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Articles from Sky & Telescope (May 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
... And new exoplanet hunters rising. Young, Monica Brief article 194
A comet to capture the heart. MacRobert, Alan 422
A really giant Jupiter? Prusa, Joe Letter to the editor 132
Action at Jupiter. Calendar 1454
Ancient five-planet system found. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 150
Astro Nikon. 141
Black holes: binary en route to merger? Carlisle, Camille M.; Young, Monica Brief article 305
Citizen scientists find disks. Young, Monica Brief article 121
Climbing Mt. Sharp: reforging a path for human space travel. Young, Monica Essay 568
Cosmology: inflation signal reduced to dust. Carlisle, Camille M. 519
Flying high and gazing higher. Russo, Kevin Letter to the editor 151
For the record. Letter to the editor 114
From truss to solid tube: sometimes sturdy and heavy is better than light and portable. Seronik, Gary 727
Galactic: charting the Andromeda Galaxy. Carlisle, Camille M.; Young, Monica 329
Good things come in threes: Venus, Mercury, and Saturn dazzle in the month of May. Schaaf, Fred 933
Grave findings. Heisey, Robin Letter to the editor 121
Imaging tutorial. 161
In search of North America. Grossenbacher, Roger Letter to the editor 128
Jupiter in stereo. Fusfield, Bill Letter to the editor 148
Long-lost Beagle 2 found. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article 149
May 1940. Sinnot, Roger W. Brief article 156
May 1965. Sinnot, Roger W. Brief article 149
May 1990. Sinnot, Roger W. Brief article 144
Mountain-size asteroid passes earth. MacRobert, Alan Brief article 155
Naked-eye lunar details. MacRobert, Alan 1082
Old glass, new insights: astronomers working with historic photographic plates are making novel discoveries. Agner, Mary Alexandra 1966
Planetary Almanac. Calendar 589
Planetary camera. 139
Rising above. Tyson, Peter Editorial 424
Robotic astronomy: increase your productivity with today's off-the-shelf automation. Capon, Robert 2085
Rosetta reveals Comet 67P. Beatty, J. Kelly 430
Saturn's elusive D ring: photos and sketches show this ultra-faint band--but we were fooled. Dobbins, Thomas A. 1100
Seeing triple: take a tour in Virgo with the Isolated Triplets of Galaxies. Gottlieb, Steve 1305
Sky at a glance. Calendar 329
Spin-up to habitability? ... Hall, Shannon 390
Staying the course at S&T. Schober, Al Letter to the editor 136
Surveying Skyglow: satellite images don't tell the whole story--measurements by amateur astronomers are needed. Hattenbach, Jan 2737
The Atik One CCD camera: this all-in-one CCD imaging package targets the budding astrophotographer. Horne, Johnny Product/service evaluation 1689
The hunting dogs: track treasure with the beasts of Canes Venatici. French, Sue 1505
The man who put the names on the Moon: Giambattista Riccioli had a grander plan than meets the eye--and perhaps a secret agenda. Livingston, Andrew 2930
The not-so-great red spot. Ridolfo, Frank Letter to the editor 228
The Spica hour: three bright stars and a celestial arch mark the month of May. Schaaf, Fred Column 653
There's more to find online@ 112
Z marks the spot. Seronik, Gary Brief article 293

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