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Star Attraction: Fevv sights are more dramatic than a star-filled sky at night. But to capture % it in.aH its glory, you need to get.far, far away, says Keith Wilson. Feb 1, 2019 1550
Deep-sky. Jan 1, 2019 1639
October 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2333
Star charts for spring: September 01 at 00:00, October 01 at 22:00, and November 01 at 20:00. Brief article Jan 1, 2019 263
December 2019. Jan 1, 2019 1839
Stars and constellations. Jan 1, 2019 4287
Star charts for summer: December 01 at 00:00, January 01 at 22:00, and February 01 at 20:00. Brief article Jan 1, 2019 328
Star charts for autumn: March 01 at 00:00, April 01 at 22:00, and May 01 at 20:00. Brief article Jan 1, 2019 331
July 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2384
August 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2278
Star charts for winter: June 01 at 00:00, July 01 at 22:00, and August 01 at 20:00. Brief article Jan 1, 2019 321
New Year's Eve: Celestial Celebration: Step outside this New Year's Eve and join the author on an excursion through the stars. Levine, Scott Cover story Dec 1, 2018 3378
The True and the False Atik. Wedel, Mathew Dec 1, 2018 337
The Frosty Sky. French, Sue Dec 1, 2018 1654
Gap in Gaia Data Reveals Stellar Interiors. Young, Monica Nov 1, 2018 251
In Search of: Extragalactic Globulars. Gottlieb, Steve Nov 1, 2018 3433
Look Beyond. Wedel, Mathew Nov 1, 2018 341
Harvest the Stars. Wedel, Mathew Column Oct 1, 2018 344
Globular Clusters Get a Face-lift. Young, Monica Brief article Sep 1, 2018 187
A Celestial Set Piece: If your sky is dark, you'll enjoy scrutinizing this cluster-galaxy combo. Hewitt-White, Ken Sep 1, 2018 1821
Autumn in the Suburbs: The right telescope and a little persistence will help you see these subtle wonders. Mollise, Rod Sep 1, 2018 2690
Gaia Maps 1.7 Billion Stars, Widens Cosmic Census. Hattenbach, Jan Aug 1, 2018 360
Surprises Come in Twos. Wedel, Mathew Aug 1, 2018 406
The Secret Heart of Night. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Jul 1, 2018 343
A Star Behind Saturn. Jul 1, 2018 2330
The Season's Top 10 Globulars: Even small scopes can track down these striking summer star balls. French, Sue Jul 1, 2018 1886
Signal from First Stars Suggests Primordial Chill. Schilling, Govert Jun 1, 2018 378
Dwarf Galaxy Evicted Milky Way Stars. Young, Monica Brief article Jun 1, 2018 236
Leap With A Gazelle: This asterism is all about pairs of stars, and pairs within pairs. Schaaf, Fred Column Jun 1, 2018 699
Some Planets Are Bigger Tha They Appear. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article May 1, 2018 170
Hefty Stars Prompt Birth Debate. Young, Monica Brief article May 1, 2018 272
Springtime Skies: Spring ushers in special sights of stars, planets, and more. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2018 690
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
Infant Stars Huddle Near Black Hole. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Mar 1, 2018 305
Alaska for Aldebaran. Brief article Dec 29, 2017 342
The Hidden Queen: Follow this map to the lesser-known treasures of Cassiopeia. French, Sue Dec 29, 2017 1668
Open Clusters Galore: Point your binoculars toward Perseus and Auriga, and prepare to be dazzled by a myriad of clusters. Wedel, Mathew Dec 29, 2017 2669
Big Sky Country. Wedel, Mathew Dec 1, 2017 1139
The Queen's Finest: Look to Cassiopeia for her varied collection of celestial treasure. French, Sue Nov 22, 2017 1643
Four Planets for Tau Ceti. Young, Monica Nov 22, 2017 335
Heavy Local Stellar Traffic. Hall, Shannon Brief article Nov 22, 2017 245
The Jewel in the Sword: An observer captures on a sketchpad the stunning details of one of the most wondrous objects in the night sky. Banich, Howard Nov 22, 2017 2962
ALMA sees new star launch wind. Young, Monica Brief article Nov 1, 2017 139
Occulations of Aldebaran and Regulus. MacRobert, Alan Nov 1, 2017 575
The drama-ridden couple of R Aquarii. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2017 939
Stellar Splendour: a deepest, darkest sky offers an extraordinary encounter with the stars. Schaaf, Fred Sep 29, 2017 645
Tabby's star dims on cue. Young, Monica Brief article Aug 17, 2017 267
