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Five billion years ago the Andromeda Galaxy flung two galaxies out of the Local Group and swallowed two others.
Where the Lunar Winds Blow Free
Air? On the Moon? Though there's not much of it, the Moon's atmosphere may help solve some nagging lunar mysteries.
Close Encounter with a Comet
In 1986 Giotto made headlines at Comet Halley. Last year it garnered less hype but more data as it flew past Comet Grigg-Skjellerup.
ASTRONOMY Sky Almanac
Build an Observing Chair
Transform a Bucket into a Dewcap
These two do-it-yourself projects will make observing easier.
Eclipse over America
North and South Americans with clear skies on November 28/29 will witness a stunning lunar eclipse.
Return to Darkness
Find the best spots to view the November 1994 total solar eclipse in South America.
Eyeing the Local Group
This month's night sky holds five galaxies you can spot with your naked eye.
Behind the Scenes
Andromeda Galaxy Has a Double Nucleus
Satellite Finds New Radiation Belt
Universe '93 Draws Record Crowd
Give It Your First Shot
New Software Roundup
New Astronomy Products
Meetings and Events
Readings and Credits
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