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 Australian Sky & Telescope Index - 2006

Issues

13:  January/February 2006

14:  March 2006

15:  April 2006

16:  May 2006

17:  June 2006

18:  July/August 2006

19:  September/October 2006

20:  November/December 2006

Authors

Aarts, Gerry: Letter, 18:10

Aguirre, Edwin L.: A Look Back at Mars in 2005, 15:63

              London Planetarium to Close, 16:14

              Manufacturers Cut Back Film-Camera Production, 16:14

              Martian Crater Named After Japanese Amateur, 16:14

Anderson, Peter: Luxor Occultation, 17:63

Ashford, Adrian R.: Celestron's Revampled 20cm SCT, 14:74

Bailey, Judith and Adcock, Barry: The Federation Telescope, 14:68

Beatty, J. Kelly: An Asteroidal Dust Shower, 16:16

              Martian Ice: Wide and Deep, 17:13

              The Falcon's Rocky Flight, 19:34

Bellingham, Darren: Transitory Fame, 20:97

Bradshaw, Marc: A Concrete Effort, 14:97

Brinsden, Gary: Letter, 17:10

Bromm, Volker: Out of the Dark Ages: The First Stars, 16:36

Bryant, Greg: A Time For Stargazing, 17:74

              A Very Close Comet Flyby, 16:62

              Activities, 13:84, 14:83, 15:84, 16:84, 17:84, 18:84, 19:84, 20:84

              Amateur's Saturn Moon Success, 15:75

              An Enjoyable Latitude, 14:54

              Ask AS&T, 18:83

              Barnard 2 Returns, 20:65

              Beacons of the Night, 16:54

              Catch Iris At Opposition, 20:54

              Fireworks in Lupus, 18:54

              Fly Me to the Cross, 17:54

              Forthcoming Planetary Transits, 20:61

              In Pluto's Shadow, 19:64

              Jupiter's Junior Red Spot, 17:60

              Mu Arae's Planetary Tally Grows, 20:18

              New Worlds To Explore, 20:6

              Observing Highlights for 2006, 13:68

              Our Solar System's New Order, 20:30

              Pinwheels of Dust Near The Galactic Centre, 20:14

              Rare Planetary Sights, 20:52

              Renamed and Reborn, 20:56

              Sailing Along the Galactic Plane, 15:54

              Space Station Construction Resumes, 20:18

              Springtime Sights of Pavo, 19:54

              Tales of the Bull, 13:54

              The Fountains of Enceladus, 16:46

              Two's Company, 17:62

Burg, Rory: Letter, 20:8

Burgess, Colin: Aussie Astronauts, 17:34

              First Flights, 15:24

              One Man's Destiny in Space, 17:87

              Survival In Space, 14:46

Carroll, Vince: Letter, 15:10

Castelvecchi, Davide: A New Breed of Black Holes, 15:42

Chaikin, Andrew: Observing the Full Moon, 19:68

              Spotlight on Saturn, 17:77

Clark, Rod: Letter, 14:10

Coffey, Valerie C.: MACHO Prediction Challenged, 20:13

Cole, Todd: Applied Force, 20:14

              Heavenly Body of Work, 20:88

Corbin, Brett: Letter, 18:10

Cull, Selby: Ancient American Supernova Art, 19:14

               Fine Seeing in a Frozen Spot, 19:18

               Great Lakes on Titan, 20:10

               Help NASA Find Stardust, 20:16

               Hot, Heavy, and Highly Eccentric, 20:12

               Planets Made of Diamonds?, 19:14

               Pluto's New Moons Named, 19:20

               Saturn's Incredible Somersaulting Moon, 19:18

Cupido, Luis: Letter, 19:10

Dalrymple, Les: A Cluster in Search of a Name, 14:50

              A Frolic in Fornax, 20:57

              Canine Cluster NGC 5822, 17:50

              M55 High in Sagittarius, 19:50

              NGC 3532: Best of the Best?, 15:50

              NGC 6067 on a Magic Carpet, 18:50

              See a Seyfert Galaxy, 16:50

              Summer Globular NGC 1851, 13:50

              The Queen of Globulars, 20:50

Danks, Ian: Letter, 18:10

Davis, Glenn: Letter, 14:10

Di Cicco, Dennis: Ask AS&T, 13:83, 15:74, 19:76

              Briefly Noted, 16:87

              Simply Elegant: Meade's LightBridge Dobsonians, 20:78

Dougherty, Kerrie: The Deadly Danger of Space Junk, 16:24

Drummond, John: The Big Move, 13:70

Durda, Daniel D.: The Most Dangerous Asteroid Ever Found, 20:32

Dyer, Alan: ImagesPlus: Affordable Image Processing for Astrophotographers, 18:78

