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Hubble Watches Asteroid Whirl Into Pieces
Astronomers watch a space rock in the main asteroid belt crumble to bits for the first time, thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope.
X-ray: NASA/CXC/Univ of Michigan/R.C.Reis et al; Optical: NASA/STScI
Monster Black Hole Spins at Half the Speed of Light
Scientists measure the speed of a black hole for the first time, thanks to a rare line-up with a massive elliptical galaxy.
Science / AAAS
Big Impact: Martian Meteorite Mystery Solved?
How did many of the Martian meteorites found on Earth get here? Researchers believe they finally have the answer.
P. Carril / ESA
Three Asteroids Buzz Earth in Just Two Days
For the second day in a row, an asteroid is coming within the moon's orbit — and this one is having an even closer encounter with Earth.
NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute
Saturn's Rings and Moon Dazzle in New Photo
A new image captured by a NASA spacecraft shows Saturn's famous rings in gorgeous detail, with one of the planet's many moons shining in the distance.
M. Kornmesser / ESO
Does Free Will Exist? Quasars May Hold Answers
Charles Q. Choi, Inside Science
Researchers are observing quasars on opposite sides of the universe in hopes of closing the "free will loophole" in quantum physics.
Joe Raedle / Getty Images, file
Musk: Stop Security Satellite Launch Monopoly
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tells Congress the U.S. government is paying too much for national security satellite launches.
Virtual Telescope Project 2.0 via YouTube
Watch an Asteroid Zoom Within the Moon's Orbit
A video clip from Slooh's telescope on the Canary Islands shows asteroid 2014 DX110 as a small streak during its close encounter on March 5.
Adam Hunger / Reuters file
Winklevoss Twins Book Space Trip With Bitcoin
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, bitcoin investors and villains of "The Social Network," are going to space — and paying their fare in bitcoins.
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