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MOONSTRUCK. Musselman, Kelly May 1, 2020 509
COUNTRYSIDE :: ALMANACK. Nov 1, 2019 910
Poor Will's COUNTRYSIDE almanack SUMMER OF 2019. Felker, W.L. Jul 1, 2019 1969
Moonquakes Rumbling on the Lunar Surface: "[The] faults are... active and likely producing moonquakes today as the moon continues to gradually cool and shrink. Some of these quakes can be fairly strong--around five on the Richter scale.". Steigerwald, Bill; Jones, Nancy Jul 1, 2019 1193
A New Wrinftla on tha Moon. Good, Andrew Jul 1, 2019 751
Poor Will's COUNTRYSIDE almanack: Late Spring and Early Summer of 2019. Felker, W.L. Apr 18, 2019 1838
February 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2222
March 2019. Jan 1, 2019 2291
The Moon. Jan 1, 2019 1564
Solid Evidence of Water Ice on Moon. Beatty, J. Kelly Dec 1, 2018 570
Lunar Almanac: Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Dec 1, 2018 157
Conjunction Couplet: As we head into the darkest time of the year, the planets keep us busy with their nightly capers. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2018 1018
Imbrium's Eyebrow: Is oddly shaped Mare Frigoris part of the Imbrium impact basin? Wood, Charles Dec 1, 2018 1181
OBSERVING: November 2018. Nov 1, 2018 320
Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Nov 1, 2018 129
Brilliance at Dawn: Venus blazes as the "Morning Star" this month. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2018 999
OBSERVING: October 2018. Oct 1, 2018 364
OCTOBER 2018 OBSERVING: Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Brief article Oct 1, 2018 174
Enter the Ice Giants: The brighter planets begin to give way as Uranus and Neptune jostle for our attention this month. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2018 898
A Hole in the Moon's Magnetic Field: Astronomers propose a new origin for this mysterious magnetic void. Wood, Charles Oct 1, 2018 1115
Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Calendar Sep 1, 2018 102
Autumn Arrives: As summer gives way to fall, lengthening nights offer planet-spotting from dusk to dawn. schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2018 1010
A Nod to Lunar Libration: Every month, the Moon's face wobbles enough to give you a peek at some of its hidden farside. Beatty, J. Kelly Sep 1, 2018 1670
The Moon Mess. Barbuzano, Javier Aug 1, 2018 4278
OBSERVING: August 2018. Aug 1, 2018 435
And Then There Were Five: Four bright planets grace the skies, and tiny Mercury appears at the end of the month. Schaaf, Fred Aug 1, 2018 1030
The Crater that Cried Wolf: An enigmatic crater in Mare Nubium refuses to give up its true nature. Wood, Charles Aug 1, 2018 872
Lunar Almanac: Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Brief article Jul 1, 2018 152
Mars and Its Supporting Cast: July is all about Mars, but the other planets put on a pretty good show, too. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2018 1031
A Multiple-Impact Origin for the Moon. Jun 1, 2018 403
Giant Impact May Have Vaporized Earth to Make Moon. Barbuzano, Javier Jun 1, 2018 334
OBSERVING: JUNE 2018. Jun 1, 2018 353
Planets Aplenty: The planets are out in full force this month, and they are joined by an asteroid. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2018 1013
Submarine Craters: Gravitational anomalies shed light on buried craters. Wood, Charles A. Jun 1, 2018 1275
Poor Will's COUNTRYSIDE almanack: Late Spring and Early Summer of 2018. Felker, W.L. Calendar May 1, 2018 619
OBSERVING: May 2018. Brief article May 1, 2018 246
Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Calendar May 1, 2018 165
The Planets Run the Show: No matter what time of night you turn your gaze skyward, you should spot a planet ... or three. Schaat, Fred May 1, 2018 1003
Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Brief article Mar 18, 2018 106
Moon Occults Nu Geminorum. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Brief article Mar 18, 2018 248
OBSERVING March 2018. Brief article Mar 1, 2018 334
Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Calendar Mar 1, 2018 112
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
Aldebaran Afternoon. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Brief article Mar 1, 2018 271
February's Missing Moon: Don't be alarmed. It's just a quirk of the Gregorian calendar. Chapman, Dave Feb 1, 2018 547
A Rare "Super Blue Blood" Moon! Jan 30, 2018 628
Ancient Moon Had Volcano-generated Atmosphere. Barbuzano, Javier Brief article Dec 29, 2017 205
Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Brief article Dec 29, 2017 198
Alaska for Aldebaran. Brief article Dec 29, 2017 342
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack: for Deep Winter and Earliest Spring of 2018. Felker, W.L. Dec 29, 2017 2029
December Delights: The Moon occults Aldebaran, and Mars and Jupiter dance with a star. Schaaf, Fred Nov 22, 2017 899
The Moon Occults Aldebaran. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Nov 22, 2017 467
Lunar Almanac: Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Brief article Nov 1, 2017 144
At the edge of the day: all the bright planets congregate at either dusk or dawn this month. Schaaf, Fred Nov 1, 2017 1163
Occulations of Aldebaran and Regulus. MacRobert, Alan Nov 1, 2017 575
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack: Late Autumn and Early Winter of 2017. Felker, W.L. Nov 1, 2017 1993
The 1794 volcano on the Moon. Livingston, Andrew Nov 1, 2017 2312
November 2017. Calendar Nov 1, 2017 352
Did You See The Harvest Moon? Oct 9, 2017 507
Did You See The Harvest Moon? Oct 9, 2017 553
Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere sky chart. Calendar Oct 1, 2017 178
Waning crescent moon occults Regulus. Oct 1, 2017 415
A pretty pair: Venus and Mars dance at dawn. Saturn sets early in the evening. Schaaf, Fred Sep 29, 2017 1047
Observing: September 2017. Aug 17, 2017 368
Lunar almanac northern hemisphere sky chart. Aug 17, 2017 184
Moon occults Aldebaran. Brief article Aug 17, 2017 355
Eclipse, at last: the "Great American" total solar eclipse is this month's star attraction. Schaaf, Fred Aug 1, 2017 1057
Changes real and (mostly) imagined: even renowned lunar observers have sometimes been fooled by tricks of lighting and resolution. Wood, Charles A. Aug 1, 2017 1047
Four out of five: whether you're a night owl or an early riser, you can observe a bright planet this month. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2017 941
Peaks of "eternal" light: if we ever try to live on the moon, the best locations will be polar mountains bathed in nearly continuous sunlight. Wood, Charles Jun 1, 2017 1102
Lunar almanac: northern hemisphere sky chart. Calendar May 1, 2017 177
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack: late Spring and early Summer of 2017. Felker, W.L. May 1, 2017 2136
Lunar almanac northern hemisphere sky chart. Brief article Apr 1, 2017 183
Mercury maxes out: the tiny planet climbs to its highest altitude of the year in April, while Jupiter reaches opposition. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2017 972
A super-young crescent moon. Apr 1, 2017 1353
The curious case of concentric craters. Wood, Charles Apr 1, 2017 1126
An evening-morning star: vivid Venus shines in evening twilight--and then again at dawn. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2017 1071
How are crater rims made? The circular rim crests that surround big lunar impacts tell interesting stories. Wood, Charles A. Feb 1, 2017 982
How Old Is The Moon? Jan 16, 2017 552
Observing: January 2017. Gendler, Robert Calendar Jan 1, 2017 306
Lunar Almanac: Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Calendar Jan 1, 2017 171
Year-end extravaganza: the final month of 2016 offers views of all five bright planets. Dec 1, 2016 886
Moon again occults Aldebaran. Dec 1, 2016 366
Mystery Ray in Serenitatis: lunar geologists still can't identify the Bessel ray's source crater. Wood, Charles A. Dec 1, 2016 1051
