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 Australian Sky & Telescope Index - 2012

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Issues

58: January 2012

59: February/March 2012

60: April 2012

61: May/June 2012

62: July 2012

63: August/September 2012

64: October 2012

65: November/December 2012

 

Authors

Aguirre, Edwin L. and Joson, Imelda B.: Lowell's New Discovery Machine, 61:32

Andersson, B-G: The Southern Coalsack - The Coolest Hot Cloud on the Southern Sky, 61:38

Andreo, Rogelio Bernal: Building Mosaics in PixInsight, 61:86

Beatty, J. Kelly: Closure Nears for Two Hawaiian Observatories, 65:10

              M31-Milky Way Crash No Fender-Bender, 65:18

              Mercury's Marvels, 65:32

              Mining for Fun and Profit, 64:16

              New Eye in Store for Russian Heavyweight, 64:16

              Pluto Sports Fifth Moon in Step with Other Four, 65:16

              The Moon's Mysterious Birth and Facial Secrets, 64:13

              Titan's Lakes, Subsurface Ocean, 65:14

              WISE Eye on the Infrared Sky, 63:14

Beatty, J. Kelly and Carlisle, Camille M.: Projects Make Headway on Ground and in Space, 63:18

Bell, Jim: Dawn's Early Light: A Vesta Fiesta!, 59:30

              Seeing the Moon Like Never Before, 64:24

Bell, Trudy E.: The Great Telescope Race, 64:34

Bolton, Mark: Let's Talk About Imaging, 59:80

Bortle, John E.: The Remarkable Case of Comet Lovejoy, 62:26

Brasch, Klaus: Chilean Imaging Odyssey, 64:30

Brown, Michael E.: Observing the Telescope Tribe, 65:98

Bryant, Greg: A Glorious Sculpture, 65:52

              A Jovian Occultation, 64:54

              A New View of the Heavens, 65:8

              A Trio of Planetary Delights, 59:54

              A Year Of Anticipation, 58:8

              A Pre-Dawn Gathering in Taurus, 62:52

              All Alone in the Night, 65:24

              Amateur Science, 63:8

              An Evening Partial Lunar Eclipse, 61:67

              Australia Shares In the SKA, 63:24

              Bold Visions, 62:8

              Comet Elenin Fades Away, 58:59

              Eclipsed by a Transit, 61:54

              From Numbers to Sky Simulations, 61:8

              Gems of the North, 61:52

              Getting Involved in Science, 59:8

              Learn The Night Sky, 60:52

              Orion and the Summer Sky, 58:52

              Reflections On A Supernova, 59:52

              Saturn Shines at Opposition, 60:54

              Supernovae: Who's The BOSS

              The Heart of the Scorpion, 62:50

              The King of Summer's Skies, 65:54

              The Lure of the Lyre, 63:50

              The Moon Joins Jupiter and Venus, 63:52

              The Watery Sky, 64:52

              Top 10 Stories of 2011, 58:24

              Transitory Matters, 64:8

              Two New Multi-Planet Systems, 63:12

              Our Dynamic Sky, 60:8

              Venus Meets Neptune, 58:54

Burton, Donna: Australian Astronomy Update, 58:28

Carlisle, Camille M.: Ancient Astronomers: Smarter Than We Knew?, 63:14

              Bino Scope Opens Sharp Eye, 63:16

              Distant Galaxies Hint at Exotic Particle, 63:16

              Dunes on the Move, 65:12

              Einstein's Shadow, 61:24

              Leviathan Peels Star Before Eating, 64:12

              Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays Still a Mystery, 64:18

Ceravolo, Debra: Natural Colour with Six Filters, 64:80

Covington, Michael A.: Deep Sky with your DSLR, 63:72

