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After eight fruitful years of exploring Jupiter and its moons, the Galileo spacecraft makes a final flyby of Amalthea before plunging into the planet's atmosphere.
The Orion Nebula is the Great White Way of the sky - it's the nearest place where big stars are born. Find out what astronomers are learning about this bustling stellar district.
Columbia University astronomer David Helfand is out to change the way science is done. And that means stepping on some pretty big toes.
Tucana and Hydrus
If the star clusters and nebulae of the Milky Way aren't enough to satisfy your deep-sky desires, the Toucan and Little Water Snake offer some extragalactic treats as well.
The Straight Wall
The Straight Wall is one of the most observed features on the Moon. This area, however, offers a number of other interesting highlights just waiting to be seen.
Stars on the stars
Celebrities generally use mirrors for self-reflection, but we found music, sports, and television stars who also use mirrors (and lenses) to scan the skies.
The special characteristics of this telescope put it in a class by itself. Discover if this is the best of both worlds as ASTRONOMY reviews the DGM OA-3.6ATS.
Visual observing is great, but perhaps you'd like to capture images of what you see. Use this fact-filled guide to cross over into the realm of astrophotography.
This month in Astronomy
Galileo's end of the road
Centaurus A, a peculiar galaxy
Bob Berman's strange universe
Making the antisolar point
Glenn Chaple's observing basics
Score with the Andromeda Galaxy (M31)
"Bad astronomer" Phil Plait
- Comets take on the Sun
- Supernova in M74
- Moon Race II: China vs. India
- Layers of sediment on Mars
- The Sun's rough surface
- Magnetic star acts up
- Possible limit on pulsars' spin
The sky this month
Mars commands the southern sky
Globular clusters, Beetlejuice, Full Moon rising
- Vixen VMC200L catadioptric
- MaxView II 2" eyepiece
- Astro Aimer
- Nite I's 2" to 1.25" adapter
- Meteorites, Ice, and Antarctica
- Leaving Earth
- Touring the Universe
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