The Largest Supermoon Since 1948! Nov 14, 2016 587
The Largest Supermoon Since 1948! Nov 14, 2016 578
November 1966. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Nov 1, 2016 228
Personal observing lists: track down a group of lunar features that have special meaning for you. Wood, Charles A. Oct 1, 2016 1104
Solar system: a moon for Kuiper Belt's Makemake. Beatty, J. Kelly Aug 1, 2016 409
Twin basins with a twist: track down two big basins--one obvious and the other nearly invisible. Wood, Charles A. Aug 1, 2016 971
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack: middle and late summer of 2016. Felker, W.L. Jun 30, 2016 1857
Sky at a glance. Calendar Jun 1, 2016 215
The ABCs of lunar craters: the alphabet plays a key role in identifying features on the moon. Wood, Charles A. Jun 1, 2016 1046
Lunar occultation. MacRobert, Alan Brief article May 1, 2016 108
The moon's poles have no fixed address. Crockett, Christopher Brief article Apr 16, 2016 205
Our two-faced moon: planetary scientists still don't know why one side of earth's satellite looks so different from the other. Spudis, Paul D. Apr 1, 2016 2375
Four fine planets: April spreads a variety of sights along the ecliptic. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2016 876
A topographic excursion: curious features surround the Moon's iconic Straight Wall. Wood, Charles A. Apr 1, 2016 999
Lunar phase modulates circadian gene expression cycles in the broadcast spawning coral Acropora millepora. Brady, Aisling K.; Willis, Bette L.; Harder, Lawrence D.; Vize, Peter D. Report Apr 1, 2016 8689
Spotting super-thin moons: learn the where and when to look for dramatically thin lunar crescents. Fleming, Tom Mar 1, 2016 1287
Jupiter blazes in the night: look to the morning for the other bright planets. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 2016 851
Moon in motion: how to use a ping-pong perspective to understand lunar phases. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2016 1791
The before breakfast club: you'll need to be up and out early to catch December's planetary happenings. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2015 948
Moon occults Venus in a sunny blue sky. MacRobert, Alan Dec 1, 2015 571
Humorum in the eyepiece: here's a medium-size lunar basin that's packed with interesting geologic features observable through your telescope. MacRobert, Alan Dec 1, 2015 956
Full moon occults Aldebaran. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Nov 1, 2015 170
Moon's mysterious twilight clouds from comets. MCGovern, Anne Brief article Oct 1, 2015 280
A blue-sky occultation. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2015 479
A corner of Imbrium: in just one telescopic view, you can retrace more than 4 billion years of lunar history. Wood, Charles A. Column Oct 1, 2015 900
Moonrise. Tyson, Peter Editorial Aug 1, 2015 467
Saturn flies solo: evening belongs to the ringed planet, early morning to Mars. Schaaf, Fred Aug 1, 2015 956
Three holes in a row: but one is a lava-filled lunar basin that we didn't realize was there. Wood, Charles A. Aug 1, 2015 896
Summer sensations: Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn grace the evening, Mars and Mercury the dawn. Jul 1, 2015 965
Chang'e 3 landed on lunar layers. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Jun 1, 2015 161
More lunar landing sites: recent space missions have left their mark on the Moon--by landing intact or crashing. Wood, Charles A. Jun 1, 2015 881
Naked-eye lunar details. MacRobert, Alan May 1, 2015 1082
Chinese rover reveals moon's layers. Sumner, Thomas Brief article Apr 18, 2015 214
Encounter at Aldebaran: Venus takes us on a grand tour of Taurus. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2015 937
Sky at a glance. Brief article Mar 1, 2015 335
Sky at a glance. Calendar Feb 1, 2015 209
Another close one: Venus and Mars come together for a study in contrasts. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 2015 910