Help verify a giant ringed exoplanet: for about 25 days in September, its ring system should cross an easily watched star. MacRobert, Alan Aug 17, 2017 982
Moon occults Aldebaran. Brief article Aug 17, 2017 355
Showpiece doubles: point your telescope toward these gems of the late-summer sky. French, Sue Aug 17, 2017 1819
Overlooked wonders of summer: take some time to explore these lesser-known deep-sky sights. French, Sue Aug 1, 2017 1588
Runaway stars in Orion. Young, Monica Jul 1, 2017 174
Against the Wall of Night. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Jul 1, 2017 307
Enter the summer citadel: the sights and scents of the season encourage a visit to an old friend. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2017 637
Summer highlights: warm nights and dark skies are ideal for enjoying these classic beauties. French, Sue Jul 1, 2017 1760
Seeing through the dust: turning to technology can improve your resolution of globular clusters. Mihelich, Ed Jul 1, 2017 1871
Earth-size planets orbit dim star. Carlisle, Camille M. Jun 1, 2017 1600
The most mysterious star in the galaxy. Montet, Benjamin; Boyajian, Tabetha Jun 1, 2017 4072
Night train: summer memories are shaped by the rhythm arid the motion of the sky. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2017 647
The Spring Goddess: stars shimmer and galaxies glimmer in the vest of Virgo, the Virgin. French, Sue May 1, 2017 1727
April 1992. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Apr 1, 2017 146
Voyagers flying through galactic clouds. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Apr 1, 2017 308
Better than expected. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Apr 1, 2017 315
Infrared image of a planet-forming disk. Young, Monica Brief article Mar 1, 2017 114
Easy and hard. Wedel, Mathew Mar 1, 2017 1281
Mythical Beast: take a moment--or more--to meander through Monoceros, the Unicorn, this month. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2017 626
The best occultation of 2017: on the night of March 4th, watch the moon occult Aldebaran naked-eye. Better yet, place yourself on the graze line. Dunham, David Mar 1, 2017 3160
Often overlooked. Wedel, Mathew Feb 1, 2017 438
Between the dogs: Canis Major and Canis Minor frame a dim but intriguing patch of sky. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 2017 636
Gaia maps a 1,000,000,000+ stars. Hattenbach, Jan Jan 1, 2017 424
Cloud punches hole in our galaxy. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Jan 1, 2017 253
Tabby's star gets weirder. Young, Monica Jan 1, 2017 418
A cluster of clusters. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Jan 1, 2017 324
Wonders of the year-start sky: now is the time to seek new sights by night--and by day. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2017 691
Through a high window: peer into the awesome majesty of the starry skies. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2016 639
Moon again occults Aldebaran. Dec 1, 2016 366
Star struck. Brief article Nov 12, 2016 146
The charioteer's cross. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Nov 1, 2016 315
Pulsing stars in Cepheus: check in on these happening stars, both famous and obscure. Nov 1, 2016 1047
Planet orbits sun's nearest neighbor: potentially habitable world detected around Proxima Centauri. Crockett, Christopher Sep 17, 2016 1497
Fading star still baffles astronomers: slow dimming, sharp drops in light cannot yet be explained. Crockett, Christopher Sep 17, 2016 522
Milky Way: Halo weight. Young, Monica Brief article Sep 1, 2016 134
City of a million stars. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Sep 1, 2016 310
August 1991: resolving stars' disks. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Aug 1, 2016 168
A million stars: crashing code, unasked-for black holes, and months of work lost to mistakes--astrophysicists battled many foes in their quest to create the Holy Grail of star cluster simulations. Skuse, Benjamin Aug 1, 2016 2584
Lasso the Lizard. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Aug 1, 2016 257
Resolve a star's disk naked-eye! Dunham, David Aug 1, 2016 1087
Scutum's gems: part the misty vapors of the Milky Way to find these glorious objects. French, Sue Aug 1, 2016 1525
