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CHAPTER VIII--Khayyami Astronomy and the 'Khayyami Code': Hermeneutically Understanding Omar Khayyam's Attitude Toward Astrology and His Own Horoscope. Tamdgidi, Mohammad H. Jun 8, 2021 8942
CHAPTER III--Features of Omar Khayyam's Horoscope as a Whole Based on Astrological House and Other Definitions Traditionally Held in His Own Time. Tamdgidi, Mohammad H. Jun 8, 2021 17060
Preface to Book 3: Recap from Prior Books of the Series. Tamdgidi, Mohammad H. May 25, 2021 8479
Introduction to Book 3: The Hermeneutic Significance of Omar Khayyam's Newly Discovered True Birth Date Horoscope. Tamdgidi, Mohammad H. May 25, 2021 3714
CHAPTER I--Was Omar Khayyam's Birth Horoscope Intended Just to Offer a Birth Date or Was It an Astrological Bread Crumb? Tamdgidi, Mohammad H. May 25, 2021 9477
CHAPTER II--Considering Both the Stated and the Silent Features of Omar Khayyam's True Birth Date Horoscope. Tamdgidi, Mohammad H. May 25, 2021 13343
Conclusion to Book 3: Summary of Findings. Tamdgidi, Mohammad H. Critical essay May 25, 2021 8554
Preface to Book 2: Recap From Prior Book of the Series. May 25, 2021 3908
Introduction to Book 2: The Dilemma and Significance of Omar Khayyam's Dates of Birth and Passing. Critical essay May 25, 2021 7142
CHAPTER I--Contributions, Inconsistencies, and Inaccuracies of Swami Govinda Tirtha's Findings Regarding Omar Khayyam's Dates of Birth and Passing. May 25, 2021 14634
Conclusion to Book 2: Summary of Findings. May 25, 2021 5040
CHAPTER II--In Search of the Correct Gemini Degree: The Story of How Omar Khayyam's True Date of Birth Was Discovered Shortly Before Its Imminent Millennium. May 25, 2021 24149
CHAPTER III--In Search of Omar Khayyam's True Date of Passing: Superposing the Birth Date Findings With Beyhaqi's "Tatemmat Sewan el-Hekmat" And Khazeni's "Mizan ol-Hekmat". May 25, 2021 16181
CHAPTER IV--Searching More for Omar Khayyam's True Date of Passing: Superposing the Birth Date Findings With Present and Older Manuscript Copies of Nezami Arouzi's "Chahar Maqaleh". May 25, 2021 12257
CHAPTER V--Omar Khayyam's True Date of Passing Discovered and Reconfirmed: Superposing the Birth Date Findings With All "Tarabkhaneh," "Chahar Maqaleh," And "Tatemmat Sewan el-Hekmat" Accounts. May 25, 2021 22789
CHAPTER IV-- Hermeneutically Interpreting Omar Khayyam's Horoscope as a Whole: Discovering the Origins of His Pen Name. Tamdgidi, Mohammad H. May 25, 2021 20407
CHAPTER V--Discovering the Signature Robai of Omar Khayyam, Leading to An Independent and Final Confirmation of His Authorship of the Robaiyat. Tamdgidi, Mohammad H. May 25, 2021 16238
CHAPTER VI--The Case of A Second Signature Robai of Omar Khayyam, Reporting Its Author to Have Turned A Centenarian. Tamdgidi, Mohammad H. May 25, 2021 14865
TWO GOOD HUMANS: The Friendship Between Carl Sagan and Kurt Vonnegut. Parr, Patrick Mar 22, 2021 1422
Harvard astronomer argues that alien vessel paid us a visit. Feb 6, 2021 775
Deep-sky. Jan 1, 2019 1639
Canal MANIA: Earthly events influenced how astronomers perceived the Martian landscape a century ago. Brasch, Klaus Jul 1, 2018 2825
Relativity Test. Brief article May 1, 2018 108
Comet Discoverer Thomas Bopp (1949-2018). Petersen, Carolyn Collins Obituary Mar 18, 2018 358
PHRONESIS: Vol. 62, No. 4, 2017. Abstract Dec 1, 2017 426
The father of Southern astronomy. Ventrudo, Brian Biography Oct 1, 2017 3011
Still Banned After All These Years- Retracing the Journey of Cavani's 'Revolutionary' Galileo (1968). Angeli, Silvia Critical essay Oct 1, 2017 9009
A simple observing stool, plus: build the Swiss army knife of observing stools. Oltion, Jerry Sep 1, 2017 754
Vera Rubin's universe: by looking at things others didn't think were interesting, the astronomer often labeled the "mother of dark matter" forever changed our picture of the cosmos. Yeager, Ashley Aug 1, 2017 2617
Enter the summer citadel: the sights and scents of the season encourage a visit to an old friend. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2017 637
Who discovered the ring nebula? Olson, Don; Caglieris, Giovanni Maria Jun 1, 2017 2729
