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How humans will travel to Alpha Centauri
Long thought to be the province of science fiction, interstellar flight might not be as impossible as you think.
Tour our wet solar system
Life-giving water covers seven-tenths of Earth's surface, but where did it come from, and where else can we find it?
Dark energy's new face
How are exploding stars changing our view of the universe's mysterious force?
How to collect rocks from space
Start a meteorite collection and soon you'll be holding a piece of solar system history in the palm of your hand.
13 great summer binocular sights
Grab your binoculars and explore the False Comet, Barnard's E, and 11 more stellar targets.
All about the Bubble Nebula
Check out this emission nebula in Cassiopeia to see the results of a massive star's hurricane-force winds.
"Astronomy" tests Orion's grab-and-go refractor
The ED102T CF Triplet offers 4 inches of aperture, a wide field of view, and superb star images.
Bob Berman's Strange Universe
Stephen James O'Meara's Secret Sky
Glenn Chaple's Observing Basics
Tony Hallas Imaging the Cosmos
The Sky this Month
StarDome and Path of the planets
In Every Issue
This Month in Astronomy
Celebrate ALCon 2012 in Chicago!
Capturing star formation in the act
MESSENGER completes first year, moves to second
Astro Confidential: Amy Simon-Miller
The Cosmic Grid
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