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BBC Sky at Night Magazine 41m
adventures: chasing the Northern Lights in 💚 🇸🇪
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The September issue is out now! In this month's mag: - The latest from Juno at Jupiter 🛰️ - Autumn and winter stargazing 🍂 ❄️ - Beginners' deep-sky observing 🔭 - How to prepare for the new astronomy season 🗓️ - Build a smartphone finderscope 📱
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Science instruments have been installed on the new UK-led ExoMars rover:
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine 18h
What has NASA’s Juno mission discovered at Jupiter?
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine 19h
Do spiral protoplanetary discs mean exoplanets in orbit?
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine 20h
Too far south to see the ? It is possible to detect it with a homemade magnetometer:
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine 22h
NASA's has been given the go-ahead to search Jupiter's icy moon for signs of life:
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine 23h
The Juno spacecraft is giving planetary scientists a new perspective of the gas giant Jupiter. Here's what it's discovered so far: 

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BBC Sky at Night Magazine 24h
The September issue is out now! In this month's mag: - The latest from Juno at Jupiter 🛰️ - Autumn and winter stargazing 🍂 ❄️ - Beginners' deep-sky observing 🔭 - How to prepare for the new astronomy season 🗓️ - Build a smartphone finderscope 📱
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 24
Our latest podcast is out now!
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 24
Do you wish you could spot a nebula or star cluster but don’t know where to start? Observing these faint deep-sky objects is not as tricky as you may think:
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 24
Happy ! What's going on below Jupiter's clouds? Radio wave images made with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array reveal Jupiter’s atmosphere down to 50 kilometers below the cloud deck. (ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), I. de Pater et al.; NRAO/AUI NSF, S. Dagnello)
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 23
adventures: chasing the Northern Lights in 💚 🇸🇪
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 23
Do spiral protoplanetary discs mean exoplanets in orbit?
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 23
DIY Astronomy! How to build a smartphone finderscope for your telescope
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 23
Armchair astrophotography - a guide to the best remote telescopes:
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 23
This beautiful image is a spiral galaxy called NGC 3432, which appears side-on when viewed from Earth. Bright regions indicate star formation occurring within the galaxy. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, A. Filippenko, R. Jansen
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 23
The Juno spacecraft is giving planetary scientists a new perspective of the gas giant Jupiter. Here's what it's discovered so far: 

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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 23
Replying to @ThatRRIguy
Yes nicely put! Was thinking from a UK perspective but you're right.
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BBC Sky at Night Magazine Aug 23
Too far south to see the ? It is possible to detect it with a homemade magnetometer:
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