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The past decade has seen an explosion of giant optical telescopes, which have started to change the way we see the universe.
Gone are the days of lone astronomers toiling in remote observatories. While some still prefer to go it alone, research groups are getting larger, and the stakes are getting higher.
The universe is littered with the strange wreckage of colliding galaxies - explosive structures that illuminate Nature's violent dance.
Dozens of Coma-Virgo galaxy cluster members and Messier objects are among the deep-sky wonders that decorate Berenice's Hair.
May offers a double dose for eclipse watchers, with a total lunar eclipse followed by an annular eclipse of the Sun two weeks later. Find out how to get the best seat in the house for both events.
The STV: Video camera, CCD, or autoguider?
Easier than three instruments, faster than your old desktop. It's a CCD. It's a video camera. No, wait: It's the STV multipurpose camera by Santa Barbara Instrument Group.
Three celestial showstoppers occur this month - a lunar and a solar eclispe, and a transit of Mercury across the Sun.
SkyQuest: Easy exploring
Make observing a simple joy again. Orion's Sky Quest Dobs provide an easy and affordable way to explore the heavens.
High-power twin optics
Giant binoculars reveal a universe of detail by fully utilizing the factory-installed human optical system.
This month in Astronomy
The quest for big glass
The highs and lows of Mars
Bob Berman's strange universe
Glenn Chaple's observing basics
Follow the Moon's progress this month as it cycles from new to full to new again.
- Mt. Stromlo Observatory destroyed
- Shredded dwarfs
- Planets and metal-rich hosts
- The black hole, then the stars
- Lobed monster in Sagittarius
- The price of manned space flight
The sky this month
Get in line - it's eclipse time
Space travel, Earth's axial tilt, and the Milky Way
- Orion Atlas 8 EQ Reflector
- Meade 8-inch Model SC-8
- Meade CaptureView Integrated Binocular
and Digital Camera
- Star Talker Audio Program
- The Extravagant Universe
- The backyard Astronomer's Guide, 2nd ed.
- LunarPhase Pro
- Lunar Map Pro
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