Preteen Astronomer Shines at AAS Meeting. Redd, Nola Taylor Brief article Apr 1, 2017 315
Herschel's ghosts. Bartels, Mel Apr 1, 2017 3043
Worldwide comet campaign. King, Bob Mar 1, 2017 377
Ewen A. Whitaker, 1922-2016. Wood, Charles A. Obituary Feb 1, 2017 106
The Craig Daniels Dogson telescope: and now for something completely different. Oltion, Jerry Feb 1, 2017 743
The Schroter effect: a retrospective: thanks to tricks of light in its atmosphere, Venus isn't always quite what it seems. Sheehan, William Jan 1, 2017 1062
Three wise men coming from east. Dec 23, 2016 344
December 1941. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Dec 1, 2016 157
"Last contact": Percival Lowell made his final observation 100 years ago this month. Sheehan, William Nov 1, 2016 1134
Pro-am: Astro-imagers get ready for Juno. Pellier, Christopher Brief article Sep 1, 2016 301
Astronomy & big big data: how will astronomers cope with the tsunamis of raw data soon to pour in from wide-field surveys? Tyson, Peter Sep 1, 2016 3276
Meet the Minkowskis: the Minkowski catalog of planetary nebulae will keep you at the eyepiece for years to come. Forte, Ted Aug 1, 2016 2029
Is red light really best? Astronomers have long used red light to protect their night vision, but there may be a better alternative. Dick, Robert Jun 1, 2016 1840
The nebula war: more than a century ago, a clash between two pioneer sky photographers deepened the growing split between amateur and professional astronomy. Hirshfeld, Alan Jun 1, 2016 2569
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. May 1, 2016 455
Untwinkling the stars: how did the world's largest telescopes conquer the tempestuous atmosphere? Hall, Shannon May 1, 2016 3077
An elephant in the lab: a harassment case involving a leading astronomer shines a light on barriers that contribute to the scarcity of women seeking careers in STEM fields. Salmon, Barrington M. Mar 10, 2016 2649
The importance of awe: can kids today still experience the "11th emotion," the key to loving astronomy? Sheehan, William Mar 1, 2016 549
Saturn changes you: observing the ringed planet for the first time can be life-altering. Regas, Dean Feb 1, 2016 561
The tale of the Brashear time capsule: a collapsed building spits out pieces of America's telescope history. Paslow, Al Jan 1, 2016 2020
Briefs from the International Astronomical Union's General Assembly. Conference notes Dec 1, 2015 383
Pluto's smaller moons pose mysteries: New Horizons images provide hints to dwarf planet's history. Crockett, Christopher Report Nov 28, 2015 770
Milky way may harbor primeval stars: astronomers dig through cosmic pollution to find stellar fossils. Crockett, Christopher Nov 14, 2015 362
William Dawes' Jupiter: a celebrated 19th-century astronomer made remarkable observations of Jupiter and its moons. Jakiel, Richard Biography Nov 1, 2015 981
The next blue dot: astronomers are working to directly image alien Earths, with several promising space missions in development. Belikov, Ruslan; Bendek, Eduardo Oct 1, 2015 3168
September 1940: Telescope Nuts. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Sep 1, 2015 153
The case of the missing M102: did a false lead 232 years ago hide the truth about this "nonexistent" Messier object? Covington, Michael A. Sep 1, 2015 2346
Suono e acustica nella trattatistica gesuitica del Seicento. Il caso di Mario Bettini. Briatore, Samuele Aug 1, 2015 5951
Hooray for Hubble. Brief article Jun 13, 2015 109
Donald C. Parker, 1939-2015. Walker, Sean Brief article Jun 1, 2015 266
The man who put the names on the Moon: Giambattista Riccioli had a grander plan than meets the eye--and perhaps a secret agenda. Livingston, Andrew May 1, 2015 2930
The art of astronomy. Yeager, Ashley Brief article Apr 18, 2015 272
William Herschel's: extraordinary night of discovery: recreating the legendary sweep of April 11, 1785. Bratton, Mark Apr 1, 2015 5014
Seeing Uranus in antiquity? An amateur astronomer's hypothesis about what Hipparchus saw c. 128 BC. Bourtembourg, Rene Apr 1, 2015 574
January-February 1940. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Feb 1, 2015 229
