Space Station computer replaced during speedy spacewalk
Tilted orbits could increase potential for life
Earth hit by 26 atom-bomb scale asteroid impacts since 2000
Mysteries of nearby planetary system solved
Astronomers prepare to look for life on alien worlds
SpaceX Dragon reaches space station
Five Cubesats and 104 Sprites launched on Falcon 9
Curiosity rover spied from orbit at next Red Planet drilling location
A dying star and a diamond ring
Google Lunar XPRIZE contender lands $16 million donation
The waters of Mars
China’s Yutu moon rover exceeds design life and is still functioning
Space Picture of the Day
SpaceX F9R (Falcon 9 Reusable) static fire
SpaceX's Grasshopper test flight to 744m
Gus Grissom Liberty Bell 7 flight
NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission
SpaceShipTwo first rocket-powered flight
According to new research a fluctuating tilt in a planet’s orbit does not preclude the possibility of life, in fact, sometimes it helps.
First Earth-sized rocky planet found in star's habitable zone
Hubble captures galaxies widely separated in time
Supercomputers reveal how black holes feast on stars
Unusual supernova sweeps up
Hubble extends measurement of stars 10 times farther into space
Did scientists just spot the first alien moon?
New star formation 'recipe' uses dust scattering as an ingredient
Star's dying breath shines like a diamond ring
Quasars give astronomers best fix yet on expansion of the Universe
Thorium helps astronomers search for earthlike planets around distant stars
WISE searches for the seeds of black holes
Violent events in the history of the universe revealed by 'cosmic barometer'
What kinds of stars host life? New study urges broadening the search
Supernovae prove Newton's law of gravity unchanged over cosmic time
New 3D view of supernova death throes
Herschel maps the dust in nearby galaxies
Breakthrough as astronomers find Big Bang's smoking gun
ALMA finds a surprise gas clump around a young star
Magnetic storms may explain planet-forming disk mystery
Cassini finds Titan sea is mirror smooth
Rival spaceplanes attract interest abroad
Starshade being developed to help photograph exoplanets
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