November/December 2022

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How the James Webb Space Telescope is cutting through visible light with a Canadian edge. | SkyNews
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Gateway to the Universe

How the James Webb Space Telescope is cutting through visible light with a Canadian edge.

December 2022 marked 50 years since the final mission in NASA’s first human spaceflight program. | SkyNews
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Apollo 17: The end of the beginning

December 2022 marks 50 years since the final mission in NASA’s first human spaceflight program.

The SkyNews team presents a range of celestial gifts for the space aficionado in your life. | SkyNews
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Holiday gift guide

The SkyNews team presents a range of celestial gifts for the space aficionado in your life.

SkyNews writer Chris Vaughan reviews the newest addition to Celestron’s arsenal: the StarSense Explorer 10-inch Dobsonian telescope. | SkyNews
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Scanning the skies with a Dobsonian

SkyNews writer Chris Vaughan reviews the newest addition to Celestron’s arsenal: the StarSense Explorer 10-inch Dobsonian telescope.

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Autumn binocular tour

Alan Dyer's pick of top 10 targets along — and around — the autumn Milky Way.

As we roll up to the 100th anniversary of the installation of the world’s first Zeiss planetarium, we look at the dawn of the device. | SkyNews
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Wither the wonder of Jena

As we roll up to the 100th anniversary of the installation of the world’s first Zeiss planetarium, we look at the dawn of the device.

The Red Planet at its biggest and brightest during this period. | SkyNews
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Mars at opposition

The Red Planet at its biggest and brightest during this period.

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