Stellar shell in galaxy's halo. Young, Monica Brief article Jul 1, 2016 208
The false Albireo. Wedel, Mathew Jul 1, 2016 288
Starry swarms: tour the great star cities of southern Ophiuchus. French, Sue Jul 1, 2016 1560
Stars form in turbulent times. Hall, Shannon Brief article Jun 1, 2016 160
A starry shoe. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Jun 1, 2016 301
The seal of the sky: the patterns we draw in the sky capture our hopes and ancient dreams. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2016 641
Exoplanet trio could harbor life: worlds orbiting cool star are good place to look for aliens. Crockett, Christopher May 28, 2016 627
Galactic hit-and-run. Hall, Shannon Brief article May 1, 2016 294
Spotting "twins" of Eta Carinae. Carlisle, Camille M. May 1, 2016 346
Companion star could have triggered supernova. Crockett, Christopher Brief article Apr 30, 2016 190
Runaways' telltale shocks. Hall, Shannon Apr 1, 2016 347
Star parties in the 21st century. Mollise, Rod Apr 1, 2016 2812
M46 & M47 in Puppis. Seronik, Gary Brief article Apr 1, 2016 286
A secret flame: find an individual hidden among the thousands. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2016 624
A starry sickle: bright stars and strange galaxies hide in Leo's regal mane. French, Sue Apr 1, 2016 1544
Milky Way: young stars in an old bulge. Young, Monica Brief article Mar 1, 2016 292
Stellar: massive star forms from disk. Young, Monica Brief article Mar 1, 2016 111
Could it be? We need to learn how to talk about possible signs of E.T. intelligence. Grinspoon, David Column Mar 1, 2016 597
Isles of light: let the colorful stars of Gemini brighten your journey along the Milky Way. French, Sue Mar 1, 2016 1506
Galaxies in the Beehive: a small swarm buzzes inside the famous star cluster. Forte, Ted Mar 1, 2016 1499
Stellar: dusty mystery around AU Microscopii. Hall, Shannon Feb 1, 2016 392
Closest star-shredding black hole. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Feb 1, 2016 170
Planets hiding around HL Tauri? Young, Monica Brief article Feb 1, 2016 160
Into the heart of the Milky Way: when astronomers tuned in to watch our galaxy's supermassive black hole feed, they found more (and less) than they expected. Haggard, Daryl; Bower, Geoffrey C. Feb 1, 2016 3330
A trip to the northern frontier: the celestial arctic awaits your arrival. Gottlieb, Steve Feb 1, 2016 2699
A thousand stars: count the possibilities in the night skies of winter. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 2016 637
Redder stars in Orion. MacRobert, Alan Feb 1, 2016 2631
Hyades and Aldebara occultations. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Feb 1, 2016 146
Brightest galaxies powered by stars, not mergers. Young, Monica Brief article Jan 1, 2016 124
Many bright beginnings: the sky offers a number of choices for marking the start of your year. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2016 632
An easy Aldebaran occultation. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2016 427
Betwixt & between. Seronik, Gary Brief article Dec 1, 2015 290
The zero hour: the Greek hero Perseus leads us to his secret stellar stash. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2015 645
Night's serenity: the jewels of Cassiopeia sparkle on a peaceful winter night. French, Sue Dec 1, 2015 1433
Dwarf planet occults star in Sagittarius, teams head south. Beatty, J. Kelly Nov 1, 2015 319
T Cas & its partner. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Nov 1, 2015 261
Full moon occults Aldebaran. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Nov 1, 2015 170
Legends in three directions: the stars of the October sky spell out a trio of ancient tales. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2015 628
A blue-sky occultation. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2015 479
Asteroid occupations. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2015 1501
Small globular, tiny galaxies: the area around NGC 7006 in Delphinus is interesting and challenging. Hewitt-White, Ken Oct 1, 2015 1723
Coolest stars found. Brief article Sep 19, 2015 193
Stellar: migrating stars in 47 Tucanae. McGovern, Anne Brief article Sep 1, 2015 257
