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 Australian Sky & Telescope Index - 2007

Issues

21:  January/February 2007

22:  March/April 2007

23:  May/June 2007

24:  July/August 2007

25:  September/October 2007

26:  November/December 2007

Authors

Aguirre, Edwin L.: Robert Evans: Supernova Champ, 21:40

Allison, Mark: Stop Renaming the Sky, 21:96

Andersen, Geoff: Eye on the Sky, 22:76

Beatty, J. Kelly: A "Habitable" Super-Earth?, 24:12

              Ask AS&T, 22:96, 26:75

              Comet McNaught's Iron Tail, 25:18

Beatty, J. Kelly and Bryant, Greg: McNaught's Passing Fancy, 23:24

Bobra, Monica: Hinode Reveals the Sun, 25:38

Bryant, Greg: $45m In New Federal Funding, 22:16

              A Better View, 26:8

              A Christmas Mars Opposition, 26:52

              A Naked-Eye Nova in Scorpius, 23:18

              A New Galactic Supernova Remnant, 21:18

              A Toast to Celestial Symmetry, 24:22

              A Very Favourable Vesta Opposition, 23:72

              Activities, 21:87, 22:86, 23:89

              Amazing Iapetus, 26:13

              An Evening Lunar Eclipse, 24:64

              Astronomer Wins National Science Prize, 21:16

              Beta Hydri Up Close, 25:16

              Catch Saturn At Opposition, 21:52

              Changes in Scorpius, 24:56

              Comet McNaught's Spectacular Show, 22:66

              COROT's Planet Hunt Begins, 22:18

              Expanding The Galactic Bulge, 25:16

              Exploring Mars, 24:43

              Funding Astronomy, 21:8

              Grote Reber Medal Presented, 22:14

              Jupiter Reaches Opposition, 23:52

              Mars Rovers resume, 26:12

              Mercury Closes In On Spica, 25:52

              Mercury's Morning Show, 22:52

              Meteors for November/December, 26:65

              Moon Return Plans Take Shape, 22:20

              Names For Moons Of Jupiter And Saturn, 24:16

              New Funding For Australian Astronomers, 21:16

              New Horizons Approaches Jupiter, 21:20

              New Names For Neptune's Moons, 23:16

              New Satellite Names for Saturn, 23:13

              Our Nearest Stellar Neighbours, 23:58

              Reclaiming the Night Sky, 24:8

              Passing Mars, 23:20

              Satellites Of Jupiter And Saturn, 21:54

              Satellites Of Jupiter, 22:54, 23:54, 24:54, 25:54

              Satellites Of Saturn, 22:55, 23:55, 26:56

              Show Them The Universe, 23:8

              Shuttle Flights in 2007, 22:20

              Siriuz Blazes Forth, 22:58

              Square Kilometre Array Comes Down To Two, 21:13

              The New Comet King, 24:18

              The River of the Night, 21:56

              There's Much To Celebrate, 25:6

              Toward the South Celestial Pole, 25:56

              Venus and Saturn Paired Together!, 24:52

              Vesta Brightens In Ophiuchus, 22:69

              Volcanic Plumes On Io, 23:18

              Woomera 60 Years On, 22:8

Bryant, Greg and MacRobert, Alan: Seeking the Origins of Cosmic Rays, 23:16

Butler, Gavan: Letter, 23:10

Caton, Daniel B. and Roberts, Joan E.: Sleep and the Amateur Astronomer, 21:42

Chaikin, Andrew: Explore The Lunar Terminator, 23:64

              Global Surveyor's Last Hurrah, 23:46

Christie, Grant: Obituary - Frank M. Bateson, 24:20

Coffey, Valerie C.: Beyond the Multiverse, 21:89

