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Inside the July 2014 issue of Australian Sky & Telescope, you’ll find:
How You Can Find an Exoplanet
Using the Planet Hunters website, citizen scientists are adding to Kepler's treasure trove of new worlds. You only need a computer, an internet connection, and enthusiasm. By Meg Schwamb
The solar system's wild weather can make Earth's extremes seem serene. By David Baker & Todd Ratcliff
Staring Back to Cosmic Dawn
Hubble's single largest observing program is detecting the earliest galaxies, finding the most distant supernovae, and revealing the fireworks-like peak of star formation at cosmic high noon. By Sandra M Faber et al.
AS&T Test Report: Celestron's Skyris Planetary Cameras
Two industry leaders team up to create the next generation of video cameras for the Sun, Moon, and planets. By Dennis di Cicco and Sean Walker
Binocular Sights of Winter
Grab your binoculars and explore what the winter sky has to offer. By Greg Bryant and Gary Seronik
The Sky Within Your Eyes
Eye aberrations can have a big effect on visual observing. Here are some tips for seeing the universe more clearly by working with your eyes' imperfections. By Salvador Bara
...and so much more.