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Vol. 38 No. 3
Nights and Galileo Moments, Ken Hewitt-White
Four hundred years ago, Galileo Galilei aimed his telescope at the heavens and began a scientific revolution. This summer, celebrate the International Year of Astronomy by looking up.
Readable Electronic Articles, Alan Gould
More and more journals are switching from paper copies to making the material available online. Here are some simple things to keep in mind if you’re creating digital content.
Space Art Dead? (Part II), Lynette R. Cook
The evolving demand for space art has created trying times for space artists. In the conclusion of this article, Lynette Cook explores how artists are adapting to their new reality.
in the News
More discoveries at Mercury, a shrinking red giant star, and tidal debris from colliding galaxies -- these are some of the discoveries that have recently made news in the astronomical community.
Editorial, Paul Deans
Look Up, Look Waaaaaay Up
Word, James G. Manning
Past, Present, and Future Perfect
Notebook, Jennifer Birriel
Mystery of the Missing Supernova
Perspectives, Daniel D. Durda
Kepler's New Worlds
Astrophysics, Christopher Wanjek
A Black Hole's Elusive Signal
of the Past, Katherine Bracher
25 Years Ago: Future of Space Astronomy
of Astronomy, Clifford J. Cunningham
Copernicus vs. Tycho and Buchanan
Matters, David Bruning
Profiting from Magnitudes
Impact, Katy Garmany
The ASP's Bok Award
ASP Award Winners
Sights, Paul Deans
The Sky of August, September, and October
Forty Years Past