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A detailed overview of Antarctica was released yesterday.
Careful attention goes into bringing back a classic telescope. Watch how it's done.
The Kaguya spacecraft provides a nice way to start the day with a look back home.
A distant supernova erupted with signs that it marked the death of not one star, but two.
In a nearby galaxy, astronomers find the biggest-ever small black hole.
A new series about going to Mars premieres this week. But that's just the beginning of your multimedia adventure.
For heaven's sake, get out and look at Comet Holmes.
This new computer is ready for the latest astro software.
NASA is watching the Moon to see how often it gets hit by meteoroids.
High-school students in West Virginia will sift through data from one of the world's largest radio telescopes to look for pulsars. Astronomers expect that they will find dozens.
A new view from the Hubble Space Telescope reveals the goings on in a cluster full of massive stars.
Our renewed online tool will let you follow humans orbiting Earth.
A Moon-bound spacecraft looks back to shoot Earth in high-definition glory.
More than 200 million light-years away, a galaxy is shedding gas as it moves. Surprisingly, stars have popped up in the material left behind.
Researchers want you to help them examine the pervasiveness of light pollution during October.
For love or money, the Moon awaits you.
Don't miss Timothy Ferris's ode to amateur astronomy, which airs on PBS stations throughout the US on Wednesday night.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft zoomed in to take detailed pictures and other measurements of one of Saturn's weirdest moons.
This month's podcast explores how there still plenty of summer's stars to view even as we transition to autumn.
For the first time since the rings of Uranus were discovered, astronomers are studying their edge-on view.
A billion light-year-wide "hole" in space is a very cold and empty place.
Scientists are confident that the towering ice geysers on Saturn's moon Enceladus shouldn't harm the Cassini spacecraft during a close flyby next March.
Google Earth just got cooler, again!
A collection of interesting views about the universe.