NASA proposes cutting $3 billion for science
See Saturn tonight. Or soon
Strategy to shed gamma light on the mystery of dark energy
Mission to comet finds complexity
Wow! Hubble's latest
The latest from Hubble
New Hubble Heritage image released
Hubble snaps galactic pileup
The Eye of God
Saturn at opposition; have a look
Comet Machholz now visible in Maryland
More Leonid meteors due Friday
First -ever World Series eclipse
NASA floats idea for balloon 'Superpressure' model could soar longer than conventional craft
Couple reaches for stars Donation: Monica and Richard Coleman of Pasadena have given $25,000 to renovate Maryland Science Center's rooftop observatory.
Pasadena couple donates $25,000 to Md. observatory
Only eyes are necessary to tune in celestial parade Six planets visible on southwest horizon
Increased number of 'shooting stars' expected this week But bright moonlight might dim this year's Leonid meteor shower
Andrew G. Michalitsianos, 50, NASA astrophysicist
Hubble detects star with the energy of 10 million suns Vast dust clouds hid Milky Way's brightest
Received history calls for skepticism
Green Bank scans cosmos for signs of intelligent life Radiotelescopes continue the search 24 hours a day
Good idea, difficult sell Marketing: A smart inventor, such as Victor Norris of Ellicott City, can be his own worst enemy when he lacks the skills to sell his idea.
Penn State physicist poses theory of evolving universe Lee Smolin tours world lecturing on 'cosmic natural selection'
Solar-system series needs second Sagan Preview: Six-night television show on the Learning Channel tells all about the space where we live, but it lacks the starry-eyed passion the late astronomer brought to the subject.
Eugene Shoemaker, 69, an astronomer who co-discovered...
Tuned In, SPACED Out Review: 'Contact' takes a thoughtful approach to how earthlings react to news if life elsewhere. Too bad director Robert Zemeckis trots out tired techniques.
Robots run ahead in the race for space Exploration: According to some, anything man can do, machines can do better.
Dark asteroid may be brought to light by APL satellite First pictures of primitive object could come Friday
The real world of antimatter Physics: Astronomers have found evidence of a 'fountain' of antimatter spewing into space from the center of the Milky Way galaxy. What they aren't sure of is how the positrons are being created.
HCC professor's laser show is a crowd-pleaser Demonstration will be part of college's high-tech expo tomorrow
A new slant on the city's streets Original surveyor tilted grid away from true north
Timothy Ferris' universe: misguided religiosity
Young astronomers put planets in perspective Heavens: Roland Park Country School students have set up a scale model of the solar system. The sun shines in the school cafeteria; the most distant planet is in nearby Eddie's Supermarket, over the bananas.
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.
Lyman Spitzer Jr.,82, a pioneer in astrophysics...
Scientist challenges existence of planet outside solar system Sighting from pulsations of star, Canadian says
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.
Hubble's guidance sensor to be replaced First refurbishment done with no problems
Shuttle on a one-shot mission to upgrade Hubble telescope Discovery lacks fuel to make second pass at orbiting observatory
Hubble X-rays aid health Technology: Space Telescope contributes to making breast exams easier.
Hubble due for a house call Telescope: Astronauts to replace equipment that has faltered or become seriously outdated.
Still star struck at 85 Longevity: As a teen-ager, Joseph Field took a job volunteering at the Maryland Academy of Sciences. He's been there ever since -- 70 years to be exact.
Clyde Tombaugh, 90, the astronomer who discovered...
A black hole is at core of each galaxy, data suggest Hubble evidence shows hole's mass is proportional to size of its star system
Comet Hale-Bopp to offer spectacular 1997 sky show Year full of promise awaits stargazers
Carl Sagan Popular science: Death of astronomer who wouldn't be confined to academia leaves void.
USRA will help develop airborne observatory