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Astrophysicists unveil biggest-ever 3D map of Universe. Jul 20, 2020 531
December 2019. Jan 1, 2019 1839
August 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2278
September 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2076
October 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2333
November 2019. Jan 1, 2019 1931
January 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2127
February 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2222
March 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2291
April 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2134
May 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2509
June 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2482
July 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2384
Action at Jupiter. Dec 1, 2018 1620
Planetary Almanac. Dec 1, 2018 586
Harvest the Stars. Wedel, Mathew Column Oct 1, 2018 344
Quest for the. Cicco, Dennis di Sep 1, 2018 760
A Peek Behind the Curtain. Wedel, Mathew Sep 1, 2018 400
Lunar Almanac: Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Brief article Nov 1, 2017 144
August 2017 observing. Aug 1, 2017 1165
Using the map. Brief article Nov 1, 2016 111
Mapping the universe's: ancient sound waves. Eisentein, Daniel Apr 1, 2016 2546
A trip to the northern frontier: the celestial arctic awaits your arrival. Gottlieb, Steve Feb 1, 2016 2699
What's in the sky tonight? Jan 1, 2016 1957
Dark matter: mapping the (not-so-) invisible. Young, Monica Sep 1, 2015 442
Stars guide voyagers across the Pacific. Manchester, Anne Aug 1, 2014 888
Galaxy's dust clouds shown in 3-D. Crockett, Christopher Brief article Jul 26, 2014 165
See the sky in a different light: an interactive map lets you explore the galaxy with infrared light. Crockett, Christopher Brief article May 17, 2014 205
Using detailed sky maps. Brief article Jan 1, 2014 295
Using our sky maps: here's how to use the monthly sky maps on the following pages to identify your evening stars and constellations. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2014 584
Sky at a glance. Dec 1, 2013 366
Sky at a glance. Nov 1, 2013 364
S&T's constellations. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Oct 1, 2013 302
Sky at a glance. Brief article Sep 1, 2013 318
Juno on late summer evenings. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Aug 1, 2013 127
Planetary almanac. Chart Jul 1, 2013 564
Sky at a glance. Chart Apr 1, 2013 195
Planetary almanac. Chart Apr 1, 2013 505
Sky at a glance. Mar 1, 2013 270
Planetary almanac. Chart Mar 1, 2013 484
Using our sky maps: here's how to use the monthly sky maps on the following pages to identify your evening stars and constellations. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2013 585
December 2012: stars of the Andromeda tale: the constellations Andromeda, Perseus, Cassiopeia, and others all stem from one Greek myth. Jan 1, 2013 619
February: Orion and his dogs: Orion, Canis Major, and Canis Minor are easy to spot and full of fine sights. Jan 1, 2013 484
March: Gemini at its height: the twins stand just west of the Zenith, high above declining stars of winter. Jan 1, 2013 516
April: the Lion Rampant: after dusk in early spring, Leo prowls at his highest. Jan 1, 2013 601
May: the springtime dipper on high: whenever spring flowers bloom, the big dipper floats over them at dusk. Jan 1, 2013 593
June: exploring the June Depths: work upward through the scorpion, the scales, the snake, and the strongman. Jan 1, 2013 492
September: sky sights at summer's end: when Vega shines highest overhead, the riches of Sagittarius are highest in the south. Jan 1, 2013 526
October: the co-risers of autumn: Capella and Fomalhaut come up around the same time--and then follow very different courses. Jan 1, 2013 583
November: King and Queen of the North: Dim Cepheus and bright Cassiopeia swing high above the north celestial pole. Jan 1, 2013 538
Summer: star clusters and nebulae are most abundant at this time of year. Flanders, Tony Jan 1, 2013 895
