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Ten Great Astrophotos of 2008
There are plenty of "Best of 2008" lists out there, but ours exclusively features your work! It's easy to become jaded to the impact of all those "best photos of 2008" lists coming out. Sure, it's pretty cool to see the geysers on Enceladus, or landslides in progress on the…
Astro-gear Galore in Pasadena
The Pacific Astronomy and Telescope Show drew a large crowds last weekend in Pasadena, California.
Earth's sister planet has emerged from behind the Sun for a low evening apparition. See how early you can spot it in the twilight.
Jupiter's Third Red Spot May Have Survived
Jupiter's newest red spot was disrupted during its encounter with the Great Red Spot and Oval BA, but appears to be reforming.
Imaging Tools and Techniques at MWAIC
Attendees of the MidWest Astro-Imaging Conference were treated to the latest innovations in astrophotography techniques.
The Milky Way Remapped
Two new sky surveys shed light on the structure of our home galaxy.
Telescopes Galore at NEAF
Dozens of new products debut at the Northeast Astronomy Forum & Telescope Show.
Astro-imagers Share Keys to Success
The Northeast Astro-Imaging Conference (NEAIC) kicked off Thursday here in Suffern, NY., featuring talks by many of the biggest names in astrophotography.
NEAF is Back!
This weekend, make plans to attend the largest annual astronomy trade show in America: the Northeast Astronomy Forum & Telescope Show.
A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way by legendary astronomer Edward Emerson Barnard has been reprinted.
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Mercury, Messenger, and Observers
As the first images are released from Messenger's flyby of the innermost planet, previous ground-based observations are proving to be surprisingly accurate.
Martian Crater Named for “Chick” Capen
A crater on Mars has been officially named for the American scientist Charles F. Capen.
Catching the Messenger of the Gods
Mercury is a rewarding challenge for planetary astrophotographers, as this amazing image by Massachusetts amateur John Boudreau demonstrates.
A team of astronomers have found new features on the innermost planet using an approach familiar to many amateur astronomers.
Uranian Moons Transit Tonight
This evening, if you've got a good planetary imaging setup, see if you can rcord the shadows of Titania and Ariel as they drift across the cloud tops of Uranus.
Skylights into Martian Caves
NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter may have found deep black pits — possibly sinkholes — that act as skylights for extensive caves on the slopes of the volcano Arsia Mons.