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Venus, Jupiter, and a crescent Moon

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Dazzling Planet Duo Beckons in Evening Twilight

As November ends, Jupiter and Venus perform a dazzling dance in the evening twilight — and they're joined by a slender crescent Moon on December 1st.

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Astronomers Re-Date Caesar's Invasion of Britain

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Donald W. Olson, Department of Physics, Texas State University 512-245-2131, [email protected] Roger W. Sinnott, Senior Editor, Sky & Telescope 855-638-5388 x2146, [email protected] Cambridge, MA, June 30, 2008 — Researchers from Texas State University have revised the date when Julius Caesar invaded Britain in 55 BC, a…

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Sky & Telescope Appoints Robert P. Naeye Editor-in-Chief

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Joel Toner VP & Publishing Director, New Track Media 855-638-5388 x2124, [email protected] Cambridge, MA, April 29, 2008 — Sky & Telescope magazine, the iconic publisher of astronomy periodicals and books, announced today that it has appointed Robert P. Naeye to the position of Editor-in-Chief, succeeding Richard…

February 20th's lunar eclipse

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A "Prime-Time" Lunar Eclipse

The entire Moon will dive through Earth's shadow on the night of February 20th, for the last time until December 2010.

2004 lunar eclipse

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Tuesday's Total Lunar Eclipse Favors Far West

Night owls and early risers have a chance to see the full Moon go dark before dawn on August 28th.

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Perseid Meteors to Peak This Weekend

August 8, 2007 Contact: Alan MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, [email protected] J. Kelly Beatty, Executive Editor 855-638-5388 x148, [email protected] Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by publication-quality illustrations and broadcast-quality animations; see details below. More information for the general public is available at SkyandTelescope.com/Perseids. The Perseid meteor shower, an…

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"Blue Moon" to Rise on May 31st

On Thursday, May 31st, a full Moon will rise for the second time this month (the first time was on May 2nd). Many people call the second full Moon in a calendar month a "blue Moon." Yet the definition is wrong!

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Northern Spring Arrives on March 20th

Contacts: Alan M. MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, [email protected] J. Kelly Beatty, Executive Editor 855-638-5388 x148, [email protected]   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by publication-quality illustrations and broadcast-quality animations; see details below. The long, cold, snowy winter of 2006-07 officially comes to its much-anticipated end at 8:07 p.m.…

March 3rd eclipse map

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March 3rd's Lunar Eclipse Favors East Coast, Europe

Contacts: J. Kelly Beatty, Executive Editor 855-638-5388 x148, [email protected] Alan MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, [email protected]   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by high-quality graphics and an animation; see end of release. For more information, including tips on how to photograph the eclipse, please direct your readers/viewers to…

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The Winter Solstice: A Time for the Sun's Rebirth

On Tuesday evening, December 21st, the Sun reaches its southernmost point in the sky for 2006, marking the beginning of winter in the Northern Hemisphere.

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Leonid Meteor Outburst in the Offing?

Late Saturday night, November 18, 2006, the Leonid meteor shower could produce a spectacular sky show over New York, New England, and eastern Canada.

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A Rare Transit of Mercury Occurs on Nov. 8, 2006

Usually you expect to see planets at night. But in broad daylight on Wednesday, November 8th, the planet Mercury will cross the face of the Sun.

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A gateway to past press releases still available on Sky & Telescope's Web site.

Orionid Radiants

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Orionid Meteor Shower to Peak Oct. 20-24, 2006

The Orionid meteor shower isn't one of the year's richest, but it's pretty, producing up to 20 "shooting stars" per hour.

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Sky Publishing Launches New Web Site

The publisher of Sky & Telescope and Night Sky magazines unveils a destination Web site for stargazing enthusiasts of all levels.

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Press Center

Sky & Telescope is known worldwide as "The Essential Magazine of Astronomy." For more than 60 years we've helped people of all ages and interest levels to appreciate the night sky by providing accurate, timely skywatching information. Our editors collectively have more than 160 years of experience at the magazine…

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Planets Parade at Dusk

June 22, 2006 Contact: Alan MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, [email protected] Marcy McCreary, VP Mktg. & Business Dev. 855-638-5388 x143, [email protected] Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by publication-quality graphics and a broadcast-quality animation; see details below. As if to celebrate the change of the seasons, four of our…

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Comet Schwassmann- Wachmann 3 at Its Best

This periodic comet, due to fly close by Earth in May, is breaking into even more pieces. The brightest one may reach 4th magnitude.

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Sky Publishing Completes Sale to New Track Media LLC

Sky Publishing Corporation, the privately held publisher of astronomy periodicals and books, announced today that it has completed the sale of its business to New Track Media LLC, an entity formed in the fall of 2005 by Stephen J. Kent and Boston Ventures.

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Big, Bright, Two-Spotted Jupiter Dominates the Evening Sky

May 1, 2006 Contacts: Alan M. MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, [email protected] Marcy L. McCreary, VP Marketing & Business Dev. 855-638-5388 x143, [email protected]   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by publication-quality graphics; see details below. Look southeast after dark this month, and you'll see a bright white "star"…

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