Strange little IMPs: these lunar mystery features will challenge backyard observers. Wood, Charles A. Feb 1, 2015 956
November 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1259
December 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1330
The moon. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1842
Geologically recent volcanism on the moon. Beatty, J. Kelly Jan 1, 2015 329
January 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1372
February 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1407
March 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1347
April 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1385
May 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1349
June 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1285
July 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1316
August 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1218
September 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1385
October 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1301
Lunar occultations. Brief article Dec 1, 2014 154
November meteors slow & fast: two very different showers dominate the November meteor calendar. MacRobert, Alan Nov 1, 2014 2819
A busy October for the Moon: the Moon experiences one eclipse, causes another, and hides Saturn. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2014 964
Eclipse of a large moon: the full moon will be near perigee when it slides through Earth's shadow on the morning of October 8th. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2014 3496
Rocking and rolling: set your sights on the ever-changing lunar limb. Wood, Charles A. Oct 1, 2014 953
New moon results explore lunar origin, history. Beatty, J. Kelly Sep 1, 2014 477
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack for early & middle autumn. Felker, W.L.; Herrick, Robert Sep 1, 2014 2286
Amateur optical tracking in South Africa from 1957-2014. Part 4. Roberts, Greg Aug 1, 2014 3512
Sky at a glance. Brief article Aug 1, 2014 212
The Moon & the Perseids. Aug 1, 2014 573
Lunar highs and lows: an online tool lets you measure a crater's depth. Wood, Charles A. Aug 1, 2014 901
LADEE skims, crashes into moon. Poore, Emily Jul 1, 2014 374
Subsurface ocean confirmed. Hall, Shannon Brief article Jul 1, 2014 115
Two close conjunctions: the Moon passes very close to Mars and Saturn in July's evening sky. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 2014 888
The closing of 44 Bootis. Jul 1, 2014 484
Illuminating earthshine: the pale glow on the Moon can teach us about Earth's changing climate. Beatty, J. Kelly Jul 1, 2014 951
Amateur optical tracking in South Africa during 1957-2014. Part 3. Roberts, Greg Jun 1, 2014 3591
The binocular full moon. Seronik, Gary Apr 1, 2014 1013
Moon occults Hyades stars: on April 3rd, the earthlit crescent will put on an unusual show. MacRobert, Alan Apr 1, 2014 1613
History of the Moon: how do we know when things happened?. Wood, Charles Apr 1, 2014 895
April's total eclipse of the moon: get ready: The Moon will go through Earth's shadow late on the night of April 14-15. MacRobert, Alan Apr 1, 2014 990
Tilting inward: track down craters that were influenced by their surrounding terrain. Wood, Charles A. Statistical table Feb 1, 2014 870
Record-thin Moon! Brief article Jan 1, 2014 305
The moon belongs to everyone. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2014 889
Monthly sky diary. Jan 1, 2014 15137
The moon. Jan 1, 2014 1750
A month for bright planets: Jupiter rises before Venus sets on December evenings. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2013 909
The Moon and the Geminids: rocks from a fried asteroid will streak through the mid-December moonlit sky. MacRobert, Alan Dec 1, 2013 750
Looking back on a TLP: a controversial observation continues to spur interest 50 years later. Wood, Charles A. Dec 1, 2013 990
Moon material on earth. Brief article Nov 30, 2013 162
Sky at a glance. Calendar Oct 1, 2013 234
Drawing the Moon: sketching lunar features trains you to see more. Oct 1, 2013 723