Cosmic dread: the astronomy of H.P. Lovecraft. Franch, John; MacRobert, Alan Biography Feb 1, 2015 2741
The fire down below: Lacaille's furnace glows with winter wonders. Jan 1, 2015 1476
Stu's last lesson: in case of the unexpected, make it easier to distribute your astronomy possessions. Allis, Damian G. Dec 1, 2014 562
September-October 1939: sad centennial. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 159
October 1989: Pulkovo purge. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 128
Obit: Bill Bradfield, comet hunter extraordinaire (1927-2014). Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 318
Winning converts to the cause: it takes effort to turn interested people into full-blown amateur astronomers. Probst, Bert Oct 1, 2014 563
Ann and Trevor Weekes. Brief article Sep 13, 2014 254
Seeking interacting galaxies: the Vorontsov-Velyaminov catalog is a mother lode of close galaxy pairs. Gottlieb, Steve Sep 1, 2014 952
Back to the lunar future: even if Mars is our destination, many space scientists argue that we need go back to the Moon first. Docksai, Rick Sep 1, 2014 1227
August 1939. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Aug 1, 2014 167
... Sun's newfound chilly neighbor. Bochanski, John Aug 1, 2014 355
Universe in a box 2.0. Hall, Shannon Aug 1, 2014 401
Verbatim. Jul 1, 2014 160
South America adventures. Naeye, Robert Editorial Jul 1, 2014 387
July 1939. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Jul 1, 2014 133
July 1964. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Jul 1, 2014 222
July 1989. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Jul 1, 2014 129
A Dob by any other name: with so many variations, you might wonder when a Dob is really a Dob. Seronik, Gary Obituary Jul 1, 2014 546
Wired astronomy: initially a novelty item for amateur astronomers, computers are now almost as important as telescopes. Mollise, Rod Jun 1, 2014 2159
Obituary: Thomas Harry Hope (Tom) Lloyd Evans 1940-2014. Obituary Jun 1, 2014 1653
Naval hill planetarium. Olivier, Bosman Apr 1, 2014 1494
Colloquia and seminars. Brief article Apr 1, 2014 140
April 1964. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Apr 1, 2014 165
New cutoff for star sizes. Bochanski, John Apr 1, 2014 251
Weather on alien worlds... Young, Monica Apr 1, 2014 367
... and is "Super-Earth" a Misnomer? Young, Monica Apr 1, 2014 348
Galactic runts host beasts. Young, Monica Apr 1, 2014 467
Mini Robots go observing. Young, Monica Brief article Apr 1, 2014 143
How to build a giant: construction of the world's largest ground-based optical telescope takes astronomical engineering to the next level. Zimmerman, Robert Mar 1, 2014 2181
The origin of stacking: modern astroimagers owe a debt to the pioneers at lowell observatory. Brasch, Klaus Mar 1, 2014 1473
Obituary--Halton (Chip) Arp. Obituary Feb 1, 2014 378
Obituary--John Dobson. Obituary Feb 1, 2014 229
Jacob Karl Ernst Halm (1865-1944). Glass, I.S. Report Feb 1, 2014 2379
A Tripod for Tabletop Dobs: this sturdy platform for small telescopes is easy to make. Seronik, Gary Feb 1, 2014 638
Young astronomer reaches for the stars: Piper Reid tackled her first astronomy project in sixth grade, and she continued to aim high--even when life threw a seemingly insurmountable obstacle in her way. Field, Tom Feb 1, 2014 1870
Hubble and Copernicus: the great astronomer had a special relationship with his cat. Wehrey, Catherine Feb 1, 2014 550
Comet ISON: spectacle or speck? The finest comet in years may glow in the east at down in December 2013--unless it crubles away first. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2014 1419
Tercentenary of Nicolas-Louis de La Caille. Glass, Ian S. Biography Dec 1, 2013 755
Exploring the Triangulum Galaxy: if you want to see a galaxy with beautiful spiral arms and a multitude of deep-sky treasures, it's hard to beat M33. Forte, Ted Dec 1, 2013 1822
Dcrrren ccrister. Brief article Nov 1, 2013 157
Annual report, deep-sky observing section. Slotegraaf, Auke Oct 1, 2013 465
Annual report, comet and meteor section. Cooper, T.P. Oct 1, 2013 529
