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Articles from Sky & Telescope (January 1, 2015)

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75, 50 & 25 Years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. 511
An observational mystery: what causes Io's enigmatic brightening? 1038
Be ever vigilant. Roemer, David Letter to the editor 378
Citizen scientists probe early galaxies. Hall, Shannon Brief article 127
Comet siding spring skims mars. Beatty, J. Kelly 372
Composing the Universe: planning your composition can raise your imaging to a whole new level. Gendler, Robert 1631
Earthshine in an early telescope. Molaro, Paolo Letter to the editor 317
Experiencing craters on earth. Stewart, Rick; Kilburn, Kevin Letter to the editor 427
Flawed giants: the world's largest optical telescopes have had to overcome serious hurdles, delaying their scientific success. Zimmerman, Robert 3215
G2 survives pass. Carlisle, Camille M. 418
Gallery. Walker, Sean 354
Gamma-ray Novae explained? Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 169
Geologically recent volcanism on the moon. Beatty, J. Kelly 329
High standards. Tyson, Peter Editorial 416
Hot products. 2583
Hubble goes the distance: using nature's gravitational lenses, astronomers are pushing the Space Telescope to its very limits to reveal primordial galaxies. Schilling, Govert 2220
Lights out, America! We need new strategies to bring back the night. Guzauskas, Bob; Henshaw, Colin 553
Mergers create disk galaxies. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 195
Mutual events of Jupiter's moons. 2343
Neutrino detection confirms Sun's power source. Hall, Shannon Brief article 109
No big beast for two ULXs. Conover, Emily 344
Oltion's Awesome Binoscope: this fine instrument was a highlight at the 2014 Oregon Star Party. Seronik, Gary 489
Planetary Almanac. Calendar 507
Sky at a glance. Calendar 346
Skygazers Almanac: what's in the sky tonight? 2404
Small galaxy boasts big black hole. Conover, Emily Brief article 139
The Alpha Persei Association. Seronik, Gary Brief article 284
The backyard sky winter: embrace the cold nights of winter to observe these seasonal delights. Mollise, Rod 2052
The big payback. Grinspoon, David 560
The fire down below: Lacaille's furnace glows with winter wonders. 1476
The Winter Hunter: Orion's splendor exceeds that of all other constellations. Schaaf, Fred 615
Venus and Mercury draw close: nightfall reveals a planetary pairing. 942
Vigil for a unique stellar eclipse: against incredible odds, this naked-eye star may self-eclipse for the first time seen. 574
Weird R gem climbs to maximum. MacRobert, Alan 403
Work begins on thirty meter telescope. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article 101

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