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Astronomy April 2021

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The galaxy’s marvelous rogues and misfits
by Randall Hyman
From ploonets to blanets to interstellar interlopers, these nomads defy expectations.

Trailblazing astronomers and their groundbreaking observatories
by Randall Hyman
The Rubin Observatory and Roman Space Telescope are poised to reflect the accomplishments of their namesakes and transform our understanding of the universe.

See spring’s best Messier objects
by Michael E. Bakich
Here’s a list of 25 targets to help you make the most of your evening.

Filters for observing the Sun
by Phil Harrington
Whether using a telescope or binoculars, solar filters can help you view the Sun in its best possible light.

Revealing the 2020 eclipse
by Jay M. Pasachoff
Though most were unable to see last year’s total solar eclipse in person, local astronomers and websites captured the cosmic event.

Easy Moon observing
by Michael E. Bakich
Here’s a strategy that will help you enjoy our closest celestial neighbor.

The best scopes for kids
by Michael E. Bakich
You don’t have to spend a lot to get a child interested in the sky.

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