Here, There, and Everywhere? Which came first--galaxies or the supermassive black holes that lurk in their centers? New evidence hints that the galaxies we see grew from the inside out.
Predicting the Past - With giant new telescopes at their disposal, astronomers can now see back to the time when stars and galaxies first flooded the universe with light.
Taking the High Road - A trip to the mountaintop brings one amateur astronmer closer to nature, and more importantly, to the deep-sky objects he loves.
Celestial Portraits: Pictor, Dorado, & Mensa - These southern constellations might not merit a second look if not for the brilliant star clusters and splashy nebulae of the biggest and brightest galaxy visible from Earth.
Astronomy, 2001, February