Printer Friendly

Articles from Sky & Telescope (October 1, 2013)

1-40 out of 40 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
... and Sun sports windsock in interstellar space. Beatty, J. Kelly 319
75, 50 & 25 Years Ago. Sinnott, Roger W. 397
A glassy blue Jupiter. Zastrow, Mark Brief article 313
A new lunar atlas for a new century: 21st Century Atlas of the Moon. Seronik, Gary Book review 626
A pivotal month: the celestial glories of summer are replaced by their autumn counterparts. Schaaf, Fred 591
A weak penumbral lunar eclipse. 173
Action at Jupiter. MacRobert, Alan 2031
Back to the Big Bang: a faint signal hidden in the universe's earliest light might reveal what happened in the first moment after cosmic birth. Lieberman, Bruce 2859
Cat-astrophic observing session: a feline "friend" interferes with the author's astronomy plans. Stratmann, Henry G. 566
Chasing totality from the stratosphere: braving the Australian Outback, an international amateur team launched a balloon to catch last November's solar eclipse. Beldea, Catalin; Cali, Joe 2092
Crowded clusters host planets. Balouchi, Shari Brief article 151
Disk gaps might not signal planets. Balouchi, Shari Brief article 164
Dob riser. 123
Doubling up in Capricornus. Seronik, Gary Brief article 304
Drawing the Moon: sketching lunar features trains you to see more. 723
Faint young Sun? No problem. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article 266
Gallery. Walker, Sean 289
Is cosmic optimism realistic? Shaheen, William; Mortenson, Mike; Marrou, Chris Letter to the editor 842
Milky way's makeup. Lilienfeld, Pedro Letter to the editor 144
Money spent down here. Naeye, Robert Editorial 415
More meetings at dusk & dawn: Venus and Mars experience close encounters with bright stars this month. 947
Mystery signals from space. Carlisle, Camille M. 465
New Neptune Moon discovered ... Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article 199
No-tools collimation: here's a simple method for aligning your telescope's optics without lasers or other gadgets. Seronik, Gary 720
October's dawn window for Sirius B. Whitman, Alan 829
One curiosity, two visions of the heavens. Ashmore, A.M. 493
Planetary Almanac. Table 505
Processing compendium. 107
S&T's constellations. MacRobert, Alan Brief article 302
Satellite app. 185
Scutum to Cassiopeia: the autumn Milky Way is rich in nearby clusters and nebulae. Crossen, Craig 3383
Sky at a glance. Calendar 234
Spotting Uranus and Neptune: in the Great Celestial Sea float the ice-giant twins of autumn evenings. MacRobert, Alan Brief article 302
Taming a stellar zoo. Zastrow, Mark Brief article 311
The age of Aquarius: explore the delights of the celestial water carrier. French, Sue 1511
The Baader Q-Turret Eyepiece Set: this modern take on a classic telescope accessory and eyepiece design is a boon for planetary observers and imagers. Walker, Sean Product/service evaluation 1665
The great supernova race: in the effort to discover exploding stars, professionals have taken the lead, but amateurs have managed to stay in the game. Zimmerman, Robert 2353
The man who illustrated the heavens: H.A. Rey, co-creator of Curious George, turned his talents skyward to demystify the stars. Ashmore, Ann Mulloy 1346
Tips for hunting Sirius B. MacRobert, Alan 386
Two spacecraft bite the cosmic dust. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 159

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2022 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |