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Big Brother Dunk
2004-Dec-10, 06:28 PM
There are several, Sky News, Astronomy, Sky & Telescope, Night Sky, and probably some I've left off the list.

I don't have a favourite, I pick one up off the rack if there's something on the cover that interests me.

StarLab
2004-Dec-10, 07:41 PM
Discover, Scientific American, Science, Nature, Ad Astra, etc....

My top pick would be scientific american...

antoniseb
2004-Dec-10, 10:43 PM
Originally posted by Big Brother Dunk@Dec 10 2004, 06:28 PM
Sky & Telescope
I subscribe to S&T. I think its pretty good. It used to be a little heavier on the math and science than it is now, but you can say the same for Scientific American, and a lot of other science-for-the-layman magazines.

galaxygirl
2004-Dec-11, 03:52 AM
My top picks are Sky & Telescope and Scientific American.

aeolus
2004-Dec-11, 04:51 AM
Sky News all the way, but that's cause I'm Canadian and it has lots of Canadian content which suits me well.

Matthew
2004-Dec-11, 09:34 AM
Although not entirely space orientated, I like New Scientist.

Ola D.
2004-Dec-11, 11:23 AM
My favourite is "Scientific American"

Planetwatcher
2004-Dec-31, 09:27 AM
Put me down for Discover. It's not officially astronomy but it pretty much has more astronomy then it does anything else.
Especially the lateset issue of the top 100 stories of 2004.

StarLab
2004-Dec-31, 04:25 PM
Anyone here like Popsci or the magazine with Neil Tyson's column?