July 2021 Bonus Content

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Virtual Planetarium

Pete Lawrence and Paul Abel guide us through July’s night-sky highlights.


Interview: Cosmic Collisions

Planetary scientist Simone Marchi reveals the tumultuous history of our Solar System, and how collisions have shaped its planets and moons.


DIY Astronomy

Illustration showing what our galaxy the Milky Way likely looks like.
Illustration showing what our galaxy the Milky Way likely looks like.

Binocular and deep-sky tours

Download this month’s binocular and deep-sky tour charts. The charts are printed in black on white so they can be viewed under red light at your telescope.

Binocular Tour (PDF)

Deep-Sky Tour (PDF)


Southern Sky Chart

Download our sky chart for observers in the southern hemisphere.

Download (PDF)


Observing forms

Record your observations of Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, Venus and the Sun with our handy printable forms.

If you observe the Sun, remember NEVER to look at it with your naked eye; either project it through your telescope or use a solar filter on your telescope’s front lens.

Jupiter (PDF)

Mars (PDF)

Saturn (PDF)

Venus (PDF)

The Sun (PDF)


Eye On The Sky