Ellyard, David: Eagles and Vikings, 18:77

              Expanding Horizons, 19:77

              Snapping the Sun, 15:83

              The Bends, 16:83

              The Big Bang Afterglow, 17:83

              Tycho's Star And Halley's Comet, 20:84

Espenak, Fred and Anderson, Jay: The Great Total Eclipse of 2006, 13:65

Fenton, John: Letter, 13:12

Fienberg, Richard Tresch: Ask AS&T, 19:76, 20:83

Fisher, Frank: SETI: A Very Terrestrial Pursuit, 13:97

Flanders, Tony: A Fresh Guide to the Messier List, 15:86

              Ask AS&T, 16:82, 18:83

              Time for Stargazing, 15:70

              Try Your Hand, 14:67

              Virgo, the Maiden, 17:80

French, Sue: Orion's Splendid Sword, 14:64

Frew, David: Fishing For Galaxies, 14:55

              The Dog Days of Summer, 13:55

              The Pump and the Compass, 15:55

              The Wonder Star, 16:55

Gingerich, Owen: Losing It in Prague: The Inside Story of Pluto's Demotion, 20:24

Goldman, Don: Peering Through the Dust, 18:74

Gross, Todd: The Weather-wise Stargazer, 18:60

Hallas, Tony: Of Colour and Composition, 15:80

Head, Marilyn: A Life in the Stars, 16:68

Hellemans, Alexander: Pioneer Mystery Narrows, 18:18

Helliwell, Rachel: The Auckland Astrophoto Awards, 17:68

Hewitt-White, Ken: Enter the Crab, 15:66

               The Sombrero Galaxy, 17:64

               The Swan Nebula, 19:60

Higby, Richard: Letter, 14:10

Hogan, Jan: Seeing in the Dark, 13:78

Horne, Johnny: Good Gets Better: Meade's DSI II CCD Cameras, 19:78

Hosni, Moses: Letter, 19:10

Irion, Robert: Jekyll & Hyde Galaxies, 18:34

Johnson, Peter: Letter, 16:10, 19:10

Johnson, Reg: Letter, 13:10

Johnston, Lisa R.: More Rings, Relatively Speaking, 14:20

              Swift: The Satellite That's Always On Call, 13:43

Johnston, Ray: Steamy Tropical Nights, 19:97

Karsten, Peter: Letter, 15:10

Kerr, Steve: Antares vs the Moon, 15:61

              El Nath and the Full Moon, 20:66

              Now You See It..., 18:56

              Occultations are Shaping Up, 14:61

              Spica and Antares in the Spring, 19:56

              Spot the Double, 14:61

              Uranus' Disappearing Act, 17:56

Knezek, Patricia: The Best Bar in the Neighbourhood, 13:22

Knisely, David W.: Filters for Better Stargazing, 20:73

Lehman, Dale E.: Death of a Streetlight, 17:97

Leschak, Peter M.: The Sky's Ancient Light, 13:46

Lester, Dan: No Need for Dirty Business, 15:97

Levy, David: To Pluto and Beyond, 16:73

Lockwood, Michael: A Modern Long-Focus Newtonian, 14:71

Lowe, Peter: Letter, 13:12

MacRobert, Alan: A New Angle on the Milky Way, 18:20

              An Amateur's Treasure Chest, 13:87

              Ask AS&T, 13:83, 14:63, 15:74, 17:82, 18:83, 20:83

              Caring for Your Optics, 14:78

              Extreme Angles, 15:18

              Porrima After Periastron, 17:63

              The Moons of Saturn, 20:54

              The November 9 Transit of Mercury, 20:60

Malin, David: Ask AS&T, 17:82

Manning, M: Letter, 19:10

Marsh, Adam: Five Times Lucky, 18:57

              Jump Into These Streams, 15:62

              Our Finest Meteor Shower, 16:67

              Quick as a Flash, 13:62

              Remember November - the Leonids are back, 20:67

              The Streams of Spring, 19:57

              Two Challenging Showers, 14:62

              Winter Meteor Magic, 17:57

Massey, Steve: Night! Camera! Action!, 19:72

Maugeri, Joseph V: Stars 101, 19:38

McDowell, Jonathan: China's Moon Probe, 18:20

              Mission Update, 14:21, 16:20, 19:20, 20:20

              NASA Science in Free Fall, 17:12

              NASA's tracking network, 17:86

McNelley, Steve: Letter, 14:10

Michaels, K: Letter, 17:10

Naeye, Robert: A Nova Unlike Any Other, 19:16

              Binary-Star Planets Common, 15:18

              Black-Hole News, 16:18

              Brown Dwarf Planets, 14:20

              Chandra: Taking the Universe's X-Ray, 15:34

              Cosmic "Twister", 15:20

              Going Deep in Virgo, 16:19

              Martian Jets, 20:20

              NASA's New Sharp Eye on Mars, 18:16

              Pollux Planet, 20:12

              Sirius B's Mass Measured, 14:21

              Slow-Poke Neutron Star, 20:11

              The Lowest-Mass Binary Ever Found, 20:12

              The Magic of Moon Mass, 19:20

              Thunderstorm on Saturn, 17:20

