My Cart (0)

Message from Sky & Telescope

The AAS staff (including staff of Sky and Telescope) are working remotely from their homes to support the social distancing efforts to contain COVID 19. While we are all working to support the S&T community, there may be delays in responding during this time. If you have a question or concern, please contact Camillia Taylor at Click here for information on delays in international deliveries.

This is a difficult time for the entire United States. Aero, our fulfillment partner, is based in Ohio. As you may know, Ohio has closed all non-essential businesses. Aero also provides fulfillment services for P&G and has received an exception from the shut-down. While they will continue to fulfill our orders, there may be a delay in shipping our products because they must give priority to medical, personal healthcare, and cleaning and sanitization products.

Sky & Telescope February 2019 Print Issue

By The Editors of Sky & Telescope

Format: Magazine

SKU# SKY1902

Sky & Telescope's February 2019 issue contains the following feature articles in addition to the monthly columns and observing guides:

  • What Came Before the Big Bang?
    Cosmologists are tackling a once-verboten question with out-of-the-box thinking. By Faye Flam
  • Titan’s Veil
    Saturn’s largest moon has a remarkably complex atmosphere, with all the chemical ingredients for life as we know it. By Sarah Hörst
  • Above the Southern Horn of Taurus
    The Crab Nebula is amazing now matter how you look at it.By Howard Banich
  • Explaining Algol
    How John Goodricke and Edward Pigott discovered and interpreted a new variable star. By Linda French
  • Giving Nebulae a Boost
    Here’s a novel technique to bring out emission nebulosity in your astrophotos.By Timothy Jensen

For more information, see February 2019’s online table of contents.

Author The Editors of Sky & Telescope
File/Trim Size 10.5" x 8.5"
Format Magazine

In Stock

Click on image to zoom

Be the first to review this product