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Today’s Google homepage pays homage to the first man who measured the speed of light.
This potential travel method could be the key to interstellar travel
Find out how to see a cargo mission headed to the International Space Station this weekend.
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From humble beginnings in 2008, a simple idea — equipping libraries with loaner telescopes — has caught on across the United States.
John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth, dies at 95.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft delivers stunning views from its new orbital perch.
The International Astronomical Union has named an asteroid for Fred Schaaf, longtime Sky & Telescope contributing editor.
Scientists have been looking for decades to confirm a weird quantum effect first predicted in 1936. Have they finally found hard evidence for it?
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Astronomers analyzing a new sky survey have found that the distribution of dark matter in the modern universe is smoother than predicted from observations of a far younger universe.
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In a spectacular case of bad timing, the full Moon coincides with the annual Geminid meteor shower. Don't feel put out. There's still something for everyone, including a consolation prize.
Planetary scientists have pinpointed the size of a near-Earth asteroid to be a mere 2 meters, one of the smallest ever characterized.
Cassini's final main engine burn this weekend sets up the first act of a grand finale.