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Into the Lion's Den: It's deep, it's dark, but this night-time hideaway is also full of galaxies. French, Sue Mar 18, 2018 1747
Speaking of Gemini ... Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Mar 18, 2018 411
The Snake in Spring: Step into the serpent's curves to explore the Hydra I Galaxy Cluster. Gottlieb, Steve Mar 18, 2018 2665
Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Brief article Mar 18, 2018 106
Fields of Gold. Wedel, Mathew Mar 18, 2018 384
April Showers: The Lyrids, the capricious' meteors of spring, are predicted to peak on April 22nd. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Mar 18, 2018 409
Oumuamua: Tumbling & Silent. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Mar 18, 2018 287
New Observations of Boyajian's Star. Bochanski, John Brief article Mar 18, 2018 282
Metal-enriched Stars Host Closer Planets. Young, Monica Brief article Mar 18, 2018 168
Did Colliding Neutron Stars Choke Their Own Jet? Hall, Shannon Mar 18, 2018 336
Exoplanet Loops Over Star's Pole. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Mar 18, 2018 151
Ordered Galaxies in Chaotic Early Universe. Young, Monica Brief article Mar 18, 2018 256
The FIRST Galaxies: Astronomers are traveling backwards in time to observe our universe's early history. Geach, James Mar 18, 2018 3417
The Little Galaxie That Can: Star-making dwarf galaxies with just a trace of oxygen provide insight into the nature of the first galaxies, how they spawned their stars, and even the Big Bang itself. Croswell, Ken Mar 18, 2018 3050
Deeper View of Hubble's Deep Field. Young, Monica Mar 1, 2018 306
Infant Stars Huddle Near Black Hole. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Mar 1, 2018 305
55 Cancri e Has an Atmosphere. Young, Monica Mar 1, 2018 317
Most Distant Black Hole. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Mar 1, 2018 143
Star factories: When galaxies interact, stars form in SPECTACULAR fashion. Jakiel, Richard Cover story Mar 1, 2018 3119
What Makes a Great Astrophoto? Recognizing what goes into an outstanding image can help to improve your own work. Walker, Sean Cover story Mar 1, 2018 2654
OBSERVING March 2018. Brief article Mar 1, 2018 334
Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Calendar Mar 1, 2018 112
Turning Point. Wedel, Mathew Mar 1, 2018 398
Colors and Clusters: You don't have to wait for summer nights to see a pleasingly colored double star. Schaaf, Fred Column Mar 1, 2018 672
The Return of the Planets: March ushers in all five bright planets, and if you're lucky, you might be able to spot Uranus at the end of the month. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2018 1009
Mercury in the Month of Mars: March may be named for Mars, the Roman god of war, but Mercury, god of commerce and thieves, steals the show this month. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Mar 1, 2018 718
Aldebaran Afternoon. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Brief article Mar 1, 2018 271
Action at Jupiter. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Calendar Mar 1, 2018 1853
The Crab and the Water Monster: Hydra and Cancer, once fearsome adversaries of Hercules, now ornament our early spring skies. French, Sue Mar 1, 2018 1582
Ancient Photons from AGNs: Light from these faraway galaxies has traveled for millions to billions of years, crossing vast expanses of space. Lamperti, Al Mar 1, 2018 1824
February's Missing Moon: Don't be alarmed. It's just a quirk of the Gregorian calendar. Chapman, Dave Feb 1, 2018 547
Big Sky Country. Wedel, Mathew Dec 1, 2017 1139
Evening Entertainment: Go out early and stay out late to catch the best meteor shower of the year. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Dec 1, 2017 624
The Moon Occults Aldebaran. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Nov 22, 2017 467
An Outburst At Last? Nov 22, 2017 1746
The Queen's Finest: Look to Cassiopeia for her varied collection of celestial treasure. French, Sue Nov 22, 2017 1643
A Foolproof Analemma Box: This project practically guarantees good results. Oltion, Jerry Nov 22, 2017 773
A Cornucopia of Celestial Curiosities: The year's end prompts reminiscences of stellar things past. Schaaf, Fred Nov 22, 2017 689
