Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 17th 2015) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 59 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Barbershop relative
'60s org
'Beat it!'
'I'm ready!'
Abstruse knowledge
Bird house
Bread in some ethnic cuisine
Canola oil product
Comic strip husband
Creator of Saturn
Dolphins' grp
Exotic 'Now, Voyager' setting
Explanatory words
Explorer born René-Robert Cavelier
Floating island visited in 'Gulliver's Travels'
French metropolis near the Belgian border
Greeting that means 'love' or 'peace'
Hercules or Perseus
Irish equivalent of 'Jane'
Is indecisive
It can't be canned
It may be left at a crime scene
Jungle-themed Halloween costume
Key on a computer keyboard
Lilliputian, informally
Man's name that's another man's name in reverse
Negative conjunction
Not check
Old English county court sessions
Part of le visage
Pitch-perfect words?
Project that analyzes electromagnetic radiation, for short
Recurrent 'Twilight Zone' plot device
See 25-Across
Setting for many sci-fi stories
Singer with the 1986 #1 hit 'Rock Me Amadeus'
Some crumbled dessert toppings
Spots at a casino
Sun blocks?
Take a ___
Typical Manhattanite
Unicellular organism
Unstamped metal discs used for making coins
Up this street and down the next, perhaps
Van Gogh masterpiece
Voids, with 'out'
W.W. II poster girl
What starter pistols shoot
Willingly, once
Winning party in Clay v. United States
With 39-Across, region beyond the Kármán line ... or a literal hint to what this puzzle has
Wonder-working prophet in II Kings
Work with