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Articles from Sky & Telescope (February 1, 2017)

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75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. 458
A deep penumbral lunar eclipse: watch the Moon flirt with Earth's shadow on the evening of February 10th. MacRobert, Alan 2676
A rainbow in the velvet of the night: solving a mystery of northern lights in southern skies. Jasinski, Laurie E. 644
Anatomy of a Black Hole. Carlisle, Camille M. 972
Between the dogs: Canis Major and Canis Minor frame a dim but intriguing patch of sky. Schaaf, Fred 636
Brilliant Venus owns the evening sky: Mars accompanies the bright planet early; Jupiter shows up a bit later. Schaaf, Fred 925
Celebrating S&Ts 75th anniversary. Sales, Tom; Wiggins, Patrick Letter to the editor 344
Deep-sky goggles. 106
Europa geysers point to subsurface ocean. Beatty, J. Kelly 365
Ewen A. Whitaker, 1922-2016. Wood, Charles A. Obituary 106
ExoMars Lander fails, orbiter succeeds. Dickinson, David 415
February's sky at a glance. Brief article 272
Gemini city sights: the deep-sky treasures scattered across the Twins look great in backyard scopes. Hewitt-White, Ken 2139
Green bank goes independent. Temming, Maria 411
How are crater rims made? The circular rim crests that surround big lunar impacts tell interesting stories. Wood, Charles A. 982
Imaging adventure: Dry Tortugas: shoot from the darkest skies in the southeast. Wright, Richard S., Jr. Travel narrative 1644
It's all about the ears: a few short hops lead from a carbon star to a planetary nebula and a pair of interacting galaxies. French, Sue 1527
Juno enters safe mode. Dickinson, David Brief article 192
Mega-eye on the sky: completed last September, China's FAST has eclipsed Arecibo as the largest single-dish radio telescope in the world. Xie, Renjiang 2529
Mid-sized CCD camera. 133
More evidence for volcanoes on Venus. Beatty, J. Kelly 329
Of Black Holes and galaxies: how much influence do supermassive black holes have on their galaxies, or vice versa? Carlisle, Camille M. 3349
Often overlooked. Wedel, Mathew 438
Pentax's "Astro" DSLR: the K-3 II DSLR promises to simplify astrophotography by tracking the sky and stacking images, all from within the camera. Product/service evaluation 1762
Planetary Almanac. Table 474
Retrograde rock "stands up" in orbit. Dickinson, David Brief article 301
Rukl's first lunar atlas. Gibbons, Peter Letter to the editor 115
Subsurface Ocean on Dione? Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 312
The Craig Daniels Dogson telescope: and now for something completely different. Oltion, Jerry 743
The supernova of a lifetime: thirty years later, supernova 1987A continues to develop and surprise. Kirshner, Robert P. 2483
Totality changes everything: sun moon earth: the history of solar eclipses from omens of doom to Einstein and Exoplanets. Book review 654
Why Julian days? Goodwin, A.H. Letter to the editor 232
Witnessing a supernova. Tyson, Peter 400
Zhumell upgrade kit. 105

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