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Treasures & tarantula: researchers eagerly study a prodigious star-making factory in our galactic backyard. Nov 1, 2017 2899
Highway to heaven: traveling for astronomy can bestow uncommon, and unforeseen, benefits. May 1, 2016 577
Planetary sentinel: while keeping watch on the planets, Australian amateur astrophotographer Anthony Wesley discovered two impacts on Jupiter. Sep 1, 2011 2998
Binocular comet Lulin. Brief article Mar 1, 2009 147
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article Feb 1, 2009 164
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article Jan 1, 2009 183
At this time of year. Brief article Dec 1, 2008 161
Grus, the crane. Brief article Nov 1, 2008 116
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 164
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article Aug 1, 2008 145
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article Jul 1, 2008 158
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article Jun 1, 2008 151
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article May 1, 2008 160
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article Apr 1, 2008 163
Southern Hemisphere's Sky. Brief article Mar 1, 2008 129
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article Jan 1, 2008 160
The southward plunge of comet Tuttle: this binocular comet will glow high overhead on December and January evenings. Calendar Jan 1, 2008 1185
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article Nov 1, 2007 167
Southern hemisphere's sky. Brief article Oct 1, 2007 176
Toward the south celestial pole: polar skies also change with the seasons. Sep 1, 2007 578
South of Scorpius: lesser-known Ara and Norma are full of interest. Aug 1, 2007 621
Changes in Scorpius: the sky can be surprisingly dynamic. Jul 1, 2007 649
Constellations big and small: June evenings offer contrasting constellations. Jun 1, 2007 651
Vesta shines its brightest in 18 years: you may be surprised at how easy it is to see this extra naked-eye "planet.". Jun 1, 2007 689
Our nearest stellar neighbors: stars near and bright fill the sky tonight. May 1, 2007 679
Clustered along the Milky Way: April's Milky Way is filled with clusters. Apr 1, 2007 703
Sirius blazes forth: Sirius, the night's brightest star, holds center stage in March. Mar 1, 2007 728
Hopping around the Hare: although surrounded by brighter stars, Lepus, the Hare, has a lot to offer on February evenings. Feb 1, 2007 671
The river of the night: going with the flow on January evenings means a trip down Eridanus, the River. Jan 1, 2007 693
Galaxy season: there are more galaxies than our own Milky Way to admire on December evenings. Column Dec 1, 2006 623
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. Dec 1, 2006 774
Renamed and reborn: stars don't have to be bright to be interesting. Nov 1, 2006 669
A binocular comet for fall: in the evening sky right after dusk, comet SWAN may be 6th or 7th magnitude in October and 8th to 9th in November. Nov 1, 2006 1008
Epsilon Indi up close: every star has a story to tell, but some are more interesting than others. Oct 1, 2006 643
Springtime surprises in Pavo: the celestial Peacock holds many treats for observers. Sep 1, 2006 678
The Heart of the Scorpion: our midyear evenings are dominated by one of the sky's most magnificent constellations. Aug 1, 2006 647
Fireworks in Lupus: this year marks the 1,000th anniversary of the brightest supernova on record. Jul 1, 2006 664
Fly me to the cross: the Milky Way gets top billing in June's evening sky. Editorial Jun 1, 2006 702
Beacons of the night: dazzling stars adorn May's evening skies. May 1, 2006 692
A very close comet flyby: Comet Schwassmann-Wachmann 3 should delight binocular observers in late April and May. May 1, 2006 2012
Sailing along the galactic plane: April evenings in the Southern Hemisphere are a fine time to peruse our home galaxy. Apr 1, 2006 673
An enjoyable latitude: appreciating the sky is as much about your latitude as it is about your attitude. Mar 1, 2006 720
A lifetime in Orion: the bright stars of Orion can be seen from everywhere on Earth, making it one of the best-known constellations. Feb 1, 2006 668
Tales of the Bull: Taurus is often visited by the Moon--and by comets! Jan 1, 2006 725
Deep-sea nights: astronomers, like anglers casting a fly, never know what their telescopes might pull in. Dec 1, 2005 705
Migrating South: winged constellations take flight on November nights. Nov 1, 2005 727
Contrasts in Capricornus: October's sky is a study in contrasts and coincidences. Oct 1, 2005 739
Stellar sights in Sagittarius: bright planets and the center of our galaxy dominate the evening sky as the Southern Hemisphere heads into spring. Sep 1, 2005 709
A shielded arm: size doesn't matter when it comes to how stellar a constellation appears to the unaided eye. Aug 1, 2005 739
Sagittarius's stellar playgrounds. Jul 1, 2005 409
Pointers to the night's diversity: July's evening sky is filled with a variety of interesting objects. Jul 1, 2005 665
Exploring Lacaille's deep sky: on June evenings we can follow in the footsteps of a southern-sky pioneer. Jun 1, 2005 662
Targeting comet Tempel 1: keep watch on this comet before, during, and after its collision with the Deep Impact probe. Jun 1, 2005 838
Comet lost and found. Jun 1, 2005 661
Modern star groups of the South. May 1, 2005 667
A first-class night. Apr 1, 2005 762
A tour of Argo Navis. Mar 1, 2005 940
Movable feast. Mar 1, 2005 225
The distant night sky. Feb 1, 2005 730
On first sighting Dorado. Jan 1, 2005 665
Achernar and the Scupltor group. Dec 1, 2004 593
Flocks of Toucans. Nov 1, 2004 759
SpringEs fab four. Oct 1, 2004 675
Feathers and crowns. Sep 1, 2004 720
Surprises in the Milky Way. Aug 1, 2004 713
Winter's altar. Jun 1, 2004 697
Tails across the sky. May 1, 2004 594
When to see the southern sky. Apr 1, 2004 658
Touring some nearby star clusters. Mar 1, 2004 711
Canine tales and a pup. Feb 1, 2004 668
A midsummer's hunt. Jan 1, 2004 592
Neighborhood watch: show some of our nearest stellar neighbors to your earthbound neighbors. Dec 1, 2003 637
Island Universes. Nov 1, 2003 699
The water-filled sky. Oct 1, 2003 593
Comets on parade. Oct 1, 2003 2479
Celestial pathways: wait until midmonth, when evenings are moonless, and look west for the zodiacal light. Sep 1, 2003 634
X Sagittarii: a star toward our galaxy's heart. Sep 1, 2003 540
Cities among the stars. Aug 1, 2003 615
Stellar nurseries and associations. Jul 1, 2003 623
Galaxies Near and Far. Jun 1, 2003 635
Unveiling the Centaur. May 1, 2003 705
Setting sail in the stellar winds. Apr 1, 2003 667
Vesta in Virgo: a naked-eye asteroid. Apr 1, 2003 1083
Views from the ship's stern. Mar 1, 2003 663
Brave new worlds. Nov 1, 2002 776
Peering past the peacock's tail. Sep 1, 2002 637
A decade of soaking up southern starshine. Aug 1, 2002 1038
Heads up for the scorpion. Aug 1, 2002 568
Fly-fishing in the OB stream. Jun 1, 2002 523
A cross, a box, and a sack. May 1, 2002 693
A pair of naked-eye comets. May 1, 2002 433
Embarking on a southern-sky voyage. Apr 1, 2002 726
Astronomy under the southern cross. Feb 1, 1999 2006

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