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Sky & Telescope June 2019 Issue

By The Editors of Sky & Telescope

Format: Magazine

SKU# STM19006

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

  • Lighting a Cosmic Fuse
    “Standard candle” Type Ia supernovae are not as uniform as astronomers once thought they were. By Shannon Hall
  • Constant Controversy
    Astronomers and cosmologists can’t agree on the current expansion rate of the universe. By Govert Schilling
  • Hunting Elusive Prey
    Face-on spiral galaxies are among the most graceful objects to behold. By Ted Forte
  • The Dawes Limit and Beyond
    The author finds that two of his telescopes have lower limits than what theory predicts. By Don Ferguson
  • Seeing Stars in Glacier
    The first cross-border International Dark Sky Park offers everything you need for a fulfilling night under the stars. By Amy Grisak
  • The Quest for Round Stars
    Great deep-sky imaging begins with well-tracked exposures. By Ron Brecher

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

SKU STM19006
Author The Editors of Sky & Telescope
File/Trim Size 10.5" x 8.5"
Format Magazine

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Sky & Telescope June 2019 Issue

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