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  • Don Cornelius: Peace, love, soul -- and civil rights

    Don Cornelius: Peace, love, soul -- and civil rights
    Don Cornelius, who died Wednesday at 75, was a civil rights pioneer disguised as a dance-music-show host. He used to sign off the “Soul Train” show he founded in Chicago by wishing his viewers “love, peace and soul,” and devoted every programming minute to proving he meant it.
  • NASA scientists find hydrogen in moon's sunlit regions

    NASA scientists find hydrogen in moon's sunlit regions
    NASA's lunar-mapping satellite has just begun its four-year mission searching for water on the moon, but it has already turned up a discovery that has scientists scratching their heads. The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter's seven scientific instruments have...

    Evidence suggests water exists on the moon

    Evidence suggests water exists on the moon
    Space scientists have found the strongest evidence yet that water exists on the moon, a discovery that helps complete a picture of a water-rich solar system and that could make colonizing our nearest neighbor in space much easier than previously thought....

    Awaiting a puff of moon dust

    Awaiting a puff of moon dust
    In the predawn hours Friday, while those on the West Coast still snooze, a rocket is scheduled to punch a 13-foot-deep hole in a crater at the moon's south pole that hasn't seen sunlight in billions of years. The purpose: to find out whether ice lies...

    NASA's moon crash is no spectacle, but could be a success

    NASA's moon crash is no spectacle, but could be a success
    As entertainment, NASA's moon punch mission was more "Heaven's Gate" than "Raiders of the Lost Ark." As science, however, it might still qualify for blockbuster status. Huddled in sleeping bags and tents, hundreds of people had gathered on a chilly Bay...