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A Light Named Steve
Professional and citizen scientists in Alberta join forces to make a surprising discovery. Ivan Semeniuk
Product Review: A Trio of 4-Inch Refractors
Searching for the perfect beginner’s telescope? Perhaps one of these will suit your needs. Gary Seronik
Portfolio: Chasing the Lights
Alan Dyer presents some of his favourite aurora images shot over the past two years.
Capturing the Universe: Photographing the Northern Lights
An airline ticket and the right gear are the key to epic aurora photos. Tony Puerzer
The Binocular Sky: A Swarm of Stars in Cancer
The celestial crab guards one of the sky’s best bino treasures. Gary Seronik
Cosmic Musings: Clear Skies for Everyone!
In addition to cloud cover and atmospheric turbulence, stargazers now have to contend with smoke from wildfires. Terence Dickinson
Scoping the Sky: Gemini’s Little Jewel
A small but attractive star cluster awaits your scrutiny near Epsilon Geminorum. Ken Hewitt-White
Exploring the Night Sky: Close Encounters of Many Kinds
Mercury meets Venus, Mars meets Saturn, and the Moon meets Aldebaran in a season of close conjunctions. Alan Dyer
On the Moon: Exploring the 12-Day-Old Moon
The waxing gibbous phase offers an impressive number of lunar delights. Gary Seronik
Gallery: Ode To Orion
The magnificent winter constellation is slipping into the west as spring begins, leaving in its wake a rich harvest of reader photos.
Constellation Corner: Cancer
It’s utterly lacking in bright stars and displays no recognizable pattern, yet Cancer boasts one clear prize.
Plus: Sky News Briefs, Editor’s Report and much more!