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March 2021

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How to grow a giant black hole

The first supermassive black holes pose a cosmic mystery: They got too big, too fast.

Mission to the Centaurs

Planetary scientists are planning a blockbuster mission to an exotic world that’s escaped from the Kuiper Belt.

Dissecting an ancient computer

The Antikythera mechanism was constructed some 2,000 years ago. But its complex and intricate design still baffles researchers.

A filter for every phase

The right filter can reduce glare, increase contrast, and make the Moon’s features pop.

Grab-and-go astroimaging

Life’s too short to spend a lot of valuable time setting up and aligning.

Meet the user-friendly eVscope

Unistellar’s new technology will let you see galaxies and nebulae from your backyard.
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