Here’s what you’ll find in the November/December 2018 issue of SkyNews.
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Apollo 8: The Greatest Voyage
Fifty years ago, humans reached another world for the very first time.
Visitors From Beyond
Interstellar travel may be generations away, but the ability to access other solar systems is already within reach.
Book Reviews: Two for the Show
A pair of exquisite picture books with holiday gift possibilities.
Guest Editorial: Me and the RASC
Half a century ago, my mind was light-years from school. The RASC rescued me.
Exploring the Night Sky: The Year’s Best Meteor Shower and a Binocular Comet
In mid-December, skywatchers are treated to an icy visitor with naked-eye potential and a fine Geminid display.
The Binocular Sky: Andromeda’s Crown Jewel
The finest binocular galaxy awaits on late-autumn evenings.
Scoping the Sky: A Tiny Dragon in Eastern Perseus
The star cluster NGC1582 shows well in almost any backyard telescope.
Capturing the Universe: Get Close With a Long Lens
Recording detailed deep-sky astrophotos requires a boost in focal length.
On the Moon: How Old Is That Crater?
As familiar as the Moon may seem, astronomers still struggle with the basics.
Constellation Corner: Triangulum
Although small and dim, Triangulum shone brightly in the star lore of several ancient civilizations.
Plus: Sky News Briefs, Editor’s Report, Parting Shot and much more!