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January/February 2018

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How to Choose Binoculars for Stargazing

With so many makes and models to consider, how do you pick the right one?
Gary Seronik

Top 10 Sky Sights for 2018

A total lunar eclipse and a close Mars opposition make this an exciting year for backyard stargazers.
Alan Dyer

Star Attractions

A Canadian experiment is poised to open a new window on the densest objects in the universe.
Ivan Semeniuk

Product Review: Four Astro-Binos

Binoculars can be an ideal first instrument or a tremendously useful telescope accessory. We evaluate four models, each one offering a range of options and capabilities.
Gary Seronik

Capturing the Universe: Image-Processing Basics

Transform your astro-images from bland to bold.
Tony Puerzer

The Binocular Sky: Orion’s Dazzling Sword

The mighty celestial hunter offers a binocular treasure trove.
Ken Hewitt-White

On the Moon: Five Fine Lunar Sights For Binoculars

The Moon is rich is fascinating details visible with modest gear.
Gary Seronik

Cosmic Musings: Look to the Sky . . . With Binoculars

The celestial show presents observers with sights both expected and unexpected.
Terence Dickinson

Scoping the Sky: Getting Inside Orion’s Head

The top of the celestial hunter is often overlooked, yet there’s stuff to see here.
Ken Hewitt-White

Exploring the Night Sky: A Red-Faced Blue Moon

The first total eclipse of the Moon since 2015 and a ‘supermoon’ highlight the winter sky.
Alan Dyer

Gallery: Eclipse Photos Galore

The August 21 total solar eclipse yielded a bumper crop of fantastic images.

Constellation Corner: Canis Minor

A figure featuring just two bright stars, the little dog isn’t much to bark about, but Procyon alone has inspired plenty of sky lore.
Ken Hewitt-White

Plus much, much more!

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