From the Milky Way to the moon: September sports a famous full moon and the last great views of our galaxy's hub. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2013 595
Close encounters: several celestial objects pass near to one another on the sky and in space. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2013 922
Full-disk wideband photometry of the Moon: R and I filter measurements. Schmude, Richard W., Jr. Report Jun 22, 2013 3118
Sky at a glance. Brief article Jun 1, 2013 273
Mercury dances with Venus: the innermost planets appear together in twilight for most of June. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2013 964
Digging up Pluto in 2013. Jun 1, 2013 475
Hunting lunar red spots: find these elusive silica-rich lavas. Wood, Charles A. Jun 1, 2013 882
A Sky & Telescope editor answers your astronomy questions. MacRobert, Alan Jun 1, 2013 1080
Sky at a glance. Brief article May 1, 2013 257
A full moon occultation. May 1, 2013 660
Lunar occultation. MacRobert, Alan Apr 1, 2013 379
Gravity probes "see" moon's interior. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Mar 1, 2013 283
Lunar occultations. Brief article Mar 1, 2013 221
The Moon and the mystery of the Hunley: the Moon & tides played major roles in the successful attack & disappearance of the confederate submarine. Stevenson, William H., III Feb 1, 2013 2317
February 2013. Table Feb 1, 2013 236
A brighter Moon: solar rays aren't the only things that make the lunar surface bright. Wood, Charles A. Feb 1, 2013 725
Sky at a glance. Table Jan 1, 2013 218
Monthly sky diary. Jan 1, 2013 15166
The moon. Jan 1, 2013 1744
Planetary almanac. Table Dec 1, 2012 583
Jupiter rules the night: this is the peak month to view the king of planets. Dec 1, 2012 893
Observing history: challenge yourself to see as well as the best 19th-century lunar cartographers. Wood, Charles A. Dec 1, 2012 686
Uneven targets: visual clues help observers determine the order of crater formation. Wood, Charles A. Oct 1, 2012 686
Blue Moon 2012: Stunning Photos of Rare Astronomical Events [PHOTOS]. Sep 1, 2012 404
Planetary Almanac. Statistical table Sep 1, 2012 593
Unusual occultations. Sep 1, 2012 296
Watch Slooh Space Camera Video Of Blue Moon August 2012 Here [LIVE STREAM]. Aug 31, 2012 376
Sky at a glance. Brief article Aug 1, 2012 192
Host a backyard Moon party: it's easy to give participants a night they will never forget. Mathosian, Mark Aug 1, 2012 565
A Blue Moon In Store For August 2012, Though Its Not As Rare As You Think. Brief article Jul 31, 2012 252
The moon's mysterious birth ... Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Jul 1, 2012 314
Moon might still be kicking. Brief article Jun 1, 2012 179
Seeing the moon like never before: NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter reveals spectacular landforms on our deceptively familiar satellite. Bell, Jim Jun 1, 2012 1256
Numerical index. Jun 1, 2012 623
Sky at a Glance. Brief article Jun 1, 2012 217
The art of seeing: spending time observing familiar territory can help you see new things. Wood, Charles A. Jun 1, 2012 814
Sky at a Glance. Seronik, Gary Calendar Apr 1, 2012 638
Farewell Jupiter, welcome Saturn: the ringed wonder enters the early evening sky in April. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 2012 838
Over the edge: Lunar librations allow you to observe the farside of the Moon. Wood, Charles A. Apr 1, 2012 775
What happened on the moon?! Mar 1, 2012 2280
February 2012. Calendar Feb 1, 2012 301
Early evening convocation: the four brightest planets are visible after sunset in late February. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 2012 847
A lunar volcanic crater: few large volcanic craters are visible on the Moon... except this one. Wood, Charles A. Feb 1, 2012 776
Editorial. Slotegraaf, Auke Editorial Jan 1, 2012 788
Monthly sky diary. Jan 1, 2012 16065
The moon. Jan 1, 2012 1923
How the moon kept its magnetism: outside forces may have maintained the ancient lunar field. Drake, Nadia Dec 17, 2011 513