Autumn: the far northern sky now holds the richest collection of targets for users of small scopes under bright skies. Flanders, Tony Jan 1, 2013 942
The evolving eclipse map: nearly 400 years of fine-tuning have turned today's eclipse maps into works of art that predict cosmic alignments with exquisite precision. Zeiler, Michael Nov 1, 2012 2411
New meteor showers discovered: as Earth circles the Sun, it crosses a rich and changing tangle of meteoroid streams. Automated cameras are mapping them better than ever. Jenniskens, Peter Sep 1, 2012 3050
Melpomene over Sagittarius: try for this shallow-sky target over a summer deep-sky playground. Jul 1, 2012 353
July meteors: out of the south. Jul 1, 2012 369
New maps of dark matter. Apr 1, 2012 1830
Sky at a Glance. Seronik, Gary Calendar Apr 1, 2012 638
An April asteroid array. Apr 1, 2012 470
Sky search. Cheetham, Leonie Mar 1, 2012 597
Deep-sky delights: telescopes and binoculars reach deep into the universe around us. Flanders, Tony; French, Sue Jan 1, 2012 798
Using our sky maps: here's how to use our monthly sky maps to spot the evening stars and constellations. MacRobert, Alan; Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2012 579
Northern hemisphere sky chart. Brief article Nov 1, 2011 220
Sun and planets, November 2010. Table Nov 1, 2011 505
October 2011. Oct 1, 2011 322
Binocular highlight: little globular M75. Seronik, Gary Oct 1, 2011 1140
Jupiter reaches opposition: the king of planets shines at its brightest and biggest. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2011 871
Draconid meteor outburst? On the evening of October 8th, some places may get quite a show. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2011 2574
September 2011. Brief article Sep 1, 2011 307
Binocular highlight: Sagittarius globulars. Seronik, Gary Sep 1, 2011 501
Sun and planets, September 2011. Statistical table Sep 1, 2011 498
Visit Uranus and Neptune: these dim lurkers turn out to be an abundant type of planet cosmos-wide. MacRobert, Alan Sep 1, 2011 354
Action at Jupiter. Statistical table Sep 1, 2011 1529
Binocular highlight: summer star cloud. Seronik, Gary Aug 1, 2011 1121
Sun and planets, July 2011. Jul 1, 2011 604
Two at dusk and three at dawn: July's planets are at their best in twilight. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2011 923
See Pluto in 2011: however you classify this faint flicker, spotting it is a real accomplishment. Flanders, Tony Jul 1, 2011 658
Binocular highlight: M104 and the Crow. Seronik, Gary Jun 1, 2011 516
Galaxies near bright stars: these faint fuzzies are easy to find, but not always easy to see. Blackwell, S. Kent Jun 1, 2011 2011
May 2011. May 1, 2011 536
Planetary almanac. May 1, 2011 502
Drama at Dawn: four planets dance in bright morning twilight. May 1, 2011 903
Planetary almanac. Apr 1, 2011 581
Cosmology and transformation in the work of Michelle Stuart. Filippone, Christine Critical essay Mar 22, 2011 7795
Using the map. Brief article Mar 1, 2011 209
Using the map. Brief article Jan 1, 2011 201
Star charts. Jan 1, 2011 3930
Using our sky maps: here's how to use our monthly sky maps to spot the evening stars and constellations. MacRobert, Alan; Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2011 579
Planetary almanac. Dec 1, 2010 621
Binocular highlight: M29 & a cloud of stars. Seronik, Gary Nov 1, 2010 518
Sun and planets, November 2010. Statistical data Nov 1, 2010 624
Phenomena of Jupiter's Moons, November 2010. MacRobert, Alan Nov 1, 2010 1222
Binocular highlight: Sagitta's Messier. Seronik, Gary Oct 1, 2010 483
The mysterious lady on the Moon: is the Moon Maiden on Cassini's famous 1679 Moon map an astronomer's secret declaration of love? Launay, Francoise; Sheehan, William Biography Sep 1, 2010 2208
Binocular showpieces for light-polluted skies: over a bright city or suburb, some sky sights shine through better than others. Bartlett, Hugh Sep 1, 2010 1644
September 2010. Brief article Sep 1, 2010 305
Binocular highlight: a lonesome messier. Seronik, Gary Sep 1, 2010 490
Sun and planets, September 2010. Statistical table Sep 1, 2010 612
