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Best Space Photos of the Week: Cat's Paw, Solar Horns, Martian Ripples

See views of Mars, the Earth, and the Sun, as well as a star-factory nebula, in this week's space photos.

5 Sky Events This Week: Comet Buzzes Mars, False Dawn, Green Giant

<b>As the calendar turns to a new month, sky-watchers get a chance to see not only a sprinkling of shooting stars and some ghostly glows, but also a distant gas giant in its best appearance of 2013.</b><p><b>Comet buzzes Mars.</b> In the predawn skies on Tuesday, October 1, famed Comet ISON (C/2012 S1) will be …

Prague attractions: what to see and do in autumn

<b>Why go?</b><p><b>Prague</b>’s gorgeous architecture is radiant in the soft light of autumn, and its streets, recently full of tourists, return to a gentler pace. Hotel prices and air fares fall, too, giving this already affordable city of Bohemia a value that is hard to resist.<p>Its virtuoso concert performers …

Ben Fogle's country travels: a week of European adventure

It’s been a week of European discovery. First up was Malta and its capital, Valletta. Malta has one of Europe’s richest histories. A succession of powers have occupied the island, including the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Normans, Spanish, French and British, from whom it gained independence in …

Meet a traveller: Paul Clammer, author of Afghanistan, Haiti and Pakistan guide books

Paul Clammer has worked as a molecular biologist, tour leader and travel writer. For Lonely Planet, Paul has covered countries from Afghanistan and Haiti to Nigeria and Pakistan. He keeps telling himself that he’s going to start writing about easier destinations, but he’s probably fooling</i> …

Deadly 13th-Century Volcano Eruption: Mystery Solved?

Scientists find source of massive eruption felt centuries ago around the globe.<p><b>One of history's great disaster mysteries may be solved—the case of the largest volcanic eruption in the last 3,700 years. Nearly 800 years ago, the blast that was recorded, and then forgotten, may also have created a</b> …