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Articles from Sky & Telescope (June 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Robinson, Leif J. 338
A new red spot. Naeye, Robert Brief article 280
A slice of the solar spectrum. Mack, Katherine J. 469
Amateurs spot "10th planet". Aguirre, Edwin L. Brief article 211
Astro-Tech line. 173
Astronomers agog over nearby burst. Naeye, Robert 683
Astronomy outreach book now available. Aguirre, Edwin L. Brief article 174
Astrophotos from our readers. 600
Binocular coatings. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 305
Bizarre stars explained. Brief article 130
Canes redux: June's evening sky holds a bevy of interesting galaxies for deep-sky hunters. French, Sue 1879
Canine cluster NGC 5822. Dalrymple, Les 486
Case strengthened for inflation: NASA's WMAP satellite gives a big new boost to cosmology's prevailing theory. Naeye, Robert; MacRobert, Alan 725
Cepheid cocoons. Brief article 120
China's Bootes star party shines: mainland China's annual gathering celebrates its fourth year. Aguirre, Edwin L. 417
Communication building. McDowell, Jonathan Book review 833
Death from the skies: the scariest science-fiction movie ideas are the ones that aren't fictional at all. Plait, Phil Column 2461
DSLR control. 125
Envisioning the end of the world. Sherrill, Thomas J. Biography 1928
Evening star in the east. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 199
Event calendar. Brief article 144
Fly me to the cross: the Milky Way gets top billing in June's evening sky. Bryant, Greg Editorial 702
Hanging by a thread: racing to the first spacewalk Soviet and American astronauts were kept on a short leash. Krupp, E.C. 1069
How long was Halley's tail in 1986? Schaaf, Fred Brief article 248
Human history on the moon: in the future tourists may buy postcards and take snapshots of important lunar landmarks. Wood, Charles A. 612
Jupiter's Red Spot. Sinnott, Roger W. Table 428
Just plane nuts: canceling a unique NASA science mission to pay for more Space Shuttle flights is ridiculous. Fienberg, Richard Tresch 676
Landing the moon. Gurshtein, Alexander Letter to the editor 253
Lights out. Mood, John Letter to the editor 206
M44: what's the buzz? Part I: intentional or not, turning the Praesepe into the Beehive Cluster is beefitting. O'Meara, Stephen James 719
Martian ice: wide and deep. Beatty, J. Kelly 341
Master of occultations: David Dunham has been watching the Moon run over stars for nearly 50 years. Levy, David H. 1047
Memories. Black, Larry Letter to the editor 165
Moons of Jupiter and Saturn. Sinnott, Roger W. Table 1663
NASA science in free fall: space-based astronomy faces a bleak future in the wake of recent mission cancellations and delays. McDowell, Jonathan 532
Porrima after periastron: watch this classical binary star return from single to double. MacRobert, Alan Brief article 308
Premier planetary imager: a new camera raises the bar for solar-system photography. Walker, Sean Product/service evaluation 1968
Rape of the observatory. Bell, Trudy E. 673
RS Ophiuchi has a rare outburst: this famous recurrent nova has erupted for the first time in 21 years. Aguirre, Edwin L. 445
Rummaging in Hercules: this spring constellation has an image problem. Schaaf, Fred 708
Saturn and Mars buzz the Beehive: two planets rendezvous near one of the sky's best star clusters. Schaaf, Fred 1824
Secrets of telescope resolution: computer modeling and mathematical analysis shed light on instrumental limits to angular resolution. Rickey, Daniel W. 1808
Seeing isn't believing. MacRobert, Alan M. Brief article 182
Stardust's tiny treasures. Tytell, David 337
The splendor of cosmic balance. Birriel, Jennifer 607
Upcoming asteroid occultations: the next few months offer many chances to time asteroids momentarily hiding stars. Dunham, David W. 1366
Variable stars for June. Sinnott, Roger W. 707

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