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Take a Sneak Peek Inside the September Issue:
Sky & Telescope's September 2018 issue contains the following feature articles in addition to the monthly columns and observing guides:
Our toxic twin might be a scientific treasure-trove, but infrequent visits are hindering studies, causing many planetary scientists to grow frustrated.By Shannon Hall
Near the Pit
A bumfuzzling troupe of young stars crowds around the Milky Way's central black hole. How did they get there, and what can they tell us about gravity? By Camille M. Carlisle
The Enigma that is BL Lacertae
This cosmic detective story is still ongoing today. By David Nakamoto
Polar Alignment with Camera and Spreadsheet
Digital photography and a computer spreadsheet offer a new twist for precision polar alignment of equatorial telescopes. By Jrgen Kahlhfer
Autumn in the Suburbs
The right telescope and a little persistence will help you see these subtle wonders. By Rod Mollise
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