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To be held in early September, you can now book your slot for a weekend full of stargazing
“Now we can do real astrophysical analysis on the burst source and the galaxy that harbours it,” says James Cordes of Cornell University
Wherever you are in the world, don’t miss the closest and brightest Moon in nearly seven decades – courtesy of Slooh!
The new object is roughly 435 miles in size and has one of the largest orbits for a minor world
We take a look at the answer to this question
If we were able to send a spacecraft into a position to grab a bird’s-eye picture of our galaxy, would we able to see Sagittarius A*?
We find out how the ice giant’s moons got their names
A new planet needs a name – but what we would we call it if it was found in our Solar System?
We come face-to-face with Uranus’ many mysteries in the latest issue of All About Space
Want to observe our closest spiral galaxy? Read on to find out how you can
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!
Find out what you’ll be reading in the latest issue of All About Space, on sale today!
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