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  • 6 Sep 2018
    Andromeda Galaxy M31 171017
    Michael A. Covington

    Amateur and professional astronomy are pulling back together

    This picture of the Andromeda Galaxy is not from a major observatory. It is not even an exceptional example of amateur work. It is a routine picture taken in my driveway in a medium-sized town with a telescope 6.5 cm (2.6 inches) in diameter. For a long time (about 1970-2000), amateur and professional astronomy were […]

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  • 30 Oct 2017
    GW170817 in the galaxy NGC 4993
    Jean-René Roy

    Unveiling Galaxies

    Jean-René Roy author of Unveiling Galaxies discusses the importance of images in astronomical discovery and understanding.

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  • 1 Apr 2015

    Discover the Deep

    To celebrate publication of Discovering the Deep, a sumptuously illustrated guide to the seafloor and ocean crust, we are inviting you to share your best photographs of marine geologic features, hot springs, and marine life for our Photography Competition.

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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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  • 9 Aug 2013

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

    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 Astronomy magazine and the author of November's COMETS!, knows a thing or two.

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  • 23 Apr 2013

    Photo Contest: Comet PANSTARRS

    Comet-watchers from around the world submitted their shots of PANSTARRS to our contest back in March. Take a look at their photos!

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