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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.
Quasars Next Door
Devouring its stellar companion, a black hole or neutron star in our galaxy blasts a high-speed jet into space and looks like a miniature version of its powerful cousin.
Meet someone who discovered six comets in one day. He's part of a growing cadre using the Internet to prove you don't need a Ph.D. to do astronomy.
Digitizing Astronomy's Glass Plates
Before the advent of CCDs, almost every facet of the sky was recorded photographically. Now much of that valuable information is being converted into digital data.
Mars Returns to Glory
This summer the Red Planet reaches a size and brightness we haven't seen in 13 years. Here's how to get the most out of viewing Earth's enigmatic neighbor.
Go to the NexStar on Your List
ASTRONOMY puts Celestron's three new go-to telescopes through their paces.
With patience, practice, and attention, you can capture wonderful images of the night sky that record the clockwork motion of the heavens.
Celestial Portraits: Ara, Triangulum, and Apus
This trio of deep southern constellations offers backyard observers pinwheel galaxies, stellar death shrouds, and glittering star clusters.
Behind the Scenes
Bringing Astronomy to Your Desktop
- Supernova Sheds Light on Deep Mystery
- Big Storm Puts Sun in Spotlight
- Resolving to Be Better
- Going Deep in X Rays
- Cosmic Birth of Precious Metals
- Star Birth Rages Like Fire
Although Mars will grab everyone's attention this month, don't pass on the chance to see Neptune at its best and Ceres on its 200th anniversary.
- Meteorite map
- Our Universe: The Magnetism and Thrill of
- Kepler's Philosophy and the New Astronomy
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