A serpent's tale: look east of Ophiuchus for more starry discoveries. French, Sue Sep 1, 2015 1448
A trip to Barnard's star. Seronik, Gary Brief article Aug 1, 2015 301
Good things, small package: the shield of Scutum shelters a diverse collection of treasure. Aug 1, 2015 1484
Summer stars: seek out these targets for small scopes and binoculars in August's evening sky. Flanders, Tony Aug 1, 2015 2596
Stars have out-of-plane experience. Young, Monica Brief article Jul 1, 2015 145
A triple and a globular. Seronik, Gary Brief article Jul 1, 2015 269
Small Sagittarius star cloud: the Sagittarius Milky Way is host to dark nebulae and open clusters. French, Sue Jul 1, 2015 1438
The backyard sky: summer: stretch your observing skills to spot these seasonal sensations. Mollise, Rod Jul 1, 2015 1716
May-June 1940. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Jun 1, 2015 122
New stars in the shadow of Sagittarius A*. Young, Monica Jun 1, 2015 466
A heaven full of stars: split the Serpent's star systems into their colorful components. French, Sue Jun 1, 2015 1491
Afterglow alerts astronomers to gamma-ray burst. Grant, Andrew Brief article May 16, 2015 203
Cyanides signal complex chemistry: Biomolecule precursors found in disk around young star. Crockett, Christopher May 2, 2015 465
The Spica hour: three bright stars and a celestial arch mark the month of May. Schaaf, Fred Column May 1, 2015 653
Treats in cancer. Seronik, Gary Brief article Apr 1, 2015 279
Spring's hit parade: a blood-red gem and a misty bird of prey top the charts. French, Sue Apr 1, 2015 1503
Closest star approach to the sun. Crockett, Christopher Brief article Mar 21, 2015 191
A trio of puppis clusters. Seronik, Gary Brief article Mar 1, 2015 269
A swarm of stars: the beehive brightens a dim stretch of the night sky. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2015 624
Happy anniversary! Celebrate a century of Melotte's star clusters. French, Sue Mar 1, 2015 1513
Exoplanets: ALMA reveals multi-planet birth ... Young, Monica Feb 1, 2015 420
... And zodiacal light around other stars? Hall, Shannon Brief article Feb 1, 2015 239
July 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1316
August 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1218
October 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1301
December 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1330
Stars and constellations. Jan 1, 2015 4115
Deep-sky. Jan 1, 2015 1421
The backyard sky winter: embrace the cold nights of winter to observe these seasonal delights. Mollise, Rod Jan 1, 2015 2052
The Alpha Persei Association. Seronik, Gary Brief article Jan 1, 2015 284
Weird R gem climbs to maximum. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2015 403
Some galaxies are short on stars: faint spheres could aid understanding of dark matter. Crockett, Christopher Dec 13, 2014 613
Unseen planets sweep up dust around young star. Crockett, Christopher Brief article Dec 13, 2014 106
... and Hybrid star spotted? Temming, Maria Brief article Dec 1, 2014 272
The starry heavens: clusters and nebulae abound in compact Cassiopeia. French, Sue Dec 1, 2014 1550
A fresh look at old images provides a glimpse into me past. Kasprak, Alex H. Dec 1, 2014 480
November 1964. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Nov 1, 2014 213
Gaia belatedly starts work. Temming, Maria Brief article Nov 1, 2014 110
Stars & planets in broad daylight: you don't need to stop observing just because the Sun is above the horizon. Piazza, Chris Dalla Oct 1, 2014 2500
Doubling up in Cygnus: the celestial Swan boasts some of the sky's best double stars. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2014 628
Star cluster runs away. Young, Monica Brief article Sep 1, 2014 110
Achieving stellar performance: two pieces of premium gear deliver first-class astrophotos from your backyard or from half a world away. di Cicco, Dennis Sep 1, 2014 2029
Conquering gradients: get the most out of this powerful technique in PixInsight. Andreo, Rogelio Bernal Sep 1, 2014 1703
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack for early & middle autumn. Felker, W.L.; Herrick, Robert Sep 1, 2014 2286
Helium-shell flash in action and ... Hall, Shannon Aug 1, 2014 353
