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Join Sky & Telescope Contributing Photographer Babak Tafreshi for a live webinar to learn the secrets of stunning Milky Way photography.

New Webinar: How to Photograph the Milky Way, with Babak Tafreshi
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Have you ever tried to capture the Milky Way? It's not as easy as it looks, but Babak Tafreshi has some advice that he'll be sharing in his live webinar - sign up today!

New Webinar: How to Photograph the Milky Way, with Babak Tafreshi
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Now's the time: take a look at the thinner-than-thin crescent of Venus.

See an Ultrathin Venus Crescent - Sky & Telescope
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Here are some naked-eye sights in the sky for the coming week:

This Week's Sky at a Glance, March 17 – 25 - Sky & Telescope
Are young galaxies really missing dark matter? It's not quite that simple - read on for the full story.

Less Dark Matter in Young Galaxies? - Sky & Telescope
Here are your comet-observing plans for the next two weeks!

Comet 41P/T-G-K Greens Up For St. Paddy's Day - Sky & Telescope
How did the first quasars form? (Hint: there are more questions than answers.)

The Kavli Foundation Q&A: How Did the First Quasars Form?
For Women's History Month, we share this photograph from 1918, depicting the Harvard Computers. These skilled workers of the Harvard College Observatory revolutionized the tracking of astronomical data.

Annie Jump Cannon (third from the right), with help from her colleagues, developed the Harvard Classification Scheme, a system for classifying stars that is still used by astronomers today.
Did you know black holes can produce winds blowing at more than a fifth the speed of light?

Swift Black Hole Winds May Shape Galaxy - Sky & Telescope
Ravioli? Sci-fi saucer? No matter what you think it is, these images of Pan are a must-see.

Welcome to Pan: Saturn's Ravioli-Shaped Moon - Sky & Telescope
not so long ago, on a giant asteroid not so far away, salt-laden fluids gurgled upward from the "briny deep" within Ceres and and created a mountain-size pile on its surface -- at least that's what new research points to. get the cold, hard facts here:

Bright Mound on Ceres Due to Briny Eruptions? - Sky & Telescope
Here are some events to watch for in the sky this week:

This Week's Sky at a Glance, March 10 – 18 - Sky & Telescope
A solar eclipse provided the perfect teachable moment in Angola, as students learned about the real sizes and distances of Earth, the Moon, and the Sun.

A Teachable Moment: When the Moon's Shadow Came to Angola
Here's an amazing "field report" from last weekend's cover-up of the bright star Aldebaran.

A Remarkable View of Aldebaran's Occultation - Sky & Telescope