October 2016 issue – out now!
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Inside the October 2016 issue – on sale now:
Seeing the invisible universe
Astronomers are mapping tiny distortions in the images of distant galaxies to study the invisible — dark matter and dark energy.
Making a million stars
Crashing code, random black holes and months of work lost to mistakes as astrophysicists battle to create star clusters in a computer.
Astronomy & big, big data
How will astronomers cope with the tsunamis of raw data soon to pour in from wide-field surveys?
Meet the Minkowskis
The Minkowski catalogue of planetary nebulae will keep you at the eyepiece for years to come. We show you how to find them.
Southern sky tour, Part 3
Wrapping up our deep sky tour, we take a look at 20 of the best southern galaxies.
We show you how to manage your imaging workflow with PixInsight software to get the most out of your deep sky photos.
We go spacewalking with Meade's new MWA 100° eyepieces.
...and much more.
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