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Indexing is Fun

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

The Chore of Indexing

Even Mikey would hate putting together S&T's semi-annual index. Is it worthwhile?

Bob's World of Astronomy with Robert Naeye

Respect for the Ancients

A sophisticated Greek astronomical computer raises a lot of interesting "what if" questions.

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

By Your Command

A new remotely controlled robotic telescope has been launched. What would you like to see?

Bob's World of Astronomy with Robert Naeye

Requiem for a Space Traveler

Mars Global Surveyor might be gone, but its incredible achievements guarantee it will never be forgotten.

Bob's World of Astronomy with Robert Naeye

The Universe Is What It Is

NASA's latest announcement supports the prevailing model that the universe's expansion is accelerating due to a mysterious dark energy.

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

As Seen on TV

The joy of seeing something familiar on television.

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

Transit Washout

Associate editor Stuart Goldman never saw Mercury on Wednesday — live or otherwise.

Bob's World of Astronomy with Robert Naeye

Good Times, Bad Times for Astronomy

To pay for next-generation telescopes, astronomy will have to make some painful but necessary choices.

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

Ready for Mercury's Shadow

The transit of Mercury is only days away. If you can't see it live, follow it online.

Bob's World of Astronomy with Robert Naeye

Saving Hubble: A No-Brainer

The decision to fly another servicing mission to the space telescope was the obvious thing to do.

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

On the Move

The offices of Sky & Telescope are moving this weekend. Boy, there's a lot of junk to sort through.

Bob's World of Astronomy with Robert Naeye

Technological Civilizations: Few and Very Far Between

The best evidence we have right now suggests that intelligent life is very rare in our galaxy.

ISS Lunar Transit

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

ISS in Silhouette

Here's how photographers knew when the space station would transit the Sun and Moon.

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

Planetary Issues

Food for thought about how to explain Pluto's place in the solar system.

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.

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

Root Beer?

Let's toss back a frosty mug to finally bury the Face on Mars.

Bob's World of Astronomy with Robert Naeye

Sticking Out My Neck

S&T's senior editor comes up with his own definition of "planet," which avoids some of the pitfalls plaguing the IAU's.

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

Sci-Fi Thoughts — Indeed

Astronomical threats and sci-fi villians come together to make fascinating stories.

Bob's World of Astronomy with Robert Naeye

Am I a Trekkie?

A lot of Star Trek episodes are really dumb, but I watch them anyway.

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

Floating Above Earth

A high schooler's software can enliven your Macintosh's desktop.

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