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Articles from Sky & Telescope (September 1, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
A new twist to lunar origins. 379
A rainbow's extra arcs. Kubesh, Rodney 808
A sharp scope for people on the go. Cook, Chris Evaluation 831
An unusual observatory design. Jamieson, Scott 857
Automated step-focus astrophotography. Piini, Ernie 849
Celestial survey sees first light. 282
Cosmic yardsticks. Finkbeiner, Ann K. 793
Dark nights are SAFE nights. O'Meara, Stephen James 852
Double stars of Cepheus. Haas, Sissy 888
For asteroids, breaking up is not hard to do. 466
Gravitational consequences. Petersen, Carolyn Collins 774
How the Milky Way makes molecular clouds. 372
In search of darkness. Goldman, Stuart J. 402
Mass for a massless particle? 417
Messing around. Seronik, Gary Bibliography 763
Moonlit highways. Krupp, E.C. 846
NASA's new moon. Foust, Jeffrey A. Cover Story 802
New views of our active sun. 469
Protector of the night sky. Levy, David H. Biography 811
Ripples on a Cosmic Sea: The Search for Gravitational Waves. Petersen, Carolyn Collins Book Review 764
Saturn's enigmatic crepe ring. Dobbins, Thomas; Sheehan, William 815
Summer triangle pointers. Schaaf, Fred 662
Supernova poses gamma-ray-burst puzzle. 721
Ten dark-sky years. Levy, David H. 792
The moon occults Aldebaran. MacRobert, Alan M. 679
The moons of Uranus and Neptune. MacRobert, Alan M. 855
The stars shine in Paris. Aguirre, Edwin L. 775
The sun, moon, and planets in September. Schaaf, Fred 873
The Year-Round Messier Marathon Field Guide. Seronik, Gary Book Review 757
Two new giant telescopes. 402
Uranian satellite name game. 309

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