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In This Issue
The image of Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole at the centre of the our Galaxy, produced using the Event Horizon Telescope, is astounding. Five years in the making, and t ...
Sky at Night – lots of ways to enjoy the night sky...
Television Find out what The Sky at Night team have been exploring in recent and past episodes on page 18 Online Visit our website for competitions, astrophoto galleries, observing ...
This month’s contributors
Nick Pope UFO expert “Amid de-classified files and an increase in ‘UFO’ sightings, it’s the perfect time to explore what actually happened at Roswell.” Nick marks the 75t ...
Extra content ONLINE
Visit www.skyatnightmagazine.com/bonus-content/TUYY8NE/ to access this month’s selection of exclusive Bonus Content JULY HIGHLIGHTS Interview: Searching for intelligent life The ...
A DATE WITH DESTINY
VíCTOR M BLANCO 4-METRE TELESCOPE, 3 MAY 2022 Locked in a tango across an ink-black dancefloor and against a twinkling background of thousands of other objects, are two galaxies i ...
This new result does nothing to relieve what’s politely called the ‘tension’ between different methods of determining the expansion speed of the Universe. And in fact, it mak ...
Hubble refines the Universe’s expansion rate The new measurement could help solve one of the biggest problems in cosmology Using over 30 years of observations, the Hubble Space T ...
NEWS IN BRIEF
OSIRIS-Rex to Apophis NASA has approved a second space rock stop-off for its asteroid investigating OSIRIS-Rex after dropping off its sample of Bennu at Earth on 24 September 2023. ...
Jupiter’s asteroid swarms The planet has hundreds of thousands of rocky bodies in front and behind The Lagrangian points around an orbiting body are special points in space, wher ...
INSIDE THE SKY AT NIGHT
In the June episode of The Sky at Night, Astronomer Royal Martin Rees takes a look back over the last 50 years of astronomical innovations and progress. As every reader of BBC Sky ...
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