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Navy resumes celestial navigation course. Dickinson, David Brief article Jul 1, 2016 115
Hercules and his enemies: two great constellations are linked in legend with the celestial strongman. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2013 631
Sky at a glance. Chart Apr 1, 2013 195
Planetary almanac. Chart Apr 1, 2013 505
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
Sky at a glance. Mar 1, 2013 270
Messier marathon season: binocular highlight. Seronik, Gary Brief article Mar 1, 2013 297
Planetary almanac. Chart Mar 1, 2013 484
Fantasian skies: some star myths span entire sectors of the sky. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2013 587
Binocular highlight: Auriga's Messier trio. Seronik, Gary Dec 1, 2010 500
Planetary almanac. Dec 1, 2010 621
The Geminid meteors. Dec 1, 2010 1576
The meteors of autumn: several very different showers sweep across Earth in October and November. MacRobert, Alan Nov 1, 2010 1164
Giants at dusk and dawn: Jupiter dominates the evening sky; Saturn rises high by daybreak. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2010 886
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
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack for early spring & middle spring 2009. Felker, W.L. Chronology Mar 1, 2009 4652
Layers of constellations: two rows of bright constellations span April's western sky. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2007 531
Never lose track of the north. Oct 1, 2000 1058
Medieval Arab navigation on the Indian Ocean: latitude determinations. Clark, Alfred Jul 1, 1993 9001

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