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Inside the July 2017 issue – on sale June 1st:
Radio revolution — The world’s biggest telescope takes shape on two continents.
Comet clues — What have we learned from the Rosetta mission?
Alien skies — Are any of Trappist-1’s earth-sized stars habitable?
Buyer's guide — These star-trackers make panoramic sky shots a snap.
Lunar tour — Our easy guide to the Moon’s main features.
OBSERVING & EXPLORING:
Binocular highlight — Spotting stars in the ‘serpent's fang’.
Under the stars — Be like Frodo, and view through the sky’s ‘high window’.
Planets — Spot these beacons of the evening and morning.
Meteors — These showers are the ‘three amigos’ of meteors.
Double star notes — Visiting the stars of Scorpius.
Variable stars — An intriguing star with a 150-year observing legacy.
Comets — A Kiwi comet makes a return to our skies.
Deep sky — Enter the den of dark nebulae in the constellation Lupus..
Test report — Celestron's NexStar Evolution 9.25
Astronomer’s workbench — An amazing telescope made from wood!
...and much more.
Australian Sky & Telescope is the Australian astronomy magazine that brings you throughout the year:
- Observing guides for the night sky
- Renowned test reviews on astronomy equipment
- Reports on what amateurs around the country are doing
- The finest astronomy features and news coverage
- Inspiring astrophotos from our readers
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