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Stargazing calendar for 2021. Paredes, Raffy Calendar Jan 11, 2021 573
Celestial and Terrestrial Constellations: Relationality and Migration in Rebecca Belmore's Biinjiya'iing Onji (From Inside). Moradipour, Maral Critical essay Sep 1, 2019 8512
Poor Will's COUNTRYSIDE almanack: Late Autumn and Early Winter of 2018. Felker, W.L. Nov 1, 2018 702
Lost in the Glare: Some interesting objects await imagers who can tear their cameras away from the showpieces of the night skies. Brecher, Ron Oct 1, 2018 3359
GALLERY. Oct 1, 2018 326
No Planet X in the Kuiper Belt? Barbuzano, Javier Sep 1, 2018 339
Cygnus Puzzlers: Get to know these deep-sky strangers this summer. French, Sue Aug 1, 2018 1772
Is 'Oumuamua Pancake-Shaped? Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Jul 1, 2018 277
Fifteen Steps to Forever: Use these well-know observing targets as incremental stepping stones into the cosmic past. Wedel, Mathew Jun 1, 2018 2780
A Feast for the Eyes: To the author, one indelible night of observing could hardly have been more delectable. Weeks, Todd Essay Jun 1, 2018 558
The name game. Mazlin, Steven Oct 1, 2017 548
Homing in on a fast radio burst. Schilling, Govert Brief article Aug 17, 2017 253
NASA's lunar orbiter takes a hit. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Aug 17, 2017 170
The solar eclipse for the rest of us. MacRobert, Alan Aug 1, 2017 2096
Observing: August 2017. Brief article Aug 1, 2017 258
Mystery Object in Cygnus A. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Apr 1, 2017 211
Twelve steps to infinity: use these observing favorites to get a sense of our place in cosmic history. Wedel, Mathew Dec 1, 2016 2421
Sky watch. Brief article Nov 1, 2016 138
Out-of-this-world landscapes. Crockett, Christopher Brief article Sep 3, 2016 221
Kuiper Belt: Dwarf Planet 2007 [OR.sub.10]: Big & Dark. Zeyher, Allen Brief article Sep 1, 2016 268
Observing through a truly large telescope: the author and friends enjoyed a memorable night of observing through what was once the world's largest telescope. Naeye, Robert Sep 1, 2016 3304
Lonely hearts of summer: visit some of these less-frequented destinations this season. French, Sue Sep 1, 2016 1569
Leo by night, Lions by day: travel to the Heart of Africa's National Parks for an observing adventure of a lifetime. Howes, Nick Jun 1, 2016 1537
Solar system: most distant object found. Beatty, J. Kelly Mar 1, 2016 351
Sky at a glance. Calendar Feb 1, 2016 242
What's in the sky tonight? Jan 1, 2016 1957
Next target for new horizons. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Dec 1, 2015 160
Scaling of body masses and orbital periods in the solar system. Muller, Hartmut Apr 1, 2015 1471
Birkeland currents: a force-free field-aligned model. Scott, Donald E. Report Apr 1, 2015 8621
In praise of serious dark: a trip to Big Bend--a Dark Sky Park--opens unimaginable new vistas overhead. Ritter, Howard L., Jr. Feb 1, 2015 548
Basic observing skills. Jan 1, 2015 2777
Far As "Eye" can see: test your long-distance vision in December's skies. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2014 625
Celestial anarchy: a threat to outer space commerce? Salter, Alexander W.; Leeson, Peter T. Report Sep 22, 2014 5468
Planetary mnemonics and mnore. Brief article Aug 1, 2014 351
Binding energy and equilibrium of compact objects. Germano, Massimo Report Apr 1, 2014 7701
Amateur optical tracking in South Africa during 1957-2014. Roberts, Greg Apr 1, 2014 3939
Get lost in space. Consolmagno, Guy Feb 1, 2014 2276
Celestial highlights of 2014. Calendar Jan 1, 2014 613
Phronesis: Vol. 58, No. 1, 2013. Report Sep 1, 2013 515
Gallery. Walker, Sean Brief article Jul 1, 2013 288
