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The world's best-selling astronomy magazine offers you the most exciting, visually stunning, and timely coverage of the heavens above. Each monthly issue includes expert science reporting, vivid color photography, complete sky coverage, spot-on observing tips, informative telescope reviews, and much more! All this in an easy-to-understand, user-friendly style that's perfect for astronomers at any level.
Seeking Rogue Comets
If theories about how planets form are right, up to 50 trillion interstellar comets may exist between us and the nearest star.
Toward a New Hubble
NASA's heading back to the Space Telescope to install two new science instruments and update its technology.
Young, Bright, and Blue
Globular clusters rank among the oldest objects around, but a few new-borns show some may still be forming as galaxies collide.
Three bright planets hug the predawn horizon, but Mars and Comet Hale-Bopp are this month's top events.
Hale-Bopp Takes Center Stage
The long-awaited comet approaches its peak appearance.
Get a Grip on Sharper Seeing
Beat the air's attempt to run the images in your telescope.
Stabilize Your Bino-Eyes
Build a portable viewer for binoculars for less than $50.
In Search of Faint Galaxies
CCD cameras can capture some forgotten gems.
Collecting This Century's Last Eclipses
If the Caribbean in February sounds enticing, just wait til you hear about the spectacular total solar eclipse coming there next year.
Behind the Scenes
Go Ahead and Prove It
Russian Space Memories
- Hubble Spots Mars' Dust Storm
- Swiss Find 10 New Brown Dwarfs
- More Evidence for Martian Life?
- Ask an Astronomer: A Call for Questions
- Nova Flares in Virgo Galaxy
- Beast in the Core of our Galaxy
- A New Pulsar Planet?
- Ideas Spice Up Astrofest
- Star Party Called the Hardy
- Eyewitness Encyclopedia of Space and the
- NGC/IC Project
The Case for Mars
- Australian Deep-Sky Atlas
- Compact Laser Collimator
- Herschel 400 Logbook
- 4.5-inch Motorized Reflector Telescope
Resources & Photofacts
Meetings and Events
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