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Bob Dylan and the Rolling Thunder Revue – in pictures

When Bob Dylan took his travelling caravan of musicians – among them Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn and Mick Ronson – out on the road in autumn 1975, the photographer Ken Regan was on hand to document it all. Now his revealing shots are published in Rolling Thunder: Photographs by Ken Regan

Amazing Final Images Of Stars Right Before They Die

The future of our Sun is very clear: someday it will run out of hydrogen in its core, expand into a red giant, where it will fuse helium until it runs out of that. Afterwards, it blows off its outer layers, forming a planetary nebula, while its core contracts down to a white dwarf.<p>This fate, common …

Universe

NASA Photographs 'Cosmic, Double-Bladed Lightsaber'

Right inside the Milky Way!<p>The Force is apparently quite strong in the Milky Way, as a new photo from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope looks an awful …

Astonishing Pluto in sharp focus

Pluto<p>Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SWRI/Reuters<p>Pluto close-up<p>Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI<p>Al-Idrisi mountains<p>Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI<p>Pluto close-up<p>Credit: …

Leading NASA official says we're abandoning our post on the International Space Station for a very good reason

After leaving its post on board the ISS, NASA hopes to return to a destination that NASA astronauts haven't visited since 1972: the moon.<p>It's unclear whether astronauts will set foot on the moon. What is clear, however, is that NASA's looking to send manned missions in orbit around the moon — to a …

Space Science

Galaxy M66

This image made by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows M66, the largest of the Leo Triplet galaxies. It has asymmetric spiral arms and an apparently displaced core most likely caused by the gravitational pull of the other two members of the trio. (NASA, ESA, Hubble Heritage …

Lunar Orbiter captures the Earth rising from the moon's horizon

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has captured a view that's reminiscent of the famous "Blue Marble," except this one comes with something extra: the moon's surface. On October 12th, the LRO's Narrow Angle Camera (NAC) and Wide Angle Camera (WAC) captured a series of black and white and colored …