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Sky at a glance. Calendar May 1, 2014 235
Planetary Almanac. Calendar May 1, 2014 576
Sun, Moon & Planets: Saturn all night: the ringed planet is at opposition to the Sun this month. Schaaf, Fred May 1, 2014 895
Deep-sky wonders: galaxy time: some remarkable spiral galaxies swarm around the star 6 Comae. French, Sue May 1, 2014 1677
Celestial Calendar: a new comet PanSTARRS: a comet sails by the Big Dipper, glowing at 7th or 8th magnitude we think. MacRobert, Alan. Calendar May 1, 2014 2596
Unraveling NGC 6946: this far-northern galaxy's spiral arms are unusually easy to resolve. Gottlieb, Steve Jul 1, 2013 802
Sky at a glance. Calendar Jul 1, 2013 331
July planet pairings: Venus passes regulus, and Jupiter pairs with Mars. Jul 1, 2013 880
Planetary almanac. Chart Jul 1, 2013 564
The nearest star for northerners: Barnard's star is the closest known thing to the solar system after Alpha Centauri. MacRobert, Alan Jul 1, 2013 634
April's Lyrid meteors: dodge the Moon to catch this not-so-predictable April shower. Apr 1, 2013 450
Lunar occultation. MacRobert, Alan Apr 1, 2013 379
Action at Jupiter. Apr 1, 2013 1458
The ghost of Jupiter: hydra hosts an assortment of galactic and extragalactic objects. French, Sue Apr 1, 2013 1637
Sky at a glance. Chart Apr 1, 2013 195
Planetary almanac. Chart Apr 1, 2013 505
Hercules and his enemies: two great constellations are linked in legend with the celestial strongman. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2013 631
Saturn rules the night: the ringed planet comes to opposition in late April. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2013 804
Sky at a glance. Mar 1, 2013 270
Planetary almanac. Chart Mar 1, 2013 484
Giants in the dark: jupiter and saturn take turns shining high on march nights. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2013 871
Comet PanSTARRS at dusk: awaited for nearly two years, will it be a spectacle or a speck? MacRobert, Alan Mar 1, 2013 455
The Jupiter watch. Calendar Nov 1, 2011 1625
Poor Will's COUNTRYSIDE Almanack deep winter, late winter & earliest spring of 2011. Felker, W. L. Jan 1, 2011 4719
November 2010. Nov 1, 2010 403
Sun and planets, November 2010. Statistical data Nov 1, 2010 624
Giants at dusk and dawn: Jupiter dominates the evening sky; Saturn rises high by daybreak. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2010 886
A cloudy Mars in 2010: though small, Mars was bustling with activity during the recent apparition. Parker, Don; Beish, Jeff Nov 1, 2010 978
The meteors of autumn: several very different showers sweep across Earth in October and November. MacRobert, Alan Nov 1, 2010 1164
Phenomena of Jupiter's Moons, November 2010. MacRobert, Alan Nov 1, 2010 1222
October 2010. Oct 1, 2010 457
Binocular highlight: Sagitta's Messier. Seronik, Gary Oct 1, 2010 483
Colors of Uranus and Neptune: green and blue? It's not that simple. MacRobert, Alan Sep 1, 2010 1717
Jupiter's great red spot. Brief article Sep 1, 2010 250
Binocular highlight: riding the scorpion. Seronik, Gary Jul 1, 2010 530
Sun and planets, July 2010. Jul 1, 2010 477
Celestial soiree: four of the five bright planets gather at dusk in the second half of July. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2010 821
Off the beaten path in Southern Hercules: one bright nebula and a dozen dim galaxies reward the patient observer. Hewitt-White, Ken Jul 1, 2010 736
Night of the Scorpion: diverse splendors perch on the stinger of Scorpius. French, Sue Jul 1, 2010 1497
July 2010. Brief article Jul 1, 2010 260
December 2009. Calendar Dec 1, 2009 391
Sun and planets, December 2009. Table Dec 1, 2009 508
Phenomena of Jupiter's moons, December 2009. Calendar Dec 1, 2009 1264
Making the most of mars: the red planet is returning, but this time it won't come very close. MacRobert, Alan Dec 1, 2009 1685
The prime of Pegasus; the Winged Horse points to other autumn celestial highlights. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2009 565
November 2009. Brief article Nov 1, 2009 279
Binocular highlight: Messier Morsels. Seronik, Gary Nov 1, 2009 507
Sun and planets, November 2009. Table Nov 1, 2009 1682
A special asteroid occultation; an asteroid that seems to be binary will black out a star visible in binoculars. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Nov 1, 2009 275
