Here’s what you’ll find in the July/August 2019 issue of SkyNews.
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The Canadians Behind Apollo’s Triumph
When Apollo 11 landed on the Moon 50 years ago, Canadian expertise helped make it happen.
My Great Apollo 11 Adventure
When Apollo 11 lifted off, a Canadian kid had a front-row seat to history.
Product Review: App-Assisted Astronomy
Enhance your summer stargazing with these software picks for phones and tablets.
Scoping the Sky: Lyra’s Other ‘M’ Object
Globular cluster M56 is worth scrutinizing in suburban scopes.
On the Moon: Searching For Tranquility Base
Finding the Apollo 11 landing site takes patience and a careful approach.
Capturing the Universe: Photographing the Summer Milky Way
A dark sky is the key to creating dramatic photos of our galactic home.
The Binocular Sky: Lyra’s Lucky 7
Have a look at this collection of attractive double stars near Vega.
Exploring the Night Sky: More Cluster Close Encounters
The Moon passes by two of the sky’s finest star clusters at dawn.
Constellation Corner: Sagitta and Vulpecula
Classical mythology has propelled Sagitta the arrow all over the summer sky, leaving Vulpecula the fox a little bit wary.
Gallery: One Giant Leap
Humankind’s first steps on another world were recorded on film for posterity.
Plus: Sky News Briefs, Editor’s Report, Parting Shot and much more!