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Top 10 space stories of 2011
Astronomers discovered our galaxy blows giant bubbles, scientists found evidence of flowing water on Mars, and NASA ended its shuttle program.
How the universe reveals its secrets
From the farthest supernova to our home planet, chemistry is at work everywhere, and understanding it is key to figuring out how the cosmos runs.
The man who measured the cosmos
Milton Humason went from janitor on Mount Wilson to world-famous astronomer.
Brian May's world of stereo astro pictures
One of the world's great rock stars has a passion for astronomy — and for sharing space in 3-D.
Count down the Astronomy editor's favorite songs from Astronomy Editorial Advisory Board member Brian May's legendary rock group, Queen.
The science of Star Trek
Find out how our descendants might travel at warp speed, beam down to a planet, or take a shortcut through a wormhole.
Learn about the likelihood of encountering habitable planets or other civilizations during an interstellar journey as well as phaser weaponry.
How to sketch deep-sky objects
Create an illustrated record of your views through the telescope and become a better observer at the same time.
Astronomy tests Stellarvue's 4-inch APO refractor
The new SV105-3SV imaging scope boasts high-quality construction, superb optics, and an oversized focuser.
Bob Bermans Strange Universe
Glenn Chaples Observing Basics
Stephen James OMearas Secret Sky
David H. Levys Evening Stars
Tony Hallas Imaging the Cosmos
In Every Issue
This Month in Astronomy
Brian May joins Astronomy's team
Black hole's inner workings surprise astronomers
Dozens of extrasolar planets discovered
Astro Confidential: Jay Melosh
The Cosmic Grid
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