>Binocular highlight: diving into Virgo. Seronik, Gary May 1, 2010 485
Sun and planets, May 2010. Statistical table May 1, 2010 496
Saturn's 8 amateur moons: how many of them have you bagged? Now's the time to push your limits. MacRobert, Alan May 1, 2010 1401
Binocular highlight: disparate Dipper duo. Seronik, Gary Apr 1, 2010 515
Binocular highlight: circumpolar Messiers. Seronik, Gary Mar 1, 2010 489
Binocular highlight: the Hare's Messier. Seronik, Gary Feb 1, 2010 506
Basic observing skills. Jan 1, 2010 2988
Star charts. Jan 1, 2010 3870
Finding your way: here's how to use our monthly sky charts to identify the evening stars and constellations. Schaaf, Fred; MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2010 602
Exoplanet mapping tested on Earth. Brief article Sep 1, 2009 129
Binocular highlight: difficult dipper finds. Seronik, Gary May 1, 2009 524
Binocular highlight: M48 in the desert. Seronik, Gary Apr 1, 2009 481
Naming names: the rules for lunar nomenclature go back centuries. Wood, Charles A. Apr 1, 2009 725
Imaging the Orion-Eridanus Superbubble: commercially available cameras and software allow today's amateurs to create unprecedented images. Di Cicco, Dennis; Walker, Sean Apr 1, 2009 1000
Binocular highlight: touring clusterland. Seronik, Gary Jan 1, 2009 502
Southern hemisphere's sky. Bryant, Greg Brief article Jan 1, 2009 183
Dark sky. Jan 1, 2009 3737
Star charts. Jan 1, 2009 3679
Milky way remapped. Peretsman, Natalie Brief article Sep 15, 2008 114
The sky. Forma, Ray Sep 1, 2008 1722
Judge your sky with Draco: how faint a star can you see from your backyard, despite light pollution? Schaaf, Fred Aug 1, 2008 496
Binocular highlight: Ophiuchus globulars. Seronik, Gary Aug 1, 2008 534
Southern hemisphere's sky. Bryant, Greg Brief article Aug 1, 2008 145
August's partial lunar eclipse. MacRobert, Alan Cover story Aug 1, 2008 419
Three blood drops on the Swan's wing. MacRobert, Alan Aug 1, 2008 781
Stars unnumbered: explore the clusters and nebulae of eastern Ophiuchus. French, Sue Aug 1, 2008 1157
Evening encounters: Mars passes extraordinarily close to Regulus and Saturn in twilight. Schaaf, Fred Table Jul 1, 2008 1672
Pluto's slow departure: if you haven't bagged poor little Pluto yet, don't let many more years go by. MacRobert, Alan Jun 1, 2008 377
The sky. Forma, Ray Jun 1, 2008 1204
Binocular highlight: Messiers near and far. Seronik, Gary Jun 1, 2008 588
Southern hemisphere's sky. Bryant, Greg Brief article Jun 1, 2008 151
Watching Jupiter's moons. Schaaf, Fred Table Jun 1, 2008 1332
The moons of Saturn. MacRobert, Allan Brief article Jun 1, 2008 255
Twilight spectacle: May's best planetary action is conveniently visible in the evening sky. Schaaf, Fred Table May 1, 2008 1577
Springtime asteroids: deep in the overhead dark, state-size boulders roam. MacRobert, Alan May 1, 2008 424
Polestars of the future: a journey in a celestial time machine! Thousands of years from now, will celestial navigators have good stars to steer by? Bordeleau, Andre G. Mar 1, 2008 2310
Catching crescent Moons in 2008: with planning, anyone can enjoy this heartwarming sight. Sinnott, Roger W. Feb 1, 2008 918
Binocular highlight: M is for Messier. Seronik, Gary Jan 1, 2008 530
The sky. Forma, Ray Dec 22, 2007 1106
Binocular highlight: ghostly galaxy M33. Seronik, Gary Dec 1, 2007 483
Moon and Pleiades meet: the bright Moon joins the brightest star cluster on the longest night of the year. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Dec 1, 2007 344
Wild duck chase. Seronik, Gary Sep 1, 2007 524
Pretty globular NGC 6541. Dalrymple, Les Sep 1, 2007 512
Pole position. Dalrymple, Les Aug 1, 2007 528
Sun and planets, August 2007. Table Aug 1, 2007 907
Draco doubles. Seronik, Gary Jul 1, 2007 563
The Fly's globular. Dalrymple, Les Jul 1, 2007 530
The sky. Forma, Ray Jun 22, 2007 1404
A trio of Bootes duos. Seronik, Gary Jun 1, 2007 561
The Coalsack nebula. Dalrymple, Les Jun 1, 2007 489
Constellations big and small: June evenings offer contrasting constellations. Bryant, Greg Jun 1, 2007 651
