Here’s what you can look forward to in the July/August 2018 issue of SkyNews.
A Red, White and Cold World
Ten years after the first polar landing on Mars, scientists are gaining a new appreciation for the planet’s icy personality.
Mars Watch 2018
Take advantage of this summer’s unusually close encounter and get to know the famous red planet.
Murray D. Paulson
Product Review: Stargazing Binoculars for a Range of Budgets
One of these moderately priced binoculars might be right for you.
Gary Seronik and Ken Hewitt-White
Capturing the Universe: Image-Stacking Basics
Combining multiple frames into a single photo is the secret to noise-free astro-images.
The Binocular Sky: A Gem in Hercules
One of the brightest globular cluster in the northern sky is well positioned for early-evening viewing.
Scoping the Sky: Around the Ring
Summer is the time to visit the Ring Nebula, Lyra’s glamour resident.
On the Moon: Appreciating Crater Peaks
Powerful impacts created the most impressive mountains on the Moon.
Exploring the Night Sky: Mars and Meteors at Their Best
The red planet gleams, while Perseid meteors streak through a moonless sky.
Constellation Corner: Scorpius
The scorpion crawls at the base of the sky each summer’s night until, tail raised high, it darts below the horizon.
Plus: Sky News Briefs, Editor’s Report, Readers’ Gallery and much more!