December Delights: The Moon occults Aldebaran, and Mars and Jupiter dance with a star. Schaaf, Fred Nov 22, 2017 899
Amateurs find asteroid's moon. Beatty, J. Kelly Nov 1, 2017 607
Milky Way may be made with swapped gas. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Nov 1, 2017 308
Solar waves reveal core's spin. Carlisle, Camille M. Nov 1, 2017 335
Chasing the elusive 2014 [MU.sub.69]: New Horizons' next target was hard to find and remains a bear to pin down, but persistence has paid off. Grinspoon, David Nov 1, 2017 611
Treasures & tarantula: researchers eagerly study a prodigious star-making factory in our galactic backyard. Bryant, Greg Nov 1, 2017 2899
The 1794 volcano on the Moon. Livingston, Andrew Nov 1, 2017 2312
The road less traveled: these nine compact galaxy groups show that stepping outside your comfort zone can be worth the effort. Forte, Ted Nov 1, 2017 2644
The silver coin. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Nov 1, 2017 345
A thrilling trio: these three variable stars will hold your attention for nights on end. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2017 627
Jupiter--from earth to Juno: Amateur astronomers are benefitting from--and adding to--Juno's observations. Rogers, John H. Nov 1, 2017 1571
Sky at a glance. Calendar Nov 1, 2012 262
Second planet takes spotlight: astronomers watch Venus pass across face of the sun. Drake, Nadia Brief article Jun 30, 2012 296
Kennedy was a moon guy, Obama prefers Mars. Quill, Elizabeth Brief article Jul 30, 2011 332
NASA Sees Southern Lights From Space (PHOTOS). Brief article Jul 19, 2011 135
Night sky lights that lead us: what do these two celestial phenomena--Bethlehem's star and Andromeda's vast stellar city--say to us now? Heffern, Rich Dec 25, 2009 952
Countries unite for 100 hours of astronomy. Brief article Apr 2, 2009 277
Discovery of coolest earth-like planet. Brief article Apr 1, 2006 279
Here's dirt in your eye: telescopes on the lunar surface may no longer offer value. Lester, Dan Apr 1, 2006 694
God's in his heavens: contemplating the stars and our Earth's place in the cosmos can comfort us and inspire us to a renewed commitment in our lives. (essays/opinion). Rogers, Pattiann Aug 1, 2003 1516
Cosmic tango in outer space. (Solar System). Brief Article Jun 1, 2003 197
Radio-loud quasars and blazars. (Astronomy). Brief Article Jun 1, 2003 279
Ring around the Milky Way. Apr 1, 2003 708
111 deep-sky wonders for light-polluted skies. Mullaney, James Apr 1, 2003 4121
Coloring the Cosmos. Love, Jamie Feb 1, 2003 2553
Telescope to see the future. (Antarctica). Benn, Suki Brief Article Dec 1, 2002 176
1,000 new planetary nebulae. MacRobert, Alan Nov 1, 2002 304
Meeting the eye. Krupp, E. C. Nov 1, 2002 1439
Leonids 2002: the grand finale. Rao, Joe Nov 1, 2002 2726
The Caroline Herschel objects. Jones, Jane Houston Nov 1, 2002 2387
Camping under the summer triangle. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2002 631
An infant universe teeming with stars. Chandler, David L. Apr 1, 2002 386
The hue of the universe. MacRobert, Alan Apr 1, 2002 305
Across the winter-spring divide. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2002 672
The Hydra-Centaurus Supercluster. Gottlieb, Steve Apr 1, 2002 1662
Skylights. (Freeze Frame). Goldman, Julia Mar 25, 2002 154
Rethinking an astronomical icon: the Eagle's EGGs: not so fertile. Cowen, Ron Mar 16, 2002 1756
A night sky to remember. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2002 1077
Extreme weather: massive hurricanes meet on Jupiter. (Science News This Week). Cowen, R. Brief Article Feb 9, 2002 326
Light pollution: its effect on observational astronomy at the College of Charleston. Andrews, Katherine; Dukes, Robert J. Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 127
Lessons from the sky. Bodnar, Alan Jan 1, 2002 718
A handle on dark matter? Lucentini, Jack Jan 1, 2002 875
Zooming in on a protogalaxy. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2002 356
Milky Way's black hole: case closed. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2002 528
Kalliope's kin. Beatty, J. Kelly Jan 1, 2002 784
The face of Ceres. Beatty, J. Kelly Jan 1, 2002 243
