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May 2018

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Features

New insights into how the solar system formed

Recent observations reveal that chaos and mayhem ruled our planetary system’s first days.

An organically grown planet definition

Should we really define a word by voting?

Seeking the unknown in cosmic data

In an era of large-scale surveys, citizen science projects, and new machine-learning techniques, unexpected discoveries should be expected.

Why do galaxies align?

The matter in our universe forms filaments and threads like a grand cosmic web, tugging galaxies and clusters into place along the way.

Leo's exotic deep-sky gems

Beyond the brightest galaxies, the Lion contains many challenging deep-sky targets.

Observe Mars at its best

It’s been 15 years since the Red Planet was this close and this big. Set up your scope, and take advantage of this apparition.

Guide your camera to great shots

A variety of mounts and techniques can help you create stunning images. Which one is for you?

Capture video with this low-cost camera

Lots of accessories make the RunCam Night Eagle an easy match for any telescope or camera lens.

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