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On the Road with David Levy

Obamastronomy

Imagine if America's leaders had to have an astronomical background? Sky & Telescope contributing editor David H. Levy has been thinking about that.

Astronomy and Society

A Night of Service

Community service can mean bringing the cosmos down to Earth, as Sky & Telescope contributing editor David H. Levy explains while "On the Road."

People, Places, and Events

A Crescent Voyage

An amateur astronomer in New Orleans has built an observatory intended to withstand whatever Gulf weather may bring.

On the Road with David Levy

A Night to Remember

Sky & Telescope contributing editor David H. Levy joins our cadre of bloggers. Check out what he's been up to "On the Road."

On the Road with David Levy

How I Found My New Comet

In an exclusive story for SkyandTelescope.com, prolific comet hunter David Levy explains how he stumbled across find number 22 while observing near Saturn.

Comet Sherrod

Comets

How to Report a Comet Discovery

So you think you’ve found a comet? Here are some steps to follow in verifying your find.

On the Road with David Levy

Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9: A Decade Later

This week marks the 10th anniversary of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 impacting the clouds of Jupiter. Sky & Telescope contributing editor and SL9 codiscoverer David Levy reflects on some of the events surrounding the Great Comet Crash.

On the Road with David Levy

Starfest 2003: Dark Skies and Aliens

Solar observing was the order of the day at Starfest. The gathering had record attendance this year and ranks as the largest star party in Canada.Courtesy Andreas Gada and Tony Ward. If you've never been in to a star party, I strongly recommend that you attend one. Even if it's…

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