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Celestial Calendar
Asteroid 37 Fides, named for the Roman goddess of loyalty, will be plying the star-poor byways of eastern Cancer over the next couple of months. Fides is a large S-type, or stony, asteroid 108 kilometres across that spins once every 7.33 hours. Based
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Searching For The Kordylewski Clouds
The most challenging observing targets in the Solar System are located right in our cosmic backyard, yet they can’t be seen through a telescope. The path that led to their discovery six decades ago can be traced back almost two and a half centuries t
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New Product Showcase
Software Bisque announces TheSky Fusion (US$1,695), a compact, mountable control computer for your imaging system. TheSky Fusion simplifies setups by powering and controlling a broad range of astro-cameras, filter wheels, focusers and other devices u