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In 2029, asteroid Apophis will pass dangerously close to Earth. Depending on its exact course, it may return with a vengeance in 2036.
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All about the Whirlpool Galaxy
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The little comet that might
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Astronomer for a night
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Ticket to the stars
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This month in Astronomy
Of black holes and earthlike worlds
Bob Berman's strange universe
Glenn Chaple's observing basics
Phil Harrington's binocular universe
Stellar jets stir reflection nebula NGC 1333, and more
The sky this month
The latest astronomy accessories and gadgets
Great celestial images from our readers
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