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Articles from Sky & Telescope (April 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
A dry Enceladus? Naeye, Robert Brief article 237
A lesson in what we don't know: knowledge can be enlightening but so can mystery. Shaberman, Ben A. 681
April 1957. Robinson, Leif J. 135
April 1982. Robinson, Leif J. Brief article 141
Arthritis and the sleepy amateur. Cassidy, Susan Letter to the editor 136
Autoguiding interface. Brief article 101
Battlefield galactica: dark matter vs. MOND. Schilling, Govert 2964
Clustered along the Milky Way: April's Milky Way is filled with clusters. Bryant, Greg 703
Confounded craters. Pohnan, Bill, Jr. Letter to the editor 237
COROT. McDowell, Jonathan 391
Count light pollution out: equipped with nothing more than their eyes, stargazers around the world are using organized star counts to assess light pollution. Schaaf, Fred 1699
Deep survey yields first results: COSMOS has mapped the 3-D distribution of dark matter. Naeye, Robert 416
Eyepiece barrels. di Cicco, Dennis Brief article 200
From a galaxy far, far away ... MacRobert, Alan Brief article 121
High-definition living: you're gonna need a bigger monitor. Goldman, Stuart J. 581
Kuiper Belt counts. Naeye, Robert Brief article 240
Last hurrah: images returned by NASA's intrepid Mars orbiter have revealed evidence of recent water flows and fresh impact craters. Chaikin, Andrew 1717
Layers of constellations: two rows of bright constellations span April's western sky. Schaaf, Fred 531
Lost in time. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 242
M67: cancer's other cluster. Seronik, Gary 519
Mapping the sky to the page. Gay, Pamela L. Book review 641
Mars underground. Naeye, Robert Brief article 229
Meteors and Meteorites: Origins and Observations. Goldman, Stuart J. Book review 165
Milky way black hole has a snack: the central black hole gobbled a Mercury-mass blob some 60 years ago. Naeye, Robert 385
Mystery maria: a few of the moon's biggest features are also its most puzzling. Wood, Charles A. 799
Nearby-star news. Naeye, Robert Brief article 276
Of once and future planets. Petersen, Carolyn Collins Book review 956
Orion binary makes no sense. Naeye, Robery Brief article 206
Planets of dusk and dawn: Venus and Saturn shine in the evening. Catch Jupiter and Mars at daybreak. Schaaf, Fred 979
Portable pier lift. Brief article 125
Postcards from Mars: The First Photographer on the Red Planet. Tytell, David Book review 141
Private astronomy: patterns in the stars remain a playground for fertile imaginations. Krupp, E.C. 955
Sharing the sky: before we can teach, we must inspire. Levy, David H. 986
Smarter observing with Deep-Sky Planner 4: are you a time-challenged skygazer? This software can help you organize and log your observations. Ratledge, David Product/service evaluation 1306
Sunspot size. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 115
Superduper Supernova: the most luminous supernova ever observed raises important questions about how massive stars end their lives. Naeye, Robert 1010
Surplus of stardust results. Naeye, Robert Brief article 308
The blue witch. Croswell, Ken 445
The first triple quasar. Naeye, Robert 399
The great comet of 2007. Photograph 660
The Illustrated Timeline of the Universe: A Crash Course in Words & Pictures. Goldman, Stuart J. Book review 139
The Lion's lair: April is galaxy time. French, Sue 1719
The Lyrid meteors. MacRobert, Alan 611
The moons of Jupiter. MacRobert, Alan Table 1283
The moons of Saturn. MacRobert, Alan Table 1169
The other side of the story: in politics, there are two sides to every story. Not so in science. Fienberg, Richard Tresch 708
Titan's sierras. Naeye, Robert Brief article 181
Two dark-side occultations of Regulus: the waxing Moon covers bright Regulus on the mornings of March 30th and April 26th--if you're positioned right. MacRobert, Alan 469
Underappreciated NGC 3201. Dalrymple, Les 519

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