              Hubble Sees Dark Cloud on Uranus, 21:20

Cole, Frank H.: A Practical Orientation, 26:72

              A Stellar Nursery Story, 24:91

              All Points South, 25:69

              The Moon Dance, 23:82

Cole, Todd: Fifty Years in Space, 25:28

Cozens, Glen: Letter, 24:10

Croswell, Ken: The Blue Witch, 23:22

Cull, Selby: Ten Years of Life on Mars, 21:88

Dalrymple, Les: A Gem of a Cluster, 23:50

              A Patch of Pavo, 25:57

              A Vela Binocular Duo, 22:50

              Beta Pictoris Plus, 21:50

              Missed by Messier in Leo, 22:59

              Night of the Scorpion, 24:57

              Perfect Galaxy NGC 300, 26:50

              Pointer Pairings, 23:59

              Pretty Globular NGC 6541, 25:50

              Spring's Magnificent Seven, 26:60

              Summer Globulars, 21:57

              The Fly's Globular, 24:50

Davis, Roger: Letter, 22:10

Dawes, Glenn: Top 10 Space Science Moments in 2006, 21:26

Deans, Paul: Planets of Hot, Massive Stars, 25:12

di Cicco, Dennis: Ask AS&T, 21:84, 24:85

              Celestron's Skyscout, 21:76

              Tele Vue's Flagship Imaging System, 24:70

Dougherty, Kerrie: Woomera's Diamond Anniversary, 25:74

Dubinski, John: The Great Milky Way Andromeda Collision, 21:32

Dyer, Alan: Megrez 90 Apo: First-Class Glass, 23:75

Ellyard, David: Ceres Fills a Gap, 21:79

               March 1616: Galileo's Troubles Begin, 22:85

               The Belts Of Van Allen, 23:88

               The Geometry of The Cosmos, 24:86

               The Missing Eleven Days, 25:83

               Time Zones and GMT, 26:49

Fienberg, Richard Tresch: Ask AS&T, 21:84

               Stardust in the Large Magellanic Cloud, 21:22

Finn, Mike: Letter, 26:10

Flanders, Tony: Ask AS&T, 22:96, 25:93

Flavin, John: Letter, 26:10

Fluke, Christopher: Showtime at Swinburne Spaceworks, 26:32

               The Return of the Holmberg Effect, 25:14

               Uncovering the Most Distant Galaxy Clusters, 23:14

Friedman, Alan: Good Moons from Bad Locations, 25:70

Garlick, Mark A.: The Supernova Menance, 22:44

Goldman, Stuart: Astronomy Online, 25:49

Greeve, Dennis: Letter, 22:10

Herald, Dave; Russell, Steve; and Gault, Dave: A Grazing Occultation Of Antares, 21:68

Hewitt-White, Ken: Space Oddities, 26:70

                The Hyades

Hough, David: Queensland Astrofest 2007 - The Milky Way Experience, 26:88

Horbun, Ivan: Letter, 24:10

Horne, Johnny: Next-Generation Video: Adirondack's StellaCam3, 25:64

Hudon, Daniel: We are Stardust: Spread the Word, 25:96

Hungerford, Rodney: Letter, 21:10

James, C. Renee: Solar Forecast: Storm Ahead, 24:36

Kausch, George: Letter, 22:10

Kerr, Steve: Antares At It Again, 22:68

                Looking Ahead to 2007's Occultations, 21:67

                Shadows from the Edge, 25:60

                The Lion Arrives, 24:60

                The Lion at Dawn, 26:63

                Two Occultations Of Antares, 23:70

Laughlin, Gregory P.: From Here to Eternity - the Fate of the Sun and the Earth, 24:30

Levy, David: What Is a Planet, 21:85

Lewis, Geraint: Cosmic Lens sees Baby Galaxies, 26:14

                Cosmic Train Wreck, 25:14

                Strangers in the Night, 26:14

                The Cosmic Axis of Evil, 23:14

                The End of Cosmology?, 24:18

Lewis, Geraint; Power, Chris; Power; Christopher, Fluke: The Universe In A Computer, 25:22

