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The October issue has landed at AN HQ and includes a free poster featuring a spectacular image of the Carina Nebula. Get your copy in the shops later this week or order online: https://shop.astronomynow.com/product/an-october-2018/

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2018-09-17 10:04

Has technology reached the stage where CCD sensors can allow small refractors to match the performance of larger reflectors? Olly Penrice's experiment, detailed in our September issue, provides some surprising answers. Get your copy in the shops or order online: https://shop.astronom...

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Two galaxies collide leaving luminous ring of collapsed stars: https://astronomynow.com/2018/09/07/two-galaxies-collide-leaving-luminous-ring-of-collapsed-stars/

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2018-09-13 13:04

During a trip to Tenerife, Mark Radice set himself the task of observing all of the planets in one night. Find out how he got on in our September issue. Get your copy in the shops or order online: https://shop.astronomynow.com/product/an-september-2018/

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Dawn probe nears end of successful mission to Vesta, Ceres: https://astronomynow.com/2018/09/08/nasas-dawn-probe-nears-end-of-successful-mission-to-vesta-ceres/

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2018-09-11 13:27

As summer starts to fade away, the early-autumn sky is replete with a host of interesting planetary nebulae. Our September issue contains a complete observing guide. Get your copy in the shops or order online: https://shop.astronomynow.com/product/an-september-2018/

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Fierce molecular winds slow runaway starbirth in early galaxy: https://astronomynow.com/2018/09/06/fierce-molecular-winds-slow-runaway-starbirth-in-early-galaxy/

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2018-09-07 13:04

The Atacama Large Millimetre/submillimetre Array, known as ALMA for short, reveals dusty anatomy of an ancient starburst galaxy: https://astronomynow.com/2018/09/03/alma-reveals-dusty-anatomy-of-an-ancient-starburst-galaxy/

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2018-09-06 12:03

New database helps identify potentially ‘life friendly’ stars: https://astronomynow.com/2018/09/04/new-database-helps-identify-potentially-life-friendly-stars/

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2018-09-06 10:08

The launch of NASA’s greatest observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope, has been delayed once more. In our September issue we look at the reasons behind the JWST’s development hell. Get your copy in the shops or order online: https://shop.astronomynow.com/product/an-september-2018/
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