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Top 10 astronomy stories of 2006
Cosmologists peered into the Big Bang, astronomers tallied 200 alien worlds, and planetary scientists captured a comet.
Hubble discovers 16 exotic planets
Egg-shaped planets with dazzling aurorae must be the norm for these new worlds that orbit within shouting distance of their parent stars.
Is the Orion Nebula as big as the Moon?
The Moon's apparent size provides a yardstick for comparing the sky's best-known targets.
Portraits from Mars
Images from Spirit and Opportunity turn raw science into artistic landscapes.
All about the Crab Nebula
A supernova blast seen in 1054 continues to shed light on stellar evolution.
Learn how to capture dazzling solar photos.
Make Hubble shots your own dazzling photos
You can turn astronomical data into gorgeous images with the authors' Photoshop plug-in.
Celestron's Onyx 80EDF
Don't let this scope's compact size fool you - it's a high-quality workhorse.
This month in Astronomy
Astronomy’s new award
Bob Berman's strange universe
Glenn Chaple's observing basics
Phil Harrington's binocular universe
Cascading down the Giraffe''s neck
Astronomers find direct evidence of dark matter, and more
The sky this month
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