The fabulous five: the globular clusters of summer are amazing to view. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2014 654
Sun's sibling spotted: method to find relatives may point to Milky Way birthplace. Crockett, Christopher Jun 28, 2014 666
Second-generation star observed. Hall, Shannon Brief article Jun 1, 2014 104
Staring back to cosmic dawn: Hubble's single largest observing program is detecting the earliest galaxies, finding the most distant supernovae, and revealing the fireworks-like peak of star formation at cosmic high noon. Faber, Sandra M.; Ferguson, Henry C.; Koo, David C.; Primack, Joel R.; Bell, Trudy E. Jun 1, 2014 2620
Delta Scorpii still bright. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Jun 1, 2014 128
M5 surprise: the great globular cluster sports two stunningly bright variable stars. Banich, Howard Jun 1, 2014 1959
Northern hemisphere's sky: Splendid Spica: there's more than meets the eye to Virgo's sole bright star. Schaaf, Fred May 1, 2014 591
Be our guest: two labs offer unique amenities for research technology--one to understand the stars and the other for deep-sea exploration. Thilmany, Jean May 1, 2014 635
Missions I Gaia launches to pinpoint a billion stars. Apr 1, 2014 421
Stellar I monster burst challenges theories. Mar 1, 2014 430
The month between the seasons: March separates and unites winter and spring. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2014 599
The twins of jove: westernmost gemini harbors a great variety of nebulae and clusters. Mar 1, 2014 1466
Planetary System Out of Whack. Young, Monica Brief article Feb 1, 2014 104
So many worlds, but is anybody home? Kepler's findings of Earth-like worlds furthers the motivation for SETI. Grinspoon, David Feb 1, 2014 541
Young astronomer reaches for the stars: Piper Reid tackled her first astronomy project in sixth grade, and she continued to aim high--even when life threw a seemingly insurmountable obstacle in her way. Field, Tom Feb 1, 2014 1870
Winter: bright star clusters and eerie nebulae abound on icy nights. French, Sue Jan 1, 2014 928
The Messier open clusters of winter: bright, beautiful, and easy to locate, these old friends are always worth revisiting. Mollise, Rod Column Jan 1, 2014 1381
Stars and constellations. Jan 1, 2014 4359
Basic observing skills. Jan 1, 2014 2300
[HCO.sup.+] and radio continuum emission from the star forming region G75.78+0.34. Riffel, Rogemar A.; Ludke, Everton Report Jan 1, 2014 4053
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. Dec 1, 2013 387
The unextinguished hearth: the fire of human imagination mirrors the fire of the stars. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2013 563
The most powerful telescope ever built: ALMA's cutting-edge technology promises to unveil our cosmic origins. Young, Monica Nov 1, 2013 2837
Spring Stars in Fall: you can time-travel by staying up until dawn. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2013 608
Friends: Cassiopeia offers bountiful gifts to stargazers. Nov 1, 2013 1570
Exploring messier 31: backyard scopes can reveal dozens of star clusters in the Andromeda Galaxy. Whitman, Alan Nov 1, 2013 1344
In starbirth, molecules zoom. Yeager, Ashley Brief article Oct 5, 2013 175
Flicker reveals stars' properties: brightness measurements help gauge size and age. Grant, Andrew Oct 5, 2013 509
Crowded clusters host planets. Balouchi, Shari Brief article Oct 1, 2013 151
The age of Aquarius: explore the delights of the celestial water carrier. French, Sue Oct 1, 2013 1511
The nearest stars: IS Glass, South African Astronomical Observatory. Oct 1, 2013 2333
Hot Jupiters act like toasters. Zastrow, Mark Brief article Sep 1, 2013 147
Alien dust trap finally detected. Bochanski, John Brief article Sep 1, 2013 324
... and Iris at a lucky star. Brief article Sep 1, 2013 152
The women who created modern astronomy: three Harvard "computers" established our current understanding of the stars. Dvorak, John Aug 1, 2013 3048
Low planets at dusk and dawn: Saturn is disappearing into the sunset, but Jupiter rises higher each morning. Schaaf, Fred Aug 1, 2013 1120
Mars occults a star. Brief article Aug 1, 2013 222