The newly uncertain age of the moon. Dec 1, 2011 470
December 2011. Calendar Dec 1, 2011 370
A great month for planets: all of the bright planets are on good display in December. Shcaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2011 892
Giant lunar shield volcanos? They were strangely missing--until now. Spacecraft altimetry suggests that the Moon has low, broad structures similar to the Hawaiian Islands. Wood, Charles A. Dec 1, 2011 802
November 2011. Calendar Nov 1, 2011 356
Jupiter reaches opposition: the king of planets shines at its brightest and biggest. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2011 871
Lunar dominance: no other object in the night sky offers so much to observe. Wood, Charles A. Oct 1, 2011 676
Lunar parallax measurement: explained at lower and upper secondary school level. Golez, Tine Oct 1, 2011 2923
Mining the moon. Sep 16, 2011 648
Large-scale lunar structures: trace the largest impact basins visible from Earth. Wood, Charles A. Aug 1, 2011 848
Orbiter delivers sharp moon map. Drake, Nadia Brief article Jul 30, 2011 126
New insights on lunar swirls. Jul 1, 2011 445
The best lunar map so far: NASA's LRO mosaic shouldn't spell the end to lunar observing. Wood, Charles A. Jun 1, 2011 754
The moon. Gehl, Laura Apr 15, 2011 3005
The moon's four librations. MacRobert, Alan Apr 1, 2011 444
Dona[euro](tm)t miss tonighta[euro](tm)s a[euro]oerarea[euro] Supermoon. Mar 19, 2011 380
The moon on earth: volcanism: a virtual hike on the Moon is within the reach of amateur astronomers. Wood, Charles A. Feb 1, 2011 830
The moon. Jan 1, 2011 2964
January 2011. Calendar Jan 1, 2011 370
December 2010. Brief article Dec 1, 2010 366
The moon on earth: craters: where can you play golf on a central peak? Wood, Charles A. Dec 1, 2010 939
The Moon: damp from day one. Brief article Oct 1, 2010 137
Unmasking mare ridges: digital terrain maps shed new light on these enigmatic features. Wood, Charles A. Oct 1, 2010 705
Shrinking moon not so incredible: widespread cliff formations signal reduced lunar radius. Dickey, Gwyneth Brief article Sep 11, 2010 232
Best days. Jul 1, 2010 135
Lunar missions & amateurs: new lunar data reveals the Moon as never seen before. Wood, Charles A. May 1, 2010 810
Lessons in basinology: the youngest lunar impact basin can teach us much about older impacts. Wood, Charles A. Apr 1, 2010 870
Saturn parades, Mars fades: four bright planets are visible at nightfall by the end of March. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2010 837
Lunar transient phenomena: Japan's Kaguya orbiter sheds new light on some old LTPs. Wood, Charles A. Mar 1, 2010 761
What the moon does while you sleep. Ward, Tya; Peterson, Emily Brief article Mar 1, 2010 348
Saturn moon could be hospitable to life. Brief article Feb 24, 2010 275
Lunar news flash: did scientists make LCROSS seem like a dud by raising expectations of a spectacle? Grinspoon, David Feb 1, 2010 607
Welcome in the evening star: Venus begins its evening apparition very low, while Mars soars high in February. Schaaf, Fred Calendar Feb 1, 2010 654
Dancing with thin Moons in bright twilight. Flanders, Tony Brief article Feb 1, 2010 307
Biggest full Moon of 2010 visible Friday night, Info for viewers. Brief article Jan 29, 2010 317
Sorting out the water on the Moon. Jan 1, 2010 485
The Moon. Dec 22, 2009 2928
Coldest craters. Hamalainen, Karina Brief article Dec 7, 2009 152
Discover the moon: acquaint yourself with the best telescopic target in the sky. Wood, Charles A. Dec 1, 2009 759
Water world. Hamalainen, Karina Brief article Nov 9, 2009 273
The great alpine valley; take afresh look at one of the Moon's most enigmatic features. Wood, Charles A. Nov 1, 2009 835
The Apollo landers: yep, still there! Brief article Oct 1, 2009 217
North is not up. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Oct 1, 2009 233
Water on the Moon proved, study. Brief article Sep 24, 2009 121
Conspicuous absence; Jupiter without moons and Saturn without rings are rare and remarkable events. Schaaf, Fred Calendar Sep 1, 2009 937
