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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.
Seeing with X-ray Eyes
The Chandra Observatory's ability to resolve a haze of x rays into a sharp image is bringing new insight into hot stars, high-speed jets, and violent galaxies.
Going Deep for Galaxies
The National Optical Astronomy Observatories' new survey captures more than 300,000 galaxies and stars down to 26th magnitude in just one square degree.
Celebrating Ireland's Cosmic Ties
The "Leviathan of Parsontown," the Third Earl of Rosse's mammoth 72-inch telescope, served as a fitting focal point for the annual Whirlpool Star party.
The Man Who Tracked Nebulae
On a warm summer's night in 1884, a young observer named E. E. Barnard discovered an unusual nebula that became the first galaxy recognized beyond our own.
Hello Darkness My Old Friend
Combine an exotic location, great weather, and four minutes of totality, and you have a recipe for the grandest solar eclipse in a decade.
Weighing in at 100 pounds or more, these three German equatorial mounts provide a rock-steady base for your critical observing and astrophotography needs.
Behind the Scenes
- NEAR-Shoemaker Scores a Touchdown
- The Milky Way's Twisted Sister
- Seeing an Invisible Horizon
- An Ocean for Ganymede, Too
- Spying a Super-Supercluster
- MACHO Team Has Reason to Boast
Mercury climbs well into the evening twilight, Venus dominates at dawn, and Mars rules the midnight roost.
- Yes Watch
- Grand Orrery
- Astronomy Art
- Einstein in Love: A Scientific Romance
- Einstein's Brainchild: Relativity Made
- The Universe Unveiled: Instruments and
Images through History
- A Walk through the Southern Sky
- The Little Book of Stars
A Tale of Two Eclipses
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