              Trojans from the Kuiper Belt, 16:16

              Twinkling Gives Inkling of Tiny Ice Balls, 20:16

              Uranus' Blue Ring, 19:16

              Vega Mystery Solved, 15:14

Naeye, Robert and Tytell, David: Titan's Mysteries, 14:16

Nally, Jonathan: 3D Moon On Your Desktop, 13:59

              Aussie Asteroid Scope, 19:12

              Australia: Lost in Space?, 17:8

              Before Genesis, 17:18

              Biggest Telescope In The World!, 17:24

              By the Dark of the Moon, 19:52

              Do The Twist, 17:16

              Dusk and Dawn Beacons, 18:52

              Flying on Mars, 19:26

              Galactic Ghosts, 16:30

              Glow Globes, 17:28

              Going 'Round in Circles, 19:8

              Hot Summer Nights, 13:52

              Hubble Turns 16!, 17:18

              It's a Tough Life in Earth Orbit, 16:86

              Jovian Nights, 16:52

              Last Chance For The Shuttle?, 18:24

              Lunar Death Dive, 19:59

              Mars, Saturn and the Beehive, 17:52

              Marvel at Mars, 16:20

              Mercury Makes an Appearance, 15:52

              Moons of Jupiter and Saturn, 18:90, 19:90

              On The Edge, 19:44

              Phoenix Ready to Rise, 17:14

              Planets Aplenty, 14:52

              Rings of Fire, 18:44

              Roving on Mars, 16:42

              Russian Sat Kaput, 17:14

              Spacewalking on the Gold Coast, 13:74

              Step Right Up, 14:8

              The Dark Side, 17:16

              The Dunes of Titan, 18:40

              The New View, 14:67

              The Promise of Other Worlds, 16:8

              The Right Stuff, 15:8

              The View From Up There, 13:8

              The Year's Top 10 Moments in Space Science, 13:24

              United We Stand, 18:8

              Voyager Says Hello, 17:14

              WA Rocks: Signs of Life?, 17:18

              Who Owns The Moon?, 14:24

Newton, M: Letter, 16:10

Nolan, Brian: The Wide-Field Scope You've Been Waiting For, 16:74

Osborne, Darren: Like a First Kiss, 18:97

Paramor, Ralph: Double Vision in the Desert, 19:66

Parry, Dennis: Letter, 15:10

Pemberton, Simon: Letter, 15:10

Plait, Phil: Hot Topics & Cold Truths, 20:46

               The Equinox and the Egg, 19:48

               Your Cosmic Address, 15:48

Poulos, Peter: Letter, 13:10

Porter, Phil: Letter, 19:10

Potter, Joe: Letter, 16:10

Pujic, Zac: Obituary - Erwin van der Velden, 13:77

Pulliam, Christine: Deciphering The Globular Cluster Code, 14:40

Quinn, Jim: Stargazing with Galileo, 17:44

Robinson, Leif J.: A Forgotten Hero, 18:86

               According to Hoyle, 13:86

               America's Astronomer King, 20:89

               Riddle Me This, 14:87

Rogers, H: Letter, 18:10

Ross, Adrian: Letter, 15:10

Roth, Joshua: Ask AS&T, 14:63, 16:82

              Einseinian Energy Bolstered, 15:20

              GALEX: Seeing Starbirth, Near and Far, 13:37

              NASA's Other Space Telescopes, 13:32

              Radio Array Finds a High, Dry Home, 14:19

Salway, Mike: IceInSpace Astro Camp 2006, 15:76

              In from the Cold, 13:73

Sarkissian, John M.: The 2006 CWAS AstroFest & David Malin Awards, 20:42

Saw, Adrian: Obituary - Ted Lumley, 13:77

Schrijver, Carolus J: The Science Behind The Solor Corona, 15:36

Seargent, David: A Binocular Comet for Summer?, 20:64

             A New Aussie Comet, 13:60

             Aussie Comets, 19:55

             Close Encounters, 16:60

             Picking Up The Pieces, 17:55

             The Drought Continues, 14:60

             Will History Repeat Itself?, 15:60

             Winter Challenges, 18:55

Seronik, Gary: Ask AS&T, 19:76

Shiga, David and Naeye, Robert: Disc Discoveries, 18:14

Sidonio, Mike: The Eye of God, 19:83

Sim, Helen: Gemini's Aussie Eyes, 19:30

             The Science Of Gemini, 18:28

Sinnott, Roger W.: Ask AS&T, 13:83, 15:74, 17:82, 20:83

             Briefly Noted, 18:87

             Moons of Jupiter and Saturn, 13:90, 14:90, 15:90, 16:90, 17:90

             Outer Planets in 2006, 16:66

Stoitsis, Con: Letter, 13:12

Stratford, Frank: Andy Thomas Interview, 17:40

             The Dream of Mars, 16:97

Telis, Gisela: Monoceros' Many Wonders, 14:22

Tilbrook, Justin: Letter, 15:10

Tytell, David: A Colder Pluto, 15:16

             Ask AS&T, 16:82

