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Title Author Type Date Words
The Sun. Jan 1, 2019 1654
Voyage to the Sun: A NASA spacecraft is headed closer than ever to the star at the center of our solar system. Potenza, Alessandra Dec 1, 2018 1285
Scientists Successfully Predict Shape of Solar Corona. Sandford, Emily Dec 1, 2018 316
Parker Solar Probe Launches to "Touch the Sun". Dickenson, David Nov 1, 2018 368
Planetary Almanac. Nov 1, 2018 709
NASA Sees Climate Cooling Trend Thanks to Low Sun Activity. Oct 22, 2018 341
Shadow Science. Young, C. Alex Aug 1, 2018 3916
Planets Aplenty: The planets are out in full force this month, and they are joined by an asteroid. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2018 1013
Is the Sun Changing? Feeble sunspot cycles and other stars' behavior have prompted speculation on whether something's up with our Sun. Bobra, Monica Dec 29, 2017 1982
A Foolproof Analemma Box: This project practically guarantees good results. Oltion, Jerry Nov 22, 2017 773
Planetary almanac. Nov 1, 2017 672
Planetary Almanac. Table Oct 1, 2017 637
The Sun's Getting a Close-Up. Brief article Sep 4, 2017 175
Eclipse, at last: the "Great American" total solar eclipse is this month's star attraction. Schaaf, Fred Aug 1, 2017 1057
Another maunder minimum? Young, Monica Jun 1, 2017 400
Observing June 2017. Calendar Jun 1, 2017 1274
Curious tilt of the sun traced to planet nine. Jun 1, 2017 516
Planetary almanac. May 1, 2017 588
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
An evening-morning star: vivid Venus shines in evening twilight--and then again at dawn. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2017 1071
The twilight zone of Venus: watch for interesting atmospheric wisps when our neighbor world passes between earth and the sun this month. Dobbins, Thomas A. Mar 1, 2017 1123
Heating mechanisms of the solar corona. Sakurai, Takashi Report Feb 1, 2017 6634
Modeling Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability in Soft X-Ray Solar Jets. Zhelyazkov, Ivan; Chandra, Ramesh; Srivastava, Abhishek K. Report Jan 1, 2017 14272
Year-end extravaganza: the final month of 2016 offers views of all five bright planets. Dec 1, 2016 886
Sun spotting. Brief article Oct 15, 2016 208
June 1941: Coronium. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Jun 1, 2016 151
Planetary almanac. Jun 1, 2016 594
What's That Black Speck On The Sun? May 8, 2016 581
March-April 1941: Skyrocket Prominence. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Mar 1, 2016 171
Sun: resonant waves might heat corona. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Jan 1, 2016 298
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
A Gigantic Hole In The Sun. G., Karthik Oct 30, 2015 510
A Gigantic Hole In The Sun. Oct 30, 2015 517
Planetary Almanac. Oct 1, 2015 590
Summer sensations: Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn grace the evening, Mars and Mercury the dawn. Jul 1, 2015 965
Planetary Almanac. Calendar May 1, 2015 589
Sun: IRIS finds solar tornadoes, bombs. Young, Monica Brief article Feb 1, 2015 303
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
August 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1218
September 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1385
October 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1301
November 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1259
December 2015. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1330
The sun. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1649
Planetary Almanac. Statistical table Nov 1, 2014 486
Discovering the radio sun: the wartime discovery of radio emissions from the Sun gave birth to the field of solar radio astronomy. Smith, J. Kelly; Smith, David L. Oct 1, 2014 2143
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
Planetary almanac. Oct 1, 2014 703
Planetary almanac. Table Sep 1, 2014 623
The violet sun: a K-line filter can reveal solar activity normally hidden from view. Sep 1, 2014 1000
Planetary almanac. Table Aug 1, 2014 598
Planetary almanac. Seronik, Gary Table Jul 1, 2014 594
