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After a spectacular debut, the world’s first gravitational-wave detector is ready to become part of astronomy’s basic tool kit. Ivan Semeniuk
Product Review: A Mini Dob From Meade
We test a couple of tabletop telescopes in the LightBridge Series. Ken Hewitt-White
10 Tips For Choosing Your First Telescope
Expert advice to help you focus on what’s really important. Gary Seronik
Eta Carinae From Canada
Thanks to the Internet, you can use a dream telescope at a dream location without leaving home. Shawn Nielsen
Exploring the Night Sky: Evening Stars and a Supermoon
Venus shines brightly during dusk, while Jupiter reappears at dawn. Alan Dyer
Editor’s Report: My Friend Luna
A telescope can be so much more than just a piece of gear. Gary Seronik
Capturing the Universe: Stop the World . . . I Want To Take a Photo!
A lightweight tracking mount counteracts the Earth’s rotation and opens up a universe of photographic possibilities. Tony Puerzer
Scoping The Sky: East of Mirfak
Try veering off the beaten track in Perseus. Ken Hewitt-White
On the Moon: Essential (Or At Least Useful) Moon Gear
A few accessories can help your telescope deliver its best lunar views. Gary Seronik
Cosmic Musings: What is a Habitable Planet?
The Earth’s ‘sister’ world could have supported life in its distant past. Terence Dickinson
Constellation Corner: Aries
The zodiac’s second smallest constellation was the central character in a story that created the Golden Fleece. Ken Hewitt-White
And much more!