice & Brian Levine from Astronomy on Tap
  172. Carnival of Space #404
  173. Wayward Progress Destroyed During Fiery Plummet, ISS Crew Launches Under Evaluation
  174. Head Held High, Comet Lovejoy Does the Polar Plunge
  175. Astronomers bypass visible light to map the Galaxy’s structure
  176. Ceres’ White Spots Multiply in Latest Dawn Photos
  177. Get Your Own Galileoscope — or Share Them — for the ‘International Year of Light’
  178. A Guide to Saturn Through Opposition 2015
  179. Russia Postpones ISS Crew Rotations Following Progress Freighter Failure
  180. Review: Annals of the Deep Sky by Jeff Kanipe & Dennis Webb
  181. Does the Red Planet Have Green Auroras?
  182. How Well Do You Know the Apollo 13 Mission? Take Our 13-Question Quiz
  183. Carnival of Space #405
  184. Andromeda and Milky Way Might Collide Sooner Than We Think
  185. Weekly Space Hangout – May 15, 2015: Finding, Studying and Visiting Other Worlds!
  186. 2nd Launch Disaster in 3 Weeks Strikes Russia, Destroying Proton Rocket and Mexican C
  187. What Makes Mars Sunsets Different from Earth’s?
  188. Astronomy Cast Ep. 377: Thomson Finds the Electron
  189. Air Force X-37B Spaceplane Launches on May 20 with Military, NASA and LightSail Paylo
  190. Hunting LightSail in Orbit
  191. Watch Jupiter Get Blasted by an Iridium Flare
  192. X-37B Air Force Space Plane Launches on 4th Mystery Military Mission and Solar Sailin
  193. SpaceX Dragons Coming and Going at Record Setting Pace
  194. Ceres Bright Spots Sharpen But Questions Remain
  195. Weekly Space Hangout – May 23, 2015: Dr. Rhys Taylor
  196. Rosetta’s View of a Comet’s “Great Divide”
  197. Rosetta’s View of a Comet’s “Great Divide”
  198. Opportunity Rover Team Honors Pioneering Lindbergh Flight at Mars Mountaintop Crater
  199. Carnival of Space #406
  200. Astronomy Cast Ep. 378: Rutherford and Atoms
  201. Getting Ready For International Space Station Observing Season
  202. NASA Selects Mission Science Instruments Searching for Habitability of Jupiter’s Ocea
  203. U.S. Air Force Certifies SpaceX for National Security Launches, Ending Monopoly
  204. Pluto Reveals Many New Details In Latest Images
  205. Hubble Captures a Collision in a Black Hole’s “Death Star” Beam
  206. NASA Orders First Ever Commercial Human Spaceflight Mission from Boeing
  207. First Looks at The Martian Revealed
  208. Be Part of the First Mission to Pluto with the Free Interactive ‘Pluto Safari’ App
  209. Weekly Space Hangout – May 29, 2015: Dr. Bradley M. Peterson
  210. Cassini to Perform its Final Flyby of Hyperion
  211. Carnival Of Space #407
  212. NASA’s Journey to Mars Ramps Up with InSight, Key Tests Pave Path to 2016 Lander Laun
  213. Allergies? Must Be Pollen Corona Season Again
  214. Astronomy Cast Ep. 379: Fermi’s Atom Splitting
  215. The Martian Curiosity Looks Back on 1000 Sols of Exploration on the Red Planet
  216. This Video About Solar Superstorms is Narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch and It Looks A
  217. New NASA Documentary Chronicles 50 Years of Spacewalks
  218. Solved: The Riddle of the Nova of 1670
  219. Carnival of Space #408
  220. Catch Jupiter Homing in on Venus Through June
  221. Chaos Reigns At Pluto’s Moons
  222. Returning the “Silent Sentinel” to Active Duty
  223. Rosetta Discovery of Surprise Molecular Breakup Mechanism in Comet Coma Alters Percep
  224. Weekly Space Hangout – June 5, 2015: Stephen Fowler, Creative Director at InfoAge
  225. Dazzling Gallery From India’s MOM Mars Orbiter Camera
  226. Leonard Nimoy’s Legacy Lives On in the Asteroid Belt
  227. Mathematics: The Beautiful Language of the Universe
  228. Dawn Does Dramatic Fly Over of Ceres, Enters Lower Mapping Orbit: Video
  229. Astronomy Cast Ep. 380: The Limits of Optics
  230. Rosetta’s Comet Keeps On Jetting Even After the Sun Goes Down
  231. Longest Woman Spaceflyer to Return as Russia Reshuffles Station Launches After Rocket
  232. Catching An ISS ‘Wink Out’ During High Beta Angle Season
  233. Ceres Bright Spots Keep Their Secret Even From 2,700 miles Up
  234. Record Setting Italian Female Astronaut and ISS Crewmates Land in Sunny Kazakhstan
  235. UK Amateur Recreates the Great Red Spot’s Glory Days
  236. Weekly Space Hangout – June 12, 2015: Astronomy in Chile Educator Ambassadors Program
  237. Have We Found Rosetta’s Lost Philae Lander?
  238. Station Astronaut Snaps Super Sharp View of the Great Pyramids from Space
  239. Philae Wakes Up, Makes Contact!
  240. Book Review:”Interplanetary Outpost: The Human and Technological Challenges of Explor
  241. Astronomy Cast Ep. 381: Hollowing Asteroids in Science and Fiction
  242. Distant Stellar Nurseries: This Time, in High Definition
  243. First Interplanetary CubeSats to Launch on NASA’s 2016 InSight Mars Lander
  244. New Video Will Get You Excited for New Horizons Pluto Encounter (as if you already ar
  245. Ceres Has Lots of Bright Spots
  246. Comet C/2013 US10 Catalina: A Preview for Act I
  247. Exquisite Views of Earth’s Cities Featured in First Ultra HD Videos from Space Statio
  248. Iridium NEXT Set to Begin Deployment This Year
  249. Carnival of Space #410
  250. NASA New Horizons Hangout – Countdown to Pluto, Friday 2:30 EDT