             Briefly Noted, 15:87

             Flat Footy and its Moons, 18:18

             Frosting Saturn's Moons, 14:36

             Mars' Watery Wonders, 14:18

             One Weird Kuiper Belt Object, 15:16

             Peering into a Planetary Graveyard, 16:14

             Planetary Passion, 16:87

             Saturn's Millions of Moonlets, 18:16

             Spitzer: Living Life to the Fullest, 13:40

             Stardust's Tiny Treasures, 17:20

             The Helix Exposed, 15:15

             Uranus' New Rings, 15:16

Tytell, David and Naeye, Robert: Sizing Distant Worlds, 16:16

Vale, Vernon: Letter, 13:10

Vaughn, Chuck: Going Deep with a DSLR, 20:68

Verma, Surendra: The Mystery of the "Wow" Signal, 20:38

Vlahos, Perry: Messier Star Party, 18:70

Walker, Sean: Digital Cameras Exposed, 14:86

             Photoshop for Astrophotographers, 19:86

             The North America and Pelican Nebulae, 20:22

Ward, Peter: The Darkness, 18:64

Wattrers, Rodney: Ryder Observatory, 16:78

Weissman, Paul: A Comet Tale, 14:30

Weston, Stuart: Letter, 14:10

Wheatley, Marie and Hood, Philip: Letter, 20:8

             School Students Radio ISS, 20:86

Williams, Like: Letter, 17:10

Winter, Michael: Letter, 18:10

Wood, Charles A.: Between the Craters, 14:58

             Extreme Lunar Basinology, 16:58

             Human History on the Moon, 17:58

             Imbrium Mayhem, 20:62

             Little Lunar Volcanoes, 15:58

             The Moon's False Volcanoes, 18:58

             The Moon's Mystery Rilles, 19:58

             Why Are Crater Rays Bright, 13:58

Zachariah, Phil: Letter, 18:10

Departments

Activities

              Aboriginal Astronomy, 15:84

              Adelaide Planetarium, 19:84

              ARISS, 20:86

              ASNSW Talks, 15:84, 16:84, 17:84, 18:84, 19:84

              Autumnal Messier Star Party, 14:84

              Ballarat Observatory, 16:84, 17:84

              CSIRO Teacher Workshops, 14:85

              CWAS Astrofest, 16:84, 18:84

              Edgar Wilson Award, 20:86

              Gove Amateur Astronomers, 15:84

              Harley Wood Lecture, 18:84

              Hubble Exhibition, 15:84

              IceInSpace, 14:83, 19:84

              International Planetarium Society, 18:84

              Macquarie University Astronomy Open Night, 19:84

              NACAA, 13:84, 15:84, 18:84

              New Zealand Astrophotography Workshop, 14:83

              Paul Davies Conference, 17:84

              Queensland Astrofest, 17:84

              Questacon, 14:84

              RASNZ Conference, 13:84, 16:84

              South Island Stardate, 13:84

              South Pacific Star Party, 14:83, 20:86

              Spacewalker, 16:84

              Sutherland Astronomical Society, 14:83, 18:84

              Star Party DownUnder, 13:84

              Sydney Observatory, 13:84, 16:84, 19:84

              Tidbinbilla Open Day, 18:84

              VicSouth Desert Spring Star Party, 14:83, 19:84

              WA Astrocamp, 17:84

Amateur Telescope Making

              A Modern Long-Focus Newtonian, 14:71

Ask AS&T

              Asteroid Escape Velocities, 13:83

              Backyard Spectroscopy, 19:76

              Binocular Coatings, 17:82

              Blue-Shifted Andromeda, 18:83

              Constant Pi, 15:74

              Constellations from other Stars, 20:83

              Eta Carinae, 17:82

              Faintest Magnitude, 14:63

              Galactic Equator, 15:74

              Kuiper Belt Objects at Aphelion, 16:82

              Landscape Illusions, 17:82

              Lunar Features, 19:76

              Meteor Showers, 15:74

              Observing Distant Man-made Events, 13:83

              Old Telescope Apertures, 15:74

              Optical Quality, 14:63

              Periodic Error, 13:83

              Photons from Stars, 20:83

              Planetary Alignment, 18:83

              Schmidt-Cassegrain Obstructions, 16:82, 19:76

              Scorpio v Scorpius, 18:83

              Sidereal Clocks, 20:83

              Stars In The Milky Way, 16:82

              Tidal Forces, 19:76

              True Colour, 14:63

AS&T Data

              Moons of Jupiter and Saturn, 13:90, 14:90

AS&T Test Report

              Celestron 20cm SCT, 14:74

              ImagesPlus: Affordable Image Processing for Astrophotographers, 18:78

