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A multi-page list of all press releases issued in 2005
"Einstein's Legacy to Astronomy: From Black Holes to the Expanding Universe" is Free Public Lecture on 22 January 2005
01 January 2005  
Swift X-ray Telescope Sees Its First Light and Captures Its First Gamma-Ray-Burst Afterglow
05 January 2005  
NASA Swift Mission Turns On, Sees a Blast Of Bursts
First Search in Stellar Graveyard Yields Two Possible Planets
10 January 2005  
Spying on Black-Hole Eating Habits with LISA
13 January 2005  
Clusters of Aluminum Atoms Found to Have Properties of Other Elements Reveal a New Form of Chemistry
13 January 2005  
Eklund Selected for Committee of National Academy of Sciences
14 January 2005  
Swift Mission Images the Birth of a Black Hole
21 January 2005  
Team Receives $1-Million Grant for Nanowires Research
01 February 2005  
Novel Sulfide-Binding Mechanism Found in Deep-Sea Tubeworms
01 February 2005  
Swift Sees Pinwheel Galaxy, Satellite Fully Operational
01 February 2005  
Grenfell Elected Fellow of British Royal Society
03 February 2005  
Free Public Lecture on 12 February 2005: "When Black Holes Collide: Exploring Strong Gravity with 21st-Century Computing Power"
03 February 2005  
Free Public Lecture on 12 February: "When Black Holes Collide: Exploring Strong Gravity with 21st-Century Computing Power"
03 February 2005  
Scientists Announce Smallest Extra-Solar Planet Yet Discovered and Find Outer Limits of the Pulsar Planetary System
07 February 2005  
A Generally Relative Serenade
07 February 2005Audience members at a Penn State Lecture on the Frontiers of Science (2/5/2005) were treated to a delightful serenade by the speaker, Clifford M. Will, who broke into song as he introduced the audience to Einstein's Theory of General Relativity.
Free Public Lecture on 19 February 2005: Einstein's Legacy in Low-Temperature Physics
10 February 2005  
Scientists Discover How Climate Change Causes the Simultaneous Boom or Bust of Multiple Populations
17 February 2005  
Secret to Longevity in Tubeworms
21 February 2005  
Planets, Planets, Everywhere: A Free Public Presentation on 26 February
21 February 2005  

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