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Chiron: Interloper from the Kuiper Disk?
A handful of distant asteroids have shown astronomers a new part of the solar system.
Two new radio telescopes will reach farther into the universe and show it in vastly greater detail than ever before.
A Brightening Star Reveals Dark Matter
When a few stars in a nearby galaxy brightened unexpectedly, they provided the first direct evidence of dark matter.
While Venus and Jupiter dominate the evening sky all month, the Perseids light up the predawn sky on August 12.
Seeking the Speedy Geographos
Armed with binoculars or a small telescope, you can spot the near-Earth asteroid 1620 Geographos as it zips past our planet in late August.
Working in the Digital Darkroom
Three special computer routines let you convert digitized astrophotos into great images.
A Stormy Perseid Forecast?
This year's Perseid meteor shower promises a great show, with an outside chance of a meteor storm.
The End of the Line
Here's the latest on what observers will see when Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 smashes into Jupiter.
Behind the Scenes
Watching Astronomy Change
Imagining vs. CCD Imaging
- Milky Way Is Devouring Nearby Galaxy
- Pulsar Planets Confirmed
- Supernova in the Virgo Cluster
- Mars Dunes Tell of Dynamic Climate
- Binary Pulsar Discovered in SMC
- A Cosmic Close Enough to Touch
- Of Starspots and Virtual Skies
- Europeans Hold CCD Confabs
Supernova in the Whirlpool
Universe in Living Color
- Beginner's Reflectors
- Carl Zeiss-Jena Binoculars
- SSP-14 Solar Spotter
Guide to the Sky
Readings and Credits
Meetings and Events
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