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How we know black holes exist
Despite their invisibility, black holes noticeably modify their environments by producing high-speed jets and abnormally quick stellar movements.
Probing Titan’s seas of sand
Whether on Saturn’s largest moon or Earth, the ripples of sand dunes tell scientists about the local weather and surface phenomena.
Turning clouds of darkness into stars of light
Small, dark, and ubiquitous, Bok globules offer astronomers an inside look at how low-mass stars form.
The Modoc Plateau beckons amateur astronomers
This California location has beautiful scenery, lots of amenities, and spectacular dark skies.
Use Facebook to get more out of your hobby
These nine tips will help you get the most out of this social network, connecting you to astroimagers, astronomy clubs around the world, and even space missions
How the constellations came to be
The starry figures that fill our sky result from more than 6,000 years of human imagination.
Astronomy tests Orion’s color video camera
The StarShoot Deep Space Video Camera displays celestial objects in real time and captures video frames.
Bob Berman’s Strange Universe
Glenn Chaple’s Observing Basics
Stephen James O’Meara’s Secret Sky
Tony Hallas’ Imaging the Cosmos
The Sky this Month
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This Month in Astronomy
So what’s the deal with black holes?
Doomed gas cloud approaches black hole
Dawn moves closer to Vesta
August supernova offers cosmic clues
Astro Confidential: Victoria Kaspi
The Cosmic Grid
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