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The many kinds of stars. Jan 1, 2015 2705
The greatest show off earth: a world of transcendent beauty passes over your head every clear night. Jan 1, 2014 2400
Deep-sky hunting around the year: use the charts and guides on the following pages to explore beyond the solar system. Jan 1, 2014 432
Stargazing near cities: better than you think: from the darkest desert to the brightest city, the stars belong to everyone. You can see more celestial wonders from urban and suburban settings than most people imagine. But it helps to know some astronomical tricks and techniques. Jan 1, 2013 3574
Winter: using our chart here, start your deep-sky hunting! Jan 1, 2013 1038
Spring: galaxies and double stars mark spring skies. Jan 1, 2013 989
Summer: star clusters and nebulae are most abundant at this time of year. Jan 1, 2013 895
Autumn: the far northern sky now holds the richest collection of targets for users of small scopes under bright skies. Jan 1, 2013 942
Astronomy in motion. Editorial Jan 1, 2012 406
My favorite things: here's a sampling of the diverse wonders that the night sky has to offer. Jan 1, 2012 1450
Earth, wind, water, & fire: many astronomical spectacles occur on or near our own planet. Jan 1, 2012 1798
The swift moon: the moon looks different every time you view it through a telescope. Jan 1, 2012 1099
The planets in 2012: our solar-system neighbors are sources of endless wonder. Jan 1, 2012 3075
Observing the dynamic sun: telescopes show that our nearest star changes rapidly and dramatically. Jan 1, 2012 903
Keep looking up! Jan 1, 2011 352
The astronomer's universe! Jan 1, 2011 2155
Viewing the planets: telescopes offer true otherwordly experiences. Jan 1, 2011 2459
The well-rounded stargazer. Jan 1, 2010 419
What to know before you buy: although they come in a bewildering range of sizes and shapes, all telescopes are variations on a few simple themes. Jan 1, 2010 3552
Telescopes 101: bewildered by all the telescopes advertised in this magazine? They're all just variations on a few simple themes. Jan 1, 2005 3189

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