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The Evolving Sun
In this special issue, ASTRONOMY takes a detailed look at our star.
The sun may seem a constant source of light and heat, but within a billion years it will fry our planet.
Exodus from Earth
Before our home world becomes uninhabitable, we'll be forced to seek a new home among the stars.
When the Solar Wind Blows
Jo Ann Joselyn, who predicts the effects of the sun on Earth and in space, looks forward to a busy year.
A pioneer in the tongue-twisting field of helioseismology, Jack Harvey probes the sun's dynamic interior.
For three decades, Raymond Davis has searched for solar neutrinos from beneath the Black Hills, yet he can't find as many as theory predicts.
Celestial Portraits: Perseus and Taurus
You won't regret spending a chilly winter night exploring the big, bright star clusters in these constellations.
Deconstructing the Millennium
The passage of a thousand years may seem like a big deal, but it's really just a relic of our counting system.
Ten Top Picks
Sure, Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and the 1991 solar eclipse were awesome, but did they crack our list of the century's best sky events?
The Sunny Side of Stargazing
This year promises to be a good one for observers of our daytime star, as sunspot activity peaks.
Behind the Scenes
- Pluto Fragments May Be Collision Relics
- New Comet Bright in July
- Neptune and Uranus Are Gems
- Chandra Scope Reveals Mysterious Ring
- NASA Scrambling to Surmount Orbiter Loss
- Gamma-Ray Burst May Have Spawned a
- Supernova Clues Found in Antarctic Ice
- Undiscovered Moons May Shape Neptunian
- Mars Craters Lost at Sea?
A spectacular total lunar eclipse awaits the Americas and Europe this month.
- Hubble Deep Fields Poster
- Nikon Binoculars
- Pulsating Eyepiece Illuminator
- Journey Beyond Selene
- Johannes Kepler and the New Astronomy
- A Field Guide to the Stars and Planets
- DigitalSky Voice 2.02
The Race for Darkness
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