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Climbing above Earth’s murky air
Planet searches come up empty
A famous but poorly understood world
Plunging into a hidden ocean
A quarter-century of discoveries
The “blunder of the century”
Hubble Space Telescope takes flight
Mapping a galactic pile-up
Pushing the intergalactic frontier
Hot weather on a distant planet
Discovering the expanding universe
A memento of a college basketball star
Taking a look at a possible “dusty” planet
A roller-coaster ride around the galaxy
Exploding stars with a difference
Keeping an eye on bright “new” stars
The night of the living dead stars
Studying the universe from on high
Measuring a distance ice-ball
Improving Hubble’s eyesight
Keeping an eye on a fuzzy foot
Recalibrating a space telescope
Leafing through a starry filing cabinet
Angling in on the stars
Dead stars consume dead planets
The lonely “Autumn Star”
Brightening up a giant galaxy
Getting messy for science
Keeping a planet on the table
A gnat’s eyelash and a distant planet
Bright rings for a distant planet
An out-of-whack solar system