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DARK SKIES: What to look for in the night skies this month

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Kingaroy’s resident astronomer James Barclay shares what we can look for in the...

DARK SKIES: Curious astronomers sometimes left in the dark

DARK SKIES: Curious astronomers sometimes left in the dark

How do astronomers know if they have found a new galaxy?

DARK SKIES: Thousands of star clusters scattered in our sky

DARK SKIES: Thousands of star clusters scattered in our sky

The clusters contain millions of stars.

DARK SKIES: Understand how stars are born

DARK SKIES: Understand how stars are born

Lifting the veil on star formation

DARK SKIES: Birthplace of our solar system?

DARK SKIES: Birthplace of our solar system?

Our astronomy questions answered.

DARK SKIES: Asteroid, meteor - what's the difference?

DARK SKIES: Asteroid, meteor - what's the difference?

What's the difference between an asteroid and a meteor?

DARK SKIES: Buy a telescope this Christmas

DARK SKIES: Buy a telescope this Christmas

The pros and cons of reflector and refractor telescopes.

DARK SKIES: Myths and legends explored

DARK SKIES: Myths and legends explored

Stars have always inspired wonder.

Keep skies dark for our wildlife: conservationist

Keep skies dark for our wildlife: conservationist

'You want to encourage the nocturnal fauna.'

DARK SKIES: How big can a star really get?

DARK SKIES: How big can a star really get?

Size comparison boggles minds.

DARK SKIES: Space-age questions from near and far

DARK SKIES: Space-age questions from near and far

Resident astronomer answer common inquiries.

DARK SKIES: So many tales told about the heavens

DARK SKIES: So many tales told about the heavens

Myths and legends surround stars.

DARK SKIES: Our galaxy is just one in a billion

DARK SKIES: Our galaxy is just one in a billion

Many new space discoveries to uncover.

DARK SKIES: Are we ready for astro-tourism?

DARK SKIES: Are we ready for astro-tourism?

Burnett skies are the perfect place for astro-tourism.

DARK SKIES: Our billion-year-old neighbour

DARK SKIES: Our billion-year-old neighbour

Could there be life, as we know it, on the Moon?

DARK SKIES: Our lunar satellite fascinates

DARK SKIES: Our lunar satellite fascinates

Our nearest neighbour in space has fascinated humans for centuries.

DARK SKIES: Reflecting on the reflector

DARK SKIES: Reflecting on the reflector

Get the tools for stargazing.

DARK SKIES: Which telescope should you use?

DARK SKIES: Which telescope should you use?

Astronomy expert explains refractor vs reflector.

DARK SKIES: How to take up stargazing as a hobby

DARK SKIES: How to take up stargazing as a hobby

Astronomy's not just for scientists.

DARK SKIES: More to stars than meets the eye

DARK SKIES: More to stars than meets the eye

What binary means to stargazers.

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