Astronomy June 2015

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Astronomy June 2015

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Jim Lovell: In his own words
by Richard Talcott
The only person to fly to the Moon twice but never trod its surface has some amazing stories to tell.

"Houston, we've had a problem"
Hear more from Apollo astronaut Jim Lovell, including exclusive video footage of his in-depth interview.

The nature of empty space
by Bob Berman
Let's talk about nothing.

A new fight for the night
by Eric Betz
Blue LEDs may have warranted a Nobel Prize in physics, but the lights are bad news for astronomers.

Explore the Antares region
by Michael E. Bakich
This summer, discover the spectacular area around one of the sky's brightest stars.

First look at the 2017 total eclipse
by Michael E. Bakich
Excitement is building for the first total solar eclipse in the U.S. in 26 years.

To catch a shooting star
by Eric Betz
A renowned meteorite hunter turns his gaze to the sky as part of a growing network of fireball trackers.

We test Stellarvue’s compact refractor
by Tom Trusock
This 2.4-inch scope is so portable that you’ll use it night and day.
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