Planetary almanac. Table Jun 1, 2014 591
Observations of the sun using the very small telescope. Author abstract Apr 1, 2014 160
Dating an impressionist's sunset: a team of celestial sleuths has pinned down the exact time and location of one of Claude Monet's most beautiful paintings. Olson, Donald W.; Doescher, Russell L.; Bright, Laura E.; Reynolds, Hannah N.; Pope, Ava G. Feb 1, 2014 2496
Damping of linear nonadiabatic MHD waves in a flowing prominence medium. Kumar, Nagendra; Kumar, Anil; Sikka, Himanshu; Kumar, Pradeep Report Jan 1, 2014 2512
Variations in EUV irradiance: comparison between LYRA, ESP, and SWAP integrated flux. Yalim, Mehmet Sarp; Poedts, Stefaan Report Jan 1, 2014 4198
The sun. Jan 1, 2014 1659
Plasma flows befuddle theorists. Young, Monica Dec 1, 2013 386
Planetary Almanac. Table Dec 1, 2013 486
A month for bright planets: Jupiter rises before Venus sets on December evenings. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2013 909
Solar explosion forms 'Canyon of Fire'. Grant, Andrew Brief article Nov 30, 2013 179
Weakest solar cycle in a century. Young, Monica Nov 1, 2013 498
Partial solar eclipse at sunrise. Brief article Nov 1, 2013 167
Sun's future, 250 light-years away: almost twice as ancient, star offers clues to sun's fate. Grant, Andrew Oct 5, 2013 495
Solar section. Smith, Lyn Oct 1, 2013 2806
Solar section. Smith, Lyn Oct 1, 2013 467
Faint young Sun? No problem. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Oct 1, 2013 266
... and Sun sports windsock in interstellar space. Beatty, J. Kelly Oct 1, 2013 319
Planetary Almanac. Table Oct 1, 2013 505
Sun-viewing project in April and May 2013. Sheridan, Alona Sep 22, 2013 335
Planetary almanac. Table Sep 1, 2013 572
Close encounters: several celestial objects pass near to one another on the sky and in space. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2013 922
Planetary almanac. Table Jun 1, 2013 526
Mercury dances with Venus: the innermost planets appear together in twilight for most of June. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2013 964
Sighting the solstice: can you track the sunset point as well as your prehistoric ancestors did? Jun 1, 2013 521
Solar section. Smith, Lyn Jun 1, 2013 2411
Astronomers zoom in on solar hairs. Carlisle, Camille M. May 1, 2013 554
Planetary Almanac. Table May 1, 2013 566
Solar section. Smith, Lyn Feb 1, 2013 2838
Planetary almanac. Table Feb 1, 2013 593
Magnetic fields and directional spectral emissivity in sunspots and faculae: complimentary evidence of metallic behavior on the surface of the sun. Robitaille, Pierre-Marie Report Jan 1, 2013 5367
A tornado on the sun? Think the weather here is weird? It's nothing compared to space weather! Hamalainen, Karina Jan 1, 2013 1153
On the effects of viscosity on the shock waves for a hydrodynamical case--part I: basic mechanism. Cavus, Huseyin Abstract Jan 1, 2013 4514
On the onset time of several SPE/GLE events: indications from high-energy gamma-ray and neutron measurements by CORONAS-F. Kurt, Viktoria; Kudela, Karel; Yushkov, Boris; Galkin, Vladimir Abstract Jan 1, 2013 8898
The sun. Jan 1, 2013 1671
What's new in astronomy for 2012? Wilkinson, John Dec 1, 2012 1569
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
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. Sep 1, 2012 322
No bow shock at solar system boundary. Young, Monica Brief article Sep 1, 2012 309
Planetary Almanac. Statistical table Sep 1, 2012 593
Planets fly low at dusk and high at dawn: Venus and Jupiter dominate the predawn sky. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2012 886
Planetary almanac. Aug 1, 2012 545
Planetary almanac. Calendar Jul 1, 2012 544
Sun's shock wave goes missing: observations redraw picture of the local stellar environment. Drake, Nadla Jun 16, 2012 368
Sun and Planets, June 2012. Table Jun 1, 2012 563
Observing the sun. Smith, Lyn Cover story Apr 1, 2012 2468
Mercury projected on the solar corona. Baum, Richard Apr 1, 2012 3067
Farewell to film: imaging comets and the sun the old way. Hendrie, Michael Apr 1, 2012 4022
