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Here’s what you’ll find in the September/October 2015 issue of SkyNews.
Here’s our selection for our 13th annual photo contest — the best of the best from our readers who submitted images over the past year.
Cutting-edge astronomical research is performed through the imaginative use of an array of small telescopes.
September is peak time for Milky Way gazing and imaging.
On the evening of September 27, the last total eclipse of the Moon until January 2018 turns the full Moon a deep red for viewers across Canada.
Stare at a photo of the Great Andromeda Galaxy. What do you see? A picture on a page or a study in space-time?
Astronomers are still in the early stages of discovering the rich variety of planets orbiting other stars.
Take a long look at NGC7331. This moderately bright galaxy in Pegasus is a miniature version of the Great Galaxy in Andromeda.
One of the most eye-catching features on the lunar surface is also one of the most fascinating.
Jasper opens North America’s first full-time planetarium in a dark sky preserve.
What manner of beast is this? Half fish, half goat.