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Seeing the dawn of time
Cosmic inflation plugged gaping holes in the Big Bang theory — and opened up the world of the multiverse.
Messages from two lonely rovers show the Red Planet still is wetter, dustier, and more complex than anyone imagined.
Jewels on velvet
In southern Ophiuchus, dark nebulae serve as backdrops for many globular clusters.
The year’s best meteor shower, the Perseids, arrives this month.
Producing high-quality astroimages takes practice. Here are some hard-won lessons I’ve learned along the way.
Nebula filters cut skyglow and let you see more with less.
This month in Astronomy
The ever-weirder universe
Bob Berman's strange universe
Glenn Chaple's observing basics
Phil Harrington's binocular universe
Spitzer probes the Sombrero Galaxy
First exoplanet imaged
X-ray super-flares safeguard planets
Making a space partnership work
The sky this month
Meade QX eyepieces
Piekiel’s Celestron guide
Orbis Company EarthBall
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