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People, Places, and Events

Light Pollution = Not Funny

A widely read columnist thinks that a reader's question about all the lost stars is "too funny." Tell us your thoughts.

Cosmology

Big Checks for Astronomers

Two teams of astronomers have won $500,000 for revealing that the universe is growing bigger at an ever increasing rate.

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

Web Winners

The Astronomical League has announced its webmaster of the year.

People, Places, and Events

Diving into the Blogosphere

Starting today we're going to be doing things a little differently here at SkyandTelescope.com. Check out the changes!

People, Places, and Events

Beautiful Universe 2007 Photo Contest Winners

Out of the hundreds of entries sent to Sky & Telescope, the following represent the best of the best. Click through to see the first-, second-, and third-place winners in each of our nine categories — as well as each of the Readers' Choice Award winners. And a special congratulations…

Astronomy Online with Stuart Goldman

It's About Time

A visit to the US Naval Observatory.

People, Places, and Events

2004 Comet Award Winners

Veteran comet hunter William A. Bradfield with one of his comet seekers: a homemade 150-millimeter (6-inch) f/5.5 rich-field refractor on an altazimuth mount. To date, Bradfield has discovered 18 comets.Courtesy Kym Thalassoudis Two Australians will share the sixth annual Edgar Wilson Award for amateur comet discovery. According to IAU Circular…

People, Places, and Events

Comet Award Winners for 2002

Seven observers have won the 2002 Edgar Wilson Award for comet discoveries by amateur astronomers.

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