Lunar soil reveals solar secrets. Goldman, Stuart J. Jan 1, 2002 319
An amateur space telescope? Beatty, J. Kelly Jan 1, 2002 781
Mission update. McDowell, Jonathan Jan 1, 2002 952
Searching for the molecules of life in space. Nadis, Steve Jan 1, 2002 2411
Supernovae are not round. Wang, Lifan; Wheeler, J. Craig Jan 1, 2002 2892
Butterflies and crabs of the southern sky. Kwok, Sun Jan 1, 2002 1346
Finding your double-star limit. Arguelles, Luis Jan 1, 2002 2535
Moon observer's toolkit. Medkeff, Jeff Jan 1, 2002 950
The allure of Saturn. Goldman, Stuart J. Jan 1, 2002 581
Sharing the sky. Nelson, Robert Jan 1, 2002 1703
Exploring the universe by touch. Aguirre, Edwin L. Jan 1, 2002 604
Stars on the meridian. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2002 1128
Sun, moon and planets in January. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2002 1569
January's celestial menagerie. French, Sue Jan 1, 2002 1291
Southern hemisphere's sky. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2002 217
Lunar occultation highlights for 2002. Dunham, David W. Jan 1, 2002 3970
Enjoying unequal double stars. Haas, Sissy Jan 1, 2002 2037
Star clusters that weren't. Freeman, Jay Reynolds Jan 1, 2002 1371
Clavius and neighbors. Wood, Charles A. Jan 1, 2002 609
Canadian daylight fireball. Dyer, Alan Jan 1, 2002 400
A world awash in light. Beatty, J. Kelly Dec 1, 2001 278
Kuiper Belt object dethrones Ceres. Beatty, J. Kelly Dec 1, 2001 376
Chicago's controversial ray of light. Aguirre, Edwin L.; Tytell, David Dec 1, 2001 332
The star too tough to die. Kerber, Florian; Asplund, Martin Nov 1, 2001 2053
Colorful echoes of starbirth. Petersen, Carolyn Collins Nov 1, 2001 449
A solstice eclipse. Levy, David H. Nov 1, 2001 1056
The Sun, Moon, and planets in November. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2001 1796
Pegasus I galaxy cluster. Hewitt-White, Ken Nov 1, 2001 1350
Imaging the sky from the suburbs. Gendler, Robert Nov 1, 2001 1774
Constant Changes. WEISS, PETER Oct 6, 2001 2281
Stuff of life from irradiated ice. MacRobert, Alan Sep 1, 2001 338
The universe through gravity's lens. Petersen, Carolyn Collins Sep 1, 2001 3611
A wide deep field: getting the big picture. Tytell, David Sep 1, 2001 1199
Early sky-signs of Autumn. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2001 1111
Skirting the Scutum star cloud. French, Sue Sep 1, 2001 1133
The sun, moon and planets in September. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2001 1744
Saturn's vanishing act. Ashford, Adrian R. Sep 1, 2001 1441
Titania hides a bright star. Sinnott, Roger W. Sep 1, 2001 759
Taking your telescope to the limit. Skiff, Brian A. Sep 1, 2001 1388
A trio of deep-sky duos. Hewitt-White, Ken Sep 1, 2001 1301
Julius Caesar and the Haemus Mountains. Wood, Charles A. Sep 1, 2001 485
Darkness on the dark continent. di Cicco, Dennis Sep 1, 2001 585
Solar-neutrino problem solved. MacRobert, Alan; Tytell, David Sep 1, 2001 1065
Sloan survey shows its stuff. Tytell, David Sep 1, 2001 824
Two types of spirals. MacRobert, Alan Sep 1, 2001 307
Solar Spectacle. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 582
Sagittarius and a symphony of stars. Schaaf, Fred Aug 1, 2001 722
Lyra as a deep-sky sampler. Whitman, Alan Aug 1, 2001 1310
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 578
Survey Probes Cosmos from Near to Far. Cowen, R. Brief Article Jun 9, 2001 930
Wet Past of Jupiter's Largest Moon. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 472
Supernovas and Black Holes Could Offer Clues to Subatomic Particles. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 414
Solar super-flare produces spectacle. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 150
IN BRIEF. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 243
An early universe lit by black holes. Tytell, David Jun 1, 2001 602
The June 21st eclipse of the Sun. Sinnott, Roger W. Jun 1, 2001 385
A grand return of Mars. Troiani, Daniel M. Cover Story May 1, 2001 3564
Hubble reveals secrets of dying stars. Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 150
Introducing the Bortle dark-sky scale. Bortle, John E. Feb 1, 2001 1528
Loose "planets" everywhere. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2001 1088
