In star-forming regions, low-mass objects vastly outnumber their bigger brothers. Astronomers want to know how this happens.
To find life on Earth, follow the water. But what about on other planets?
These challenging planetary nebulae will put your telescope and keen eye to the test.
You don’t have to look too far back in time to find star patterns that no longer exist.
On the afternoon of July 2, the Sun will disappear along a narrow track that stretches from Chile’s coast to just south of Buenos Aires.
Dip into these lesser-known catalogs for a look at some different deep-sky wonders.
A sleek look, easy operation, and a tunable filter make the SolarMax III one to consider.