Astronomy April 2020

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Jim Lovell remembers:
Triumph over tragedy

The famous astronaut recounts Apollo 13 – the mission that almost didn’t make it home.
Richard Talcott

Apollo 13 in 3D
A near-tragedy in space challenged the crew of Apollo 13. They missed walking on the Moon, but in the end, triumphed.
David J. Eicher and Brian May

Sky This Month
Venus slips past two-star clusters.
Martin Ratcliffe and Alister Ling

Star Dome and Path of the Planets
Richard Talcott;
Illustrations by Roen Kelly

Ann Druyan on Cosmos and Carl Sagan’s legacy
Astronomy’s editor interviews the executive producer of Cosmos and late, great Carl Sagan’s widow.
David J. Eicher

Visit the nearest 14 habitable exoplanets
From a planet circling Proxima Centauri to several around TRAPPIST-1, life-friendly worlds might be closer than you think.
John Wenz

Explore the heart of Virgo
Spring is galaxy season and no constellation proves it better than this one.
Michael E. Bakich

The sky’s best elliptical galaxies
Discover a world of massive star cities lurking in the skies of fall and spring.
Michael E. Bakich

Ask Astro
Expanding space.

Astronomy Discover