Imaging the Messier marathon. McConahay, Alex Apr 1, 2013 1976
From Handel to Hydra: naming planets, moons & craters. Lopes, Rosaly Nov 1, 2012 2383
September 2012. Calendar Sep 1, 2012 231
Sky search. Cheetham, Leonie Mar 1, 2012 597
Eyeball cosmology. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2012 469
Sky watching. Harada, Gail N. Brief article Sep 22, 2011 328
New light on the Voorwerp. Brief article Jun 1, 2011 280
The AAVSO's new sky survey: the world's premier variable-star organization begins its second century with one of the greatest photometric surveys ever undertaken. Henden, Arne Jun 1, 2011 1754
June 2011. Calendar Jun 1, 2011 388
Binocular sights for city nights plan well, and even a light-polluted sky offers riches for binocular astronomy. Bartlett, Hugh Jun 1, 2011 1384
Cosmology and transformation in the work of Michelle Stuart. Filippone, Christine Critical essay Mar 22, 2011 7795
Gravity, shaper of worlds. MacRobert, Alan Mar 1, 2011 413
February 2011. Calendar Feb 1, 2011 360
Binocular Highlight: M50 in Monoceros. Seronik, Gary Feb 1, 2011 1147
What's observable tonight? Relf, Graham Feb 1, 2011 2068
The UK daylight fireball of 2009 December 19. Entwisle, Len Feb 1, 2011 1548
Sky notes: 2011 February & March. Potter, Callum Feb 1, 2011 1202
How should we respond to the stars? Heffern, Rich Interview Jan 7, 2011 1661
Analysis of the zonal waves of tide generating potential caused by celestial bodies/ Dangaus kunu lemiamo potvynio potencialo zoniniu bangu analize. Petroskevicius, Petras; Popovas, Darius Report Dec 1, 2010 2483
The universe's communion of subjects. Heffern, Rich Sep 17, 2010 812
Valuation of the impact of celestial bodies on the equipotential surface of the Earth's gravity field/Potvynio potencialo itakos sunkio lauko ekvipotencialiniam pavirsiui vertinimas. Petroskevicius, Petras; Popovas, Darius Report Sep 1, 2010 2271
Powerful forces out in the depths of the vast universe make nature's destructive powers pale into significance. May 29, 2010 330
Imagining other worlds: space artists help us visualize planets and moons that humans have only glimpsed. Caroll, Michael Apr 1, 2010 1598
Gallery. Walker, Sean Brief article Apr 1, 2010 241
Gallery. Walker, Sean Oct 1, 2009 305
Hubble update. McDowell, Jonathan Brief article Sep 1, 2009 166
Spitzer enters warm phase. McDowell, Jonathan Brief article Sep 1, 2009 242
September 2009. Brief article Sep 1, 2009 359
Poor Will's countryside: Almanack for early and middle autumn of 2009. Felker, W.L. Calendar Sep 1, 2009 4269
My God, it's full of moonlets! A recent discovery blurs the line between amateurs and professionals. Grinspoon, David Jul 1, 2009 604
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack for early & middle spring of 2009. Felker, W.L. May 1, 2009 4709
May 2009. May 1, 2009 441
Sun and planets, May 2009. Table May 1, 2009 623
An all-planet month: with binoculars and telescopes, you can see all the planets during nights in May--though not all at once. Schaaf, Fred May 1, 2009 934
Spectacular object seen streaking across the Cape Town sky. Koorts, Willie Apr 1, 2009 1146
Cardinal directions in Chinese language: their cultural, social and symbolic meanings. Chen, Qun Rene Essay Apr 1, 2009 6288
Living with light pollution: don't let city lights squelch your love of stargazing. Flanders, Tony Feb 1, 2009 2494
Deep-sky. Jan 1, 2009 3587
The sky. Forma, Ray Dec 1, 2008 1834
Data mining astro-gold: there could be surprising discoveries lurking in your astrophotos. Mortfield, Paul Dec 1, 2008 1659
Local astronomer credited with comet find. Petten, Cheryl Nov 1, 2008 1341
Our galaxy. Sep 16, 2008 2716
The Sagittarius crazy quilt: this busy part of the sky harbors kitchenware, a weapon, and a bizarre half-human creature. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2008 554
