Friday, January 13, 2012 at 1:00 PM
Why is there something rather than nothing? That's the question cosmologist Lawrence Krauss tackles in his new book, A Universe from Nothing. In it, he surveys the discoveries that have led to scientists' current understanding of the universe, and explores what the future of the universe may be.
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Saturday's bigger, brighter moon inspired some beautiful photos.
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