Shallow surprises: Observe subtle features visible only briefly each month. Wood, Charles A. Aug 1, 2009 720
Moonlit perseid meteors: mark your calendar for August 11th and 12th, even though the moon horns in. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Aug 1, 2009 296
NASA to provide unique audio to mark 40th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing. Brief article Jul 20, 2009 151
Did the Moon do a face flip? Brief article Jun 1, 2009 216
The ends of the Moon: the lunar poles are loaded with interesting features. Wood, Charles A. Jun 1, 2009 704
Nearly-full Moon hides Antares: watch a red-supergiant fire on the Moon vanish and reappear. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Jun 1, 2009 291
An international parallax campaign to measure the distance to the Moon and Mars. Cenadelli, D.; Zeni, M.; Bernagozzi, A.; Calcidese, P.; Ferreira, L.; Hoang, C.; Rijsdijk, C. Report Jun 1, 2009 1221
Sun and Moon. Bone, Neil Brief article Apr 1, 2009 212
Naming names: the rules for lunar nomenclature go back centuries. Wood, Charles A. Apr 1, 2009 725
Crescent moon occults Venus. Brief article Apr 1, 2009 170
And then there were 61. Cowen, Ron Brief article Mar 28, 2009 102
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack for early spring & middle spring 2009. Felker, W.L. Chronology Mar 1, 2009 4652
Filling up Copernicus: craters that formed in a similar fashion now look markedly different. Wood, Charles A. Mar 1, 2009 721
The Moon, the telescope, and the birth of the modern world: in 2009 you're surrounded by technology, rather than by candles and farm animals, because of something the telescope helped start. Maran, Stephen P.; Marschall, Laurence A. Feb 1, 2009 3173
February 2009: sky at a glance. Calendar Feb 1, 2009 392
The ghosts of Mare Nubium: this southern lunar sea has well-worn shores. Wood, Charles A. Feb 1, 2009 740
The Moon and the Pleiades. MacRobert, Alan Calendar Feb 1, 2009 467
50 & 25 years ago. Robinson, Leif J. Jan 1, 2009 333
Lunar occultation highlights for 2009. Dunham, David W. Jan 1, 2009 638
The moon. Jan 1, 2009 2687
Perseids on the Moon. Brief article Dec 1, 2008 131
What the astronauts saw: view the lunar sights that awed the crew of Apollo 8. Wood, Charles A. Dec 1, 2008 941
Moon transits earth. Brief article Nov 1, 2008 108
The big picture: gazing at the full Moon, you can tell a lot about its origins. Wood, Charles A. Nov 1, 2008 926
A swim in Mare Humorum: this small lunar "sea" is packed with telescopic treats. Wood, Charles A. Oct 1, 2008 777
A colorful Moon? Lunar landscapes do show hints of hue--you just need to know where to look. Wood, Charles A. Sep 1, 2008 862
Moon crosses the Pleiades. MacRobert, Allan Brief article Sep 1, 2008 186
No leap of faith. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 166
The rotating moon. Tytell, David Brief article Sep 1, 2008 112
Unseen seas: look closely, and you can spot signs of volcanic plains that lie buried under dusty lunar debris. Wood, Charles A. Aug 1, 2008 893
August's partial lunar eclipse. MacRobert, Alan Cover story Aug 1, 2008 419
A tiny whiff of moon water. Brief article Jul 1, 2008 133
The rotating Moon. Tytell, David Brief article Jul 1, 2008 108
Watching Jupiter's moons. Schaaf, Fred Table Jun 1, 2008 1332
The moons of Saturn. MacRobert, Allan Brief article Jun 1, 2008 255
Dawn moon in the Pleiades. MacReport, Alan Table Jun 1, 2008 428
Glimpse the moon's far side: get 9% more moon at no extra cost--thanks to lunar libration! Seronik, Gary May 1, 2008 1619
April 2008: sky at a glance. Calendar Apr 1, 2008 383
The big (basin) picture: two simple yet powerful processes shaped much of the lunar landscape. Wood, Charles A. Apr 1, 2008 875
Eclipses and close encounters: remarkably close pairings of bright planets occur at the beginning and end of February. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 2008 1561

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