Craft, Stephen P.: Metal-Poor Stars Parent Small Planets, Too

Crisp, Richard: Residual Bulk Image: Cause and Cure, 59:76

Crouch, Steve: My Part in the Discovery of a Globular Cluster, 62:94

Dalrymple, Les: A Galaxy Hop in Dorado, 65:70

              A Globular Workout in Ophiuchus, 62:70

              A Minor Part of the Sky, 59:72

              Adieu Curiosity, 63:94

              Dunlop's Spring Best, 64:70

              Fly with the Phoenix, 63:68

              In the Shadows of Antares, 61:80

              Messier 25, 62:48

              NGC 1647, 58:50

              NGC 2017, 65:50

              NGC 5460 in Centaurus, 60:50

              Pole Position, 63:48

              Postcards from the edge-on, 60:72

              The Dog Nights of Summer, 58:72

              Underobserved M93, 59:50

              Zeta Reticuli, 64:50

              Zubenelgenubi, 61:50

di Cicco, Dennis: 2 Scopes for an Active Sun, 61:84

              Rethinking Solar Eclipse Photography, 63:80

              Tele Vue's New Delos Eyepieces, 58:82

              The Paramount MX, 64:86

Dobbins, Thomas: Enigma of the Ashen Light, 61:62

Ellyard, David: Cassiopeia and Supernovae, 63:22

               Curtis v Shapley: How big is everything?, 60:20

               Elusive Vulcan, 59:22

               Pulsars by the thousand, 65:22

               Sampling A Comet, 58:22

               The Farthest Galaxy, 64:22

Espenak, Fred and Anderson, Jay: May's Great Annular Eclipse, 60:80

               November's Total Solar Eclipse, 63:76

               The June Transit of Venus, 61:68

Field, Tom: Spectroscopy for Everyone, 62:76

Fienberg, Richard Tresch: TIny Tracker - The Vixen Polarie, 62:84

Flanders, Tony: Earth, Wind, Water, & Fire, 64:46

French, Sue: Come Night, 65:66

               Hydra's Coils, 61:76

               Mad for the Night, 62:64

               Oddities in Northern Orion, 59:66

               Taking the Bull by the Horns, 58:68

               The Eagle and the Shield, 63:64

               The Fleet-Winged Bird, 64:64

               The Southern Main, 60:68

Gabany, R. Jay: Layering Image Contrast, 60:76

Gendler, Robert: Processing Your Own Hubble Images, 65:80

Gould, Ross: A Pony-Cart of Doubles, 64:60

               A Pride of Doubles, 60:66

               As the Crow Flies, 61:74

               Between Serpents and the Scorpion, 62:60

               The River near Orion, 58:66

               Sailing by the Big Dog, 59:64

               Some Doubles in Eastern Tucana, 65:62

               Where the Eagle meets the Serpent, 63:62

Gottlieb, Steve: The Galaxy Group AWM 1, 59:70

Grinspoon, David: Days of Powder and Planets, 62:22

               Losing Venus, 59:20

               My Apologies to Mercury, 61:22

               Planetary Changes of the Fourth Kind, 58:20

Hammel, Heidi: Why We Should Build Webb, 59:98

Heafner, Joe: Southern Stars' SkySafari 3, 60:84

Hewitt-White, Ken: Off the Beaten Path in Southern Hercules, 62:68

               Pretty Pegasus Pair, 64:68

Higgs, Jim: My Interest in Stars Coalesces, 64:98

Horne, Johnny: Orion Parsec 8300M, 58:80

Ireland, Michael and Robertson, Gordon: Exploring the Southern Stars with SUSI, 59:36

Kerr, Steve: Acting the Goat, 63:56

                Grazing Jupiter, 64:57

                One for Each End, 59:58

                Scorpion Eyes, 62:56

Kier, Ruben: Going Against the Grain, 62:80

Kloppenborg, Brian and Pearson, Tom: Photometry for All in the Digital Age, 58:76

