Vote Now! Top Space Stories of the Week - Nov. 4, 2012

New York's Power Outages Offer Rare Stargazing Opportunity


In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the widespread power outages in the New York area are offering a rare chance for city dwellers to see a dark night sky for stargazing. [Full Story]

NEXT: Curiosity Rover Finds No Methane on Mars — Yet

Curiosity Rover Finds No Methane on Mars — Yet

NASA/JPL-Caltech/Malin Space Science Systems

NASA’s Curiosity rover has made new discoveries about the Martian atmosphere. [Full Story]

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