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Vol. 38 No. 2
Space Art Dead?, Lynette
Is the field of space art doomed by the rise of spectacular imagery from Hubble and other space telescopes, and a corresponding decline in demand for "artistic" views of the cosmos?
Clusters and Satellite Galaxies: Companions to the Milky Way,
Duncan A. Forbes, Pavel
Kroupa, Manuel Metz, and Lee Spitler
An interactive model of the Milky Way region lets the user investigate, in three dimensions, the locations of some 30 dwarf satellite galaxies and about 150 globular clusters.
in the News
Tracking the source of a meteorite, the challenges of finding Earth's twin, and what the color of quasars tells us about the universe -- these are some of the discoveries that have recently made news in the astronomical community.
Society at 120, Bruce
Partridge (President, ASP)
We may be more than a century old, but innovative programming has helped transform the Society.
Editorial, Paul Deans
Where's the Science?
Word, James G. Manning
Notebook, Jennifer Birriel
Origin of Giant Elliptical Galaxies
Perspectives, Daniel D. Durda
Cold Water On Global Wildfires?
Astrophysics, Christopher Wanjek
Galaxies Born Free of Dark Matter?
of the Past, Katherine Bracher
40 Years Ago: The Age of the Universe
of Astronomy, Clifford J. Cunningham
A Princely Star Catalog
Matters, David Bruning
Do We Do Too Much?
Impact, Michael G. Gibbs
The Future of the US Economy
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Sights, Paul Deans
The Sky of May, June, and July