Astronomy October 2014

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October 2014
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Why everything you know about black holes might be wrong
by Bob Berman
Bob Berman explains why these extreme objects might be even stranger than they seem.

Can the cosmos test quantum entanglement?
by Andrew Friedman
Albert Einstein hated the idea he called "spooky actions at a distance," but astronomers now are hoping to illuminate some of these tricky quantum puzzles.

Bringing a star's death to life
by Dan Milisavljevic, Robert A. Fesen
Astronomers have mapped Cassiopeia A in 3-D to understand how massive stars explode.

Target 20 sky treats in Cygnus
by Michael E. Bakich
This constellation will keep you observing a long time.

How to view October's two spectacular eclipses
by Richard Talcott
Two eclipses put North America at the center of this month's astronomical universe.

Shoot the Moon in high resolution
by Robert Reeves
The Moon is big, bright, and easy to photograph. But capturing it well is another story, indeed.

Tour 10 autumn binocular highlights
by Phil Harrington
Grab your binoculars and point them at a famous star, several open clusters, a globular cluster, and an enigmatic galaxy.

Astronomy tests Vixen's wide-field refractor
by Tony Hallas
The VSD100F3.8 imaging scope is fast, has a flat field, and adds no false color to your photo.
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