Here’s what you can look forward to in the May/June 2019 issue of SkyNews.
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Flashes of Brilliance
A new Canadian radio telescope probes the mystery of fast radio bursts.
2019 Star Party Calendar
Escaping big-city light pollution and sharing quality time with fellow stargazing enthusiasts are among the attractions of star parties held across Canada each year.
Product Review: Astro Pixel Processor
The newest kid on the imaging block might offer all the stacking and processing capability you need.
Scoping the Sky: Vivid Venatici Venture
Try this short excursion from a nearby double star to a distant galaxy.
Capturing the Universe: H-alpha Imaging With a DSLR Camera
Adventures in narrowband urban astrophotography.
On the Moon: Peering Over the Edge
You can glimpse a portion of the Moon’s ‘unseen’ hemisphere if you play the libration game.
Exploring the Night Sky: Evening Cluster Encounters
Two solar system worlds have conjunctions with deep-sky objects, while Mercury and Mars get together.
The Binocular Sky: A Lonesome Globular Cluster
In the space between Boötes and Canes Venatici lies a binocular treasure.
Constellation Corner: Boötes
Not only is Boötes the victim of a frequently mispronounced name, he also carries a rather ambiguous mythology.
Plus: Sky News Briefs, Editor’s Report, Readers’ Gallery and much more!