              Meade's DSI II CCD Cameras, 19:78

              Meade's LightBridge Dobsonians, 20:78

Astrophotography

              Going Deep with a DSLR, 20:68

              Of Colour and Composition, 15:80

              Peering Through the Dust, 18:74

              Night! Camera! Action!, 19:72

Binocular Highlight:

              A Cluster in Search of a Name, 14:50

              Canine Cluster NGC 5822, 17:50

              M55 High in Sagittarius, 19:50

              NGC 3532: Best of the Best?, 15:50

              NGC 6067 on a Magic Carpety, 18:50

              See a Seyfert Galaxy, 16:50

              Summer Globular NGC 1851, 13:50

              The Queen of Globulars, 20:50

Books & Beyond

              Aristarchus of Samos: The Ancient Copernicus (Thomas Heath), 18:87

              Astronomical Enigmas: Life on Mars, the Star of Bethlehem, and Other Milky Way Mysteries, Mark Kidger, 14:87

              Astronomy Hacks: Tips & Tools for Observing the Night Sky, Robert Bruce Thompson and Barbara Fritchman, 13:87

              Big Dish: Building America's Deep Space Connection to the Planets (Douglas J. Mudgway), 17:86

              Celestial Images (Boston University Art Gallery), 18:87

              Conflict in the Cosmos: Fred Hoyle's Life in Science, Simon Mitton, 13:86

              Copernicus and Modern Astronomy (Angus Armitage), 18:87

              Introduction to Digital Astrophotography: Imaging the Universe with a Digital Camera, Robert Reeves, 14:86

              Photoshop Astronomy (R. Scott Ireland), 19:86

              Planetes, 16:86

              Pluto and Charon: Ice Worlds on the Ragged Edge of the Solar System (2nd Ed.), S. Alan Stern and Jacqueline Mitton, 15:87

              Simon Newcomb: America's Unofficial Astronomer Royal (Bill Carter and Merri Sue Carter), 20:89

              Sky Walking: An Astronaut's Memoirs (Tom Jones), 17:87

              Sundials of the British Isles (Mike Cowham), 18:87

              The Day Without Yesterday (John Farrell), 18:86

              The Handbook of Astronomical Image Processing, Richard Berry and James Burnell, 16:87

              The Next Step: Finding and Viewing Messier's Objects, Ken Graun, 15:86

              The Planets, Dava Sobel, 16:87, 20:88

              Transits of Venus: New Views of the Solar System and Galaxy, Don Kurtz (Editor), 15:87

Celestial Calendar:

              3D Moon On Your Desktop, 13:59

              A Binocular Comet For Summer?, 20:64

              A New Aussie Comet, 13:60

              A Very Close Comet Flyby, 16:62

              Antares vs the Moon, 15:61

              Aussie Comets, 19:55

              Barnard 2 Returns, 20:65

              Close Encounters, 16:60

              El Nath and the Full Moon, 20:66

              Five Times Lucky, 18:57

              Forthcoming Planetary Transits, 20:61

              In Pluto's Shadow, 19:64

              Jump Into These Streams, 15:62

              Now You See It, 18:56

              Observing Highlights for 2006, 13:68

              Occultations are Shaping Up, 14:61

              Our Finest Meteor Shower, 16:67

              Outer Planets in 2006, 16:66

              Picking Up The Pieces, 17:55

              Quick as a Flash, 13:62

              Remember November - the Leonids are back, 20:67

              Spica and Antares in the Spring, 19:56

              Spot the Double, 13:61

              The Drought Continues, 14:60

              The Great Total Eclipse of 2006, 13:65

              The November 9 Transit of Mercury, 20:60

              The Streams of Spring, 19:57

              Two Challenging Showers, 14:62

              Uranus' Disappearing Act, 17:56

              Will History Repeat Itself?, 15:60

              Winter Challenges, 18:55

              Winter Meteor Magic, 17:57

Constellations

              Virgo, the Maiden, 17:80

Deep Sky Delights:

              A Frolic in Fornax, 20:57

              Fishing For Galaxies, 14:55

              The Dog Days of Summer, 13:55

              The Pump and the Compass, 15:55

              The Wonder Star, 16:55

Discoveries

              Eagles and Vikings, 18:77

              Expanding Horizons, 19:77

              Snapping the Sun, 15:83

              The Bends, 16:83

              The Big Bang Afterglow, 17:83

              Tycho's Star And Halley's Comet, 20:84

Exploring The Moon:

