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OSIRIS-REx images show asteroid Bennu’s rubble pile appearance: https://astronomynow.com/2019/05/13/osiris-rex-images-show-asteroid-bennus-rubble-pile-appearance/

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Our June issue has arrived at AN HQ. Subscribers will get their copies in the next few days and it will be in the shops later this week. You can also order a copy from our online shop: https://shop.astronomynow.com/product/an-june-2019/

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2019-05-13 22:03

Constellation Boötes perhaps lacks the glamour of some of its neighbours, but, led by brilliant Arcturus, there’s much to go hunting for on late-spring evenings. We have a deep sky guide in our May issue. Get your copy in the shops or order online: https://shop.astronomynow.com/product/an-may-2019/

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2019-05-13 21:46

Astronomers eager to study asteroid during 2029 close flyby of Earth: https://astronomynow.com/2019/05/06/astronomers-eager-to-study-asteroid-during-2029-close-flyby-of-earth/

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2019-05-12 21:09

Is the smallest telescope in Vixen’s modified Cassegrain range a viable grab-and-go alternative to conventional catadioptric instruments of similar aperture? Read the review in our May issue. Get your copy in the shops or order online: https://shop.astronomynow.com/product/an-may-2019/

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SOFIA captures magnetic tapestry at the core of M82, the Cigar Galaxy: https://astronomynow.com/2019/04/23/sofia-captures-magnetic-tapestry-at-the-core-of-m82/

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2019-05-10 12:20

Getting your bearings in the sky while using binoculars or a telescope can initially be confusing, but by following a few simple guidelines you’ll master navigating through the heavens in no time. We have a beginners guide in our May issue. Get your copy in the shops or order online: https:/...

Astronomy Now Magazine Photo 2019-05-08 17:39

Five long-period exoplanets found after 20 years of observation: https://astronomynow.com/2019/04/23/five-long-period-exoplanets-found-after-20-years-of-observation/
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