Sun and planets, February 2012. Feb 1, 2012 651
Exposing the analemma. di Cicco, Dennis Brief article Jan 1, 2012 263
The sun. Jan 1, 2012 1713
Sun and planets, December 2011. Table Dec 1, 2011 513
A great month for planets: all of the bright planets are on good display in December. Shcaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2011 892
Sun and planets, November 2010. Table Nov 1, 2011 505
Magnetic waves turn up solar heat: finding may explain why the sun's corona gets so hot. Carlisle, Camille M. Report Sep 10, 2011 332
Probing the nearest star: with the next solar maximum approaching, gear up to view the Sun. Ramsden, Stephen W. Sep 1, 2011 965
Variable stars behind the sun. Brief article Jul 1, 2011 209
Sun and planets, July 2011. Jul 1, 2011 604
The sun's a blast. Robinson, Leif J. Brief article Jun 1, 2011 111
Sun and planets, June 2011. Statistical table Jun 1, 2011 621
50 & 25 years ago. Robinson, Leif J. Brief article Apr 1, 2011 239
Mini-comets storm the sun. Brief article Apr 1, 2011 284
Solar radio astronomy: it's relatively easy to observe the sun at radio frequencies. Smith, J. Kelly; Smith, David L.; Joyner, William L. Feb 1, 2011 2075
Catch the nearest star: the Sun provides astrophotographers with a captivating target every clear day. Piepol, Greg Feb 1, 2011 1487
Solar section. Smith, Lyn Statistical data Feb 1, 2011 3211
Origin of an article. Naeye, Robert Feb 1, 2011 501
New scrutiny of the sun's secrets: the Solar Dynamics Observatory is taking continuous, fine-scale movies of every layer from the Sun's surface up. Bobra, Monica Feb 1, 2011 1476
Solar conundrum may be cracked: observations could reveal why sun's corona is so hot. Cowen, Ron Jan 29, 2011 448
Sun's heliopause: a moving target. Brief article Jan 1, 2011 296
The Sun. Jan 1, 2011 1635
Jupiter and Uranus go together: these planets reach opposition within 5 hours of each other. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2010 873
Astronomers Find Heaviest Star On Record. Jul 21, 2010 557
Sun and planets, June 2010. Calendar Jun 1, 2010 468
Satellite spots some sun secrets: first images released from Solar Dynamics Observatory. Cowen, Ron May 22, 2010 392
Saturn parades, Mars fades: four bright planets are visible at nightfall by the end of March. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2010 837
NASA launches probe to study Sun. Brief article Feb 11, 2010 187
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
The Sun. Jan 1, 2010 2002
Solar motion from Australia. Treschman, Keith Dec 1, 2009 3029
Ultraviolet and x-ray vision. McDowell, Jonathan Brief article Oct 1, 2009 304
Planetary Almanac. Calendar Sep 1, 2009 580
Conspicuous absence; Jupiter without moons and Saturn without rings are rare and remarkable events. Schaaf, Fred Calendar Sep 1, 2009 937
What's wrong with our Sun: the Sun has gone more than a year with hardly any sunspots. Astronomers are wondering what lies ahead. Zimmerman, Robert Aug 1, 2009 1749
Solar section. Smith, Lyn Aug 1, 2009 1638
Solar section. Smith, Lyn Jun 1, 2009 1124
Solar impact: variations in the Sun's output influence Earth's climate in ways scientist are still trying to discern. Grifantini, Kristina Cover story Mar 1, 2009 2605
How brightly shines the evenstar: dazzling Venus dominates the evening sky for the first two months of the new year. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2009 1710
The sun. Jan 1, 2009 1987
Fiery twisters. Brief article Oct 1, 2008 115
Hinode's solar wonderland: Japan's sun-watching satellite sheds new light on old solar mysteries. Pasachoff, Jay M. Apr 1, 2008 989
Spotlight on the sun. Bryner, Jeanna Brief article Feb 18, 2008 176
January 1958. Robinson, Leif J. Brief article Jan 1, 2008 178
Jupiter and Venus dance at dawn: the planet show goes on all night in January. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2008 1568
The sun shakes the earth. Brief article Dec 1, 2007 161
The sun's hot corona: mystery deepens. Brief article Dec 1, 2007 123
The moons of Mars and Saturn. MacRobert, Alan Table Dec 1, 2007 979
50 & 25 years ago. Robinson, Leif J. Photograph Aug 1, 2007 344
