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Is time on our side?
Time travel — long a staple of science fiction — may not be too far from reality.
Acidic clouds and a surface hot enough to melt lead make Venus unique among planets. Scientists want to know how it got that way.
With plans for new spaceships and launch vehicles, NASA foresees a permanent presence on the Moon.
How to observe cosmic bubbles
Massive, energetic stars carve out voids in space and produce some spectacular targets.
Catch Mercury at its best
Now is the time to find the most elusive terrestrial planet.
Pieces of time
Today’s watchmakers produce sophisticated pieces that unite astronomy and art.
A 12-inch powerhouse
High-grade optics, excellent tracking, and unexpected features highlight Meade’s RCX line of telescopes.
This month in Astronomy
Traveling in space and time
Bob Berman's strange universe
Glenn Chaple's observing basics
Phil Harrington's binocular universe
Feeding frenzy Mars had early magnetism Cassini drives past Dione U.S. losing competitive edge in sciences Martian mesa may be covered in frozen water
The sky this month
Lord of the Rings returns
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