Astronomy December 2007

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December 2007
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Why is the solar system cosmically aligned?
The solar system seems to line up with the largest cosmic features. Is this mere coincidence or a signpost to deeper insights?
By Dragan Huterer

Does life exist on this exoplanet?
Just 10 light-years away, the Sun-like star Epsilon Eridani anchors a planetary system that may hold the seeds of life.
By Ray Villard

The Large Binocular Telescope opens both eyes
A unique observatory now taking shape atop Arizona's Mount Graham will one day best the Hubble Space Telescope.
By Bruce Dorminey

Astronomy's sky guide tells
you what's up year-round.

Tour the sky's reddest stars
Target these crimson beauties, and you'll be seeing red all year long.
By Michael E. Bakich gets an extreme makeover
With a fresh style and new features, Astronomy's web site covers the science and hobby of astronomy like no other.
By Laura Baird

15 tips for observing Mars
Don't miss the Red Planet this December because it won't look any better until 2016.
By Michael E. Bakich

Stargazers' sweet spots
What's your favorite place to observe? Astronomy asked amateurs to reveal their best sites.
By Daniel Pendick

The Skypod mount performs superbly
Vixen's computerized mount is lightweight, sturdy, and easy to use.
By Phil Harrington
Astronomy Discover