The sky within your eyes: eye aberrations can have a big effect on visual observing. Here are some tips for seeing the universe more clearly by working with your eyes' imperfections. Bara, Salvador Aug 1, 2013 1854
Astronomers have detected. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Jul 1, 2013 107
Draco, the dragon: some remarkable galaxies reside south of the dragon's body. French, Sue Jul 1, 2013 1535
Synchronizing high-speed optical measurements with amateur equipment. van Staden, Andre Report Jun 1, 2013 3467
Star-shredding black holes: dormant black holes turn into ravenous beasts when renegade stars wake them from their slumber. Gezari, Suvi Jun 1, 2013 2693
A galactic snack. Zimmerman, Robert Jun 1, 2013 639
The first plowman: Bootes is home to one globular cluster and many great galaxies. French, Sue Jun 1, 2013 1486
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. May 1, 2013 394
Magnificent Omega Cen. Seronik, Gary Brief article May 1, 2013 255
Top 10 neglected deep-sky wonders. Mullaney, James Apr 1, 2013 2126
Stargazing live 2013: in Regent's Park and at new Lanark Mills. Arditti, David; Smith, Lyn Apr 1, 2013 453
Sailing south: Puppis and Pyxis host some amazing clusters and nebulae. French, Sue Mar 1, 2013 1646
Stellar baby picture. Grant, Andrew Brief article Feb 23, 2013 134
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. Feb 1, 2013 418
Odd couples: the late winter sky is full of strange pairings. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 2013 631
Puppis, the stern: northernmost Puppis is rife with star clusters and planetary nebulae. French, Sue Feb 1, 2013 1560
The night sky in February & March. Mills, Brian Feb 1, 2013 1091
Astronomical colloquia. Feb 1, 2013 1291
Anomalous microwave emission from star forming regions. Scaife, Anna M.M. Abstract Jan 1, 2013 21785
Stars and constellations. Jan 1, 2013 4825
Using our sky maps: here's how to use the monthly sky maps on the following pages to identify your evening stars and constellations. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2013 585
September: sky sights at summer's end: when Vega shines highest overhead, the riches of Sagittarius are highest in the south. Jan 1, 2013 526
Summer: star clusters and nebulae are most abundant at this time of year. Flanders, Tony Jan 1, 2013 895
Astronomers have added another star. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Jan 1, 2013 120
A messier miss. Seronik, Gary Brief article Jan 1, 2013 287
Hot gas in cass: two intriguing nebulae--the Bubble and the Pac-Man--shine overhead this month. Hewitt-White, Ken Jan 1, 2013 751
The Laconian key: a great variety of clusters occupy one tiny piece of Cassiopeia. French, Sue Dec 1, 2012 1559
Superfast star orbits galaxy center: close encounter with black hole can test general relativity. Drake, Nadia Nov 3, 2012 368
Revisiting 51 Pegasi. Seronik, Gary Nov 1, 2012 328
Seven Sisters distance. Drake, Nadia Brief article Oct 6, 2012 187
NGCs near and far. Seronik, Gary Brief article Oct 1, 2012 323
The left hand of Aquarius: diverse deep-sky treasures lie in and near western Aquarius. French, Sue Oct 1, 2012 1507
The Messier catalog: a binocular odyssey: try this minimalist approach to sharpen your observing skills and enhance your enjoyment. Seronik, Gary Oct 1, 2012 1564
Scutum odd couple. Seronik, Gary Brief article Sep 1, 2012 294
Planets fly low at dusk and high at dawn: Venus and Jupiter dominate the predawn sky. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2012 886
Unusual occultations. Sep 1, 2012 296
So, where are the wild ducks?! Brief article Sep 1, 2012 307
Giant celestial disk hard to explain: star's sculpted debris ring challenges planet-formation ideas. Drake, Nadla Jul 14, 2012 409
An abundance of riches: summer evenings offer an amazing variety of sights. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2012 594
Melpomene over Sagittarius: try for this shallow-sky target over a summer deep-sky playground. Jul 1, 2012 353
M5: an easy globular. Seronik, Gary Jun 1, 2012 400
Sun and Planets, June 2012. Table Jun 1, 2012 563
A springtime globular cluster tour: these amazing starballs, more varied than you might imagine, are now swarming into view. Forte, Ted Jun 1, 2012 2303
Cluster light, cluster bright: April evenings are ideal for viewing nearby star clusters. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2012 586
