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Tag Archives: Summer Stargazing

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  • 19
    Aug

    2014

    The Late Summer Sky

    If you've been enjoying this amazing month in astronomy—from the Super Moon to the Perseid Meteor Shower—Ian Morison has some more tips for you. The author of

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  • 9
    Oct

    2013

    Summer Stargazing Photo Contest

    The votes are in—see winning photos from our summer contest! All of the submissions were phenomenal, so be sure to check out the slideshow below to see the gallery of photos....

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  • 30
    Aug

    2013

    The Stars This Summer

    With Summer Stargazing at its end, take a look at some of the latest entries in our astrophotography contest. There's still time to send in your photos before September 15!...

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  • 23
    Aug

    2013

    A Stargazer’s Bookshelf

    Summer Stargazing is almost over, but your career as an amateur astronomer is just beginning! Here at Cambridge, we have a dedicated team of editors and marketers working on our amateur astronomy titl...

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  • 16
    Aug

    2013

    So You Want to Get a Telescope…

    The authors of our bestselling telescope guide Turn Left at Orion offer their expert perspectives on where to get ...

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  • 9
    Aug

    2013

    Photograph the Sky: A Q&A with David J....

    It's what it sounds like—taking pictures of space. And it's not just for the Hubble Telescope, you can do it, too. David J. Eicher, the editor-in-chief of

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  • 2
    Aug

    2013

    How to Read a Star Chart: A Q&A with...

    Not sure how to read a star chart? Help is here! Ian Ridpath is a seasoned astronomer who will answer our questions about how to find what you're looking for in the night sky. We're consulting the Aug...

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  • 26
    Jul

    2013

    A Q&A with Paul Kinzer, Part 2

    Paul Kinzer is back! In this installment of our Summer Stargazing Q&As, he answers our questions about the planets we might see tonight and cool deep space phenomena in the sky this summer....

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