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A Star That Breaks All the Rules
What is Gliese 890 and why is it behaving so strangely? Some astronomers think it's because this unusual star is a runaway from the Pleiades.
Magellan Scores at Venus
TGhe new images are a revelation. Magellan's radar eyes are transforming Venus from cloud-draped mystery to tack-sharp clarity.
ASTRONOMY Sky Almanac
Stand in the Shadow of an Asteroid
There are two opportunities this month to reach out and measure the size of an asteroid from your backyard.
Watch Jupiter's Moons Play Tag
Now you see it, now you don't - that's the story with Jupiter's moons this year during their rare series of mutual eclipses.
Sneak Previews: Your 1991 Sky Guide
Mark your calendars. Plan your vacations. Here's your month-to-month guide to the best celestial events of 1991.
Levy's Magnificent Comet
Astrophotographers captured the best comet of 1990 in a beautiful gallery of astronomical portraits.
Behind the Scenes
A Tale of Two Kitties
An Ancient Martian Basin
Ulysses Off to the Sun
Variable Star Observers Meet
New Astronomy Products
Three Great Eyepieces
Meetings and Events
Readings and Resources
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