Sky & Telescope Errata 2023
Despite every effort to make every issue error free, mistakes occasionally make their way into print. Here's a list of known ones for 2023.
Inside the May 2023 Issue
The May 2023 issue of Sky & Telescope is all about the specialized observatories hunting neutrinos and exoplanets.
Inside the April 2023 Issue
In Sky & Telescope's April 2023 issue, we’re getting ready for 2024’s total solar eclipse and saying goodbye to NASA's SOFIA observatory.
Inside the March 2023 Issue
The March 2023 issue of Sky & Telescope is on the hunt for the source of Earth's water and spiral galaxies.
Inside the February 2023 Issue
The February 2023 issue of Sky & Telescope covers the history of constellations and captures the Milky Way in stunning panoramas.
Nebulae of Monoceros - March 2023
The March 2023 issue of Sky & Telescope ran an article by Richard P. Wilds on the nebulae of southern 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…
Inside the January 2023 Issue
The January 2023 issue of Sky & Telescope looks at how stars age and how to choose the best planetary telescope for you.
Inside the December 2022 Issue
The December 2022 Issue unmasks the Milky Way's central black hole and reveals the history of white dwarf stars.
Inside the November 2022 Issue
The November issue shows off the images from the James Webb Space Telescope's big debut and the edge-on galaxy NGC 891.
Inside the October 2022 Issue
The October issue of Sky & Telescope looks into three planetary mysteries and climbs the cosmic distance ladder.
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…
Inside the September 2022 Issue
The September 2022 issue of Sky & Telescope is seeing triple getting ready to watch the DART mission collide with Dimorphos.
Inside the August 2022 Issue
The August issue of Sky & Telescope joins the Ingenuity helicopter for a flight on Mars and looks at what's next in astrophotography.
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…
Inside the July 2022 Issue
In the July 2022 issue of Sky & Telescope, we're enjoying sparkling globular clusters and discussing the search for Planet X.
Inside the June 2022 Issue
In this issue of Sky & Telescope, we're sketching deep-sky objects and observing fantastic merging galaxies.
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.
Inside the May 2022 Issue
The May 2022 issue of Sky & Telescope displays some incredible images of Comet Leonard sent to us by our readers and discusses a possible new meteor shower.
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…
Inside the April 2022 Issue
The April 2022 issue of Sky & Telescope takes a deep dive into subsurface oceans and dances up and down Markarian's Chain of galaxies.