              Between the Craters, 14:58

              Extreme Lunar Basinology, 16:58

              Human History on the Moon, 17:58

              Imbrium Mayhem, 20:62

              Little Lunar Volcanoes, 15:58

              The Moon's False Volcanoes, 18:58

              The Moon's Mystery Rilles, 19:58

              Why Are Crater Rays Bright, 13:58

Features:

              A Comet Tale, 14:30

              A Life in the Stars, 16:68

              A New Breed of Black Holes, 15:42

              Andy Thomas Interview, 17:40

              Aussie Astronauts, 17:34

              Biggest Telescope In The World!, 17:24

              Chandra: Taking the Universe's X-Ray, 13:34

              Deciphering The Globular Cluster Code, 14:40

              Enter the Crab, 15:66

              First Flights, 15:24

              Flying on Mars, 19:26

              Frosting Saturn's Moons, 14:36

              Galactic Ghosts, 16:30

              GALEX: Seeing Starbirth, Near and Far, 13:37

              Gemini's Aussie Eyes, 19:30

              Glow Globes, 17:28

              Hot Topics & Cold Truths, 20:46

              Jekyll & Hyde Galaxies, 18:34

              Last Chance For The Shuttle?, 18:24

              Losing It In Prague: The Inside Story of Pluto's Demotion, 20:24

              Mission Accomplished!, 19:22

              NASA's Other Space Telescopes, 13:32

              On The Edge, 19:44

              Our Solar System's New Order, 20:30

              Out of the Dark Ages: The First Stars, 16:36

              Rings of Fire, 18:44

              Roving on Mars, 16:42

              Spitzer: Living Life to the Fullest, 13:40

              Survival In Space, 14:46

              Swift: The Satellite That's Always On Call, 13:43

              The 2006 CWAS AstroFest & David Malin Awards, 20:42

              The Darkness, 18:64

              The Deadly Danger of Space Junk, 16:24

              The Dunes of Titan, 18:40

              The Equinox and the Egg, 19:48

              The Falcon's Rocky Flight, 19:34

              The Fountains of Enceladus, 16:46

              The Most Dangerous Asteroid Ever Found, 20:32

              The Mystery of the "Wow" Signal, 20:38

              The Science Behind the Solar Corona, 15:36

              The Science of Gemini, 18:28

              The Sky's Ancient Light, 13:46

              The Year's Top 10 Moments in Space Science, 13:24

              Who Owns The Moon, 14:24

              Your Cosmic Address, 15:48

First Light:

              Caring for your Optics, 14:78

              Filters for Better Stargazing, 20:73

              Observing the Full Moon, 19:68

              Seeing in the Dark, 13:78

              Spotlight on Saturn, 17:77

              Stargazing with Galileo, 17:44

              Stars 101, 19:38

              Time for Stargazing, 15:70

              The Weather-wise Stargazer, 18:60

Focal Point

              A Concrete Effort, 14:97

              Death of a Streetlight, 17:97

              Like a First Kiss, 18:97

              No Need for Dirty Business, 15:97

              SETI: A Very Terrestrial Pursuit, 13:97

              Steamy Tropical Nights, 19:97

              The Dream of Mars, 16:97

              Transitory Fame, 20:97

Mission Update

              AGILE, 16:20

              Dawn, 14:21

              Deep Space Station 63, 20:20

              Gaia, 20:20

              GLAST, 16:20

              Rosetta, 19:20

              Solar-B, 19:20

              Webb Space Telescope, 14:21

News Notes:

