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1/2/2000
by Gregg Easterbrook

Star of Wonder
Is the star of Bethlehem now a pulsar?
1/2/2000
by Gregg Easterbrook

Really, Really Far Flung
Perhaps intergalactic distance is simply the result of physics, or perhaps it reflects preternatural logic
1/25/2000
by Gregg Easterbrook

You Were Once a Supernova
It is believed that the early universe contained a profusion of hot stars that burned up quickly and then exploded into supernovas of almost unimaginable power
2/1/2000
by Gregg Easterbrook

Mega-Blast from the Past
2/28/2000
by Gregg Easterbrook

'In the Beginning' Is Now
Cosmologists once thought the universe was old and winding down. Now it appears it may just be starting up
2/28/2000
by Gregg Easterbrook

Lots of Galaxies, But Why?
2/28/2000
by Gregg Easterbrook

Something Bright All Right in Mensa
The universe may be more resilient than it appears
3/30/2000
by Gregg Easterbrook

And There Was Light
New images of "cosmic background radiation" show a pattern of the very, very first light from the beginning of the universe
4/26/2000
by Gregg Easterbrook

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