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This month’s issue of Astronomy magazine describes what powers extremely luminous quasars, remembers the incredible Carl Sagan, takes a look at the different cosmic sources that could end life on Earth, provides tips on how to hunt down elusive Pluto, and more.
Published: May 28, 2013 //
This month's issue of Astronomy magazine analyzes what the February 15 meteor impact means for Earth, offers insight on the future of man's presence in space from astronaut Buzz Aldrin, proposes an observing challenge for planetary nebula fans, explores what scientists have learned from Moon rocks, reviews the Vixen GPD2 mount, and more.
Published: April 23, 2013 //
This month’s issue of Astronomy magazine investigates how an ancient Earth interacted with a cooler Sun, identifies some unidentified flying objects, explains why the universe has no center, helps you choose the right binoculars, reviews the Telescope Drive Master, and more.
Published: March 25, 2013 //