Minima of Algol. Table Nov 1, 2009 124
One against four: the king of planets rules the evening sky; all the other bright planets cavort at dawn. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2009 941
Jupiter's moons continue their mutual events: mark these observing treats on your celestial calendar. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2009 1904
Algol rising. Brief article Oct 1, 2009 208
Moons of Uranus and Neptune. Brief article Oct 1, 2009 275
Splashing around the dolphin: tiny Delphinus holds a surprising variety of deep-sky objects. French, Sue Oct 1, 2009 1468
Binocular highlight: Milky Way messiers. Seronik, Gary Sep 1, 2009 495
Uranus, Neptune ... and Juno? Two outer planets and an unusually close asteroid await your view this season. MacRobert, Alan Sep 1, 2009 1677
Sagittarius star cities: the globular clusters that hover near the galactic core are amazingly diverse. French, Sue Sep 1, 2009 1533
August 2009. Calendar Aug 1, 2009 377
Planetary Almanac. Table Aug 1, 2009 539
A month for giants: Jupiter takes center stage as Saturn disappears into the sunset. Scaaf, Fred Aug 1, 2009 918
IFR by the sun and stars: not that long ago crews flew thousands of miles with no navigational aids except the sky itself. It's such an elegant solution. Castlen, Bill Aug 1, 2009 2065
July 2009. Brief article Jul 1, 2009 357
Binocular highlight: Antares globulars. Seronik, Gary Jul 1, 2009 474
Sun and planets, July 2009. Table Jul 1, 2009 620
Mismatched planetary pairs: in July dazzling Venus teams up with modest Mars, and bright Jupiter partners with faint Neptune. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2009 925
Variable-Star Maxima. Table Jul 1, 2009 500
The normal phenomena of Jupiter's Moons, July. Table Jul 1, 2009 1212
June 2009. Calendar Jun 1, 2009 363
Sun and planets, June 2009. Calendar Jun 1, 2009 582
A month for early risers: all but one of the planets is visible at dawn in the second half of June. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2009 1100
The toughening Pluto challenge: catch the lonely dwarf planet before it heads into the thick of the Milky Way. Brief article Jun 1, 2009 318
Herald of the summer Milky Way: the Serpent Bearer is marching up into the evening sky, trailing a wealth of stars and clusters. Flanders, Tony Jun 1, 2009 2338
Binocular highlight: spring globular M3. Seronik, Gary Jun 1, 2009 485
April 2009. Calendar Apr 1, 2009 405
Binocular highlight: M48 in the desert. Seronik, Gary Apr 1, 2009 481
Sun and planets, April 2009. Calendar Apr 1, 2009 708
Going like sixty: going down for the count, Mesopotamian style. Krupp, E.C. Nov 1, 2007 1168
A trio of Bootes duos. Seronik, Gary Jun 1, 2007 561
Watch Saturn March on Venus: two planets close to within a finger-width of each other in late June. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2007 1267
Sun and planets, June 2007. Table Jun 1, 2007 916
Jupiter's red spot. Table Jun 1, 2007 893
Where Virgo walks: as we approach midyear, the rich galaxy fields of eastern Virgo beckon. French, Sue Jun 1, 2007 1868
M67: cancer's other cluster. Seronik, Gary Apr 1, 2007 519
Planets of dusk and dawn: Venus and Saturn shine in the evening. Catch Jupiter and Mars at daybreak. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2007 979
The moons of Saturn. MacRobert, Alan Table Apr 1, 2007 1169
The moons of Jupiter. MacRobert, Alan Table Apr 1, 2007 1283
The Lion's lair: April is galaxy time. French, Sue Apr 1, 2007 1719
Lost in time. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Apr 1, 2007 242
Sirius blazes forth: Sirius, the night's brightest star, holds center stage in March. Bryant, Greg Mar 1, 2007 728
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
Evening stars. MacRobert, Alan M. Apr 1, 2004 451
Theft of Light : The mythology of the mischievous ravens and crows has spanned continents. If you enjoy sunshine, thank a raven. Krupp, E. C. Mar 1, 2000 1466
Bright bones of the winter sky. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 1998 1008
A star-hop in the heart of Orion. MacRobert, Alan M. Jan 1, 1998 3120
Understanding celestial coordinates. MacRobert, Alan M. Sep 1, 1995 1463
Star compass. Cameron, Layne Jun 1, 1995 203
An army of galaxies. Lovi, George Column May 1, 1993 646

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