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The past quarter-century has seen an explosion of mind-blowing advances in human knowledge of deep space, largely on the shimmering back of the Hubble Space Telescope, in low Earth orbit since 1990. Last week, in a kind of Christmas gift for the world, NASA and its international counterparts launched Hubble’s successor, the James Webb Space Telescope, which promises to open humanity’s eyes even wider to the cosmos. It’s a welcome reminder that even in a time when too many Americans are shunning science, Earth’s brightest minds are still working diligently to expand human knowledge of our cosmic surroundings.

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Astronomer Edwin Hubble confirmed a century ago that countless galaxies exist beyond our Milky Way and the universe is constantly expanding. J…

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After a visit to a nuclear fuel processing plant in Lynchburg, Sen. James Webb said he wants to consider whether it's time for the United Stat…

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We can see the advantages of having U.S. Sen. James Webb on the Democratic ticket in November as the party's vice presidential nominee. But if…

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For Thursday: Sen. James Webb's GI bill to increase educational benefits to military veterans who have seen active duty since 9/11 is gaining …

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