Annual report, double star section. Blane, David Brief article Oct 1, 2013 254
The 'astronomizings' of Dr Anderson and the curious case of his disappearing nova. Shears, Jeremy Report Oct 1, 2013 9041
An asteroid for Pawel Maksym. Pratt, Alex; Miles, Richard Oct 1, 2013 449
Taming a stellar zoo. Zastrow, Mark Brief article Oct 1, 2013 311
The Astronomer. Ali, Kazim Poem Sep 1, 2013 544
Hot Jupiters act like toasters. Zastrow, Mark Brief article Sep 1, 2013 147
Milky Way Galaxy grows a branch. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Sep 1, 2013 107
Dispute continues over SS Cygni. Young, Monica Brief article Sep 1, 2013 155
Galaxy guide. Brief article Jul 1, 2013 132
Roy Smith (1930-2013). Roberts, Greg Obituary Jun 1, 2013 856
Charles Chilton, 1917-2013. McGee, Hazel Obituary Jun 1, 2013 406
Alan Clark Heslop, 1937-2012. Clucas, Len Obituary Jun 1, 2013 311
Discovery at Titan: was Titan's atmosphere first detected visually? May 1, 2013 1360
Remembering Comet Kohoutek. Regas, Dean Apr 1, 2013 2143
Sir Patrick Moore, CBE, FRS, FRAS (1923-2012). Leatherbarrow, Bill Obituary Apr 1, 2013 1812
John Ellard Gore: 'of immensity and minuteness'. Shears, Jeremy Apr 1, 2013 14091
Alas, no Moore: Patrick Moore was the face of astronomy for many in Britain -- and around the world. Lyster, Timothy A. In memoriam Mar 1, 2013 557
Richard Henry Chambers, 1931-2012. James, Nick Obituary Feb 1, 2013 1548
John Frederick Pedler, 1932-2012. Meacham, John Brief article Feb 1, 2013 285
Clutch of distant galaxies reveals infant universe: Hubble captures cosmic structure first taking shape. Witze, Alexandra Jan 12, 2013 1007
Milky Way: First 'Bone' of Galactic Skeleton Identified as 'Nessie'. Brief article Jan 9, 2013 301
William Rowan Hamilton and William Wordsworth: the poetry of Science. Brown, Daniel Critical essay Dec 22, 2012 11217
Summary of ASSA Awards 2012. Aug 1, 2012 536
Sir Bernard Lovell (OBE FRS)--1913-2012. Obituary Aug 1, 2012 694
Particle may unlock new discoveries, says Vatican astronomer. Glatz, Carol Jul 20, 2012 539
Alan Hale & his 500 comets. Levy, David H. Jun 1, 2012 1453
Perilous journeys: the 1761 transit of Venus: braving warfare, storms, and disease, astronomers ventured across the globe to measure. Maor, Eli Jun 1, 2012 2450
Days of powder and planets: a conference about exoplanet climates reveals our rapidly changing understanding. Grinspoon, David Conference news Apr 1, 2012 538
Observing the telescope tribe: astronomy's two major sects are "screen scanners" and "visual observers.". Brown, Malcolm E. Apr 1, 2012 543
'Working together--collaboration between amateur and professional astronomers': out of London Meeting, Norwich, 2011 May 7. Davies, Ann Brief article Feb 1, 2012 264
The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam: Persia's Poet-Scientist. Sorkhabi, Rasoul Biography Jan 1, 2012 6331
In the footsteps of the first recorded transit of Venus: in the English village where Jeremiah Horrocks predicted and watched an epochal sky event, he's still a hometown hero. Maor, Eli Jan 1, 2012 1999
Extrasolar orb occupies just right spot for life: Planet hunters add more than 1,000 new candidates. Drake, Nadia Dec 31, 2011 690
Exoplanet hunters almost losing count. Schilling, Govert Dec 1, 2011 736
Super-Earths--dense or fluffy: exoplanets of a certain size apparently come in two types. Drake, Nadia Oct 8, 2011 499
Dr Darragh O'Donoghue receives the Gill Medal. Oct 1, 2011 563
Rock from heaven: Canadian scientists get a close look at a meteor as it breaks up over southern Ontario. Downey, Philip Oct 1, 2011 2005
A century of AAVSO progress: this internationally renowned organization has grown from a handful of amateurs making observations for professional astronomers. Williams, Thomas R.; Saladyga, Michael Oct 1, 2011 2358
Chilean Imaging odyssey: expand your views with a trip to the southern skies of Chile. Brasch, Klaus Oct 1, 2011 1088
When wishing upon a star, be careful what you wish. Siegfried, Tom Sep 24, 2011 367
Kevin Govender wins prestigious NSTF award. Aug 1, 2011 301
In the footsteps of La Caille, Everest and Maclear on the Kapokberg. Glass, Ian Aug 1, 2011 1499
