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Sky & Telescope April 2019 Print Issue

By The Editors of Sky & Telescope

Format: Magazine

SKU# STM19004

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

  • Spendthrift Spirals
    The great spiral galaxies that adorn the modern universe are running out of gas and may someday lose their beautiful shapes. By Ken Croswell
  • Constellation Close-up: Centaurus and Crux
    These far-southern constellations rank near the top in beauty, brightness, and historical interest. By Tony Flanders
  • A Northern Run
    Follow these tips to get the most out of a Messier Marathon run from higher latitudes. By Alan Whitman
  • Alpha Centauri Fever
    The allure of the closest star system to ours infects astronomers and venture capitalists alike. By Javier Barbuzano
  • Nurture Your Newt II: Collimation
    Aligning your reflector’s mirrors — critical to getting the best view — is easier than you think. By Jerry Oltion
  • For more information, see April 2019’s online table of contents.

SKU STM19004
Author The Editors of Sky & Telescope
File/Trim Size 10.5" x 8.5"
Format Magazine

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