Sun and planets, June 2007. Table Jun 1, 2007 916
Jupiter's red spot. Table Jun 1, 2007 893
Treasures in Canes Venatici. Seronik, Gary May 1, 2007 541
A gem of a cluster. Dalrymple, Les May 1, 2007 500
Sun and planets, May 2007. May 1, 2007 551
The moons of Jupiter. MacRobert, Alan May 1, 2007 1238
The warring pulses of V Bootis. Brief article May 1, 2007 290
My favorite double stars of spring: view these gems as the Northern Hemisphere turns warm. Mullaney, James May 1, 2007 2495
The foldout star chart. Flanders, Tony Brief article May 1, 2007 214
Count light pollution out: equipped with nothing more than their eyes, stargazers around the world are using organized star counts to assess light pollution. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2007 1699
Layers of constellations: two rows of bright constellations span April's western sky. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2007 531
M67: cancer's other cluster. Seronik, Gary Apr 1, 2007 519
Clustered along the Milky Way: April's Milky Way is filled with clusters. Bryant, Greg Apr 1, 2007 703
The moons of Saturn. MacRobert, Alan Table Apr 1, 2007 1169
The Lion's lair: April is galaxy time. French, Sue Apr 1, 2007 1719
A Vela Binocular Duo. Dalrymple, Les Mar 1, 2007 534
Saturn rules the evening sky: get ready to watch the ringed planet at its best and brightest. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 2007 1155
Sun and planets, February 2007. Calendar Feb 1, 2007 607
Moon, February 2007. Calendar Feb 1, 2007 124
The moons of Saturn and Jupiter. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Feb 1, 2007 323
Minima of Algol. Feb 1, 2007 354
Iris: the season's brightest asteroid: , check on this asteroid as it comes unusually scanclose to Earth.whenever you the Pleiades with binoculars in the next couple months. Bryant, Greg Dec 1, 2006 774
The Geminids: best meteors of the year? Streaks of fire will reward those who brave the cold. MacRobert, Alan Dec 1, 2006 517
Two bright-Moon Pleiades occultations. McRobert, Alan Brief article Dec 1, 2006 191
R Geminorum and cubic zirconia. McRobert, Alan Dec 1, 2006 641
Minima of Algol. Brief article Dec 1, 2006 242
Stop renaming the sky: how many more names do we need for a single deep-sky object? Perhaps we have too many already. Allison, Mark Viewpoint essay Dec 1, 2006 670
Who shot Sagitta? A little detective work reveals the identity of the cosmic shooter. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2006 574
Pretty Capricornus pairs. Seronik, Gary Column Oct 1, 2006 510
Planet number 100. Dalrymple, Les Oct 1, 2006 516
Epsilon Indi up close: every star has a story to tell, but some are more interesting than others. Bryant, Greg Oct 1, 2006 643
October sights bright and dim: much of this month's planetary action takes place low at dusk and at dawn. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2006 924
Moons of Jupiter and Neptune. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2006 979
Dark nights for the Orionid meteors: Halley's Comet adds a trace to Earth's mass every October. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2006 622
R Aquilae: under the Eagle's wing. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2006 493
Double delight Albireo. Seronik, Gary Sep 1, 2006 496
M55 high in Sagittarius. Dalrymple, Les Sep 1, 2006 525
Springtime surprises in Pavo: the celestial Peacock holds many treats for observers. Bryant, Greg Sep 1, 2006 678
Changing of the seasons: this month marks the end of summer for the Northern Hemisphere. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2006 1213
Sun and planets, September 2006. Table Sep 1, 2006 609
Moon, September 2006. Brief article Sep 1, 2006 141
Moons of Jupiter--and Uranus! MacRobert, Alan; Sinnott, Roger W. Sep 1, 2006 1603
Minima of Algol. Brief article Sep 1, 2006 139
Foxfire nights: Vulpecula's dearth of bright stars is offset by its wealth of deep-sky objects. French, Sue Sep 1, 2006 1523
The cartographic legacy of John Flamsteed: modern-day star atlases benefited from the seminal work of England's first royal astronomer. Kanas, Nick Jul 1, 2006 2174
