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Articles from Sky & Telescope (November 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. 417
A ghost in Aquarius. Seronik, Gary Brief article 283
A Porter-inspired Dob: a stumble in the dark led to a scope built for comfort and performance. Seronik, Gary 621
Amateur space exploration: CubeSats are paving the way for pubwlic entry into orbit. DeBenedictis, Tim 3175
As Comet ISON nears ... will it become a great comet? A pathetic dud? Or something in between? MacRobert, Alan 654
Astrodon DSLR. 150
Astronomy exports for the future. Dahl, Bret Letter to the editor 247
Call for small-scope observers. Haas, Sissy Letter to the editor 264
Comet ISON & Chile tour. Naeye, Robert Editorial 402
Comet observing package. 157
Dead stars caught colliding. Carlisle, Camille M. 449
Einstein and the telescope. Peterson, Brian; Manasek, Francis J. Letter to the editor 360
Exploring messier 31: backyard scopes can reveal dozens of star clusters in the Andromeda Galaxy. Whitman, Alan 1344
Far-out exoplanet imaged. Balouchi, Shari Brief article 128
Fighting the Dew. Stanley, Keith; Davidson, David Letter to the editor 114
Five bright planets & one comet: all the classical planets and a promising comet should be visible this month. Schaaf, Fred 923
Friends: Cassiopeia offers bountiful gifts to stargazers. 1570
Gallery. Walker, Sean 370
How often do bright comets appear? With Comet ISON approaching, it's natural to ask how often truly great comets grace our skies. Rao, Joe 3404
Insight into PixInsight: a powerful image-processing program comes of age. Keller, Warren 1447
Jupiter and its moons. 1958
Let's re-name Astronomy Day: we need a catchier name, and more of them. Ridolfo, Frank 554
November meteors. Brief article 202
Oculus All-Sky Camera: ever wonder what's happening in the night sky when you're not looking? Here's a way to find out. di Cicco, Dennis Product/service evaluation 1143
Partial solar eclipse at sunrise. Brief article 167
Planetary almanac. Table 484
Planetary camera. 141
Radiation belts powered locally. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article 272
Search for intelligent worlds: to find extraterrestrial intelligence we should look for engineered exoplanets. Grinspoon, David 549
Sky at a glance. 364
Snack swinging through galactic center. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 262
Spring Stars in Fall: you can time-travel by staying up until dawn. Schaaf, Fred 608
The black widows: a mysterious group of stellar corpses resurrect themselves by sucking life from their companion stars. Romani, Roger W. 2290
The most powerful telescope ever built: ALMA's cutting-edge technology promises to unveil our cosmic origins. Young, Monica 2837
Under stress, asteroids are fragile. Zastrow, Mark Brief article 123
Weakest solar cycle in a century. Young, Monica 498

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