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Vol. 36 No. 3
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|12|| Now, Voyager,
Three decades since their launch, the twin Voyager spacecraft continue to be two of humanity’s most important emissaries.
Touch of Astronomy, Noreen Grice
Most people take for granted the visual gratification that astronomy provides, but it is possible to turn astronomy into a tactile experience for the visually impaired.
Review -- Astronomy Education Joins the Mainstream,
Andrew Fraknoi and Sidney Wolff
Five years ago a new journal for astronomy education was created, and now education researchers have an appropriate venue for presenting and sharing their ideas and practices.
Science in the Classroom: One High School Science Teacher's
Dream Come True, Gretchen Stahlman
Putting teachers and scientists together to conduct research is good for both, but it is perhaps the students who benefit the most.
|4||Editorial, James C. White II
Astrophysics, Christopher Wanjek
Black Holes Under Attack
Perspectives, Daniel D. Durda
DEPTHX Takes the Ultimate Plunge
of the Past, Katherine Bracher
The Promise of the 200-inch Telescope
Notebook, Jennifer Birriel
of Astronomy, Clifford J. Cunningham
Copernicus in Hades?
Impact , Suzy Gurton and Michael Gibbs
Direct to the Teachers
Matters, David Bruning
Dualism and the Post-Modern Student
|38||Sky Events, Richard Talcott|
|46||Works of Note|