Neptune comes full circle: as Neptune completes a full orbit since its discovery, it's a good time to reflect on one of the greatest stories in astronomy lore. James, C. Renee; Sheehan, William Jul 1, 2011 3453
Sketching M51: for seeing all that's detectable in the eyepiece, nothing beats the discipline of sketching. Banich, Howard Column Jul 1, 2011 1720
Secondary considerations: aligning a Newtonian's diagonal mirror is not as difficult as many think. Seronik, Gary Jul 1, 2011 582
A Map Of The Universe, 10 Years In The Making. May 26, 2011 394
Spinning hearts of darkness: astronomers are measuring the rotation rates of black holes to determine their formation and history. Brenneman, Laura May 1, 2011 2702
Finding a star party location: a Colorado astronomy club overcame obstacles to keep its star party alive. Schlafli, Al May 1, 2011 544
The Universe's first Polluters: Spinstars? Apr 27, 2011 344
Astronomers Discover Young Galaxy. Apr 12, 2011 565
Elmer J. Reese (1919-2010). Rogers, John H.; Beebe, Reta F. Obituary Apr 1, 2011 796
Kepler and the laws of nature. Gingerich, Owen Essay Mar 1, 2011 4652
A quadruple whammy for Astronomy. Naeye, Robert Mar 1, 2011 436
Amateur research widens. Brief article Mar 1, 2011 244
From the President. Boyd, David Column Feb 1, 2011 1080
Ordinary Meeting, 2010 May 26: held at the Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London WI. Arditti, David Feb 1, 2011 2890
Brian Geoffrey Marsden (1937-2010). Hurst, Guy M. Obituary Feb 1, 2011 1973
Sky notes: 2011 February & March. Potter, Callum Feb 1, 2011 1202
Meetings diary. Calendar Feb 1, 2011 381
Unsung heroes and our first app. Naeye, Robert Travel narrative Jan 1, 2011 474
Weathering new worlds: a meeting of astronomers and climate modelers will lead to better predictions. Grinspoon, David Jan 1, 2011 585
Asteroid maven: an award-winning amateur astronomer experiences the joy of discovery by helping to reveal some of the asteroid belt's best-kept secrets. Stephens, Robert Oct 1, 2010 2021
John Dobson turns 95. Oct 1, 2010 974
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
Science isn't in the books, it's in the stars and atoms. Siegfried, Tom Editorial Jul 31, 2010 379
Astronomers can watch stars being born. Brief article Jun 1, 2010 303
Cosmic trails 2: Eastern Caribbean, March 6th-13th, 2011. Jun 1, 2010 2330
Close encounters turn asteroids pale. Brief article May 1, 2010 247
The quest for the most massive star: astronomers are conducting a frenetic search for our galaxy's most massive star. (Our Galaxy's Biggest, Brightest Brutes. Naze, Yael May 1, 2010 2463
Can you hear me now? Astronomers reconsider how extraterrestrials could make contact. Quill, Elizabeth Apr 24, 2010 2513
Epsilon Aurigae solved at last? Apr 1, 2010 1868
Reasons for not choosing astronomy: a whimsical look at why amateur astronomy might not be good for your health. Stephenson, Mark Apr 1, 2010 560
Visit to a small planet. Kauffman, Bill Apr 1, 2010 794
Disappearance of Lacaille Plaque. Apr 1, 2010 944
Harold Hill and the south polar region of the moon. Baum, Richard Cover story Apr 1, 2010 7701
Joao de Moraes Pereira (1855-1908): the first Portuguese member of the British Astronomical Association. Bonifacio, Vitor; Malaquias, Isabel; Fernandes, Joao Apr 1, 2010 4199
I want that job! Jarita Holbrook is a cultural astronomer. She studies how people, around the world use the moon and stars in their daily lives. Wallace, Audra Interview Mar 15, 2010 268
Free range. Hamalainen, Karina Brief article Feb 1, 2010 214
Death of Geoffrey Burbidge. Obituary Feb 1, 2010 249
'Developments in amateur astronomy: past, present and future': a special meeting in honour of Sir Patrick Moore to celebrate his 75 years as a BAA member held on 2009 November 21 at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, Albemarle Street, London W1. Arditti, David Feb 1, 2010 2185
Hugh Percival Wilkins, 1896-1960: an appreciation. Leatherbarrow, Bill Feb 1, 2010 2865
R. W. Middleton, 1921-2009. McKim, Richard Obituary Feb 1, 2010 523
