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Sky & Telescope November 2019 Magazine

Format: Magazine

SKU# STM19011

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

  • Mapping the Milky Way
  • Recent years have seen tremendous strides in unraveling the galaxy's spiral arms. By Ken Croswell
  • Seeing Stars
  • Astronomers are linking arrays of telescopes together to reveal the long-hidden visages of faraway suns. By Christopher Crockett
  • Orator of the Stars
  • The captivating Ormsby MacKnight Mitchel helped popularize astronomy in 19th-century America. By Trudy E. Bell
  • Demystifying Image Calibration
  • This important step will dramatically improve your imaging results. By Ron Brecher
  • A Full Deck of Kings
  • Open clusters can be pleasing to behold but tend to be elusive. Join the authors on their foray into the world of King open clusters. By Al Lamperti & Frank Colosimo
SKU STM19011
Format Magazine

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