Hinode reveals the sun: the most detailed X-ray images ever captured of our star are yielding clues to how the solar atmosphere twists and pops. Bobra, Monica Aug 1, 2007 1342
Sun and planets, August 2007. Table Aug 1, 2007 907
Transit of Luna. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Jun 1, 2007 142
Sun and planets, June 2007. Table Jun 1, 2007 916
Twin-star systems enjoy double sunset. Jun 1, 2007 494
Mercury leaps up down under: for Southern Hemisphere viewers, this March the elusive innermost planet puts on its best apparition in ages. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2007 1167
Sun and planets, December 2006. Dec 1, 2006 582
Rosetta. McDowell, Jonathan Brief article Sep 1, 2006 156
Changing of the seasons: this month marks the end of summer for the Northern Hemisphere. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 2006 1213
Sun and planets, September 2006. Table Sep 1, 2006 609
Capture the Sun with your PST: high-quality hydrogen-alpha photography of the Sun can be done on a modest budget. Walker, Sean Sep 1, 2006 1746
A slice of the solar spectrum. Mack, Katherine J. Jun 1, 2006 469
Nights of the giant planets: Saturn shines in the west as Jupiter climbs up in the southeast. Shaaf, Fred May 1, 2006 1822
Sun and planets, January 2006. Statistical table Jan 1, 2006 525
Sunny delight. Brief article Jan 1, 2006 119
Sun and planets, October 2005. Schaaf, Fred Illustration Oct 1, 2005 604
Sun and planets, September 2005. Schaaf, Fred Illustration Sep 1, 2005 737
Sun and planets, August 2005. Schaaf, Fred Illustration Aug 1, 2005 600
Sun and planets, July 2005. Schaaf, Fred Illustration Jul 1, 2005 728
Sun Orionis. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief Article Jun 1, 2005 285
Serenity at sunrise. Ball, Jeff Illustration Jan 1, 2005 122
The June 10th annular eclipse of the Sun. di Cicco, Dennis Sep 1, 2002 437
High-flying disco balls. Aguirre, Edwin L. May 1, 2002 2056
Observing the sun's magnetic pull. (Astronomy). Brief Article Dec 22, 2001 398
The Sun, Moon, and planets in December. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 2001 1958
December's annular eclipse of the Sun. Deans, Paul Dec 1, 2001 375
The sun, the moon and planets in October. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2001 1718
Ask Doctor Cory. SerVaas, Cory Letter to the Editor Jul 1, 2001 567
Make a Solar Apple. Beck, Joy Jul 1, 2001 170
The Sun, Moon, and Planets in June. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 2001 1777
Magnetic and gaseous behavior in the sun. Day, Amelia L. Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 110
Today's science of the sun. Part 1. Schrijver, Carolus J.; Title, Alan M. Cover Story Feb 1, 2001 2531
Ulysses makes a return trip. R.C. Brief Article Sep 23, 2000 207
White-Light Adventures on the Sun. Seronik, Gary Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 588
Near-Earth Space. MCDOWELL, JONATHAN Brief Article Aug 1, 2000 204
The Fires of the Sun. Bodanis, David Jun 22, 2000 2961
The Sun, Moon, and Planets in April. Schaaf, Fred Statistical Data Included Apr 1, 2000 1158
Spacecraft sounds out the sun's hidden half. Cowen, R. Brief Article Mar 18, 2000 441
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
MAY'S PUNCHLESS SOLAR WIND. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief Article Mar 1, 2000 403
Solar magnetism: Memories are made of this. Cowen, R. Feb 12, 2000 528
Under Mercury's Shadow. Aguirre, Edwin L. Brief Article Feb 1, 2000 184
Shadow Painting the Globe. Meeus, Jean Aug 1, 1999 1699
Outta sight! A crafty peek at the sun's back. Cowen, R. Brief Article Jul 3, 1999 585
A Beginner's Guide to Solar Observing. Medkeff, Jeff Jun 1, 1999 1866
YOU CAN DO IT. Brief Article May 10, 1999 110
The Sun, Moon, and Planets in May. Schaaf, Fred Brief Article May 1, 1999 1079
S Shape May Help Predict Solar Storms. Cowen, R. Brief Article Mar 13, 1999 589
Sun storm squeezes Earth's ionosphere. R.C. Brief Article Jan 9, 1999 272
Solar goings-on. Goldman, Stuart J. Jan 1, 1999 623
