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Articles from Sky & Telescope (November 1, 2016)

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"Last contact": Percival Lowell made his final observation 100 years ago this month. Sheehan, William 1134
A brief history of Sky & Telescope: we mark our 75th anniversary with a look hack at some of the people, places, and events that helped launch the magazine you're reading. di Cicco, Dennis 2856
A lifetime of science and skywatching. MacRobert, Alan 3470
Antonin Rukl, 1932-2016. Poshedly, Ken Obituary 292
Big, new, far-out object. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article 320
Braking bad habits: how to make your lightweight scope behave. Oltion, Jerry 712
Celebrating 75 years of S&T. Federer, Charles Anthony "Tony", III; Meredith, Barbara "Federer" Letter to the editor 324
Circling Northern Lacerta: an abundance of deep-sky sights reside in this tiny constellation. 1532
Clouds rain down. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 291
Colors in the Trifid Nebula. Dittrich, Aaron Letter to the editor 101
Diamond anniversary: Mark the occasion with an exploration of royal riches. Schaaf, Fred 646
Evening on the ecliptic: Venus, Saturn, and Mars shine at dusk, Jupiter gleams at dawn. 925
FRIPON: a new all-sky network. Dickinson, David Brief article 190
Giant found in triple-star system. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 319
Giant planets out of sync. Aceves, Ana V. Brief article 159
Glaring issues with streetlights: the American Medical Association speaks out on new LED lighting. Motta, Mario 596
K2 confirms 100+ exoplanets. Aceves, Ana V. Brief article 112
Larger than life. Tyson, Peter Editorial 482
Mac control. 131
Mars 2020 Rover moves ahead. Dickinson, David Brief article 129
Mid-sized dome. 105
Newborns point to early chaos. Young, Monica 440
No WIMPs from LUX. Young, Monica Brief article 333
November 1941. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 136
November 1966. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 228
November 1991. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 162
November meteors. Brief article 335
Planetary almanac. 591
Pluto's perplexing atmosphere: thanks to New Horizons, planetary scientists realize most of what they thought they knew about Pluto's climate was wrong. Beatty, J. Kelly 1881
Pulsing stars in Cepheus: check in on these happening stars, both famous and obscure. 1047
Pushing the limit: an intrepid astro-imager goes where no amateur has gone before. Walker, Sean 966
Scoping the Tints of Uranus and Neptune. Beatty, J. Kelly 512
Sky at a glance. Brief article 213
Small scope asterisms: learn about the stories behind these whimsical star patterns & where to find them. Stratton, Troy 2185
Spy dish restored for education. Aceves, Ana V. Brief article 235
Starbirth in Scorpius. Beatty, J. Kelly 342
Thank our lucky planets: human history has always been linked to the influence of distant orbits. Grinspoon, David 582
The charioteer's cross. Wedel, Mathew Brief article 315
The dark creatures of Cepheus: up the aperture to track down the Seahorse and Elephant Trunk Nebulae. Whitman, Alan 1105
The nearest Northern Star? Bradbury, Mark A. Letter to the editor 113
The Stellarvue SVA-I30T: this premium 5.1-inch apochromat is aimed at observers and imagers alike. Lodriguss, Jerry Product/service evaluation 1629
Tracing the "Teapot". Petersen, Phil Letter to the editor 129
Using the map. Brief article 111
Versatile mount. 117
Why does ammonia float? Baughman, Jim Letter to the editor 265

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