Littmann, Mark: Dark Beasts of the Trans-Neptunian Zoo, 26:28

                From Chaos to the Kuiper Belt, 25:42

Lovejoy, Terry: The Discovery Of Comet Lovejoy, 24:62

MacRobert, Alan: A Galaxy Core's Shadow Play, 25:10

                An Exoplanet's Very Hot Afternoon, 25:11

                Ask AS&T, 21:84, 23:73, 25:93, 26:75

                Barren Red-Dwarf Planets, 24:12

                Double-Sun Planetary Systems Leave Telltale Signs, 24:18

                Filters for Sun-Watching, 21:72

                Living with a Red Dwarf, 22:18

                Measuring a Black Hole's Energy Efficiency, 25:11

                The Widening Monoceros Light Echo, 22:16

                The Wrong Earth-Like Planet, 25:18

                Transit of Luna, 24:16

                Your Telescopic Guide to Mars, 26:54

Mammana, Dennis L.: The Deceptive Sky, 25:78

Marsh, Adam: Meteors for January and February, 21:67

                Meteors For March - April, 22:69

                See Some Winter Meteors, 23:71

Massey, Steve: Majestic Saturn, 21:64

McDowell, Jonathan: Mission Update, 22:21, 23:20, 24:21, 25:19, 26:19

McNaught, Robert: Experiencing Comet McNaught, 23:29

Mellish, Scott: Obituary - Mike Kerr, 24:20

Mencinsky, Steve: Letter, 21:10

Meyer, Letter: 25:8

Naeye, Robert: A Millennium Ahead of Its Time, 22:12

                A Weird "Hot Neptune", 25:12

                Black Hole Spins as Fast as It Can, 24:16

                Doubt Cast on Lunar Ice, 22:20

                Flowing Water on Today's Mars?, 22:13

                Kepler Saw A White Dwarf Explode, 23:13

                M87 Black Hole Blasts the Virgo Cluster, 21:15

                Nearby-Star News, 22:18

                Superduper Supernova, 23:12

                The Hunt for the Missing Dwarf Galaxies, 26:24

Novak, Zak: Letter, 22:10

Odenwald, Sten: Waiting for the Big One, 24:96

Parker, Quentin A.: Planetary Nebulae at home and abroad...an Australian adventure!, 23:40

Petersen, Carolyn Collins: Of Once and Future Planets, 23:83

Pijawka, John: Set It Up, and They Will Come, 22:97

Plait, Phil: A Trip to the Galaxy Zoo, 24:48

                Full Moon Madness, 24:68

                The Face on Mars, 22:22

                The Incredible Lightness of Being, 21:48

Pryor, Mark: Letter, 25:8

Pulley, Richard: Letter, 23:10

Pulliam, Christine: Project Moonwatch - Satellite Tracking at the Dawn of the Space Age, 26:38

