Here’s what’s inside the September/October 2016 issue of SkyNews.
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14th Annual Photo of the Week Contest Winners
Enjoy our selection of the very best images submitted by our readers over the past year.
Spotlight on Ceres
A giant among asteroids and a dwarf among planets, Ceres has always defied easy classification.
Product Review: A New Travel Mount For Astrophotography
We put the LighTrack II from Fornax Mounts through its paces.
Exploring the Night Sky: Dusk to Dawn Planet Show
All five naked-eye planets put in an appearance, while Uranus, Neptune and dwarf planet Ceres are at their best.
Editor’s Report: Catching the Light
Now is the perfect time to try your hand at night-sky photography.
Capturing the Universe: Getting Started in Astrophotography
Beginning with the basics helps build a strong foundation for your imaging endeavours.
Scoping The Sky: Night of the Iguana
Don’t like lizards? Fear not! Starry Lacerta is small, harmless and surprisingly interesting.
On the Moon: Why Are Craters Round?
A deceptively simple question lies at the heart of one of lunar science’s most hotly contested debates.
Cosmic Musings: Eight Decades Of Light Pollution
The scourge of light pollution has removed the inspiration of a starry night from common experience.
Constellation Corner: Aquarius
With his inexhaustible supply of water, Aquarius has not always been appreciated as the heavenly Provider of Potables.
And much more!