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Articles from Sky & Telescope (May 1, 2018)

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A Journey to the Dark Site of the Earth: Down Under offered these observers their best views of some dramatic, deep-sky sights. Stare, Jurij; Zembaty, Zbigniew 2294
A Whale of a Mystery. Tyson, Peter Editorial 445
Akatsuki's Views of Venus. Lakdawalla, Emily Brief article 173
Armchair Astronaut: Always wanted to see Earth from space? Now you can, anytime, with a little help from NASA TV. Brake, Mike 549
Big, Bold, Bright and Beautiful: Pick some low-hanging fruit tonight. Oltion, Jerry 2667
Chipping Away at Exoplanets: Human ingenuity is helping us unlock the secrets of unimaginably distant worlds. Grinspoon, David; Stern, Alan 565
Dark Energy Survey Releases Three-Year Data. Schilling, Govert Brief article 256
DIG into NASA's Planetary Data System: A vast treasure trove of unseen planetary images awaits intrepid amateurs. Lakdawalla, Emily 3852
Eclipse Created Atmospheric Bow Waves. Rao, Joe Brief article 174
Event Calendar. Brief article 183
GALLERY. Tezel, Tung 165
Gardening on the Red Planet. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 219
Hefty Stars Prompt Birth Debate. Young, Monica Brief article 272
Hunter's Zoom Finder: This innovative design solves several problems at once. Oltion, Jerry 798
In the Path of the Closest Comet: From Draco to Cancer a comet hurtled. Schaat, Fred Column 676
Jupiter, By Jove! The solar system's greatest gas giant puts in a bold appearance this month. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. 3420
Lunar Almanac Northern Hemisphere Sky Chart. Calendar 165
Meade's 115-Millimeter ED Triplet: This 4.5-inch apochromat packs a lot of bang for the buck. Mollise, Rod Product/service evaluation 1935
More on Surface Brightness. Brescia, Keith; Stoltzmann, David Letter to the editor 417
New Definition for Biggest Planets Proposed. Hall, Shannon Brief article 189
New Power Source for NASA. Dickinson, David Brief article 157
OBSERVING: May 2018. Brief article 246
Opposites Merge. Brief article 145
Orderly Dwarf Galaxies Challenge Cosmological Wisdom. Schilling, Govert Brief article 273
Oregon Meteorite. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article 196
Planetary Almanac. 634
Relativity Test. Brief article 108
Seeing Double. Boatright, Russ Letter to the editor 194
Seeing in the Ultraviolet? Hudson, Kathryn Letter to the editor 164
Seeing Mercury in Daylight. Marti, Dick Letter to the editor 114
Small But Fierce. Wedel, Mathew Brief article 332
Some Planets Are Bigger Tha They Appear. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 170
Spotting Jupiter's Spot: Timing is everything when it comes to glimpsing the iconic Great Red Spot. Steady seeing helps too. Beatty, J. Kelly 1264
Successful Falcon Heavy Launch. Acalin, Pauline Brief article 326
The Coma Cluster. Forte, Ted 1809
THE DARK ENERGY ENIGMA: Twenty years after they discovered cosmic expansion is accelerating, astronomers are still working hard to understand why it's happening. Woo, Marcus 3790
The Planets Run the Show: No matter what time of night you turn your gaze skyward, you should spot a planet ... or three. Schaat, Fred 1003
The Star-Clad Maiden: Visit Virgo to find these exemplary galaxies of spring. French, Sue 1769
Water Ice Exposed in Martian Cliffs. Beatty, J. Kelly 332

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