Keep looking down: gain some astronomical insight by Earthgazing. Goldman, Stuart J. Jul 1, 2006 1013
Backward charts. Deans, Paul Brief article Jul 1, 2006 229
A year of celestial sights: it's going to be an active year for stargazers. Here are the highlights for 2006 so you can plan your skywatching sessions. Deans, Paul Jan 1, 2006 2201
Using the star chart. Brief Article Dec 1, 2005 233
Using the star chart. Dalrymple, Les Brief Article Dec 1, 2005 224
Sun and planets, December 2005. Illustration Dec 1, 2005 602
Moon, December. Brief Article Dec 1, 2005 139
Minima of Algol. Sinott, Roger W. Brief Article Dec 1, 2005 270
Evening stars. MacRobert, Alan M. Dec 1, 2005 402
Using the star chart. Brief Article Nov 1, 2005 230
Jupiter's red spot. Sinnott, Roger W. Nov 1, 2005 416
Variable stars for November. Sinnott, Roger W. Nov 1, 2005 608
Minima of Algol. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief Article Nov 1, 2005 235
October 1955. Robinson, Leif J. Brief Article Oct 1, 2005 139
Using the star chart. Brief Article Oct 1, 2005 238
Using the star chart. Brief Article Oct 1, 2005 235
Sun and planets, October 2005. Schaaf, Fred Illustration Oct 1, 2005 604
Moon, October 2005. Schaaf, Fred Illustration Oct 1, 2005 147
Variable stars for October. Sinnott, Roger W. Oct 1, 2005 429
Minima of Algol. Brief Article Oct 1, 2005 280
Using the star chart. Seronik, Gary Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 237
Using the star chart. Dalrymple, Las Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 235
Moons of Jupiter and Saturn. Sinnott, Roger W. Sep 1, 2005 1552
Minima of Algol. Sinnot, Roger W. Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 274
Using the star chart. Brief Article Aug 1, 2005 226
Using the star chart. Brief Article Aug 1, 2005 234
Planetary occultations for August-December: you too can help map asteroids' sizes and shapes. Dunham, David W. Aug 1, 2005 2966
Evening stars. MacRobert, Alan M. Aug 1, 2005 392
Using the star chart. Seronik, Gary Brief Article Jul 1, 2005 227
Using the star chart. Brief Article Jul 1, 2005 232
Sun and planets, July 2005. Schaaf, Fred Illustration Jul 1, 2005 728
Moon, July 2005. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Jul 1, 2005 247
Eye of the dragon: a little star with a provident past and a bright future. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2005 633
M101in the mind's eye. Seronik, Gary Jun 1, 2005 536
King of the Globulars. Dalrymple, Les Jun 1, 2005 538
Exploring Lacaille's deep sky: on June evenings we can follow in the footsteps of a southern-sky pioneer. Bryant, Greg Jun 1, 2005 662
Three planets meet: a memorable planetary gathering takes place in late June. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2005 1792
Jupiter's Red Spot. Sinnott, Roger W. Jun 1, 2005 405
Targeting comet Tempel 1: keep watch on this comet before, during, and after its collision with the Deep Impact probe. Bryant, Greg Jun 1, 2005 838
Outer planets in 2005: here's your toolkit for spotting Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. Sinnott, Roger W. Jun 1, 2005 356
The Mercury challenge: if you're up for the challenge, here's a chance to make history. O'Meara, Stephen James Column Jun 1, 2005 1064
Embracing Edasich: there are galaxies galore in the northern spring sky. French, Sue Jun 1, 2005 1731
Tighter than Mizar-Alcor. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Jun 1, 2005 308
Sun Orionis. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief Article Jun 1, 2005 285
Evening stars. MacRobert, Alan M. Apr 1, 2005 399
A pocket full of stars: This pint-size program is compact, quick, and-above all-handy. Ratledge, David Aug 1, 2004 1067
Handheld astronomy for beginners. Foust, Jeff Jan 1, 2004 693
Sun, moon, and planets in December: four other planets now vie for attention with dwindling Mars. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2003 1507
All-sky survey makes Internet debut. (Astronomy). Brief Article Apr 12, 2003 194
