New solar cycle has begun
Look! Up in the sky! It's...
Science tests theories on the Star of Bethlehem
Million mile an hour winds
Hubble zooms in on Comet Holmes
ISS will eclipse Saturn in MD
Comet shows flash of cosmic mystery
Comet Holmes now a naked-eye object
"Aerolite" shower terrorizes Baltimore
Launch of probe to dwarf planets likely today
Spacecraft get new missions
NASA sets 1st flight to Vesta and Ceres
The sun in another dimension
Scientists consider asteroid defense
Night sky to offer Md. full eclipse of moon
Craft nears Jupiter on its way to Pluto
Scientists wowed by sun images
Stardust's memories of solar system
Can you find Mercury?
News from above the weather
Comet's breakup near Earth offers viewing spectacle
Strategy to shed gamma light on the mystery of dark energy
Space weather spectacular
Solar eclipse wows many; don't miss Jupiter
Amazing eruption on the sun
Dazzling summer in Antarctica Research: It's the working season, and scientists have just five months of daylight into which they pack a year's worth of work.
Asteroid Mathilde is captured by camera of NASA spacecraft built by Hopkins lab Photographs suggest rock consists of solar system's oldest building blocks
Dark asteroid may be brought to light by APL satellite First pictures of primitive object could come Friday
Home movies of a restless star Sun: A solar physicist has produced a video that enables Earth-dwellers to see Sol's behavior as never before.
Building a way to spy on a comet Experiment: Johns Hopkins University scientists and graduate students are building a telescope and a spectrograph for a five-minute look at the Comet Hale-Bopp.
Comet Hale-Bopp to offer spectacular 1997 sky show Year full of promise awaits stargazers
Moon set for complete celestial encore tomorrow Total eclipse will be Md.'s last until 2000
Needed changes will toughen Megan's LawIn 1995...
Knowing the right chemistry Meteorites: The space rock that may bear evidence of Martian life came from an Arctic region where thousands of meteorites are providing information for scientists puzzling over celestial formations.
Scientists seek source of comet's X-rays Powerful emissions were not expected
Up next for stargazers: anticipating a lunar eclipse Moon's show arrives on tail of comet's glowing reviews
A light seen once in 10,000 years Comet Hyakutake: More than 300 people turned out over the weekend at the Maryland Space Grant Observatory to get a peek at the interplanetary visitor
Weekend likely to be prime time for viewing large, fuzzy Hyakutake Stargazers have sighted comet with naked eye
A vivid stardust memory, or flash in the panhandle? Wary scientists see brighter prospects for Comet Hyakutake
Simplicity may be key to the NEAR's success 1st spacecraft built to orbit an asteroid should arrive in 1999
APL glories in asteroid mission Off we go: Hopkins' Applied Physics Lab designed, built and will control the spacecraft, and it brought it in early and under budget.
Hopkins telescope flies high at S. Pole Balloon-lofted instrument survives troubles to study sun
Observations under the sun Flare Genesis: $16 million project is designed to unlock mysteries of solar flares and gigantic magnetic storms that erupt from sun's surface.
Hubble detects comet 'reservoir' beyond Neptune
Comet impact suggests big Jupiter water supply
Hopkins telescope views supernova
The Next Steps in Space
Banneker homestead project moves forward