              A Colder Pluto, 15:16

              A New Angle on the Milky Way, 18:20

              A Nova Unlike Any Other, 19:16

              Ancient American Supernova Art?, 19:14

              An Asteroidal Dust Shower, 16:16

              An Interstellar Creche, 13:20

              Applied Force, 20:14

              Aussie Asteroid Scope, 19:12

              Before Genesis, 17:18

              Biggest 3D Map of the Cosmos, 18:13

              Binary-Star Planets Common, 15:18

              Bizarre Stars Explained, 17:20

              Black Hole Puzzle Solved, 19:13

              Black-Hole News, 16:18

              Cepheid Cocoons, 17:20

              China's Moon Probe, 18:20

              Cosmic "Twister", 15:20

              Disc Discoveries, 18:14

              Do The Twist, 17:16

              Does Pluto Have Rings?, 15:19

              Dust in the Wind, 16:12

              Einstein Vindicated?, 13:15

              Einsteinian Energy Bolstered, 15:20

              Extreme Angles, 15:18

              Fine Seeing in a Frozen Spot, 19:18

              Flat Footy and its Moons, 18:18

              Going Deep in Virgo, 16:19

              Great Lakes on Titan, 20:10

              Help NASA Find Stardust, 20:16

              Hot, Heavy, and Highly Eccentric, 20:12

              Hubble Bubble, 13:20

              Hubble Turns 16!, 17:18

              In the Beginning, 16:13

              London Planetarium to Close, 16:14

              Looking Down, 13:21

              MACHO Prediction Challenged, 20:13

              Mad About RAVE, 15:13

              Manufacturers Cut Back Film-Camer Production, 16:14

              Martian Aurorae, 17:20

              Martian Craer Named After Japanese Amateur, 16:14

              Martian Dunes, 13:18

              Martian Ice: Wide and Deep, 17:13

              Martian Jets, 20:20

              Marvel at Mars, 16:20

              Meet the New Neighbour, 16:12

              More Moons for Pluto, 13:14

              Most Earth-like Planet Found, 14:12

              Mu Arae's Planetary Tally Grows, 20:18

              NASA Science in Free Fall, 17:12

              NASA's New Sharp Eye on Mars, 18:16

              New Galaxies, 18:13

              New Trio of Planets, 18:12

              New Type of Star Found!, 15:12

              Next Stop: Venus, 13:21

              No UFOs Please, We're British, 18:20

              One Weird Kuiper Belt Object, 15:16

              Peering into a Planetary Graveyard, 16:14

              Phoenix Ready to Rise, 17:14

              Pinwheels Of Dust Near The Galactic Centre, 20:14

              Pioneer Mystery Narrows, 18:18

              Planets Made of Diamonds, 19:14

              Pluto's New Moons Named, 19:20

              Pollux Planet, 20:12

              Pulsar Spin Record Smashed, 16:18

              Puzzling Mars, 17:16

              Pluto, Here We Come, 14:14

              Rings of Starlight, 13:18

              Russian Sat Kaput, 17:14

              Saturn and Titan, 19:13

              Saturn's Incredible Somersaulting Moon, 19:18

              Saturn's Millions of Moonlets, 18:16

              Sizing Distant Worlds, 16:16

              Slow-Poke Neutron Star, 20:11

              South Africa's Giant Eye, 13:21

              Space Station Construction Resumes, 20:18

              Spots Before Our Eyes, 19:12

              Stardust Returns, 14:13

              Stardust's Tiny Treasures, 17:20

              Supernova Mystery, 19:13

              The Cool Earth, 13:15

              The Dark Side, 17:16

              The Helix Exposed, 15:15

              The Lowest-Mass Binary Ever Found, 20:12

              The Magic of Moon Mass, 19:20

              Thunderstorm on Saturn, 17:20

              Triton Caught Out, 18:13

              Trojans from the Kuiper Belt, 16:16

              Twinkling Gives Inkling of Tiny Ice Balls, 20:16

              Uranus' Blue Ring, 19:16

              Uranus' New Rings, 15:16

              Vega Mystery Solved, 15:14

              Voyager Says Hello, 17:14

              WA Aims High, 16:13

              WA Rocks: Signs of Life?, 17:18

Observer's Log

              A Look Back at Mars in 2005, 15:63

              Jupiter's Junior Red Spot, 17:60

              Luxor Occultation, 17:63

              Porrima After Periastron, 17:63

              Two's Company, 17:62

Shot In The Dark

             The Eye of God, 19:83

Spotlight On

              The Best Bar in the Neighbourhood, 13:22

              Monoceros' Many Wonders, 14:22

              The North America and Pelican Nebulae, 20:22

Star Trails

              To Pluto and Beyond, 16:73

Sun, Moon, and Planets

              By the Dark of the Moon, 19:52

              Dusk and Dawn Beacons, 18:52

              Hot Summer Nights, 13:52

              Jovian Nights, 16:52

              Mars, Saturn and the Beehive, 17:52

              Mercury Makes an Appearance, 15:52

              Planets Aplenty, 14:52

              Rare Planetary Sights, 20:52

Targets

              The Sombrero Galaxy, 17:64

              The Swan Nebula, 19:60

The Astronomy Scene

              A Time For Stargazing, 17:74

              Amateur's Saturn Moon Success, 15:75

              Double Vision in the Desert, 19:66

              IceInSpace Astro Camp, 15:76

              In from the Cold, 13:73

              Messier Star Party, 18:70

              Ryder Observatory, 16:78

              Spacewalking on the Gold Coast, 13:74

              The Auckland Astrophoto Awards, 17:68

              The Big Move, 13:70

              The Federation Telescope, 14:68

Tonight's Sky

              An Enjoyable Latitude, 14:54

              Beacons of the Night, 16:54

              Fireworks in Lupus, 18:54

              Fly Me to the Cross, 17:54

              Renamed and Reborn, 20:56

              Sailing Along the Galactic Plane, 15:54

              Springtime Sights of Pavo, 19:54

              Tales Of The Bull, 13:54

Observing Topics

Comets

               4P/Faye, 18:55, 19:55, 20:64

               29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1, 13:60, 18:55, 19:55

               41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresak, 13:60, 16:60, 17:55, 18:55

