Astronomy January 2015

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January 2015
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Top 10 space stories of 2014
by Liz Kruesi
Scientists discovered a lake Superior below Enceladus’ surface, found another dwarf planet in the solar system, and mapped a million galaxies to give them a precise measurement of the universe’s expansion.

Astronomy's 2015 Guide to the Night Sky
This handy four-page insert will keep you looking up all year.

Kepler spacecraft's new lease on life
by C. Renée James
Having enjoyed four successful years of planet hunting, Kepler is now poised to revolutionize new areas of astrophysics.

The planetarium world meets in China
by David J. Eicher
As dark skies diminish, the International Planetarium Society meets in Beijing to discuss its members' greater responsibility in bringing the stars down to Earth.

A visual observer's quest for greatness
by Maria Grusauskas
With more than 1,000 sketches of deep-sky objects to his credit, Roger Ivester still just wants to observe.

Where are the women in amateur astronomy?
by Karen Jennings
Few women seem to participate in our hobby, but those who do are having the time of their lives.

10 top winter binocular treats
by Phil Harrington
When it's too cold to set up your telescope, get your sky-fix by grabbing your binoculars.
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