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Tracking McNaught

See a comet when it gets (too) close to the Sun.

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Comet McDreamy McNaught

A fine view of my _?_th comet.

X-ray Sun

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A Year That Will Shine

The new year launches 12 months of solar study.

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Sites for Exploration

Go ahead, spend your whole long weekend trying out these sites.

Astronomy & Observing News

The Year in Astronomy 2006

Remember when the solar system had nine planets? When the Hubble Space Telescope was doomed? And when Jupiter only had one red spot?

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Three New Years Away

The International Year of Astronomy 2009 is getting off the ground.

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Getting Fed

What's new on SkyandTelescope.com? We'll let you know automatically.

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Fresh Craters

Yeah, yeah, water on Mars. But check out the new craters!

Indexing is Fun

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The Chore of Indexing

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

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By Your Command

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

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As Seen on TV

The joy of seeing something familiar on television.

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Transit Washout

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

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Ready for Mercury's Shadow

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

Astronomy & Observing News

A Thousand Martian Sunsets

Surviving long past its expected life span, NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit marks its 1,000th day on the Red Planet.

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On the Move

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

ISS Lunar Transit

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ISS in Silhouette

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

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Planetary Issues

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

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Root Beer?

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

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Sci-Fi Thoughts — Indeed

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

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Floating Above Earth

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

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