               71P/Clark, 15:60, 16:60, 17:55, 18:55, 19:55

               73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3, 13:60, 14:60, 15:60, 16:60, 16:62, 17:55, 18:55, 19:55

               177P/Barnard 2, 20:65

               P/1991 V1 (Shoemaker-Levy), 20:64

               C/2004 B1 (LINEAR), 13:60, 14:60, 15:60, 16:60

               C/2005 E2 (McNaught), 13:60

               P/2005 T5 (Broughton), 13:60

               C/2006 A1 (Pojmanski), 14:60

               C/2006 L1 (Garradd), 19:55, 20:64

               C/2006 L2 (McNaught), 19:55

               C/2006 M4 (SWAN), 20:64

               C/2006 P1 (McNaught), 20:64

Emission Nebulae

               M42 (Orion Nebula), 14:64

               M43, 14:64

               NGC 2359, 13:55

               NGC 3372 (Eta Carinae Nebula), 16:55

               NGC 6618 (M17, Swan Nebula), 19:60

               Sh 2-308, 13:55

Galaxies

               ESO 34-IG11, 14:55

               ESO 59-G11, 14:55

               NGC 1310, 20:57

               NGC 1316, 20:57

               NGC 1317, 20:57

               NGC 1365, 20:57

               NGC 1373, 20:57

               NGC 1374, 20:57

               NGC 1375, 20:57

               NGC 1379, 20:57

               NGC 1380, 20:57

               NGC 1380A, 20:57

               NGC 1381, 20:57

               NGC 1382, 20:57

               NGC 1387, 20:57

               NGC 1396, 20:57

               NGC 1399, 20:57

               NGC 1404, 20:57

               NGC 1427, 20:57

               NGC 1427A, 20:57

               NGC 1437, 20:57

               NGC 2217, 13:55

               NGC 2305, 14:55

               NGC 2307, 14:55

               NGC 2397, 14:55

               NGC 2434, 14:55

               NGC 2442, 14:55

               NGC 2613, 15:55

               NGC 2822, 14:55

               NGC 2836, 14:55

               NGC 2997, 15:55

               NGC 3109, 15:55

               NGC 3258, 15:55

               NGC 3267, 15:55

               NGC 3268, 15:55

               NGC 3269, 15:55

               NGC 3271, 15:55

               NGC 3273, 15:55

               NGC 3281, 15:55

               NGC 4594 (M104), 17:64

               NGC 4945, 16:50

               PGC 29194, 15:55

Globular Clusters

               NGC 104 (47 Tucanae), 20:50

               NGC 1851, 13:50

Minor Planets

               Iris, 20:54

               Vesta, 13:68

Moon

               Aldrin, 17:58

               Alpine Valley, 20:62

               Alphonsus, 15:58

               Armstrong, 17:58

               Atlas, 15:58

               Baco, 14:58

               Cayley Plains, 14:58

               Collins, 17:58

               Copernicus, 13:58

               Copernicus H, 15:58

               Cruger, 18:58

               Hipparchus, 17:58

               Hyginus Rille, 19:58

               Imbrium Sculpture, 20:62

               Linne, 17:58

               Mare Australie, 16:58

               Mare Humboldtianum, 16:58

               Messier and Messier A, 13:58

               Ptolemaeus B, 20:62

               Regiomontanus, 18:58

               Ritter, 18:58

               Sabine, 18:58

               Triesnecker Rilles, 19:58

               Tycho, 13:58

Open Clusters

               Collinder 70, 14:64

               Collinder 228, 16:55

               Collinder 232, 16:55

               Cr 121, 13:55

               IC 2391, 14:50

               NGC 1977, 14:64

               NGC 1980, 14:64

               NGC 1981, 14:64

               NGC 2243, 13:55

               NGC 2287, 13:55

               NGC 2362, 13:55

               NGC 2818, 15:55

               NGC 3532, 15:50

               NGC 5822, 17:50

               NGC 6067, 18:50

               NGC 6809 (M55), 19:50

               Trumpler 14, 16:55

               Trumpler 15, 16:55

               Trumpler 16, 16:55

Planetary Nebulae

               IC 2165, 13:55

               IC 2448, 14:55

               NGC 2818, 15:55

               NGC 3132, 15:55

Planets

               Jupiter, 17:60

               Mars, 15:63

               Mercury, 20:60

               Pluto, 19:64

               Saturn, 17:77

Reflection Nebulae

               VY CMa, 13:55

Sun

                The Great Total Eclipse of 2006, 13:65

Supernova Remnants

                M1, 15:66