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Night Sky Magazine Is a Rising Star on Newsstands

Appearing on newsstands and specialty retail shelves nationwide today, Night Sky magazine is already striking a chord with novice stargazers, judging from early reactions from subscribers.

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Five Planets Put On a Twilight Sky Show

For the next couple weeks, the Moon and all five naked-eye planets shine at once during dusk, forming striking combinations in the early-evening sky.

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Sky & Telescope Magazine Unveils New Design and Enhanced Editorial Content

March 15, 2004 Contact: Kerri Williams 855-638-5388 x127 media@SkyandTelescope.com   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by a publication-quality graphic; see details below. Many products that proclaim themselves "new and improved!" are really just the same old thing in a fancier package. That's not the case with the May…

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Venus and the Crescent Moon Rendezvous

February 17, 2004 Contacts: Alan M. MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, amacrobert@SkyandTelescope.com Roger W. Sinnott, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x146, rsinnott@SkyandTelescope.com   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by three publication-quality graphics; see details below. Treat yourself to an eye-catching celestial treat on Monday evening, February 23, 2004. At dusk,…

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Night Sky Magazine to Be Launched Next Spring

November 7, 2003 Contact: Kerri Williams 855-638-5388 x127 kwilliams@SkyandTelescope.com Sky Publishing, known worldwide for its award-winning monthly, Sky & Telescope, proudly announces the launch of a new magazine, Night Sky. To be sold on newsstands ($3.99) and by subscription ($17.99), the new bimonthly offering will debut next April 13th with…

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First Lights: Saturn & Other Sky Sights for the New Year

December 29, 2003 Contact: Richard Tresch Fienberg, Editor in Chief 855-638-5388 x144, rfienberg@SkyandTelescope.com   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by high-quality photographs and illustrations and an animation. Every holiday season, hundreds of thousands of shiny new telescopes are given to good girls and boys (and moms and dads)…

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A New Season and a Special Astronomical Treat

December 16, 2003 Contact: Alan MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, macrobert@SkyandTelescope.com   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by a high-quality animation and two illustrations; see below. On Monday morning, December 22nd, at 2:04 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, the Sun will reach its southernmost point in the sky for…

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Astronomical Sleuths Link Krakatoa to Edvard Munch's Painting The Scream

A new analysis of Edvard Munch's famous painting The Scream provides the precise location where Munch and his friends were walking when he saw the blood-red sky, as well as an explanation of why the sky appeared to be on fire.

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Eclipse Flight over Antarctica

November 20, 2003 (updated Nov. 24th) Contact: Rick Fienberg, Editor in Chief 855-638-5388 x144, rfienberg@SkyandTelescope.com Marcy L. Dill, VP, Marketing & Business Development 855-638-5388 x143, mdill@SkyandTelescope.com   Note to Editors/Producers: Success! See page 2 of this press release for images from our flight to see the total solar eclipse of…

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Sky & Telescope's Beautiful Universe

The cosmos is captured and displayed in all its glory in our special pictorial issue, which goes on sale at newsstands on November 18th.

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The November 8th Total Eclipse of the Moon

October 24, 2003 Contacts: Alan MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, macrobert@SkyandTelescope.com Marcy L. Dill, Marketing Director 855-638-5388 x143, mdill@SkyandTelescope.com   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by high-quality graphics and an animation; see details on page 2. Also, see below for information about this year's Leonid meteor shower on…

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Earth Passes Milestone as Fall Begins September 23rd

September 16, 2003 Contacts: Alan M. MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, amacrobert@SkyandTelescope.com Marcy L. Dill, Marketing Director 855-638-5388 x143, mdill@SkyandTelescope.com   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by publication-quality illustrations and a broadcast-quality animation; see details below. The leaves on the trees won't notice it, and the clouds in…

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Fall Begins September 22nd...or Is It the 23rd?

The beginning of fall this year will pose a bit of a quandary for weather announcers and others in the news media. Autumn starts on September 22nd or 23rd, depending on what time zone you’re in.

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Celestial Sleuths Reveal Exact Date van Gogh Painted Moonrise

On July 13, 2003, a nearly full Moon will appear over the French landscape, identical to one that Vincent van Gogh captured on canvas 114 years ago.

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Red Moon Rising: May 15th's Total Lunar Eclipse

For the first time in three years, North Americans will be able to watch the Moon's dramatic disappearing act.

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May Brings an Astronomical Bonanza

April 29, 2003 Contacts: Alan MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, macrobert@SkyandTelescope.com Roger W. Sinnott, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x146, rsinnott@SkyandTelescope.com   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by high-quality animations and illustrations; see details below. Keep your eyes on the heavens throughout this coming month. Astronomically speaking, May is bustin'…

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Spring Begins on March 20th...But Why?

March 12, 2003 Contact: Alan MacRobert, Senior Editor 855-638-5388 x151, amacrobert@SkyandTelescope.com   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by a high-quality animation and illustration; see details below. The long, cold, snow-laden winter of 2002-03 officially comes to its much-deserved end at exactly 8:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Thursday,…

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First Lights: What to See with Your New Telescope

December 26, 2002 Contact: Richard Tresch Fienberg, Editor in Chief 855-638-5388 x144, rfienberg@SkyandTelescope.com   Note to Editors/Producers: This release is accompanied by high-quality photographs and illustrations and an animation; see details below. Every holiday season, hundreds of thousands of shiny new telescopes are given to good girls and boys (and…

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Geminid Meteors Sweeping Toward Earth

The annual Geminid meteor shower peaks on the morning of December 14th, with about a meteor a minute streaking across the sky.

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December Solstice Signals the Start of a New Season

On December 21st, at 8:14 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, the Sun will reach its southernmost point in the sky for the year. This moment marks the December solstice, the official beginning of winter in the Northern Hemisphere.

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