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Sky & Telescope October 2019 Magazine

Format: Magazine

SKU# STM19010

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

  • Cosmic Mariners
  • Astronomers chart the vastness of space by tracking the currents that galaxies swim in. By Noam I. Libeskind & Yehuda Hoffman
  • The MDW Sky Survey
  • A collaboration among three astrophotography friends is providing a dramatic new look at the glowing hydrogen spread across our Milky Way Galaxy. By Dennis di Cicco
  • A Royal Tour
  • Grab your binoculars to take a closer look at the overflowing coffers of the King and Queen of Aethiopia. By Mathew Wedel
  • Lab-made Stars
  • After centuries of reaching up to study the universe, scientists are making starstuff here on Earth. By Liz Kruesi
  • Bright & Dark Clouds in Perseus
  • Step into Perseus and explore the profusion of celestial clouds that abound there. By Richard P. Wilds
SKU STM19010
Format Magazine
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