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The world's best-selling astronomy magazine offers you the most exciting, visually stunning, and timely coverage of the heavens above. Each monthly issue includes expert science reporting, vivid color photography, complete sky coverage, spot-on observing tips, informative telescope reviews, and much more! All this in an easy-to-understand, user-friendly style that's perfect for astronomers at any level.
Out of Sight, Out of MOND
If a maverick astronomer proves correct, dark matter may not permeate the universe - and we'd have to revisit the hallowed laws of Sir Isaac Newton.
Is There Life Under the Ice?
With abundant liquid water lurking beneath a crust of frigid ice, Jupiter's moon Europa could provide a hospitable climate for life.
What's Water Got to Do with It?
Everyone knows this simple molecule plays a key roll in the development and nourishment of life, but it also proves critical in the process of star formation.
Stepping Stones to Mars
A near-Earth asteroid could prove to be a tempting target for humans planning their next step beyond Earth orbit and as a trial run for the ultimate mission to Mars.
Voices in the Night
If you like the idea of telling your telescope where to go, you should check out the new DigitalSky Voice software from Astro-Physics.
Celestial Portraits: Aquila and Scutum
Backyard observers with small telescopes will find plenty of dazzling star clusters and glorious nebulae in this celestial duo.
Behind the Scenes
The Wait for "Falling Stars"
- Spying a Planet-Eating Star
- Black Hole Goes for a Spin
- Getting a Rise out of Mars
- New Survey Targets M31
- Nearby Galaxy Rich in Pulsars
- Hubble Captures the Horsehead Nebula
- Survival of the Fittest?
Mars dominates the evening sky, but it pays to devote at least a little attention to Uranus at its best and the annual Perseid meteor shower.
- Customized Planispheres
- The 23rd Cycle: Learning to Live with a
- Arty the Part-Time Astronaut
- The Horse and the Iron Ball
- See the Stars: Your First Guide to the Night
- Oxford First Book of Space
- Our Earth and the Solar System
- Galaxy Collider
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