Earliest stage of star birth detected: telescope finds dust cloud contracting into prestellar core. Cowen, Ron Jan 16, 2010 542
January 7th, 1610: Galileo observes the satellites of Jupiter. Cavendish, Richard Jan 1, 2010 797
The universe as a system: Ibn Sina's cosmology revisited. Arif, Syamsuddin Critical essay Dec 22, 2009 8972
Mcnaught bags his 50th comet. Brief article Dec 1, 2009 133
Windows on the universe: astronomy's multiwavelength revolution paints a more complete picture of the cosmos. Cowen, Ron Oct 10, 2009 2458
October 1984: pioneering astronomical artist. Robinson, Leif J. Brief article Oct 1, 2009 190
Too many Moons; the contentious issue of moon definition has been resolved by an official organization of experts. Grinspoon, David Oct 1, 2009 523
Become a super amateur: with relatively modest equipment, amateur astronomers can participate in cutting-edge scientific research. Zimmerman, Robert Oct 1, 2009 2180
How I found a supernova: working with a team, a 14-year-old makes an important scientific discovery. Oct 1, 2009 564
The Cosmologist left behind: Edwin Hubble usually gets the credit, but Vesto Slipher was the first to see the signs that the universe is expanding. Bartusiak, Marcia Biography Sep 1, 2009 3072
How online social networks are changing backyard astronomy; electrons are becoming as important as photons to 21st-century amateur astronomers. Kinoshita, Laura K. Sep 1, 2009 1662
Lessons from cosmic past tell about future, present. Siegfried, Tom Editorial Aug 15, 2009 393
Catch a fallen star: for the first time, scientists spotted an asteroid before it struck Earth--and then, incredibly, found pieces of it on the ground. Beatty, J. Kelly Aug 1, 2009 1419
Guarded observations in Tanzania: braving the possibility of becoming a midnight snack for local wildlife, an amateur astronomer shares his love of the sky while on sabbatical in Tanzania. Peterson, Brian Aug 1, 2009 1959
Neil M. Bone (1959-2009). Miles, Richard Obituary Jun 1, 2009 524
Pro-Am collaboration at the National Astronomy Meeting. Pickard, Roger Brief article Jun 1, 2009 262
2 Increased Pro-Am cooperation in spectroscopy delivers results. Leadbeater, Robin Jun 1, 2009 763
The Steavenson Award: Dr Jeremy Shears. Jun 1, 2009 357
The Merlin Medal and Gift: Tom Boles. Jun 1, 2009 457
Kenneth J. Goward (1952-2009). Mobberley, Martin Obituary Jun 1, 2009 1007
Case Rijsdijk receives prestigious NSTF award. Jun 1, 2009 295
Gazing deeper still: four hundred years ago, Galileo and his telescope brought the heavens into focus, setting the stage for modern astronomy. Sobel, Dava May 23, 2009 1591
Pro-am achievement award. Brief article May 1, 2009 124
The 1st Earth-size exoplanet: a newly discovered world may be the planet from hell, but it will open the floodgates to future great discoveries. Tingley, Brandon Cover story May 1, 2009 1812
Astronomers Discovered Earth like Planet. Brief article Apr 21, 2009 187
Countries unite for 100 hours of astronomy. Brief article Apr 2, 2009 277
IYA2009 news and events. Apr 1, 2009 2067
Anthony Patrick Fairall (1943-2008). Woudt, Patrick Obituary Apr 1, 2009 1105
Exoplanets imaged at last: two teams of astronomers have finally achieved one of astronomy's holy grails. Naeye, Robert Mar 1, 2009 1557
Shedding light on Galileo's blindness. Brief article Mar 1, 2009 106
The sky's the limit: this year marks the 400th anniversary of Galileo's telescope. See how astronomers' view of the night sky has changed since then. Hamalainen, Karina Feb 23, 2009 1329
Cool science jobs. Adams, Jacqueline Interview Feb 1, 2009 580
Imaging planets ... this time for sure. Feb 1, 2009 496
The Moon, the telescope, and the birth of the modern world: in 2009 you're surrounded by technology, rather than by candles and farm animals, because of something the telescope helped start. Maran, Stephen P.; Marschall, Laurence A. Feb 1, 2009 3173
Expanding diversity in professional astronomy: we'll need broader ethnic representation to continue the rapid pace of discovery. Norman, Dara J. Feb 1, 2009 543
Milky Way puts on weight: new estimate makes galaxy comparable to Andromeda. Cowen, Ron Jan 31, 2009 456
