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  1. Cosmic Rays Could Measure Time on Earth
  2. Saturn's X-Ray Mystery
  3. How the Solar Wind Gets Past the Earth's Shield
  4. Did You See an Aurora?
  5. Gemini Pictures Rival Hubble
  6. Greg Olsen Will Fly to Space
  7. Astrophoto: M5 by Clyde Miller
  8. View Through the Rings
  9. New Method Pinpoints the Age of the Milky Way
  10. Why You Should Switch to RSS
  11. Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Launched
  12. Impressions from Cassini
  13. Book Review: Cold Dark Matter
  14. Our Collision With Andromeda Will Look Like This
  15. Astrophoto: Moon, Jupiter and Spica by Shevill Mathers
  16. Sea Ice May Be Increasing in the Antarctic
  17. Happy Canada Day!
  18. Book Review: Roving Mars
  19. What's Up This Week - August 8 - August 14, 2005
  20. The Ends of the Earth
  21. Gamma Rays Come from the Earth Too
  22. Astrophoto: Sun Spots by Kari Kuure
  23. Audio: Homing Beacon for an Asteroid
  24. Penumbral Lunar Eclipse, April 24
  25. Paul Allen Funds Next Stage of SETI Project
  26. What Does the Milky Way Look Like?
  27. Europe Planning a Mars Rover Mission
  28. Cebreros is Ready and Listening
  29. Foton-M2 Mission Returns to Earth
  30. Astronauts Begin Repairing Oxygen System
  31. Deployment of Second MARSIS Boom Delayed
  32. So Many Computer Viruses Right Now
  33. Dark Energy Survey Will Study 300 Million Galaxies
  34. How to Find a Black Hole
  35. Progress 18 Docks
  36. Europeans Agree to Build Instrument for Webb Telescope
  37. Prometheus Disrupting Saturn's Rings
  38. Aureum Chaos Region on Mars
  39. Quasar Image Revises Theories About Their Jets
  40. New Ozone Hole Isn't Quite the Record
  41. Astronomers Find a Transparent Galaxy
  42. Private Spaceflight Bill Passes
  43. Anti-Hurricanes on Saturn
  44. Ultraviolet View of Mimas
  45. Asteroid Close Call Will Be a Gain for Science
  46. Smallest Ever Coronal Mass Ejection
  47. Astrophoto: Moon and Venus by Brad Timerson
  48. Audio: Planetary Disk That Refuses to Grow Up
  49. Book Review: Astronomy Hacks
  50. Jupiter-Sized Star Found
  51. Messenger Swoops Past the Earth
  52. Charon Passes in Front of a Star
  53. New Horizons Prepares to Zoom to Pluto
  54. History of the Earth's Atmosphere Written in Rocks
  55. Chandra Detects Sound Waves From a Black Hole
  56. Doughnut Around a Black Hole
  57. More Sunlight is Hitting the Earth
  58. Black Hole Flares as it Gobbles Matter
  59. Oldest Planetary Disk Discovered
  60. Transit of Venus Starts Soon
  61. Welcome to Titan
  62. False Colour Titan
  63. Black Holes Can Be Ejected From Galaxies
  64. Iron Can Help Determine if a Black Hole is Spinning
  65. Cassini's Orbital Entry Spot
  66. Solar Eclipse: April 8, 2005
  67. Astronomers Watch a Black Hole Eat a Meal
  68. Shuttle's Wings Will Detect When They're Damaged
  69. Near Perfect "Einstein Ring" Discovered
  70. Amalthea is Just a Pile of Icy Rubble
  71. New Jupiter Mission Moves Forward
  72. Two Space Celebrations this Week
  73. Mysterious X-Ray Sources Could Be Black Holes
  74. Sun Launches Three More Flares
  75. ICEsat's View of the Earth
  76. Recent Blast was Probably a Neutron Star Collision
  77. SMART-1's View of Hadley Rille
  78. Old NASA Equipment Will Be Visible on the Moon
  79. Glimpse at the Envelope of a Young Star
  80. Afterlife of a Supernova
  81. Proof of Life?
  82. Planets Can Survive a Red Giant
  83. Planets Under Construction
  84. Spirit Reaches Out to Adirondack
  85. Carbon/Oxygen Stars Could Explode as Gamma Ray Bursts
  86. Cosmic Fireflies Giveaway