Twilight threesome: August's evening planet dance continues into September, but now minus Saturn. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2008 1496
August 2008: sky at a glance. Table Aug 1, 2008 370
Street-level stargazing: can you improve your celestial outlook by becoming a sidewalk astronomer? Frybarger, Duane Aug 1, 2008 576
July 2008 sky at a glance. Calendar Jul 1, 2008 314
Evening encounters: Mars passes extraordinarily close to Regulus and Saturn in twilight. Schaaf, Fred Table Jul 1, 2008 1672
The sky. Forma, Ray Jun 1, 2008 1204
June 2008: sky at a glance. Calendar Jun 1, 2008 302
Binocular highlight: Messiers near and far. Seronik, Gary Jun 1, 2008 588
A marvelous midsummer night: this year, northerners' shortest nights are packed with planetary action. Schaaf, Fred Table Jun 1, 2008 1509
Eureka! Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article May 1, 2008 181
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack for late spring and early summer 2008. Felker, W.L. Calendar May 1, 2008 4653
State of the universe: microwave glow powers cosmic insights. Cowen, Ron Table Mar 15, 2008 550
The ceiling murals of Kizil as a symbol of the Buddhist universe. Lihui, Miao Report Mar 1, 2008 4570
A day at the races: Helios's chariot laps the Moon daily. Krupp, E.C. Mar 1, 2008 987
Celestial Almanac. Calendar Mar 1, 2008 382
Planetary parade: Saturn follows Mars across the evening sky, and Jupiter climbs ever higher at dawn. Schaaf, Fred Calendar Mar 1, 2008 946
The moons of Jupiter and Saturn. MacRobert, Alan Mar 1, 2008 907
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
Gallery: astrophotos from our readers. Photograph Mar 1, 2008 345
January 2008 sky at a glance. Brief article Jan 1, 2008 261
Binocular highlight: M is for Messier. Seronik, Gary Jan 1, 2008 530
Gallery: astrophotos from our readers. Brief article Jan 1, 2008 306
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack For Deep Winter & Early Spring 2008. Felker, W.L. Jan 1, 2008 2949
Celestial almanac. Dec 1, 2007 388
Astrophotos from our readers. Dec 1, 2007 390
The winged horse: here are some fascinating deep-sky objects in Pegasus that'll delight you and challenge you at the same time. French, Sue Nov 1, 2007 1718
Astrophotos from our readers. Photograph Nov 1, 2007 322
Two planets dance with Regulus: step out early in the morning to see the fine show in the eastern sky. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2007 787
Astrophotos from our readers. Photograph Oct 1, 2007 365
Cosmic perspectives: how to grasp the true grandeur of deep-sky splendors. Kane, Phillip Table Sep 1, 2007 2218
Venus at its height: four planets line up across the evening sky in May. Schaaf, Fred May 1, 2007 1220
Sun and planets, May 2007. May 1, 2007 551
Global warming. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article May 1, 2007 179
Solar System Dynamics: Regular and Chaotic Motion. Topic overview Jan 1, 2007 20780
Planetary Exploration Missions. Topic overview Jan 1, 2007 10799
Sky diary 2007: a full year's celestial sights, delights, and highlights. Seronik, Gary Jan 1, 2007 1575
Observing on the edge: if you think the Andromeda Galaxy is a challenge to see with the unaided eye, try looking for its dim details. O'Meara, Stephen James Dec 1, 2006 789
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
Sovereign splendors: a royal tapestry of celestial sights awaits you in the northern autumn sky. French, Sue Nov 1, 2006 1550
Solar system small fry: stellar blinks reveal tiny bodies near Pluto. Cowen, R. Aug 12, 2006 485
Canes redux: June's evening sky holds a bevy of interesting galaxies for deep-sky hunters. French, Sue Jun 1, 2006 1879
