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Nebulae of Monoceros - March 2023

The March 2023 issue of Sky & Telescope ran an article by Richard P. Wilds on the nebulae of Monoceros. If you read it, you'll have seen that it featured labeled images that serve as finder charts. Here you'll find the table of data of the objects discussed in the…

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Find Your Way to Planetary Nebulae in Cassiopeia

If you found your way to this webpage, you've likely read the December 2022 issue of Sky & Telescope and enjoyed Scott Harrington's article on planetary nebulae in Cassiopeia. Well, you've come to the right place to access finder charts for the targets discussed in that article. For each of…

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Enjoy Cosmic Triplets

If you've just read Jerry Oltion's article "Seeing Triple" in the September 2022 issue of Sky & Telescope magazine and are wondering where to find a table of data and charts, you've come to the right place. Below are the accompanying finder charts that will give you an overview of…

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Sky & Telescope Errata 2022

Despite every effort to make every issue error free, mistakes occasionally make their way into print. Here's a list of known ones for 2022.

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Let's Get Together: Finder Charts

If you enjoyed Steve Gottlieb's article on merging galaxies in the June 2022 issue of Sky & Telescope, you might be in search of finder charts for the targets. Look no further: They're handily grouped here, starting with an overview of where the targets are located in the sky, followed…

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Observing Calendar 2022: Algol Minima (and errata)

Listed below are the updated minima for Algol. Only those dates and times tabulated in the 2022 Observing Calendar are noted — for other times, you can visit our Minima of Algol calculator, or see the Celestial Calendar and / or Sky at a Glance columns in the print issues.…

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Markarian's Marvelous Chain: Tables for the Eastern and Western Extensions

If you've read the April 2022 issue of Sky & Telescope and enjoyed Howard Banich's article on Markarian's Chain, you may be in search of tables of data for the Eastern and Western extensions of the Chain. You've come to the right place. You can also download the tables in…

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Sky & Telescope Errata 2021

Despite every effort to make every issue error free, mistakes occasionally make their way into print. Here's a list of known ones for 2021.

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Sky & Telescope Errata 2020

The editors of Sky & Telescope make every effort to provide accurate information, but errors do sometimes slip through. We correct all mistakes online as well as printing corrections in the magazine. So if you see something questionable in the magazine, check below to see if it's a known problem.…

Study in contrasts

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King Clusters: Table of Cluster Data

Here you'll find a table of cluster parameters to accompany Al Lamperti's and Frank Colosimo's article on observing the King Clusters that appeared on page 60 in the November 2019 issue.

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Nebulae in Perseus: Target Coordinates

If you're looking for the coordinates and other data on the targets covered in October's Bright & Dark Clouds in Perseus you've come to the right place.

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Billion-Light-Year Club: Further targets for Going Deep May 2019

Did you enjoy chasing down targets billions of light-years away after reading Going Deep in the May issue? Here are more targets for your enjoyment.

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Deep-Sky Wonders: The Jewels of Spring

The colors of stars are often compared to those of precious gemstones, with the coolest stars as our rubies and the hottest as sapphires. But how red or blue do they really look? In the May 2019 issue, Sky & Telescope Contributing Editor Sue French offers a look at some…

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Galactic Cirrus: Shimmering Clouds

Galactic cirrus (clouds of interstellar dust) is challenging to observe, but Mel Bartels shows us how in the April 2019 issue of the magazine.

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Sky & Telescope Errata 2019

The editors of Sky & Telescope make every effort to provide accurate information, but errors do sometimes slip through. We correct all mistakes online as well as printing corrections in the magazine. So if you see something questionable in the magazine, check below to see if it's a known problem.…

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Extragalactic Globular Clusters

Look here for all you need to know to go above and beyond (our galaxy) to find some extraordinary extragalactic globular clusters! Off to hunt extragalactic globular clusters? Below you'll find an abundance of resources compiled by Contributing Editor Steve Gottlieb to help you plan and execute your observing sessions.…

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Celestron at NEAF 2018

Renowned astronomer and Sky & Telescope contributor Dennis di Cicco visited with Celestron at NEAF 2018.

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Finger Lakes Instrumentation at NEAF 2018

Renowned astronomer and Sky & Telescope contributor Dennis di Cicco visited with Finger Lakes Instrumentation at NEAF 2018

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Sky-Watcher USA at NEAF 2018

Renowned astronomer and Sky & Telescope contributor Dennis di Cicco visited with Sky-Watcher USA at NEAF 2018.

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From CHASING NEW HORIZONS: Out of Lock

Enjoy this excerpt from CHASING NEW HORIZONS: Inside the Epic First Mission to Pluto, by Alan Stern and David Grinspoon. Stay tuned for a full review in our December 2018 issue.

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