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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.
The Kepler spacecraft's search for other worlds
Johannes Kepler decoded how the Sun's planets move. Now the spacecraft named after him hunts for other planetary systems.
Illustrated: The biggest eyes on the sky
Nearly 50 giant telescopes probe the cosmos from Earth's surface. The biggest ones congregate in locations with clear and steady skies.
Cassini's top 10 Saturn system discoveries
Earthlike landscapes, one-of-a-kind storms, and painted faces are just a few of the surprises the Cassini mission found in the Ringed Planet's neighborhood.
Watch as the Huygens probe lands on an alien moon - with features and a landscape remarkably similar to our own.
Tour the Local Group of galaxies
Grab your telescope and look for these 16 often overlooked members of our galaxy's neighborhood.
10 things to do on a cloudy night
If the weather ruins your observing plans, you can still improve your techniques, re-evaluate your equipment, and prep for the next clear night.
Darkness over Easter Island
All total solar eclipses are dramatic, but our setting for the July 11, 2010, event vaulted it to the top of the list.
Totality washes over the South Seas
A cruise through French Polynesia proved the perfect prelude to July's total solar eclipse.
You shouldn't believe everything you see or hear relating to astronomy. Except what you read here, of course.
Orion's wide-field imaging dream scope
With this 8-inch f/4 astrograph, you can produce superb deep-sky images.
This Month in Astronomy
Bob Berman's Strange Universe
Stephen James O'Meara's Secret Sky
The Sky this Month
David H. Levy's Evening Stars
Glenn Chaple's Observing Basics
Tony Hallas' Imaging the Cosmos
The secret to "stretching" data
The Cosmic Grid
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