Lakdawalla, Emily: Face to Face with a Giant, 58:30

Lazio, Joseph: How Alien Astronomers Could Find Earth, 60:24

Lockwood, Mike: Measuring Asteroids with Homemade Monsters, 65:74

Luckas, Paul: The SPIRIT Telescope Initiative, 63:32

MacRobert, Alan: Ask AS&T, 59:83, 60:88

Maor, Eli: In the Footsteps of the First Recorded Transit of Venus, 61:44

Motta, Mario: Light Pollution's Medical Effects, 58:98

Musgrave, Ian: Dude, where's my Apocalypse?, 60:98

Naeye, Robert: Higgs Hype Merited, 65:16

Olson, Donald W. et al: The Moon and the Origin of Frankenstein, 60:32

Onken, Christopher: A Student's View of a Spiral Galaxy

Orwig, Jessica: Colourful Cluster Transformation, 64:13

Parks, Bob: The Battle to Control Light Pollution, 58:44

Plummer, Alan: John Tebbutt's Variables, 60:58

                NACAA 2012, 65:86

                R Leporis, 65:58

                R Normae, 62:57

                R Pictoris, 64:59

                R Scuti, 63:57

                RS Puppis, 59:59

                V854 Centauri, 61:58

                VY Canis Majoris, 58:59

Rafferty, Ted: Galaxies in My Backyard, 61:98

Ramsden, Stephen W.: Probing the Nearest Star, 60:64

Rhea, Randy: Observing Geosynchronous Satellites, 64:74

Rich, Michael: Galaxies Seen in a New Light, 65:26

Robertson, Peter et al.: Early Australian Observations of Centaurus A, 62:32

Sanchez-Lavega, Agustin: Saturn's Raging Superstorm, 63:26

Schawinski, Kevin: Galaxy Zoo and the Wisdom of crowds, 59:42

Seargent, David: A First Look at PANSTARRS, 63:56

              A Pair Of Comets For Spring, 64:58

              Challenging Comets for Year's End, 65:60

              Comet Garradd's Return South, 60:60

              Farewell to Garradd, 61:58

              Prospects for Comet Levy, 58:58

              Twilight Views of Comet Machholz 1, 62:58

Seronik, Gary: 5 Binocular Factors that Matter, 60:46

              A 21st-Century RFT, 60:86

              A Beauty of a Binoscope, 62:74

              A Collapsible-Tube Dob, 63:85

              A Junk-Shed Bino Mount, 61:83

              A Simple Hinge Tracker, 58:84

             The Dob Buster, 59:88

Sheehan, William: Ring Spokes Return, 58:62

Stencel, Robert: An End in Sight, 63:36

Stevenson, David Sinclair: Super-Charged Supernovae, 58:38

Tafreshi, Babak A.: Star Trails from the Top of the World, 60:40

Venable, Roger: Ruddy Mars Returns, 59:62

Walker, Sean: Lunt's New 80-mm Hydrogen-alpha Solar Scope, 59:84

Williams, Thomas R. and Saladyga, Michael: A Century of AAVSO Progress, 65:40

Wood, Charles A.: A Lunar Volcanic Crater, 60:62

             A Tool for Lunar Observers, 64:62

             Counting Craters, 65:64

             Discover the Moon, 62:60

             Giant Lunar Shield Volcanoes?, 59:60

             Lunar Dominance, 58:60

             Over the Edge, 61:60

             The Art of Seeing, 63:60

Young, Monica: Dark Energy BOSSes Around the Universe, 64:14

              New Fuel for Supernova Debate, 63:10

              Train Wreck Cluster Causes Stir, 63:12

Zimmerman, Robert: Finding the Sun's Lost Nursery, 62:40

 

Departments

Ask AS&T:

              Building Solar Systems, 60:88

              Eyeball Cosmology, 60:88

              Lube for Telescope Mounts, 59:83

Astrophotography:

              Building Mosaics in PixInsight, 61:86

              Deep Sky with your DSLR, 63:72

              Going Against the Grain, 62:80

              Layering Image Contrast, 60:76

              Natural Colour with Six Filters, 64:80

              Photometry for All in the Digital Age, 58:76

              Processing Your Own Hubble Images, 65:80

              Residual Bulk Image: Cause and Cure, 59:76

              Rethinking Solar Eclipse Photography, 63:80

              Spectroscopy for Everyone, 62:76

Binocular Highlight:

              Messier 25, 62:48

              NGC 1647, 58:50

              NGC 2017, 65:50

              NGC 5460 in Centaurusa, 60:50

              Pole Position, 63:48

              Underobserved M93, 59:50

              Zeta Reticuli, 64:50

              Zubenelgenubi, 61:50

Celestial Calendar:

              A First Look at PANSTARRS, 63:56

              A Pair Of Comets For Spring, 64:58

              Acting the Goat, 63:56

              An Evening Partial Lunar Eclipse, 61:67

              Challenging Comets for Year's End, 65:60

              Comet Elenin Fades Away, 58:59

              Comet Garradd's Return South, 60:60

              Farewell to Garradd, 61:61

              Grazing Jupiter, 64:57

              John Tebbutt's Variables, 60:58

              One for Each End, 59:58

              Prospects for Comet Levy, 58:58

              R Leporis, 65:58

              R Normae, 62:57

              R Pictoris, 64:59

              R Scuti, 63:57

              RS Puppis, 59:59

              Scorpion Eyes, 62:56

              Twilight Views of Comet Machholz 1, 62:58

              VY Canis Majoris, 58:59

Cosmic Relief:

              Days of Powder and Planets, 62:22

              Losing Venus, 59:20

              My Apologies to Mercury, 61:22

              Planetary Changes of the Fourth Kind, 58:20

Deep Sky Delights:

              A Galaxy Hop in Dorado, 65:70

              A Globular Workout in Ophiuchus, 62:70

              A Minor Part of the Sky, 59:72

              Dunlop's Spring Best, 64:70

              Fly with the Phoenix, 63:68

              In the Shadows of Antares, 61:80

              Postcards from the edge-on, 60:72

              The Dog Nights of Summer, 58:72

Discoveries:

              Cassiopeia and Supernovae, 63:22

              Curtis v Shapley: How big is everything?, 60:20

              Elusive Vulvan, 59:22

              Pulsars by the thousand, 65:22

              Sampling A Comet, 58:22

              The Farthest Galaxy, 64:22

Double Star Notes:

              A Pony-Cart of Doubles, 64:60

              A Pride of Doubles, 60:66

              As the Crow Flies, 61:74

              Between Serpens and the Scorpion, 62:62

              Sailing by the Big Dog, 59:64

              Some Doubles in Eastern Tucana, 65:62

              The River near Orion, 58:66

              Where the Eagle meets the Serpent, 63:62

Exploring the Moon:

              A Lunar Volcanic Crater, 60:62

              A Tool for Lunar Observers, 64:62

              Counting Craters, 65:64

              Discover the Moon, 62:60

              Giant Lunar Shield Volcanoes?, 59:60

              Lunar Dominance, 58:60

              Over the Edge, 61:60

              The Art of Seeing, 63:60

Exploring the Solar System:

              Enigma of the Ashen Light, 61:62

              Probing the Nearest Star, 60:64

              Ring Spokes Return, 58:62

              Ruddy Mars Returns, 59:62

Features:

              A Century of AAVSO Progress, 65:40

              A Student's View of a Spiral Galaxy, 59:24

              An End in Sight, 63:36

              Australia Shares In the SKA, 63:24

              Australian Astronomy Update, 58:28

              Dawn's Early Light: A Vesta Fiesta!, 59:30

              Early Australian Observations of Centaurus A, 62:32

              Einstein's Shadow, 61:24

              Exploring the Southern Stars with SUSI, 59:36

              Face to Face with a Giant, 58:30

              Finding the Sun's Lost Nursery, 62:40

              Galaxies Seen in a New Light, 65:26

              Galazy Zoo and the Wisdom of crowds, 59:42

              How Alien Astronomers Could Find Earth, 60:24

              In the Footsteps of the First Recorded Transit of Venus, 61:44

              Lowell's New Discovery Machine, 61:32

              Mercury's Marvels, 65:32

              Saturn's Raging Superstorm, 63:26

              Seeing the Moon Like Never Before, 64:24

              Super-Charged Supernovae, 58:38

              Supernovae: Who's The BOSS?, 59:26

              The Battle to Control Light Pollution, 58:44

              The Great Telescope Race, 64:34

              The Moon & the Origin of Frankenstein, 60:32

              The Remarkable Case of Comet Lovejoy, 62:26

              The Southern Coalsack - The Coolest Hot Cloud on the Southern Sky, 61:38

              The SPIRIT Telescope Initiative, 63:32

              Top 10 Stories of 2011, 58:24

              Zooming in on the Sun, 64:40

Focal Point:

              Adieu Curiosity, 63:94

              Dude, where's my Apocalypse?, 60:98

              Galaxies in My Backyard, 61:98

              Light Pollution's Medical Effects, 58:98

              My Interest in Stars Coalesces, 64:98

              My Part in the Discovery of a Globular Cluster, 62:94

              Observing the Telescope Tribe, 65:98

              Why We Should Build Webb, 59:98

Going Deep:

              Off the Beaten Path in Southern Hercules, 62:68

              Pretty Pegasus Pair, 64:68

              The Galaxy Group AWM 1, 59:70

New Product Showcase:

              4.7-mm Ethos-SX eyepiece (Tele Vue), 63:20

              17.3-mm Delos eyepiece (Tele Vue), 65:20

              428EX CCD camera (Atik Cameras), 62:20

              A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way (Barnard), 58:18

              Australasian Sky Guide (Nick Lomb), 59:18

              Bizarre Universe (Bryan Gaensler), 59:18

              CCDAutoPilot 5.0 (CCDWare), 61:20

              EOS 60Da camera (Canon), 64:20

              Eye & Telescope 3.0 (Cambridge University Press), 62:20

              LX800 German Equatorial Mount with StarLock (Meade), 58:18

              Lyra Double Double Mounting System (FAR Laboratories), 65:20

              New Eyes on the Sun (Wilkinson), 63:20

              OAG-8300 Wide Field Off-Axis Guider (SBIG), 61:20

              Optic Tracker, 64:20

              SkyFi USB (Southern Stars), 64:20

              Skyview Mini Altazimuth Telescope Mount (Orion Telescopes & Binoculars), 58:18

              Solar 60 refractor (iOptron), 61:20

              Spike-a Flat Fielder (All-Pro Software), 63:20

              SVF25 focuser (Stellarvue), 60:18

              Telescopes Eyepieces Astrographs (Gregory Hallock Smith, Roger Ceragiolo, and Richard Berry), 65:20

              The Cambridge Photographic Star Atlas (Axel Mellinger and Ronald Stoyan), 62:20

              Transit of Venus (Nick Lomb), 59:18

              Treasures of the Southern Sky (Robert Gendler, Lars Lindberg Christensen, David Malin), 60:18

              Veloce RH 200 astrograph (Officina Stellare), 60:18

News Notes:

              A Light-Echo Replay of Eta Carinae's Blast, 62:16

              A Massive Young Star Declares Itself, 60:12

              A Noble Accelerating Universe, 58:11

              A Planet Blacker than the Blackest Coal, 58:10

              A Planet in the Making, 59:14

              A Young Star's Spiral Arms, 60:11

              Active Lakes in Europa's Icy Crust, 60:10

              ALMA Opens Its Eyes, 58:16

              An Emerald-Cut Diamond in the Rough, 62:13

              An Unexpected Secret of Sunspots, 62:15

              Ancient Astronomers: Smarter Than We Knew?, 63:14

              Another Origin for Cosmic Rays, 60:14

              Bino Scope Opens Sharp Eye, 63:16

              CAASTRO Opens Its Eyes on the Sky, 58:12

              Closure for the Keck Interferometer, 62:15

              Closure Nears for Two Hawaiian Observatories, 65:10

              Colourful Cluster Transformation, 64:13

              Comet Water for a Parched Earth, 60:12

              Cygnus X-1, Exactly, 60:12

              Dark Energy BOSSes Around the Universe, 64:14

              Deep-Fried Exoplanets, 61:14

              Distant Galaxies Hint at Exotic Particle, 63:16

              Dunes on the Move, 65:12

              Expanding Universe: Credit Where Due, 61:12

              Exploring the Sun and Dark Energy, 58:11

              Giant Telescope Starts witha Bang, 62:12

              GJ 1214b: A Steam-Bath World, 62:14

              Higgs Hype Merited, 65:16

              Kepler Finds a Potentially Habitable World, 61:10

              Largest Stellar Jet, 61:12

              Leviathan Peels Star Before Eating, 64:12

              Loose Planets Abound Between the Stars, 62:14

              M31-Milky Way Crash No Fender-Bender, 65:18

              Mars's Long-Gone Ocean, 62:18

              Metal-Poor Stars Parent Small Planets, Too, 65:12

              Mining for Fun and Profit, 64:16

              Moon Might Still Be Kicking, 62:16

              More Astronomy Recognition, 58:10

              More on the Pinwheel Supernova, 61:18

              Near-Earth Asteroids: Fewer than Expected, 59:12

              New Eye in Store for Russian Heavyweight, 64:16

              New Fuel for Supernova Debate, 63:10

              One Image, Five Moons, 58:12

              Pinning Down A Supernova's Nature, 59:13

              Planets that Orbit Two Suns, 58:14

              Pluto and Eris: Neck and Neck, 61:16

              Pluto Sports Fifth Moon in Step with Other Four, 65:16

              Projects Make Headway on Ground and in Space, 63:18

              Radio Linkup Between Australia and South Korea, 62:13

              Random Volunteers Find Two Possible New Planets, 59:13

              Staggered Planets, 61:16

              Super Black Holes: New Records, if Real, 60:11

              Taking Mars's Ancient Temperature, 59:15

              The First Exo-Mars, 61:14

              The Moon's Mysterious Birth and Facial Secrets, 64:13

              The Newly Uncertain Age of the Moon, 59:15

              The Oddly Magnetic Moon, 60:14

              The Secret of Blue Stragglers: They Steal, 60:16

              The Supernova by the Dipper, 58:12

              The Too-Earliest Quasar, 58:11

              Titan's Lakes, Subsurface Ocean, 65:14

              Tom Johnson 1923-2012, 62:15

              Train Wreck Cluster Causes Stir, 63:12

              Turbulence in the Milky Way, 59:13

              Two New Multi-Planet Systems, 63:12

              Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays Still a Mystery, 64:18

              WISE Eye on the Infrared Sky, 63:14

Observing

              Earth, Wind, Water, & Fire, 64:46

              May's Great Annular Eclipse, 60:80

              November's Total Solar Eclipse, 63:76

              Observing Geosynchronous Satellites, 64:74

              The June Transit of Venus, 61:68

Spotlight On / Starscapes

               All Alone in the Night, 65:24

               Blowing In An LMC Wind, 59:28

               Hot Views of the Universe, 62:24

               The Great Christmas Comet of 2011, 60:22

Sun, Moon, and Planets:

              A Jovian Occultation, 64:54

              A Pre-Dawn Gathering in Taurus, 62:52

              A Trio of Planetary Delights, 59:54

              Eclipsed by a Transit, 61:54

              Saturn Shines at Opposition, 60:54

              The King of Summer's Skies, 65:54

              The Moon Joins Jupiter and Venus, 63:52

              Venus Meets Neptune, 58:54

Targets:

              Come Night, 65:66

              Hydra's Coils, 61:76

              Mad for the Night, 62:64

              Oddities in Northern Orion, 59:66

              Taking the Bull by the Horns, 58:68

              The Eagle and the Shield, 63:64

              The Fleet-Winged Bird, 64:64

              The Southern Main, 60:68

Telescope Workshop:

              A 21st-Century RFT, 60:86

              A Beauty of a Binoscope, 62:74

              A Collapsible-Tube Dob, 63:85

              A Junk-Shed Bino Mount, 61:83

              A Simple Hinge Tracker, 58:84

              The Dob Buster, 59:88

Test Reports:

              80-mm Hydrogen-alpha Solar Scope (Lunt), 59:84

              Delos eyepieces (Tele Vue), 58:82

              Paramount MX (Software Bisque), 64:86

              Parsec 8300M camera (Orion Telescopes & Binoculars), 58:80

              Polarie camera tracker (Vixen), 62:84

              SkySafari 3 app (Southern Stars), 60:84

              SolarMax II Hydrogen-Alpha Telescopes (Coronado), 61:84

The Astronomy Scene:

              5 Binocular Factors that Matter, 60:46

              Chilean Imaging Odyssey, 64:30

              Let's Talk About Imaging, 59:80

              Measuring Asteroids with Homemade Monsters, 65:74

              NACAA 2012, 65:86

              Star Trails from the Top of the World, 60:40

Tonight's Sky:

              A Glorious Sculpture, 65:52

              Gems of the North, 61:52

              Learn The Night Sky, 60:52

              Orion and the Summer Sky, 58:52

              Reflections On A Supernova, 59:52

              The Heart of the Scorpion, 62:50

              The Lure of the Lyre, 63:50

              The Watery Sky, 64:52

 

Observing Topics

Comets:

               96P/Machholz 1, 62:58

               C/2009 P1 (Garradd), 60:60, 61:58

               C/2010 X1 (Elenin), 58:59

               C/2011 L4 (PANSTARRS), 58:59, 63:56, 64:58, 65:60

               C/2011 R1 (McNaught), 64:58

               C/2012 K5 (LINEAR), 65:60

               P/2006 T1 (Levy), 58:58

Double Stars:

               1 Equulei, 64:60

               2 Puppis, 59:64

               5 Aquilae, 63:62

               5 Puppis, 59:64

               9 Puppis, 59:64

               15 Aquilae, 63:64

               24 Ophiuchi, 62:62

               32 Eridani, 58:66

               36 Ophiuchi, 62:62

               38 Ophiuchi, 62:62

               39 Eridani, 58:66

               52 Orionis, 59:66

               53 Eridani, 58:66

               54 Leonis, 60:66

               55 Eridani, 58:66

               59 Serpentis, 63:62

               88 Leonis, 60:66

               90 Leonis, 60:66

               AC 11, 63:62

               Alpha Librae, 61:50

               Beta Leonis, 60:66

               Beta Tucanae, 65:62

               BU 28, 61:74

               BU 126, 62:62

               BU 163, 64:60

               BU 164, 64:60

               BU 265, 63:62

               BU 311, 58:66

               BU 332, 59:64

               BU 333, 59:64

               BU 603, 60:66

               BU 605, 61:74

               BU 744, 58:66

               BU 920, 61:74

               BU 1115, 62:62

               COO 3, 65:62

               Delta Chamaeleontis, 63:48

               Delta Corvi, 61:74

               Delta Equulei, 64:60

               Eta Ophiuchi, 62:62

               Gamma Equulei, 64:60

               Gamma Leonis, 60:66

               Gli 9, 65:62

               Gli 289, 65:62

               H 3 28, 59:64

               h3945, 58:72

               HJ 2224, 58:66

               HJ 3416, 65:62

               HJ 3426, 65:62

               HJ 3644, 58:66

               HJ 3973, 59:64

               Hwe 18, 59:64

               I 27, 65:62

               I 43, 65:62

               I 260, 65:62

               I 263, 65:62

               Iota Leonis, 60:66

               Kappa Tucanae, 65:62

               KOU 63, 62:62

               Lambda-1 Tucanae, 65:62

               Lassell 1, 65:66

               Omicron Ophiuchi, 62:62

               Omicron-2 Eridani, 58:66

               n Puppis, 59:64

               Rho Ophiuchi, 62:62

               S 557, 59:64

               S 634, 61:74

               SHJ 240, 62:62

               STF 570, 58:66

               STF 649, 58:66

               STF 1097, 59:64

               STF 1104, 59:64

               STF 1120, 59:64

               STF 1121, 59:64

               STF 1604, 61:74

               STF 1659, 61:74

               STF 1669, 61:74

               STF 2375, 63:62

               STF 2404, 63:62

               STF 2735, 64:60

               STF 2742, 64:60

               STF 2765, 64:60

               STF 2786, 64:60

               Struve 742, 58:68

               Struve 1316, 61:76

               Theta Serpentis, 63:62

               Xi Ophiuchi, 62:62

               Zeta Leonis, 60:66

               Zeta Reticuli, 64:50

Galaxies:

               AGC 2731, 63:68

               AWM 1 group, 59:70

               CGCG 469-3, 58:68

               ESO 240-10, 63:70

               ESO 450-18, 61:80

               IC 2038, 65:70

               IC 2039, 65:70

               IC 2058, 65:70

               IC 2085, 65:70

               IC 5328, 63:68

               NGC 55, 63:68

               NGC 88 (Robert's Quartet), 63:68

               NGC 134, 64:70

               NGC 300, 64:70

               NGC 986, 64:70

               NGC 1313, 64:70

               NGC 1350, 64:70

               NGC 1511, 59:72

               NGC 1532, 64:70

               NGC 1533, 65:70

               NGC 1536, 65:70

               NGC 1546, 65:70

               NGC 1549, 65:70

               NGC 1553, 65:70

               NGC 1566, 65:70

               NGC 1596, 65:70

               NGC 1602, 65:70

               NGC 1617, 65:70

               NGC 2784, 61:76

               NGC 2835, 61:76

               NGC 3115, 60:72

               NGC 3245, 59:72

               NGC 3254, 59:72

               NGC 3294, 59:72

               NGC 3344, 59:72

               NGC 4206, 60:68

               NGC 4216, 60:68

               NGC 4222, 60:68

               NGC 4298, 60:68

               NGC 4302, 60:68

               NGC 4517, 60:68

               NGC 4565, 60:68

               NGC 4762, 60:68

               NGC 5170, 60:68

               NGC 5746, 60:68

               NGC 5775, 60:68

               NGC 6000, 61:80

               NGC 6572, 59:72

               NGC 6633, 59:72

               NGC 7013, 65:66

               NGC 7332, 64:68

               NGC 7339, 64:68

               NGC 7702, 63:68

               UGCA 150, 61:76

               UGCA 151, 61:76

Globular Clusters:

               ESO 452-11, 61:80

               HP 1, 62:70

               IC 1257, 62:70

               IC 1276, 62:70

               M4, 61:80

               M9, 62:70

               M14, 62:70

               M80, 61:80

               NGC 1261, 64:70

               NGC 1466, 59:72

               NGC 6144, 61:80

               NGC 6325, 62:70

               NGC 6342, 62:70

               NGC 6426, 62:70

               NGC 6517, 62:70

               NGC 6539, 62:70

               Palomar 6, 62:70

               Palomar 15, 62:70

Moon:

                Archimedes, 63:60

                Aristillus, 63:60

                Ashbrook, 61:60

                Autolycus, 63:60

                Bel'kovich, 61:60

                Clavius, 62:60

                Copernicus, 65:64

                Drygalski, 61:60

                Gassendi, 62:60

                Hausen, 61:60

                Hyginus, 60:62

                Mare Humboldtianum, 61:60

                Mare Orientale, 61:60

                Montes Rook, 61:60

                Orontius, 65:64

                Plato, 62:60

                Proclus, 62:60

                Sinus Iridium, 65:64

Nebulae (including Planetary Nebulae):

               Abell 12, 59:66

               Abell 24, 59:72

               Abell 33, 61:76

               Abell 49, 63:64

               Abell 78, 65:66

               Barnard 147, 64:64

               Barnard 275, 62:64

               Barnard 278, 62:64

               Cederblad 59, 59:66

               GM 1-77, 64:64

               Kohoutek 1-7, 59:66

               LDN 1795, 62:64

               NGC 2022, 59:66

               NGC 2452, 60:68

               NGC 2467, 60:68

               NGC 2610, 61:76

               NGC 6210, 62:68

               NGC 6741, 63:64

               PK 80-6 1 (Egg Nebula), 65:66

               PK 86-8 1 (Baby Dumbbell), 65:66

               Sh 2-12, 62:64

               Sh 2-13, 62:64

               Sh 2-71, 63:64

               Sh 2-101, 64:64

               Sh 2-261, 59:66

               Vy 1-4, 63:64

Open Clusters:

               Biuraken 1, 64:64

               Biuraken 2, 64:64

               Haffner 18, 60:68

               Haffner 19, 60:68

               M6, 62:64

               M11, 63:64

               M25, 62:48

               M41, 58:72

               M93, 58:72, 59:50, 60:68

               NGC 602, 59:72

               NGC 1647, 58:50, 58:68

               NGC 1746, 58:68

               NGC 1802, 58:68

               NGC 1817, 58:68

               NGC 2017, 65:50

               NGC 2141, 59:66

               NGC 2204, 58:72

               NGC 2362, 58:62

               NGC 2383, 58:72

               NGC 2384, 58:72

               NGC 2453, 60:68

               NGC 2482, 60:68

               NGC 5460, 60:50

               NGC 6025, 59:72

               NGC 6383, 62:64

               NGC 6416, 62:64

               NGC 6425, 62:64

               NGC 6451, 62:64

               NGC 6735, 63:64

               NGC 6871, 64:64

               NGC 6883, 64:64

               NGC 7063, 65:66

               Ruprecht 172, 64:64

               Tombaugh 1, 58:72

               Tombaugh 2, 58:72

               Trumpler 9, 60:68

               Trumpler 28, 62:64

Stars:

                Barnard's Star, 59:72

Supernova Remnants:

               M1, 58:68

               Simeis 147, 58:68

Variable Stars:

               Eta Carinae, 60:58

               R Carinae, 60:58

               R Leporis, 65:58

               R Normae, 62:57

               R Pictoris, 64:59

               R Scuti, 63:57

               RS Puppis, 59:59

               V854 Centauri, 61:58

               VY Canis Majoris, 58:59