Sky & Telescope June 2009

FEATURED ARTICLES

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Ice Worlds of the Ringed Planet
NASA's Cassini mission has solved long-standing mysteries about Saturn's icy moons, but raised new ones in their place.
By Emily Lakdawalla

Lunar Fireworks
If all goes as scheduled, in late August two NASA spacecraft will slam into the Moon in the hope of finding water there.
By Greg Redfern

Herald of the Summer Milky Way
The Serpent Bearer is marching up into the evening sky, trailing a wealth of stars and clusters.
By Tony Flanders

BEYOND THE PRINTED PAGE

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Your Sky Shots
Where should you go to see the best amateur astronomy on the Web? Look no further than our online photo gallery!
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ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

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Imaging Solar Eclipses
New software makes it easier than ever to create stunning total eclipse images.
By Sean Walker

The CCDelightful QSI 540wsg
With its big chip and guider port, this camera delivers high performance and high elegance.
By Richard Tresch Fienberg

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