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Articles from Sky & Telescope (March 1, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
A 20-inch dream scope: this instrument is more than a Dobsonian alternative. Seronik, Gary 733
A marathon bino session. Seronik, Gary Brief article 283
Catalog quirks. Prescher, Tom Letter to the editor 177
Cooled video. 132
Could it be? We need to learn how to talk about possible signs of E.T. intelligence. Grinspoon, David Column 597
Daily Jupiter events. 2209
Electronic eyes: increase your telescope's reach with an astrovideo camera. Macchioni, Curtis Vincent 2047
Escape to the Stars. Tyson, Peter Editorial 441
Exoplanets: watching young worlds grow. Young, Monica Brief article 178
Extragalactic Gamma rays. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 174
First-time eyepiece views. O'Shea, Michael; Dadwal, Viva; Duchek, John Letter to the editor 550
For the record. Correction notice 135
Galaxies in the Beehive: a small swarm buzzes inside the famous star cluster. Forte, Ted 1499
Galaxies: astronomers take M87's pulse. Carlisle, Camille M. 373
Inside this issue. Directory 307
Isles of light: let the colorful stars of Gemini brighten your journey along the Milky Way. French, Sue 1506
Jove at best, with followers: brightest Jupiter rises at dusk, Mars and Saturn at midnight. 802
Lowell's great refractor made new: at age 119, Lowell Observatory's legendary "Mars telescope" is reborn. Brasch, Klaus; Nye, Ralph 1697
March 1966: Soft Landing. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 109
March 1991: Quasar Mystery. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 174
March-April 1941: Skyrocket Prominence. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 171
Mars: Phobos: future ring around the red planet? Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article 163
Mars: red planet losing gas to solar wind's onslaught. Carlisle, Camille M. 569
Milky Way: young stars in an old bulge. Young, Monica Brief article 292
Missions: LISA pathfinder heads to space. Dickinson, David Brief article 267
Not so solitary after all. Baughman, Jim Letter to the editor 141
Optimus eyepieces. 116
Planetary almanac. Table 635
Sky at a glance. Seronik, Gary Brief article 240
Sky-watcher's fast astrograph: the Quattro reflector series promises photographic speed at an affordable price. Dyer, Alan Product/service evaluation 1411
Solar system: most distant object found. Beatty, J. Kelly 351
Spotting super-thin moons: learn the where and when to look for dramatically thin lunar crescents. Fleming, Tom 1287
Stellar: massive star forms from disk. Young, Monica Brief article 111
Telescope operators. Kornei, Katherine 2474
The importance of awe: can kids today still experience the "11th emotion," the key to loving astronomy? Sheehan, William 549
The not-so-great red spot: after shrinking in size for decades, is Jupiter's iconic Great Red Spot facing an identity crisis? Simon, Amy A. 2019
The power of two: stellar pairings offer a beauty of their own. Schaaf, Fred 661
The spiral arms of spring: embrace the wonders of these grand design galaxies. Whitman, Alan 2631
What's to see on Jupiter: shining from the legs of Leo, the giant planet is closest in February and March. MacRobert, Alan 812

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