Stargazing Live in Regent's Park. Lorrain, Alan Apr 1, 2012 485
The southern main: a small area in Puppis teems with clusters and nebulae. French, Sue Mar 1, 2012 1525
Orion's golden Shield: Remarkable clusters and nebulae encircle the giant's torso. French, Sue Feb 1, 2012 1536
Winter: this season boasts the sky's brightest stars, clusters, and nebulae. Jan 1, 2012 804
Summer: the richest part of the Milky Way is on display now. Jan 1, 2012 821
September: stars of the summer triangle the end of summer finds Vega, Deneb, and Altair high overhead after dark. Jan 1, 2012 545
Brilliance by the numbers: statistics reveal how extraordinary the winter sky is. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2012 547
Stars and constellations. Jan 1, 2012 4793
Binocular highlight: zenith cluster M39. Seronik, Gary Brief article Nov 1, 2011 285
Pretty Pegasus pair: NGC 7332 and 7339 make a delightful galaxy duo. Hewitt-White, Ken Nov 1, 2011 766
Binocular highlight: little globular M75. Seronik, Gary Oct 1, 2011 1140
September 1961. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Sep 1, 2011 119
The Berkeley clusters: these groupings are rarely observed but often rewarding. French, Sue Column Sep 1, 2011 1483
In praise of the great dark North: if you dismiss your northward view as the sky's dullest quarter, your're missing out. Rodger, David A. Essay Sep 1, 2011 1837
Mad for the night: the butterfly cluster floats in an amazing deep-sky field. French, Sue Jul 1, 2011 1514
Having a BLAST in Antarctica: by flying the balloon-borne BLAST telescope over Antarctica, astronomers have determined where half of the universe's starlight has gone. Devlin, Mark; Halpern, Mark Cover story Jun 1, 2011 2516
Galaxies near bright stars: these faint fuzzies are easy to find, but not always easy to see. Blackwell, S. Kent Jun 1, 2011 2011
Halley and his comet: what is it like to be passed, in the cold and the still of the night, by a ghost 10,000 times the size of the Earth? Schaaf, Fred Column May 1, 2011 570
When all the Stars are sown: coma Berenices hosts both clusters and galaxies. French, Sue May 1, 2011 1469
The most distant galaxy cluster. Brief article Apr 1, 2011 303
Shortcut through a wormhole star: spacetime tunnels may exist with aid of 'phantom matter'. Cowen, Ron Brief article Mar 26, 2011 231
Using the map. Brief article Mar 1, 2011 209
Binocular highlight: M93 and company. Seronik, Gary Brief article Mar 1, 2011 298
Binocular sights for city night: plan well, and even a light-polluted sky offers rewards for binocular astronomy. Bartlett, Hugh Mar 1, 2011 1077
The galaxy group AWM I: explore this little-known cluster in cancer. Gottlieb, Steve Mar 1, 2011 835
Join the CfDS and CPRE in Orion Star Count Week. Feb 1, 2011 357
Stars. Jan 1, 2011 4030
Star charts. Jan 1, 2011 3930
Winter: bright star clusters and nebulae abound in this season. Jan 1, 2011 835
Summer: the Milky Way arches high in the summer sky. Jan 1, 2011 832
February: dark and sparkling nights: the winter Milky Way, rich with star clusters, arches straight overhead. Jan 1, 2011 510
Two exoplanets in an interactive dance. Dec 1, 2010 384
Binocular sights for city nights: bright skies are not empty skies! Binoculars reveal hidden treasures behind the skyglow. Bartlett, Hugh Dec 1, 2010 1643
Pale glory: faint stars and constellations have a charm all their own. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2010 517
Variable star section report. Middleton, Christopher Brief article Oct 1, 2010 152
The ancient starry ship. Streicher, Magda Aug 1, 2010 2039
Binocular highlight: Lyra's Messiers. Seronik, Gary Aug 1, 2010 468
Gold dust: bright star clusters and dark clouds pepper the section of the Milky Way that lies southwest of the galactic center. French, Sue Aug 1, 2010 1532
Astronomers Find Heaviest Star On Record. Jul 21, 2010 557
A hole ripping a star. Brief article Jun 1, 2010 142
Sky of wonders: eleven stars and planets shine at 1st magnitude or brighter on June evenings. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2010 504
Binocular highlight: hunting dog messiers. Seronik, Gary Calendar Jun 1, 2010 520

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