  87. Send in Your Astrophotos
  88. On this Day in 1969
  89. Astronomy Hacks Giveaway
  90. Redesigning Universe Today
  91. I'm Looking for More Writers
  92. Help Out Universe Today
  93. Audio Feedback?
  94. Universe Today Podcasts
  95. Various News
  96. SOHO Gets Its 1,000th Comet
  97. What's Up This Week - July 11 - July 17, 2005
  98. What's Up This Week - July 4 - July 10, 2005
  99. What's Up This Week - June 27 - July 3, 2005
  100. What's Up This Week - June 6 - June 12, 2005
  101. What's Up This Week - May 30 - June 5, 2005
  102. What's Up This Week - May 9 - May 15, 2005
  103. What's Up This Week - May 2 - May 8, 2005
  104. What's Up This Week - Apr 25 - May 1, 2005
  105. Astrophoto: 10th Planet by J.Chumack, A. Rosner, & L. Venter
  106. Astrophoto: Callisto Transit by Leonard E. Mercer
  107. Astrophoto: Lunar Trio By Tom Orff
  108. Astrophoto: The Sun by Monty Leventhal
  109. Saturn's Moon Pan
  110. Titan's Bright Side
  111. Saturn's Rings Have an Atmosphere of their Own
  112. Rhea's Southern Pole
  113. Tiny Epimetheus Outside the Rings
  114. Detailed Look at Mimas
  115. Bend in the Rings
  116. Astronomers Looking for Help with Cataclysmic Variable Star
  117. New Look for the Milky Way
  118. 10th Planet Discovered
  119. Astronomy Camp Adventures
  120. Galaxy's Invisible Arms Revealed
  121. Ingredients of Life 10 Billion Light-Years Away
  122. Melt Through the Ice to Find Life
  123. Cyborg Astrobiologist Could Help Astronauts Find Life on Mars
  124. Few Planets Will Have Time to Form Complex Life
  125. Mapping Life on Earth Could Predict Finding it on Mars
  126. Did Life Arrive Before the Solar System Even Formed?
  127. Dying Stars Could Provide a Second Chance for Life
  128. Robot Finds Life in the Desert
  129. Where Does Intelligent Life Come From?
  130. Mini-Detector Could Find Life on Mars or Anthrax at the Airport
  131. Life Might Have Started in Fresh Water
  132. Microbes Use Hydrogen for Fuel in Yellowstone
  133. Would We Mistake Signals from ET?
  134. Life's There, You Just Need to Dig
  135. New Research Doubts Life in Martian Meteorite
  136. Neptune Emptied the Kuiper Belts
  137. Three new moons discovered for Neptune
  138. Neptune Has a Trojan
  139. APEX Telescope Sees First Light
  140. Extremely Large Telescope Takes the Next Step
  141. Making the Mirror for the World's Largest Telescope
  142. Capturing the Fastest Events in the Universe
  143. Really Big Telescopes are Coming
  144. Work Begins on Magellan Giant Telescope
  145. Stromlo Opens Up Again After the Fire
  146. Arizona Telescope Turned Into a Robot
  147. Radio Telescopes Around the World Combine in Real Time
  148. Here Come The Thirty Metre Telescopes
  149. It's Cold, But the View is Great
  150. Robotic Telescopes Team Up
  151. Radio Astronomy Will Get a Boost With the Square Kilometer Array
  152. New Instrument Finds its First Supernova
  153. Gemini Goes Silver
  154. Arecibo Gets an Upgrade
  155. Atlas and Proton Launch on the Same Day
  156. Chinese Moon Shot by 2020
  157. China Announces Upcoming Spaceflight Plans
  158. Static Electricity... in Space
  159. Build Big by Thinking Small
  160. Experiment Will Help Probe "Theory of Everything"
  161. Hubble Finds Two Small Moons Around Uranus
  162. Uranus Can Be Stormy After All
  163. Book Review: Patrick Moore: The Autobiography
  164. Did Iapetus Consume One of Saturn's Rings?
  165. Cassini Sees Clumps in Saturn's Rings
  166. Next Shuttle Will Fly in March 2006
  167. NASA Celebrates Discovery's Return
  168. Saturn's Deep Dynamic Clouds