The Virgo cluster: a finger pointed at us. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2001 628
Pinpointing the Great Attractor. Roth, Joshua Jan 1, 2001 646
New midsize black hole? MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2001 429
The finest measurement ever made? MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2001 420
Mission update. McDowell, Jonathan Jan 1, 2001 1130
The duality of spiral structure. Block, David L. Jan 1, 2001 2701
Dusty phenomena in the solar system. Graps, Amara; Juhasz, Antal Jan 1, 2001 3625
First light and the Taurus hour. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2001 1062
Fireflies. French, Sue Jan 1, 2001 995
The sun, moon and planets in January. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2001 1327
Where to see January 9th's total lunar eclipse. Sinnott, Roger W. Jan 1, 2001 2604
The season's prettiest double stars. Adler, Alan Jan 1, 2001 2536
Exploring the Pisces-Perseus supercluster. Gottlieb, Steve Jan 1, 2001 1420
North America's Christmas eclipse. Sinnott, Roger Dec 1, 2000 3796
New Images: They Might Be Planets. Cowen, R. Brief Article Oct 7, 2000 822
Mimi, the Messier Monster. Wagner, Mark; Wagner, Mimi Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 529
The Best Skywatching Season : Late summer and early fall are prime time for anyone who follows the stars. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 624
The Sun, Moon, and Planets in September. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2000 1243
My Favorite Deep-Sky Wonders : Of all the sky's star clusters, nebulae, and galaxies, which would you choose as your favorites? One well-known observer unveils his list of must-see treasures. O'Meara, Stephen James Aug 1, 2000 2957
A Tour of Obscure Summer Globular Clusters. Gottlieb, Steve Aug 1, 2000 1393
Darker Skies for the D.C. Area. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 275
Double-Star Measurement Made Easy : An equatorially mounted telescope, a reticle eyepiece, and a calculator are all you need to make valuable observations. Teague, Thomas Jul 1, 2000 2520
The Other Cygnus -- Faint Galaxies of the Swan. McNeil, Jay Jul 1, 2000 1203
Rings and Things. Wood, Charles A. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 576
A Busy Marathon Season. Seronik, Gary Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 387
Scorpius Stalks the South : As the northern nights become shorter and warmer, look for the Scorpion lurking along the southern horizon. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 697
The Sun, Moon, and Planets in July. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2000 1122
July 2000. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 412
Best of the Best. Robinson, Leif J. Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 351
Clean Sweep: The galaxy is so untidy. There are gas, dust, and asteroids strewn everywhere. Krupp, E.C. May 1, 2000 1461
Xi Bootid Shower Confirmed. Seronik, Gary Brief Article May 1, 2000 654
Getting a Clear View. COWEN, RON Mar 4, 2000 1978
Super fireworks. Brief Article Mar 4, 2000 256
Photographing the Analemma : Most people say you have to be nuts to attempt a year-long exposure of the Sun. Those who have succeeded will probably agree. di Cicco, Dennis Mar 1, 2000 1797
Bright Asteroids for Binoculars : Does anyone want to try making a time-lapse digital movie of Ceres as it glides by a galaxy? Sinnott, Roger W. Mar 1, 2000 1206
Jupiter's Satellites. Mar 1, 2000 1206
an Aurora WATCHER'S guide : Want to see an aurora? An expert explains what to look for, when, and how. Eather, Robert H. Mar 1, 2000 2706
Enjoying and Surviving Your First Messier Marathon : View all 110 of Messier's deep-sky wonders in a single evening. Ting, Ed Mar 1, 2000 2871
Behind the Veil: Exploring the IC 342 Galaxy Group. Jakiel, Richard Mar 1, 2000 1419
Stellar Changes. Brief Article Mar 1, 2000 155
Superstar Search. CARIATI, SOPHIA Feb 21, 2000 1195
A Year of Discovery: Astronomy Highlights of 1999. Trimble, Virginia Feb 1, 2000 4862
Radio galaxy 3C 295. Brief Article Feb 1, 2000 146
The Glories of Gassendi. Wood, Charles A. Brief Article Feb 1, 2000 463
Lunar Occultation Highlights for 2000. Dunham, David W. Jan 1, 2000 2692
Calendar Notes. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 983
You, Your Weather, and Your Skies : By matching your targets to your sky, you can have an enjoyable night of observing more often than you think. Gross, Todd Jan 1, 2000 1835
How to Predict Seeing. Douglass, Eric J. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 929
The best Leonid show is yet to come? Cowen, R. Brief Article Dec 4, 1999 604
Calendar Notes. Dec 1, 1999 1866
The Sun, Moon, and Planets in December. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Dec 1, 1999 859
THE LEONID METEOR STORM: Is This the Year? Rao, Joe Nov 1, 1999 3693
Lonesome in a Crowd: eclipse chaser James Ehmann yearns for the "good old days.". Brief Article Nov 1, 1999 753
Calendar Notes. Nov 1, 1999 2034
The Sky Within : An interview with Jack Horkheimer, planetarium director and host of public television's popular Star Gazer series. O'Meara, Stephen James Interview Oct 1, 1999 1578
Bridging the Gap with Proto-Planetary Nebulae. Brief Article Oct 1, 1999 280
Binocular Doubles for Autumn Skies : Enjoy a night of double gems with a double telescope. Rogers, David Oct 1, 1999 2125
Lunar Ray Mysteries. Wood, Charles A. Brief Article Oct 1, 1999 637
Exploring a Southern Galaxy Cluster. Gottlieb, Steve Oct 1, 1999 1528
The Camera-Shy Planet : When no one could see the surface of Venus, imaginations ran wild. Krupp, E. C. Oct 1, 1999 1337
A Field Guide to Supernova Spectra. Robinson, Leif J. Aug 1, 1999 550
Summer's Other Triangle. Aug 1, 1999 176
Calendar Notes. Aug 1, 1999 1394
A Summer Steam Bath. French, Sue Aug 1, 1999 1303
Classic Sights of the June Sky. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Jun 1, 1999 650
Going to the Limit. Schaefer, Bradley E. May 1, 1999 1291
Getting the Exposure. Boltwood, Paul Brief Article May 1, 1999 835
Refractor Red Meets the Herschel 400. Freeman, Jay Reynolds May 1, 1999 2081
The Red Planet Is Back: Amateur observers have always filled gaps in professionals' coverage of Mars. Here's what to look for when. Troiani, Daniel M. Apr 1, 1999 2538
Yet More Ways to Find Extrasolar Planets. Brief Article Apr 1, 1999 762
Southern Surprises. Seronik, Gary Brief Article Apr 1, 1999 437
The Guiding Light. Krupp, E. C. Mar 1, 1999 1476
###Fred Schaaf. Brief Article Mar 1, 1999 608
Celestial Calendar. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief Article Mar 1, 1999 1036
Quintets, Sextets, and Septets: Exploring Hickson Compact Groups. Gottlieb, Steve Mar 1, 1999 2309
The Sun, Moon, and planets in February. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 1999 1419
The Moon hides Aldebaran January 26-27 (1999). Brief Article Feb 1, 1999 921
Lines in the water of time. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 1998 691
WINTER LIGHTS. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 1998 1447
A new, distant galaxy. Brief Article Nov 7, 1998 235
Two stars, two planetary embryos. Cowen, Ron Brief Article Oct 10, 1998 483
A surprise October meteor shower? Rao, Joe Oct 1, 1998 3331
Hubble gets multiple views of distant galaxy. Cowen, Ron Brief Article Aug 8, 1998 540
Exploring new worlds: scientists puzzle over extrasolar planets. Cowen, Ron Aug 8, 1998 2632
Epsilon Eridani: an early solar system? Cowen, Ron Brief Article Aug 8, 1998 397
Slender moons: marking time for a new year. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article Aug 1, 1998 1657
The summer deeps. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 1998 678
Small comet theory melts under scrutiny. Monastersky, Richard Brief Article Jun 6, 1998 942
First darkness. Beatty, J. Kelly May 1, 1998 496
Reactions from the locals. MacRobert, Alan M. May 1, 1998 554
Have you been flashed by Iridium? Chien, Philip May 1, 1998 2684
The sun, moon, and planets in May. Schaaf, Fred May 1, 1998 1040
Carbon stars: reddest of the red. Skiff, Brian A. May 1, 1998 2720
My favorite asterisms. Harrington, Philip May 1, 1998 1487
Greenland Bolide. Di Cicco, Dennis May 1, 1998 531
Hubble's top 40. Apr 1, 1998 338
Seeing galaxies fainter than the night sky. Apr 1, 1998 449
Europe at night. Parker, Samantha Apr 1, 1998 337
The crescent sky of early spring. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 1998 546
