Sky & Telescope # 6/2017 – The Essential Guide To Astronomy

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Sky & Telescope’s June 2017 issue contains the following feature articles in addition to the monthly columns and observing guides:

Seven Earth-Size Planets Orbit Dim Star
Several of TRAPPIST-1’s worlds might have the potential for liquid surface water.” By Camille Carlisle
The Most Mysterious Star in the Galaxy
The strange dips, dives and dimmings of an otherwise ordinary star defy most — but not all explanations. By Benjamin Montet & Tabetha Boyajian
The Square Kilometre Array
Spread across two continents, the SKA will be the largest astronomical facility ever built. By Govert Schilling
Who Discovered the Ring Nebula?
All the books name the wrong “discoverer” for this iconic object. By Don Olson & Giovanni Maria Cagliaris
The Dark Wolf of Summer
Stay up late to track down these absorption nebulae in Lupus. By Richard P. Wilds
Phantoms of the Deep Sky
Hunt down molecular clouds and other elusive targets. By Richard Jakiel.

Autor: Autores Varios
Editor: Sky and Telescope
ISSN: 0037-6604
Año: 2017
Pasta: Tapa Blanda
No. Pag.: 84
Idioma: Inglés

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Sky & Telescope’s June 2017 issue contains the following feature articles in addition to the monthly columns and observing guides:

Seven Earth-Size Planets Orbit Dim Star
Several of TRAPPIST-1’s worlds might have the potential for liquid surface water.” By Camille Carlisle
The Most Mysterious Star in the Galaxy
The strange dips, dives and dimmings of an otherwise ordinary star defy most — but not all explanations. By Benjamin Montet & Tabetha Boyajian
The Square Kilometre Array
Spread across two continents, the SKA will be the largest astronomical facility ever built. By Govert Schilling
Who Discovered the Ring Nebula?
All the books name the wrong “discoverer” for this iconic object. By Don Olson & Giovanni Maria Cagliaris
The Dark Wolf of Summer
Stay up late to track down these absorption nebulae in Lupus. By Richard P. Wilds
Phantoms of the Deep Sky
Hunt down molecular clouds and other elusive targets. By Richard Jakiel.

Autor: Autores Varios
Editor: Sky and Telescope
ISSN: 0037-6604
Año: 2017
Pasta: Tapa Blanda
No. Pag.: 84
Idioma: Inglés