Schrodinger equation and the quantization of celestial systems. Smarandache, Florentin; Christianto, Vic Apr 1, 2006 3517
Winter wonders: star-studded January skies offer deep-sky treats for every size telescope. French, Sue Jan 1, 2006 1597
The celestial symphony: every step outside clear evening to enjoy the music of the stars. Hewitt-White, Ken Jan 1, 2006 3021
Navigating the Great Celestial Sea: finding this month's faint, "fishy" constellations can be a challenge, especially for city observers. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2006 590
Suzaku. McDowell, Jonathan Brief Article Nov 1, 2005 196
Skin deep: tattoos have left a permanent mark on astronomical history. Krupp, E.C. Nov 1, 2005 1077
A really big story: the Andromeda-Perseus myth covers 12 percent of the celestial sphere. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2005 569
Conquering Kuma. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Nov 1, 2005 253
From 1950 to 2000. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief Article Nov 1, 2005 235
The new kings of the Kuiper Belt: three new Kuiper Belt discoveries, including one larger than Pluto, have transformed the landscape of the outer solar system. Tytell, David Oct 1, 2005 1827
And science too. Henden, Arne Oct 1, 2005 427
GALEX sees ultraviolet explosion. Johnston, Liza R. Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 253
Using the star chart. Seronik, Gary Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 237
Awesome August. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Aug 1, 2005 239
Starry skies to count on: an idea that is not (only) for the birds. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2005 666
Pointers to the night's diversity: July's evening sky is filled with a variety of interesting objects. Bryant, Greg Jul 1, 2005 665
What's in a name? The two most important orbs in our lives surely deserve to be called something better. Robbins, Randy S. Jun 1, 2005 676
Dueling morning stars. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2005 3910
Gamma view of a big blast. Brief Article Dec 11, 2004 167
Belt tightening: icy orbs are surprisingly small. Shiga, D. Nov 20, 2004 526
Bootids and space junk. Flanders, Tony Nov 1, 2004 382
Meteorites quickly reach Earth. Brief Article Aug 14, 2004 223
Digging for gold. O'meara, Stephen James Aug 1, 2004 1050
Did another galaxy send us Arcturus? Schilling, Govert Feb 1, 2004 618
Sun, Moon, and the planets in February. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 2004 1488
Full observatory control. Goldman, Stuart Product/Service Evaluation Jan 1, 2004 133
Akira Inaka's 3-D universe: join this Japanese space artist on a visual odyssey of discovery. O'Meara, Stephen James Dec 1, 2003 1415
The oldest, weirdest planet. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2003 1234
Secret documents rewrite the discovery of Neptune. Sheehan, William Jul 1, 2003 682
A 21st-century logbook. Foust, Jeff Jul 1, 2003 687
T. G. I. summer. Goldman, Stuart Jul 1, 2003 573
Global warming on Mars?. Sheehan, William Jul 1, 2003 630
In the shadow of Copernicus. Wood, Charles A. Jul 1, 2003 683
Getting star and nebula colors right in CCD imaging. Goldman, Don S. Jul 1, 2003 3076
Pagans in the sky. (Language Corner). Bucher, Marcel Feb 1, 2003 413
the puzzles of planethood. Kaisler, Denise Aug 1, 2002 3120
Toward a planet paradigm. Stern, S. Alan; Levison, Harold F. Aug 1, 2002 2683
calendar notes. Aug 1, 2002 1316
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
The sun, moon, and planets in October. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2000 1350
Calendar notes. Oct 1, 2000 1391

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