Coming up in the Sep/Oct issue of Australian Sky & Telescope magazine — on sale on August 13.
If you have any trouble getting hold of a copy from newsagencies because of the COVID restrictions, please consider getting a print or digital subscription — the magazine will be delivered directly to your letterbox or inbox.
- New missions head to Mars — Three spacecraft are due to launch toward the Red Planet mid-year, each of them with distinct mission objectives.
- Catch a moving comet — Photographing these icy visitors often requires a special approach. We share all the best tips and tricks.
- Jupiter’s tempestuous moon — Giant eruptions and vast lava fields cover Jupiter’s moon Io, making it the volcanic Rosetta Stone of the Solar System.
- Tourist’s guide to Sagittarius — Use our in-depth guide to roam the star lanes and deep sky fields of Sagittarius and neighbouring constellations.
Plus: What’s in the sky tonight, all the latest Australasian and global news in astronomy and space science, telescope and astrophotography tips and so much more.