Still debating Pluto's fate: remember when astronomers thought they'd finally settled on the qualifications for planethood? They couldn't have been more wrong. Beatty, J. Kelly Dec 1, 2008 892
Aries and beyond: small but strong, the magical Ram carries deep-sky enthusiasts into winter. Hewitt-White, Ken Dec 1, 2008 771
Speedy stars. Ornes, Stephen Nov 19, 2008 1703
Frederick's Glory: a defunct constellation houses a diverse set of celestial treats. French, Sue Nov 1, 2008 1633
Ptolemy's Almagest: its dates and the dating of Oxford, All Souls College, ms. 95. Crossley, John N. Critical essay Sep 22, 2008 3183
Amateur finds fastest-spinning asteroid. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 121
European AstroFest 2008: the "stars" at this astronomical gathering are inside the lecture halls. Levy, David H. Conference news Aug 1, 2008 564
Event calendar. Calendar Aug 1, 2008 143
Science & the public. Brief article Jul 5, 2008 228
Out with the old: astronomy shouldn't have to be a zero-sum game. Fienberg, Richard Tresch Jul 1, 2008 401
Tuning in to the universe: coming radio telescopes will tackle big questions like the origin of life and the nature of space and time. Lazio, Joseph; Kramer, Michael; Gaensler, Bryan Jul 1, 2008 2617
A multi-hued palette: with its high trajectory across the skies of North America, the eclipsed Moon delighted millions. Rao, Joe Jul 1, 2008 2671
The Vail Astronomy Unclub: skip the dues, business meetings, and elections--this group gets together to enjoy the heavens. Levy, David H. Jul 1, 2008 799
Yesterday and today: is this the same field I went into 40 years ago? Fienberg, Richard Tresch Jun 1, 2008 393
Really remote observing. Brief article Jun 1, 2008 124
A bump in the night: thirty years ago, an accidental discovery forever changed how we think about far-flung Pluto. Schilling, Govert Biography Jun 1, 2008 2231
Flying off the handle: many fine sights lie on or near the Big Dipper's handle. French, Sue Jun 1, 2008 1124
February's lunar eclipse: the final performance of totality for nearly three years was memorable. Levy, David H. Jun 1, 2008 587
The mystery of the million-mass cloud. Schilling, Govert May 1, 2008 892
Event calendar. Calendar May 1, 2008 142
Eureka! Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article May 1, 2008 181
A friend indeed: Scott Roberts has a passion for bringing astronomy to the public. Levy, David H. Apr 1, 2008 796
Supernova outbreak: X rays signal earliest alert. Cowen, Ron Mar 8, 2008 479
Countdown to 2009: things are looking up for the Year of Astronomy. Fienberg, Richard Tresch Feb 1, 2008 437
Do we really need Jupiter? Brief article Feb 1, 2008 185
Rosetta attacks! Brief article Feb 1, 2008 194
The exoplanet and the amateurs: backyard observers help pin down a distant world's nature. Naeye, Robert Feb 1, 2008 1073
LeVerrier and the discovery of Sirius B: there was more to the discovery of Sirius's white-dwarf companion, now becoming visible again, than is usually told. Holberg, Jay B. Feb 1, 2008 2047
Automated Lunar impacts. Brief article Jan 1, 2008 171
Is a small scope better: after almost 50 years of use, a scope named Echo is still inspiring observers. Levy, David H. Jan 1, 2008 917
Master of the occult: the stars wink for David Dunham. Fienberg, Richard Tresch Dec 1, 2007 395
Event calendar. Calendar Dec 1, 2007 113
Using Galileo to teach Darwin: a developmental and historical approach. Boyd, Craig A. Dec 1, 2007 3931
The great Mars chase of 1907: a century ago Mars came closer to Earth than it had been in a dozen years--and astronomer Percival Lowell came closer than he ever would in making his case that the planet was inhabited. Sheehan, William; Misch, Anthony Nov 1, 2007 2315
Event Calendar. Calendar Nov 1, 2007 141
Event calendar. Calendar Oct 1, 2007 159
How to choose binoculars for stargazing: it's hard to beat binoculars for portability, ease of use, and spectacular wide field views of the starry sky. So it's no wonder that even seasoned observers find them indispensable. Seronik, Gary Oct 1, 2007 2444
Planets of hot massive stars. Deans, Paul Brief article Sep 1, 2007 315
