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In this month's Focus we head to the outer Solar System to explore the ice giant Uranus. First, Sir Patrick Moore tells the story of the planet, including the epic fly-by of Voyager 2. Then Ian Welland describes William Herschel's observations of the planet that led to the size of the Solar System doubling virtually overnight. Finally, Keith Cooper gets close-up to the planet itself, describing its atmosphere, rings and moons, which are individual worlds in their own rights.

Blighted with light pollution? Bob Mizon is back with a brand new sky tour for city-based observers. And did someone say telescope manufacturing in the UK was dead? Neil English digs up plenty of evidence to suggest it is alive and kicking. Meanwhile, Tom Gale explains the chemistry of the stars, while Keith Cooper delves into the mystery of the phantom planet – does the first potentially habitable planet discovered outside our Solar System really exist?

In our extensive night sky section this month we ring in the new year with a partial solar eclipse, sky tours, and all your essential observing tips for the month ahead. Alan Longstaff explains the shape of the Universe in Ask Alan, and Nick Howes describes how to automate everything in your home observatory, while astrophotographer R Jay GaBany describes how he takes his superb images of the cosmos from his remote observatory. In the Shops includes reviews of astronomy software StellarWindow and Starpikes Pro.

We're also pleased to announce the return of the Wall Planner, back bigger and better than ever before!

The January 2011 issue will be on sale from 16 December.

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 10 December, 2010.
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