See what’s in the November/December 2019 issue of SkyNews.
Mercury Transits the Sun
On the morning of November 11, the innermost planet crosses the face of the Sun for the final time until 2032.
New Worlds on the Doorstep
A new NASA mission called TESS scans nearby stars for transiting Earth-sized worlds.
Our Holiday Wish List
We’re dreaming big (and small) of must-have gifts for astronomers.
SkyNews Editors and Columnists
Scoping the Sky: A Deep-Sky Double Take
The “Double-Cluster” in Perseus looks great in any backyard telescope.
On the Moon: Apollo’s Forgotten Landing Site
Fifty years ago, a second pair of astronauts touched down on the Moon
The Binocular Sky: Double Cluster, Triple Fun
The zone between Perseus and Cassiopeia is home to several splendid binocular-friendly deep-sky delights.
Capturing the Universe: Auto-Guiding for Dummies
A little effort (and some extra gear) helps yield sharp astrophotos.
Constellation Corner: Cepheus
Cepheus resembles a child’s drawing of a house—but to certain ancient cultures, it was a house of royalty.
Plus: Sky News Briefs, Editor’s Report, Parting Shot and much more!