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Sky & Telescope December 2019 Magazine

Format: Magazine

SKU# STM19012

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

  • The Neglected Planets
  • Decades after a lone spacecraft flew by, the solar system’s ice giants and their many moons still guard plenty of secrets. By Ken Croswell
  • Martian Weather
  • Report Storms, radiation, and dust combine to create a deadly environment on the Red Planet. By Jim Bell
  • Sketching Superbubbles
  • Join the author as he explores the Orion-Eridanus Superbubble region, sketchpad at the ready. By Mel Bartels
  • Hobby Killers
  • Here’s how to avoid buying an expensive doorstop. By Jerry Oltion
  • Just Over a Century Ago
  • What could the reading public know about astronomy in 1900? By Klaus Brasch
SKU STM19012
Format Magazine

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