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David Malin's Universe
A peerless astrophotographer brings you stunning nebulae, breathtaking galaxies, and glorious star clusters.
Astronomy's Future: Dusk or Dawn?
With money quickly drying up, astronomers face tough choices on what telescopes to keep open.
South African Comet Crash Diary
Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9's crash with Jupiter generated global excitement. Here's how one group of amateurs helped turn their country on to astronomy.
Set your scope's sights on Comet d'Arrest and the moons of Saturn and Uranus. And also remember to just lie back and enjoy the Southern Delta Aquarid meteor shower.
Off to See October's Eclipse
Clear skies should greet most observers who chase the Moon's dark shadow as it cuts a narrow swath from Iran to Vietnam.
Are the Best Lunar Photographers French?
French lunar photographers throw down the gauntlet to other astrophotographers.
Target, Uranus and Neptune
July offers the perfect opportunity to track down the two outer gas giants because they appear brightest and remain visible all night.
Have Sketchpad, Will Travel
Recording with pencil and paper what you see in the eyepiece may be the best way to become a more astute observer.
Behind the Scenes
Needed: More 5¢ Cigars
The Saga of Mt. Graham
- Jupiter's Moon Europa Has an Oxygen
- Io Erupts Anew
- Cirrus Clouds Brighten the Far UV
- First Stellar Oscillations Seen
- Do Cosmic Rays Spark High-Altitude
- Gamma-Ray Telescope Takes Shape
- Chiron: Smaller but Brighter
- Scopes, Surf, and the Southern Cross
- Jay Gunter, Asteroid Popularizer
- CCD Newsletter
- Celestron's Upgraded Newtonian
- Deep-Sky Poster
- Star Chart Briefcase/viewer
Getting to Know the Universe
Meetings and Events
Resources & Photofacts
A Slice of Sun
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