Astronomy August 2019

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Ultima Thule revealed
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft revealed this distant Kuiper Belt object to be a contact binary with many odd twists.
S. Alan Stern

A visit to Chilescope Observatory
A trip south of the equator meant lots of work, but also some once-in-a-lifetime observations
Damian A. Peach

How Copernicus moved the Sun
This astronomer's ideas forced humanity to consider our planet a ball of rock circling the fiery Sun, and not the center of the universe.
Dan Falk

Tackle a globular cluster showdown
Which of these marvelous stellar groups looks best through your telescope?
Stephen James O'Meara

A Chile afternoon in the Moon's shadow
Observers along a narrow track that crosses South America will witness darkness at midday July 2.
Richard Talcott

Astronomy Discover