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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.
Spirit lands at Gusev
NASA's twin rovers made perfect landings on the Red Planet. Join the rover named Spirit in Gusev Crater as it searches for evidence of water in the martian past.
Dutch artist Kees Veenenbos combines geographical software with the precisely measured topography of Mars to produce eerily beautiful scenes of Mars today and possibly in the past.
As an auto mechanic, Michael Turner analyzed car parts to figure out how a car runs. Now,as one of the world's leading cosmologists, he analyzes elementary particles to figure out what makes the universe run.
Confused about the belts, bands, and other features on the king of planets? This in-depth guide to Jupiter's atmosphere will help you plan your telescope time and become a better observer.
When astrophotos go bad
Astrophotography can be tricky, and even the best imagers can make mistakes. Learn from one expert's experience how to avoid common miscues.
The sky is full of thousands of beautiful objects to observe. But which should you pick and how? The first step is choosing a star atlas that's right for you.
Konus's new Mak-Cass
Looking for a new telescope? This moderately priced new scope from Konus offers quality optics and construction - and an additional eyepiece holder.
This month in Astronomy
Return to the Red Planet
Bob Berman's strange universe
What's the color of space?
Glenn Chaple's observing basics
A lion's tale
David Levy, "professional" amateur astronomer
— The Milky Way's "ring of life"
— Stardust meets comet Wild 2
— To Mars, via the Moon
— Probing the power of galactic winds
— A supersized superstar
The sky this month
Venus meets the Pleiades
Eclipse from the Moon, finding Earth
— Coronado P.S.T.
— Sundial LLC wn-1
— Edmund Scientific's catalog
— Back River Observatory CCDs
— Galileo in Rome
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