Astronomy May 2021

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Breakthrough Starshot: A voyage to the stars
by Jake Parks
Using laser-propelled lightsails, tiny spacecraft could venture to the Sun’s nearest neighbor in just a few decades.

Apollo 14: Bouncing back from disaster
by Mark Zastrow
The Rubin Observatory and Roman Space Telescope are poised to reflect the accomplishments of their namesakes and transform our understanding of the universe.

Apollo 14 in 3D
by David J. Eicher, Brian May
Relive the 50th anniversary of Alan Shepard’s lunar adventures with stereo images that transport you to the Moon.

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.

The Moon turns red
by Michael E. Bakich
Our only natural satellite submerges itself in Earth’s shadow this month.

Explore the extreme southern sky
by Michael E. Bakich
Don’t miss out on these Southern Hemisphere clusters, nebulae, and galaxies.

We test Celestron’s StarSense Explorer
by Phil Harrington
Guided by your smartphone, these scopes are easy to use and on target every time.

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