Putney, Margaret: 16 New Transiting Planet Candidates, 21:12

Quirk, Steve: Enhanced Viewing and Imaging with the GSTAR-EX camera, 24:74

Ratledge, David: Smarter Observing with Deep-Sky Planner 4, 23:79

Robinson, Leif J.: Astronomy's Knowns and Unknowns, 22:88

Salway, Mike: Activities, 24:87, 25:84, 26:86

                An Evening Lunar Eclipse, 26:20

                IceInSpace AstroCamp 2007, 23:84

Sarkissian, John: 2007 CWAS AstroFest, 26:91

                Pulsars and the Discovery of the First Radio Magnetar, 22:36

Schilling, Govert: Historic Supernova Linked to Remnant, 21:18

Seargent, David: A McNaught Perspective, 23:68

                Comet McNaught Fades From View, 22:67

                Comet McNaught's Prospects Improve, 21:62

                Following Comet McNaught Out, 24:61

                Two Returning Comets for Spring, 25:61

                Will Comet LONEOS Survive Perihelion?, 26:64

Seronik, Gary: Ask AS&T, 24:85

                How to Choose Binoculars for Stargazing, 26:80

                Glimpse the Moon's Far Side, 22:72

                Picturing the Moon, 22:89

                Telescope String Theory, 26:79

Shaberman, Ben: A Lesson in What We Don't Know, 23:96

Shepherd, Debra: Stellar Origins: From the Cold Depths of Space, 24:24

Sinnott, Roger W.: Ask AS&T, 22:96, 23:73, 24:85, 25:93, 26:75

                Earth's Temporary "Second Moon", 24:13

                Outer Planets in 2007, 24:65

Streamer, Margaret: The 2007 South Pacific Star Party, 24:82

Tilbrook, Justin: Evolution of an Observatory, 21:70

Tiscareno, Matthew S.: Ringworld Revelations, 22:24

Ting, Ed: My Top 10 Questions, 21:80

Tytell, David: Ask AS&T, 22:96

                Geysers on Dione Too?, 24:14

                It's Official: Eris Outweighs Pluto, 25:18

                Saturn Ring Takes a Hit, 21:14

                Titan: Assembling the Puzzle, 22:14

                Understanding Enceladus, 24:14

Villard, Ray: Carina's Stellar Cauldron, 25:34

                Taking Science Back to the Moon, 26:44

Vlahos, Perry: VicSouth 2006, 22:82

Walker, Sean: A New Planetary Camera, 26:66

                Ask AS&T, 25:93

                The STF Mirage 7 Mak, 22:78

                Uranus Satellite Shadow Transit, 21:20

                FLT-132 Apo: When Aperture Matters, 23:77

Watson, Colin: Letter, 25:8

Watson, Matt: Damian Peach - Planetary Wizard, 24:78

                Looking Deep In Dorado, 25:20

Watson, Thomas T., 26:96

Wehler, Randall: The Night's Wakeful Watch, 21:47

Wood, Charles A.: A Trio of Lunar Mysteries, 26:58

                Concentric Fractures and Craters, 21:60

                Hidden Maria and Dusty Debris, 22:70

                Mystery Maria, 23:62

                Secrets of Descartes and Ina, 25:62

                Serene Mysteries, 24:66

 

Departments

Activities:

              ASNSW Talks, 22:86

              ATNF Teacher Workshops, 22:86

              Australia Astronomy Buy & Sell, 21:86

              David Malin Awards, 21:86, 23:89

              Hills District Astronomy Group, 23:89

              IISAC 2007, 21:86

              Macquarie University Astronomy Open Night, 23:89

              Mercury Transit, 22:86

              Snake Valley, 22:86

              VASTROC 2007, 21:86

Activities & People:

              2007 CWAS AstroFest, 26:91

              Damian Peach - Planetary Wizard, 24:78

              Full Moon Madness, 24:68

              Queensland Astrofest 2007 - The Milky Way Experience, 26:88

              SPSP 2007 Astroimaging Competition Winners, 24:92

              The 2007 South Pacific Star Party, 24:82

              The Deceptive Sky, 25:78

              The Discovery of Comet Lovejoy, 24:62

              Woomera's Diamond Anniversary, 25:74

Amateur Telescope Making:

              Evolution of an Observatory, 21:70

Ask AS&T:

              Achilles in the Sky, 25:93

              Analemma Ethics, 24:85

              Biggest Galaxy, 25:93

              Black Holes, 26:75

              Comet Halley, 26:75

              Dew Dilemma, 24:85

              Different Eras, 23:73

              Digital SLR or CCD Camera, 25:93

              Dobservatory, 24:85

              Extrasolar Planets, 22:96

              Global Warming, 23:73

              Imaging the Moon, 22:96

              Lunar Meteors, 22:96

              Milky Way Views, 23:73

              Orbit Clearing, 21:84

              Oval Craters, 22:96

              Planetary Rotation, 26:75

              Professional Astronomers, 21:84

              Schmidt-Cassegrain focal ratios, 21:84

              Sunspot Sizes, 23:73

              Superdark Matter, 25:93

Astronomy Online:

              Dragging the Stars Around, 25:49

Astrophotography:

              Good Moons from Bad Locations, 25:70

Binocular Highlight:

              A Gem of a Cluster, 23:50

              A Vela Binocular Duo, 22:50

              Beta Pictoris Plus, 21:50

              Perfect Galaxy NGC 300, 26:50

              Pretty Globular NGC 6541, 25:50

              The Fly's Globular, 24:50

Books & Beyond:

              Atlas of the Southern Night Sky (Steve Massey and Steve Quirk), 25:69

              Eye on the Sky (Geoff Andersen), 22:76

              Is Pluto A Planet? A Historical Journey through the Solar System, 23:84

              New Atlas of the Moon, 22:89

              Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos (Michio Kaku), 21:89

              Parting the Cosmic Veil (Kenneth R. Long), 22:88

              The Arp Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies: A Chronicle and Observer's Guide (Jeff Kanipe and Dennis Webb), 26:70

              The Goldilocks Enigma (Paul Davies), 24:91

              The Man Who Ran The Moon (Piers Bizony), 23:82

              The Rock from Mars: A Detective Story on Two Planets (Kathy Sawyer), 21:88

              Why Is Uranus Upside Down? (Fred Watson), 26:72

Celestial Calendar:

              A McNaught Perspective, 23:68

              A Very Favourable Vesta Opposition, 23:72

              An Evening Lunar Eclipse, 24:64

              Antares At It Again, 22:68

              Comet McNaught Fades From View, 22:67

              Comet McNaught's Prospects Improve, 21:62

              Explore The Lunar Terminator, 23:64

              Following Comet McNaught Out, 24:61

              Glimpse the Moon's Far Side, 22:72

              Looking Ahead to 2007's Occultations, 21:67

              Majestic Saturn, 21:64

              Meteors for January and February, 21:67

              Meteors for March - April, 22:69

              Meteors for November/December, 26:65

              Outer Planets in 2007, 24:65

              See Some Winter Meteors, 23:71

              Shadows from the Edge, 25:60

              The Lion Arrives, 24:60

              The Lion at Dawn, 26:63

              Two Occultations Of Antares, 23:70

              Two Returning Comets for Spring, 25:61

              Will Comet LONEOS Survive Perihelion?, 26:64

              Vesta Brightens In Ophiuchus, 22:69

              Your Telescopic Guide to Mars, 26:54

Deep Sky Delights:

              A Patch of Pavo, 25:57

              Missed by Messier in Leo, 22:59

              Night of the Scorpion, 24:57

              Pointer Pairings, 23:59

              Spring's Magnificent Seven, 26:60

              Summer Globulars, 21:57

Discoveries:

              Ceres Fills a Gap, 21:79

              March 1616: Galileo's Troubles Begin, 22:85

              The Belts Of Van Allen, 23:88

              The Missing Eleven Days, 25:83

              The Geometry Of The Cosmos, 24:86

              Time Zones and GMT, 26:49

Exploring The Moon:

              A Trio of Lunar Mysteries, 26:58

              Concentric Fractures and Craters, 21:60

              Hidden Maria and Dusty Debris, 22:70

              Mystery Maria, 23:62

              Secrets of Descartes and Ina, 25:62

              Serene Mysteries, 24:66

Features:

              A Trip to the Galaxy Zoo, 24:48

              Carina's Stellar Cauldron, 25:34

              Comet McNaught's Spectacular Show, 22:66

              Dark Beasts of the Trans-Neptunian Zoo, 26:28

              Experiencing Comet McNaught, 23:29

              Exploring Mars, 24:43

              Fifty Years in Space, 25:28

              From Chaos to the Kuiper Belt, 25:42

              From Here to Eternity - the Fate of the Sun and the Earth, 24:30

              Global Surveyor's Last Hurrah, 23:46

              Hinode Reveals the Sun, 25:38

              McNaught's Passing Fancy, 23:24

              McNaught's Wonderful Display, 23:35

              Planetary Nebulae at home and abroad...an Australian adventure!, 23:40

              Project Moonwatch - Satellite Tracking at the Dawn of the Space Age, 26:38

              Pulsars and the Discovery of the First Radio Magnetar, 22:36

              Ringworld Revelations, 22:24

              Robert Evans: Supernova Champ, 21:40

              Showtime at Swinburne Spaceworks, 26:32

              Solar Forecast: Storm Ahead, 24:36

              Sleep and the Amateur Astronomer, 21:42

              Stellar Origins: From the Cold Depths of Space, 24:24

              Taking Science Back to the Moon, 26:44

              The Great Milky Way Andromeda Collision, 21:32

              The Hunt for the Missing Dwarf Galaxies, 26:24

              The Hyades, 22:62

              The Night's Wakeful Watch, 21:47

              The Supernova Menace, 22:44

              The Universe In A Computer, 25:22

              Top 10 Space Science Moments in 2006, 21:26

First Light:

              Filters for Sun-Watching, 21:72

              How to Choose Binoculars for Stargazing, 26:80

              My Top 10 Questions, 21:80

              The Incredible Lightness of Being, 21:48

Focal Point:

              A Lesson in What We Don't Know, 23:96

              Maintaining Relevance, 26:96

              Set It Up, and They Will Come, 22:97

              Stop Renaming the Sky, 21:96

              Waiting for the Big One, 24:96

              We are Stardust: Spread the Word, 25:96

Mission Update:

              AGILE, 25:19

              Deep Impact, 26:18

              Hinode, 22:21

              Hubble Space Telescope, 23:20

              Kepler, 26:18

              Mars Global Surveyor, 22:21

              Messenger, 25:19

              NASA, 24:21

              SELENE, 24:21

              Stereo, 22:21

New Product Spotlight:

              DMK cameras (The Imaging Source), 25:68

              mySKY (Meade Instruments), 25:68

              VMC260L Cassegrain tube assembly (Vixen Optics), 25:68

             

News Notes:

              $45m in New Federal Funding, 22:16

              9 New Saturnian Satellites, 21:14

              16 New Transiting Planet Candidates, 21:12

              A Galaxy Core's Shadow Play, 25:10

              A "Habitable" Super-Earth, 24:12

              A Millennium Ahead of Its Time, 22:12

              A Naked-Eye Nova in Scorpius, 23:18

              A New Galactic Supernova Remnant, 21:18

              A Very Puffed-Up Planet, 26:16

              A Weird "Hot Neptune", 25:12

              Amazing Iapetus, 26:13

              An Exoplanet's Very Hot Afternoon, 25:11

              Astronomer Wins National Science Prize, 21:16

              Barren Red-Dwarf Planets, 24:12

              Beta Hydri Up Close, 25:16

              Black Hole Spins as Fast as It Can, 24:16

              Comet McNaught's Iron Tail, 25:18

              Cosmic Lens sees Baby Galaxies, 26:14

              Cosmic Train Wreck, 25:14

              Double-Sun Planetary Systems Leave Telltale Signs, 24:18

              Earth's Temporary "Second Moon", 24:13

              Flowing Water on Today's Mars?, 22:13

              COROT's Planet Hunt Begins, 22:18

              Doubt Cast on Lunar Ice, 22:20       

              Expanding The Galactic Bulge, 25:16

              Geysers on Dione Too?, 24:14

              Grote Reber Medal Presented, 22:14

              Historic Supernova Linked to Remnant, 21:18

              Hubble Sees Dark Cloud on Uranus, 21:20

              Ice Geysers Everywhere?, 26:16

              It's Official: Eris Outweighs Pluto, 25:18

              Kepler Saw a White Dwarf Explode, 23:13

              Living with a Red Dwarf, 22:18

              M87 Black Hole Blasts the Virgo Cluster, 21:15

              Mars Rovers Resume, 26:12

              Measuring a Black Hole's Energy Efficiency, 25:11

              Monster Galaxy Void, 26:16

              Moon Return Plans Take Shape, 22:20

              Names For Moons Of Jupiter And Saturn, 24:16

              Nearby-Star News, 23:18

              New Horizons Approaches Jupiter, 21:20

              New Names For Neptune's Moons, 23:16

              New Satellite Names for Saturn, 26:13

              New Solar Neighbours, 22:18

              Passing Mars, 23:20

              Planets of Hot, Massive Stars. 25:12

              Saturn Ring Takes a Hit, 21:14

              Seeking the Origins of Cosmic Rays, 23:16

              Shuttle Flights In 2007, 22:20

              Square Kilometre Array Comes Down To Two, 21:13

              Strangers in the Night, 26:14

              Superduper Supernova, 23:12

              The Cosmic Axis of Evil, 23:14

              The End of Cosmology?, 24:18

              The New Comet King, 24:18

              The Return of the Holmberg Effect, 25:14

              The Widening Monoceros Light Echo, 22:16

              The Wrong Earth-Like Planet, 25:18

              Thirty Metre Telescope, 26:16

              Titan: Assembling the Puzzle, 22:14

              Transit of Luna, 24:16

              Uncovering the Most Distant Galaxy Clusters, 23:14

              Understanding Enceladus, 24:14

              Uranus Satellite Shadow Transit, 21:20

              Volcanic Plumes On Io, 23:18

Spotlight On

              A Toast to Celestial Symmetry, 24:22

              An Evening Lunar Eclipse, 26:20

              Looking Deep In Dorado, 25:20

              Stardust in the Large Magellanic Cloud, 21:22

              The Blue Witch, 23:22

              The Face on Mars, 22:22

Star Trails:

              What Is a Planet, 21:85

Sun, Moon, and Planets:

              A Christmas Mars Opposition, 26:52

              Catch Saturn At Opposition, 21:52

              Jupiter Reaches Opposition, 23:52

              Mercury Closes In On Spica, 25:52

              Mercury's Morning Show, 22:52

              Satellites Of Jupiter and Saturn, 21:54

              Satellites Of Jupiter, 22:54, 23:54, 24:54, 25:54

              Satellites Of Saturn, 22:55, 23:55, 26:56

              Venus and Saturn Paired Together!, 24:52

Telescope Workshop

              Telescope String Theory, 26:79

Test Reports:

              Astrovid StellaCam3 (Adirondack), 25:64

              Deep-Sky Planner 4 (Knightware), 23:79

              DMK 21AF04.AS (The Imaging Source), 26:66

              FLT-132 Apo (William Optics), 23:77

              GSTAR-EX CCD Video Camera (GSTAR-EX), 24:74

              Megrez 90 Apo (William Optics), 23:75

              Mirage 7 Mak (STF), 22:78

              SkyScout (Celestron), 21:76

              Tele Vue NP127is (Tele Vue), 24:70

The Astronomy Scene:

              A Grazing Occultation Of Antares, 21:68

              IceInSpace AstroCamp 2007, 23:84

              VicSouth 2006, 22:82

Tonight's Sky:

              Changes in Scorpius, 24:56

              Our Nearest Stellar Neighbours, 23:58

              The River of the Night, 21:56

              Sirius Blazes Forth, 22:58

              Toward the South Celestial Pole, 25:56

 

Observing Topics

Comets:

               2P/Encke, 23:68

               4P/Faye, 21:62

               8P/Tuttle, 26:64

               96P/Machholz 1, 22:67, 23:68

               29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1, 21:62, 26:64

               46P/Wirtanen, 25:61, 26:64

               93P/Lovas 1, 25:61

               C/2005 YW (LINEAR), 22:67

               C/2006 K4 (NEAT), 24:61

               C/2006 P1 (McNaught), 21:62, 22:67 , 23:24, 23:29, 23:35, 23:68, 24:61

               C/2006 Q1 (McNaught), 26:64

               C/2006 S5 (Hill), 26:64

               C/2006 VZ13 (LINEAR), 24:61

               C/2007 E2 (Lovejoy), 24:62

               C/2007 F1 (LONEOS), 25:61, 26:64

               C/2007 K5 (Lovejoy), 25:61

Galaxies:

               ESO 104-45A, 25:57

               ESO 141-42, 25:57

               IC 4819, 25:57

               IC 4823, 25:57

               IC 4827, 25:57

               IC 4831, 25:57

               IC 4833, 25:57

               IC 4836, 25:57

               IC 4842, 25:57

               IC 4845, 25:57

               M31, 26:60

               M33, 26:60

               NGC 55, 26:60

               NGC 253, 26:60

               NGC 300, 26:50

               NGC 2903, 22:59

               NGC 3384, 22:59

               NGC 3521, 22:59

               NGC 3607, 22:59

               NGC 3628, 22:59

               NGC 6739, 25:57

               NGC 6744, 25:57

               NGC 6744A, 25:57

               NGC 6769, 25:57

               NGC 6770, 25:57

               NGC 6771, 25:57

Globular Clusters:

               NGC 104 (47 Tucanae), 26:60

               NGC 1851, 21:57

               NGC 1904, 21:57

               NGC 2298, 21:57

               NGC 2419, 21:57

               NGC 2808, 21:57

               NGC 3201, 21:57

               NGC 4833, 24:50

               NGC 5286, 23:59

               NGC 6380, 24:57

               NGC 6441, 24:57

               NGC 6541, 25:50

               NGC 6752, 25:57

               Ton 2, 24:57

Minor Planets:

               Vesta, 22:69, 23:72

Moon:

               Bessel, 24:66

               Davy crater chain, 26:58

               Descartes, 25:62

               Hesiodus A, 21:60

               Humboldt, 21:60

               Ina, 25:62

               Lunar Eclipse, 24:64

               Mare Crisium, 23:62

               Mare Frigoris, 23:62

               Mare Serenitatis, 24:66

               Maurolycus, 26:58

               Pitatus, 21:60

               Reiner Gamma, 26:58

               Schickard, 22:70

               Wargentin, 22:70

Open Clusters:

               NGC 2547, 22:50

               NGC 3293, 23:50

               NGC 5617, 23:59

               NGC 5822, 23:59

               NGC 5823, 23:59

               The Hyades, 22:62

               The Pleiades (M45), 26:60

Planetary Nebulae:

               He 2-111, 23:59

               Longmore 16, 24:57

               NGC 5307, 23:60

               NGC 6302, 24:57

               NGC 6337, 24:57

               NGC 7293, 26:60

Planets:

               Mars, 26:54

               Neptune, 24:65

               Pluto, 24:65

               Saturn, 21:64

               Uranus, 24:65

Stars:

               Alpha Centauri, 23:48

               Beta Pictoris, 21:50

               Dunlop 21, 21:50

               Gamma Velorum, 22:50

               Sirius (Alpha Canis Majoris), 22:58