Weighing the Kuiper Belt. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Sep 1, 2007 150
Maintaining relevance: some books are meant to be enjoyed, not merely read. Watson, Thomas T. Sep 1, 2007 636
The wrong earth-like planet. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Aug 1, 2007 122
Proxima's puzzling activity cycle: a red dwarf this small shouldn't have a "solar cycle" at all. Schilling, Govert Aug 1, 2007 354
In Caroline Herschel's footsteps: can you replicate the observations of a pioneering 18th-century deep-sky astronomer? Hoskin, Michael Table Aug 1, 2007 1886
A bigger bang: all type la supernova blasts were thought to come from similar white dwarfs. So how could one be twice as bright as the rest? Stevenson, Davids Jul 1, 2007 2465
Stock answer. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Jul 1, 2007 251
Our Golden Opportunity. Fienberg, Richard Tresch Jun 1, 2007 734
Under Adirondack skies: a relaxed atmosphere and bucolic setting help define a New York star party. Levy, David H. Jun 1, 2007 770
Astronomers unearth a cataclysmic corpse. MacRobert, Alan May 1, 2007 853
McNaught's passing fancy: we knew Comet McNaught was coming, but we didn't realize that it would put on such a great show. Beatty, J. Kelly; Bryant, Greg May 1, 2007 2020
Our nearest stellar neighbors: stars near and bright fill the sky tonight. Bryant, Greg May 1, 2007 679
Pits of contention: tiny craters had a huge impact on our understanding of the Moon. Wood, Charles A. May 1, 2007 889
Build bridges through the sky: one people, one sky. Astronomers without borders. Simmons, Mike May 1, 2007 649
Superduper Supernova: the most luminous supernova ever observed raises important questions about how massive stars end their lives. Naeye, Robert Apr 1, 2007 1010
Deep survey yields first results: COSMOS has mapped the 3-D distribution of dark matter. Naeye, Robert Apr 1, 2007 416
April 1957. Robinson, Leif J. Apr 1, 2007 135
Battlefield galactica: dark matter vs. MOND. Schilling, Govert Apr 1, 2007 2964
A lesson in what we don't know: knowledge can be enlightening but so can mystery. Shaberman, Ben A. Apr 1, 2007 681
An ancient building block of life. Tytell, David Brief article Mar 1, 2007 207
Hubble confirms a cosmic jerk. Coffey Valerie C. Brief article Mar 1, 2007 268
Cosmic code breakers: not all professional astronomers use observatories to ply their trade. Some are hard at work in the laboratory, unraveling the mysteries of the universe. Savin, Daniel Wolf; McCall, Benjamin J.; Kirby, Kate Mar 1, 2007 2410
Mercury leaps up down under: for Southern Hemisphere viewers, this March the elusive innermost planet puts on its best apparition in ages. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2007 1167
March's twilight lunar eclipse: for Americans, the March 3rd total eclipse of the moon will be entangled with twilight and the eastern horizon. MacRobert, Alan Table Mar 1, 2007 1072
Mira in the Sunset. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Mar 1, 2007 220
Tiny planet crosses huge star: sunspots ushered Mercury on and off the Sun 's disk last November. Flanders, Tony Mar 1, 2007 487
The lives of open clusters. MacRobert, Alan Mar 1, 2007 334
Plethora of puffy planets: astronomers are finding too many inflated hot Jupiters. Feb 1, 2007 382
Upcoming asteroid occultations: the next few weeks offer many chances to see small solar-system bodies momentarily hide stars. Dunham, David W. Feb 1, 2007 576
The day on fire. Wilde, Dana Jan 1, 2007 5789
Observing the planets in 2007: each planet is unique, displaying a very different personality to the telescopic observer. MacRobert, Alan M. Jan 1, 2007 2892
Heavenly reward: astronomers learned long ago that they could earn a living by promising people the stars. Krupp, E.C. Jan 1, 2007 1092
Robert Evans: supernova champ: an Australian amateur astronomer has made more supernova discoveries by eye than all other visual observers combined. Aguirre, Edwin L. Jan 1, 2007 1182
Hilltop holdouts. Fienberg, Richard Tresch Brief article Jan 1, 2007 274

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