Sky & Telescope March 2013

FEATURED ARTICLES

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Cosmic Extremes
The universe is faster, colder, and wackier than anything we can possibly comprehend.
By Bryan Gaensler

Where Goes the Rain?
Saturn's moon Titan has a mysterious weather cycle.
By Donald F. Robertson

Revitalize Your Club Meetings
Webinars can add variety and depth to your club gatherings — without breaking the budget.
By Tom Field

My Hunt for Cosmic Jets
A crucial phenomenon throughout the universe is visible in amateur scopes, but just barely.
By Dave Tosteson

Northern Exposure
Follow these simple suggestions to take stunning aurora photographs.
By Babak A. Tafreshi

BEYOND THE PRINTED PAGE

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Unveiling Titan
Fall to Titan's surface with Huygens and learn more about this mysterious moon.
By Camille Carlisle

Predicting Auroras
Our collection of resources will help you plan for auroral displays.
By Editors of Sky & Telescope

Remembering Sir Patrick Moore
Best known for his long-running BBC television series, The Sky at Night, Sir Patrick Moore's contributions to amateur astronomy will endure.
By J. Kelly Beatty

Lunar Librations
Librations and other lunar data for March 2013
By The Editors of Sky & Telescope

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

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Comet PANSTARRS at Dusk
Awaited for nearly two years, will it be a spectacle or a speck?
By Alan MacRobert

Giants in the Dark
Jupiter and Saturn take turns shining high on March nights.
By Fred Schaaf

Sailing South
Puppis and Pyxis host some amazing clusters and nebulae.
By Sue French

Table of Contents
See what else March's issue has to offer.