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The Amazing Story of the Japanese Hayabusa Asteroid Sample Return Mission
Frank Borman, Apollo 8 Astronaut Dies at Age of 95
Heatin’, Lightin’, and Route 23: Climate Change, Light Pollution, and Dwight Yoakam (re-run)
Asteroid Dinkinesh’s Satellite is a Contact-Binary
Copernicus presentation at Canisius University shines light on science and religion
Science vs. Religion: Don’t root for Science here
James Webb Space Telescope Reveals the Crab Nebula in a New Light
From the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science Pages: Do the Heavens Declare the Glory of God?
An Explosion of Light Pollution on the Wabash River
OSIRIS-REx Pycnometer Installed at NASA and Ready for Science!
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