The Sun, Moon, and planets in April. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 1998 1595
Moon measure. Chang, Maria L. Brief Article Mar 9, 1998 236
Winter's sparkling stars and clusters. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 1998 659
A forum for irreproducible results: what can you do with odd sightings that defy simple explanation? Cordova, Henry Feb 1, 1998 763
Boldness: The Amateur Sky Survey. Gombert, Glenn; Droege, Tom Feb 1, 1998 2291
The rules of the game. Levy, David H. Feb 1, 1998 997
Mapping the universe. Cowen, Ron Brief Article Jan 31, 1998 443
Hello! Is there anybody out there? Braffman-Miller, Judith Cover Story Jan 1, 1998 3408
On becoming a lunatic. Elliott, Jock Jan 1, 1998 833
Lunar occultation highlights for 1998. Dunham, David W. Jan 1, 1998 2828
The lives of stars. Iben, Icko, Jr.; Tutukov, Alexander V. Dec 1, 1997 3040
An asteroid's remarkable orbit. Meeus, Jean Dec 1, 1997 1762
Dollar days. Krupp, E.C. Dec 1, 1997 1270
Solar-system happenings. di Cicco, Dennis Dec 1, 1997 411
The moon hits the bull's eye again. Oct 1, 1997 1331
Star track: wonders of the winter sky. Monda, Richard Feb 1, 1997 1598
On stellar magnitudes and the brightness of the night sky. Clark, Roger N. Jan 1, 1997 324
A second look at the autumn sky. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 1996 2119
The return of Toutatis. MacRobert, Alan M. Dec 1, 1996 3538
In quest of the youngest moon. Aguirre, Edwin L.; Pepin, M. Barlow Dec 1, 1996 1296
Perseids '96 in review. Beatty, J. Kelly Dec 1, 1996 1502
ISO: scanning the infrared sky. Roth, Joshua Oct 1, 1996 1191
The evening sky: your guide to star-finding this month. Sep 1, 1996 416
Stars on a summer stream. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 1996 1962
The vibes of space. Berman, Bob Aug 1, 1996 1059
Radio astronomy with a satellite dish. Rogers, Alan E. Aug 1, 1996 2217
Our Mobile Observatory project. Orloff, Weston F. Aug 1, 1996 694
Easter eggs in the spring sky. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 1996 2094
Slices of the winter sky. Schaaff, Fred Jan 1, 1996 1846
Our discovery of a solar mystery. Trombino, Donald F. Nov 1, 1995 1264
The sky at summer's end. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 1995 2246
Saturn again turns ringless. Benton, Julius L. Aug 1, 1995 3846
Borrelly's strange apparition. Bortle, John E. Aug 1, 1995 743
Detecting gas clouds in cosmic voids. Cowen, Ron Brief Article Jul 1, 1995 312
The power of binoculars. MacRobert, Alan M. May 1, 1995 1209
The Chiron perihelion campaign. Stern, S. Alan Mar 1, 1995 1529
Bands of bright and dark. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 1995 1888
The height of the winter sky. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 1995 1682
Volcano stargazing: peak visibility. Gallagher, Sean R. Feb 1, 1995 1195
So, you think it's cold out? How does it feel when the temperature is a brisk -80 degrees F? Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 1994 2588
Roaring auroras. Bird, Michael J. Nov 1, 1994 827
The sky at the summer triangle hour. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 1994 1910
How to see stars in the daytime. Heyn, Herman M.; Cicco, Dennis di Sep 1, 1994 1009
The evening sky: your guide to star-finding this month. Aug 1, 1994 364
Touring the summer sky. Schaaf, Fred Aug 1, 1994 2219
Sunrise and sunset: a challenge. Sinnott, Roger W. Aug 1, 1994 1042
Making the photon connection. Mullaney, James Jun 1, 1994 952
Untwinkling the stars. Wild, Walter J.; Fugate, Robert Q. Jun 1, 1994 5166
Calendar notes. Jun 1, 1994 1599
The sky at the Spica Hour. Schaaf, Fred May 1, 1994 1942
A solar eclipse for everyone. MacRobert, Alan M. Calendar May 1, 1994 1924
The May 24th partial lunar eclipse. MacRobert, Alan M. Calendar May 1, 1994 595
Jupiter's satellites. May 1, 1994 217
The number of stars visible. Sinnot, Roger W.; Holtz, John May 1, 1994 1170
Hunting down Abell planetaries. Cicco, Dennis di; Polakis, Tom May 1, 1994 1043
Treasures sprinkled across the southern horizon. Houston, Walter Scott May 1, 1994 917
Jewels in Lynx. Haas, Sissy Apr 1, 1994 989

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