The sun, moon, and planets in December. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 1998 1483
New views of our active sun. Sep 1, 1998 469
The sun, moon, and planets in September. Schaaf, Fred Sep 1, 1998 873
The sun, moon, and planets in July. Schaaf, Fred Jul 1, 1998 1090
The sun, moon, and planets in June. Schaaf, Fred Jun 1, 1998 1157
Craft eyes solar storms, hints at cooler core. Cowen, Ron Brief Article May 2, 1998 462
First darkness. Beatty, J. Kelly May 1, 1998 496
Reactions from the locals. MacRobert, Alan M. May 1, 1998 554
The sun, moon, and planets in May. Schaaf, Fred May 1, 1998 1040
The Sun, Moon, and planets in April. Schaaf, Fred Apr 1, 1998 1595
The Sun: an observing primer. Hill, Harold Mar 1, 1998 2063
Solar filter safety. Chou, B. Ralph Feb 1, 1998 2333
The sun, moon, and planets in February. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 1998 926
The February 26th eclipse of the sun. MacRobert, Alan M. Feb 1, 1998 1750
The sun, moon, and planets in December. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 1997 1087
The sun, moon, and planets in October. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 1997 749
Observing the sun by projection. Sandel, Jeffery Oct 1, 1997 1475
Seeing under the sun's skin. Kennewell, John4 Jun 1, 1997 1219
Sundog simulator. Goldman, Stuart J.; Kubesh, Rodney J. Jan 1, 1997 979
Gong: probing the Sun's hidden heart. Kennedy, James R. Oct 1, 1996 2738
Unsolved mysteries of the sun. Lang, Kenneth R. Sep 1, 1996 2986
Unsolved mysteries of the sun. Lang, Kenneth R. Aug 1, 1996 2926
Spacecraft to the sun: a probe named Ulysses takes a top-to-bottom look at our local star. Liles, George May 3, 1996 322
Ulysses: solar sojourner. Mardsen, Richard G.; Smith, Edward J. Mar 1, 1996 3780
Stairway to the stars. Krupp, E.C. Sep 1, 1995 1214
Sunny findings from Ulysses and Spartan. Brief Article Aug 5, 1995 327
Starry wonders south and north. Schaaf, Fred Aug 1, 1995 2168
Getting the maximum at minimum. Jun 1, 1995 859
The arrival of bright winter stars. Schaaf, Fred Dec 1, 1994 2278
Ulysses finds surprise at sun's south pole. Lipkin, Richard Brief Article Nov 19, 1994 307
Ulysses begins polar exploration. Brief Article Aug 6, 1994 352
The green and blue flash. Feb 1, 1994 1162
Motion of the sun. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 221
Solar prominences. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 107
Distance of the sun. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 260
The beautiful but persistent Bishop's ring. O'Meara, Stephen James Column Aug 1, 1993 866
The sun's environs: a bubble burst? Peterson, Ivars Apr 17, 1993 648
Hale's forgotten observatory. Beatty, J. Kelly Mar 1, 1993 756
Orion at its peak. Schaaf, Fred Column Feb 1, 1993 1669
Bound for the sun, by Jove. Oct 20, 1990 516
Giving birth to a solar prominence. Cowen, Ron Jan 27, 1990 384
Snapping the sun's sharpest x-ray image. Sep 30, 1989 416
Solar prominence heads back to the sun. Eberhart, J. Jul 22, 1989 393
Fantastic fortnight of active region 5395. Eberhart, Jonathan Apr 8, 1989 525
Cold cloud may contain unseen solar dust. Knox, Charles Oct 15, 1988 379
A swirl on the sun's blotchy face. Peterson, Ivars Sep 17, 1988 380
Astronomers plan a month on the sun. Eberhart, Jonathan Aug 27, 1988 393
More than just your average star: new pictures of the sun reveal a number of surprising and puzzling solar features. Peterson, Ivars Jul 2, 1988 2607
A more complex solar cycle. Thomsen, Dietrick E. Jan 17, 1987 980
Something new under (the surface of) the sun. Thomsen, Dietrick E. Jul 12, 1986 787
Efficient WIMPs would rescue the sun. Thomsen, Dietrick E. May 24, 1986 418
Desperately seeking Kepler; cool stars - of which the sun is one - bring together solar and stellar astronomers in a fast-growing new field of study. Thomsen, Dietrick E. Dec 7, 1985 2654
Spacelab 2 on the space shuttle: abort to success. Eberhart, Jonathan Aug 10, 1985 958
Weak sun blamed on WIMPS. Thomsen, Dietrick E. Jul 13, 1985 665
Solar news: convection and magnetism. Thomsen, D.E. May 25, 1985 607

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