Astronomy November 2002

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November 2002
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Storm Warning
The last great meteor storm for a generation should prove a spectacular sight. — Robert Burnham

It Came from Outer Space
Does outer space manufacture and deliver the chemical stew necessary to jump-start life throughout the universe?
— Joe Alper

Unveiling the Dark Universe
A proposed new telescope will survey the entire sky every few nights, revealing anything that changes and mapping the distribution of dark matter. — Ray Villard

Unlocking New Worlds
The pursuit of planets outside our solar system is a fast-growing area of astronomy. Witness a day in the life of a planet hunter. — Robert Naeye

Sky Show
You could see more Leonid meteors under moonlight this year than during last year’s moon-free deluge of swift shooting stars. — Martin Ratcliffe and Alister Ling

Fade to Black
Next month’s eclipse will snuff out the sun for observers in Australia and Africa. Here’s how to make the most of those brief moments of totality. — Joel Harris

Beginner Telescopes
Scope out these 4.5-inch reflectors for novice stargazers.
— Phil Harrington

’Tis the Season to be Shopping
Great gift ideas for the astronomy buff in your life.
— Jeremy McGovern

Astronomy 101
Diary of a Neophyte Astronomer
Astronomy Discover