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Yes, Virginia, there are black holes. Brian Koberlein.
Most metal-poor star hints at universe's first supernovae. Science Daily.
India's Mars orbiter: Does "faster, better, cheaper" work? NASA Watch.
Night of the four fireballs – Eastern U.S. sees spectacle. Astro Bob.
Clear skies and water vapor discovered on a distant planet. The Daily Galaxy.
Astronomy photographer of the year 2014. Video of the Day.
There are no such things as Black Holes. Universe Today.
Electricity at the quantum level played a strong role in the creation of life. The Daily Galaxy.
Holy Kilauea! Bad Astronomy.
India's Mars orbiter spacecraft enters Mars orbit. Space Ref.
Neil deGrasse Tyson: Faster than the speed of light. Video of the Day.
Seeking Apollo pictures? Here's how to find obscure shots from the moon-landing program. Universe Today.
Space Agency heads congregating in Toronto on September 29th. Commercial Space.
Infant solar system show signs of windy weather. Space Ref.
"Hidden supersymmetry?" --Debate over a new physics intensifies. The Daily Galaxy.
Comet's dust streams and grains captured by Rosetta probe. Video of the Day.
Two impacts, one landslide… on Mercury. Bad Astronomy.
Seeing gravitational waves using an overlooked prediction of Einstein's theory of relativity. The Daily Galaxy.
An anomaly in satellites' flybys confounds scientists. Science Daily.
Returning human spaceflight to America on This Week @NASA. Video of the Day.
MAVEN arrives at Mars! Parks safely in Orbit. Universe Today.
Supermasssive black hole at center of a dwarf galaxy 1/500th size of Milky Way. Daily Galaxy.
Completely clandestine CLIO climbs through clouds to orbit on Mystery mission. Universe Today.
Cocoon Nebula wide field. International Space Fellowship.
Island universe. Brian Koberlein.
A bridge across the sky. Bad Astronomy.
Investigating the Martian atmosphere. Video of the Day.
Dark Matter as the "OS" of the universe. The Daily Galaxy.
Another “planet” debate. The Spacewriter's Ramblings.
Dawn update. Astronomy News.
219 million stars: Astronomers release most detailed catalog ever made of the visible Milky Way. Science Daily.
NASA to outsource astronaut delivery to SpaceX, Boeing. Video of the Day.
Repaired Opportunity rover readies for 'Marathon Valley' as it transmits martian images. Universe Today.
A galaxy of Tatooines. Bad Astronomy.
Boeing/Blue Origin poised to take commercial crew contract? NASA Watch.
Report: NASA failing in mission to find dangerous asteroids near Earth. International Space Fellowship.
Martian meteorite yields more evidence of the possibility of life on Mars. Science Daily.
Exoplanet Q & Alien. Video of the Day.
New Horizons sights tiny Pluto moon as spacecraft races toward dwarf planet. Universe Today.
Landing site selected for Rosetta's lander Philae. Space Ref.
Big safety tests loom for SpaceX's manned Dragon space capsule. Space com.
The only existing photo of Einstein blackboarding his E=MC2 formula. The Daily Galaxy.
Clues to how giant elliptical galaxies move. Science Daily.
The mysterious holes in the atmosphere on Venus. Video of the Day.
Modified dark matter. Brian Koberlein.
Twin solar storms may stoke auroras tonight Sept. 11-12. Astro Bob.
More than a Selfie. Astronomy News.
New NASA team spots massive galaxies at the very edge of the visible universe. The Daily Galaxy.
Astronomers pinpoint 'Venus Zone' around stars. Science Daily.
September 11, 2001 attack - the towers fall. Video of the Day. Never forget!