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Always wanted to follow a professional career in astronomy? Josh Barker from the National Space Centre gives some advice
Why does the Moon sport a reddish tint during a lunar eclipse?
Dr Simon Bennett of The Widescreen Centre tells us which software is needed to get the most out of your astro images
How many of the artificial satellites orbiting our planet can you see with the unaided eye?
It’s our next door neighbour, so why can’t we see it every night?
Do you really need to be a professional astronomer to find our Solar System’s very own space snowballs?
Reaching opposition early this month, Jupiter and its moons make a fascinating sight through binoculars or a telescope. Here’s our guide on how to make the most of viewing the king of the Solar System
Thought that Pluto was too distant for us to see? With some observing trickery, that needn’t be the case!
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Has BBC Stargazing LIVE left you itching to get out there and observe the heavens? Then get your binoculars, telescopes and imaging equipment at the ready and see how many of these night sky gems you can spot!
Our Stargazing LIVE week continues with a look at some of your best images that have featured in All About Space magazine.
We’ve looked ahead to give you our pick of the top stargazing sights gracing our skies over the next few months.
To celebrate BBC Stargazing LIVE, we’ll be posting a number of astronomy-themed articles and competitions this week, beginning with a guide to understanding telescopes.
Where are the stars in various constellations located?
Asked for a telescope or a pair of binoculars this Christmas? We’ve highlighted the top mistakes in astronomy and how to avoid them well before you’ve had the chance to tear open that wrapping paper!
With the Moon at its waning gibbous phase, see if you can spot some of these features on the lunar surface
Here are some sueful tips to help you get started in astronomy.
Brightening further in the pre-dawn sky, will ISON live up to the “Comet of the Century” title? Here’s our guide on what should happen – and how best to see it – if it survives its close encounter with the Sun.