  169. Deep Impact's Target Viewed from Earth
  170. Hubble Sees a Field of Galaxies
  171. Wallpaper: Supernova Remnant N 63A Menagerie
  172. Wallpaper: Sombrero Galaxy by Spitzer
  173. Martian Dust Devils Will Plague Astronauts
  174. Not Getting the Newsletter?
  175. Hawking Revises Black Hole Theory
  176. Black Holes Maintain Their Information
  177. Predicting Times for Clear Space Weather
  178. Black Hole at the Heart of a Nebula
  179. Surprising Insights Into Comet Tempel 1
  180. Sun Was Shining Early On
  181. Newborn Black Holes
  182. Binary Black Holes Modeled on Computer
  183. Supernova Shockwave Slams into Stellar Bubble
  184. Biblis Patera Volcano
  185. Astrophoto: Green Aurora by John Bunyan
  186. Venus Express Ready to Travel to the Launch Site
  187. Venus Express is Assembled
  188. Heavy Bombardments Make the Best Homes... for Microbes
  189. Evidence of Our Violent Early Solar System
  190. Question: Are There Plans to Deal With a Potential Asteroid Strike?
  191. Question: Does Gravity Increase With Speed?
  192. Time to Concentrate on Saturn's Rings
  193. Are We Alone?
  194. Is This a Lake on Titan?
  195. Canada's Humble Space Telescope
  196. First MARSIS Boom Fixed
  197. Largest Communications Satellite Launched
  198. Sedna Might Have Formed Past Pluto
  199. Solar Aircraft to Fly Around the World
  200. Progress Launches to Resupply Space Station
  201. Hubble's View of Starbirth
  202. Star Mimics a Black Hole
  203. NASA's Prototype Solar Sail Inflates Perfectly
  204. Twin Telescopes Peer at Distant Galaxy
  205. Voyager 1 Enters the Heliosheath
  206. Hubble Looks at Sedna
  207. Michael Griffin Takes the Helm at NASA
  208. Book Review: Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe
  209. NASA is Looking for Ambassadors
  210. Sea Launch Investigation Begins
  211. Gravity Probe B Launch in Two Weeks
  212. Asteroid Wiped Out the Dinosaurs in Hours
  213. No Sunspots at All
  214. Trick Plants to Grow on Mars
  215. Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Ready for Thursday Launch
  216. Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Will Launch on August 10
  217. Water Ice in a Martian Crater
  218. What's Making Martian Methane?
  219. Mars Has Been Cold for Billions of Years
  220. Next Mars Orbiter Will Launch August 10
  221. Search for Mars Methane
  222. No, Mars Won't Look as Big as the Moon
  223. Layers of Minerals Tell the History of Mars
  224. What's Next for Deep Impact?
  225. How Much Material Was Blasted Off By Deep Impact?
  226. Deep Impact's Plume Was Bigger Than Expected
  227. Gemini Sees Rocky Material on Tempel 1
  228. Swift's Take on Deep Impact
  229. SOHO Nears 1,000th Comet Discovery
  230. Deep Impact Made a Bright Flash
  231. Deep Impact Smashes Into Tempel 1
  232. Deep Impact Sees a Burst from Tempel 1
  233. Hubble Sees a Jet on Comet Tempel 1
  234. Rosetta Set to Watch Deep Impact
  235. Bright Splat on Rhea
  236. Proton Launches Amazonas Satellite
  237. Mars Volcanoes Were Active Recently
  238. Three Space Telescopes Find a Neutron Star
  239. Delta 4 Heavy Launches, But Falls Short
  240. Views of Iapetus
  241. Audio: Interview with Story Musgrave
  242. Dione and Tethys
  243. Astronomers Measure the Shape of a Supernova
  244. New Estimate for the Mass of Higgs Boson
  245. Pulsar is Even Denser Than Prevously Thought
  246. Book Review: Light This Candle
  247. Book Review: The Real Space Cowboys
  248. Dark Spots on the Moon Show a Turbulent Solar System
  249. Cluster and SOHO Analyze a Solar Storm
  250. Staring into a Cosmic Jet