Star catalogs for the 21st century. Ashford, Adrian R. Jul 1, 2001 1422
Bulgarian skies. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 121
November's sights to remember: the sky's transition from summer to autumn is not as somber as you might think. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2000 597
Nothern hemisphere sky. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 215
Leaping lizards the celestial lizard is dotted with open clusters and double stars for small-telescope users to find. French, Sue Nov 1, 2000 1093
The Sun, Moon, and planets in November. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2000 1811
Southern hemisphere sky. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 253
November's rare occultation of Mu Geminorum: only once before in the history of astronomy has anyone knowingly seen a star this bright covered by an asteroid. Sinnott, Roger W. Nov 1, 2000 2152
Jupiter's satellites. Nov 1, 2000 1158
Lunar occultations. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 384
Jupiter's red spot. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 234
Variable-star maxima. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 152
Minima of Algol. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 252
Gallery. Nov 1, 2000 766
Northern hemisphere sky. Seronik, Gary Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 201
The sun, moon, and planets in October. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2000 1350
Southern hemisphere sky. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 208
Calendar notes. Oct 1, 2000 1391
The globulars of the water constellations. Whitman, Alan Oct 1, 2000 1620
Firming Up the Case for a Flat Cosmos. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 578
Verdict on M73. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 127
Using the star chart. Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 205
Tool Kit to the Stars. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 114
The sun, moon, and planets in November. Schaaf, Fred Calendar Nov 1, 1998 1546
Mapper of the sky. Levy, David H. Oct 1, 1998 1069
Messing around. Seronik, Gary Bibliography Sep 1, 1998 763
Summer triangle pointers. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 1998 662
The dipper of spring. Schaaf, Fred Column Apr 1, 1995 2674
Voices from the past. Fortier, Edmund A. Jan 1, 1995 891
Sky gazer's almanac for 1995. Jan 1, 1995 1916
The evening sky. Harrington, Philip Calendar Jan 1, 1995 395
A glow-in-the-dark planisphere. Othman, Hans Nov 1, 1994 1106
The absolute magnitudes of stars. Hirshfeld, Alan Sep 1, 1994 1796
A Cepheus star-hop. MacRobert, Alan M. Sep 1, 1994 2143
The evening sky. Sep 1, 1994 349
The sky at the summer triangle hour. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 1994 1910
The evening sky: your guide to star-finding this month. Aug 1, 1994 364
Mastering the Virgo cluster. MacRobert, Alan M. May 1, 1994 2898
The evening sky: your guide to star finding this month. Harrington, Philip May 1, 1994 326
The sky at the Spica Hour. Schaaf, Fred May 1, 1994 1942
Sky Gazer's Almanac. Jan 1, 1994 1806
The evening sky: your guide to star-finding this month. Calendar Oct 1, 1993 344
The October evening sky. Schaaf, Fred Calendar Oct 1, 1993 1910
Tweaking our star chart. Jul 1, 1993 833
Jupiter's satellites. Jul 1, 1993 177
A star-hop in the dipper's bowl. Harrington, Philip Jun 1, 1993 2248
The evening sky. Jun 1, 1993 366
The sky at the Arcturus hour. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 1993 2201
A Westerner's lunar eclipse. MacRobert, Alan M. Jun 1, 1993 507
Watch an evolving binary star. Isles, John Jun 1, 1993 836
M is for Messier. Skiff, Brian A. Apr 1, 1993 2293
Using star maps: the three secrets of success. Mar 1, 1993 527
The evening sky: your guide to star-finding this month. Calendar Mar 1, 1993 429
Selecting a star for off-axis guiding. Pommier, Rod Feb 1, 1993 727
Sky-Gazer's almanac 1993. Jan 1, 1993 1862
Plotting a fresh start. Lovi, George Jan 1, 1993 698

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