Latest American Association of Variable Star Observers Stories
A recent nova, located in the constellation Delphinus, is the brightest such event since 2007 and is visible with the naked eye, assuming the observer is in a relatively dark location away from city lights.
Though the universe is filled with billions upon billions of stars, the discovery of a single variable star in 1923 altered the course of modern astronomy.
Amateur astronomers are being asked to help a constellation of observatories unravel the mysteries of a puzzling binary star system.
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