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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.
30 years of great stories
Like the universe itself, ASTRONOMY started small but quickly flourished.
30 years: looking back
ASTRONOMY's editor offers a personal reflection on the magazine's stellar history.
Thirty sublime images that changed our view of the cosmos are presented in this photographic retrospective.
Relive the remarkable history of the Mount Wilson Observatory as it celebrates 100 years of discovery.
Searching digital skies
The first on-line virtual observatory is getting set to rock'n'roll.
Through Andromeda, deeply
Hubble images the deepest view of the cosmos ever.
Camelopardalis and Ursa Minor
Near the North Celestial Pole, the Giraffe and Little Bear are a zoo of galaxies, nebulae, star clusters, and other cosmic creations.
Astronomy in paradise
The Yosemite Star Party offers celestial treats in one of Earth's most beautiful settings.
A leading deep-sky imager shares his secrets of capturing colorful, razor-sharp CCD images of star clusters, nebulae, and galaxies.
Selecting a solar filter
ASTRONOMY tests a battery of filters and summarizes the results.
Choosing an eyepiece
Recommendations for a set of eyepieces to last a lifetime.
This month in Astronomy
Celebrating 30 years of ASTRONOMY
Bob Berman's strange universe
"F" in Science
Glenn Chaple's observing basics
All aboard the S.S. Milky Way
Seth Shostak, senior astronomer, SETI
- Violence begets new light
- Canada lends an arm
- Time won't be quantized
- Mars Rovers away
- Neptune's signs of spring
- Planets, ho!
- Orbital ties bind superpowers
The sky this month
Mars remains big and bright
Southern pole star, Cepheid variables, Moon's rotation
- Orion Atlas 10 EQ Reflector
- Parks Jovian 90 WP
- Red LED LightWedge reading light
- Celestron Power Tank
- The Universe: 365 Days
- Astronomy with a Budget Telescope
- A Beginner's Guide to the Universe
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