"Time and space are modes in which we think and not conditions in which we live."

— Albert Einstein

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Hubble at 30: Three Decades of Cosmic Discovery


This year’s International Observe the Moon Night is on Oct. 20. On that night the 11-day-old waxing gibbous Moon will rise in the late afternoon and set before dawn. Sunlight will reveal most of the lunar surface and the Moon will be visible all night long. You can observe the Moon’s features whether you’re observing with the unaided eye, through binoculars or through a telescope.

A Trip Through the Milky Way

A Trip Through the Milky Way