You are hereIndex 2010
Select the search type
 
  • Site
  • Web
Search
 Australian Sky & Telescope Index - 2010

Click below for previous years:

2005 || 2006 || 2007 || 2008 || 2009

Issues

42: January 2010

43: February/March 2010

44: April 2010

45: May/June 2010

46: July 2010

47: August/September 2010

48: October 2010

49: November/December 2010

 

Authors

Anderson, Peter: Cruise Ship Astronomy, 44:98

Bartusiak, Marcia: The Cosmologist Left Behind, 48:38

Beatty, J. Kelly: Mars Under the Microscope, 49:38

              NASA Slams the Moon, 44:32

Bryant, Greg:

              A New Comet Machholz, 46:58

              A Northern Triangle, 48:52

              A Spiral in Eridanus, 48:22

              A Splendid Evening Show, 46:54

              An Early May Mateor Shower, 45:58

              An Evening Partial Lunar Eclipse, 45:57

              An Evening Twilight Lunar Eclipse, 49:57

              Aperture Fever, 47:8

              Ask AS&T, 47:85

              Autumn's Alluring Sky, 44:52

              Ceres Reaches Opposition, 45:58

              Conjunctions and a Lunar Eclipse, 45:54

              Discovery Machines, 46:10

              End of an Era, 42:8

              Evening Conjunctions Galore, 47:54

              Field Of Dreams, 45:52

              First Light, 44:10

              Mars and Saturn Shine Brightly, 43:54

              Mars Shines at Opposition, 42:54

              Mercury and Mars Tour Scorpius, 49:54

              New Light On The Small Magellanic Cloud, 45:24

              Next Gen Radio Astronomy, 45:36

              Orion's Wonders, 42:52

              Patterns in the Sky, 46:52

              Planetarium Appeal, 49:8

              Re-inventing NASA, 45:10

              Rings, Lakes, and Geysers, 43:32

              Sirius Nights, 43:52

              Space-Based Astronomy, 43:8

              The Evening Star Returns, 44:54

              The Magic of the Milky Way, 47:52

              Thoughts on Fomalhaut, 49:52

              Top 10 Stories of 2009, 42:28

              Travel Broadens the Mind, 48:10

              Venus and Mars Pair Up, 48:54

              Wiggling In The Dark, 44:28

Carroll, Michael: Imagining Other Worlds, 46:34

Crawford, Ken: Digging Out the Details, 48:82

Dalrymple, Les: A Pair of Pairs, 47:50

              An Eye for the Sky, 44:68

              Betwixt & Between, 44:62

              Cup Bearer to Zeus, 47:62

              Demon Star, 48:50

              Far, far M77, 49:50

              Hare into Summer, 49:66

              Hiding in plain view, 42:50

              In the Vacuum of Space, 43:64

              Lost and Found, 46:50

              Messier 4, 45:50

              One Field, 46:64

              Saxon's New 82-degree Widefields, 48:73

              Spring's Barred Spirals, 48:64

              Summer Planetary Viewing, 42:66

              The Dark Doodad, 44:50

              Ups and Downs, 43:50

              Winter's Hickson Galaxy Groups, 45:64

de Marco, Orsola: Macquarie University's Open Nights, 48:86

di Cicco, Dennis: Atik's 314L+ CCD Camera, 47:86

              Celestron's CGE Pro Mount, 42:80

              Deep-Sky Astrophotography Primer, 45:82

              Explore Scientific's 14mm 100-degree Eyepiece, 45:88

              Getting Started is a Piece of Cake, 45:68

              Sky-Watcher's Newest Apo Refractor, 43:84

              Starizona's HyperStar, 44:86

              Turning 50, 47:82

Dobbins, Thomas A.: Invitation to a Revival, 49:72

Donovan, Tim: French Brass Meets Yankee Glass, 49:98

Dyer, Alan: Autoguiding Simplified: The SG-4, 49:86

Eisenhardt, Peter, and Wright, Ned: A New Infrared Sky, 43:36

Ellyard, David: A Close Encounter, 48:20

               Measuring the Earth, 45:22

               Messages from Little Green Men, 43:22

               The Brightest New Star, 44:22

               The Moon and Galileo, 49:18

               The Tenth Planet?, 46:19

               Voyager 2 meets Uranus, 42:22

Espenak, Fred, and Anderson, Jay: July's South Pacific Eclipse, 43:60

Flanders, Tony: What to Know before you Buy, 44:76

Ford, Allie: Searching for ET - What Odds?, 48:44

French, Sue: Icy Blue Diamonds, 42:70

               In Starry Skies, 44:65

               Magical Things, 46:70

               Sagittarius Star Cities, 47:68

               Splashing Around the Dolphin, 48:67

               The Flight of the Unicorn, 43:67

Gardner, Jonathan P.: Finding the First Galaxies, 43:42

Goldman, Stuart J.: Great Gadgets for Stargazing, 44:84

Gould, Ross: A Bullring of Doubles, 42:69

               Beneath the Cross, 45:67

               Doubles in Sextans, 44:57

               Grus, the Crane, 48:72

               In the Wolf's Den, 46:79

               More of Cetus, 49:69

               NACAA 2010, 47:78

               Peacock Feathers, 47:71

               Steer North from Canopus, 43:63

Grinspoon, David: Another Giant Leap, 42:20

               Familiar Forms on Fried and Frozen Worlds, 49:16

               Lunar News Flash, 44:20

               Revising Earth's Biography, 43:20

               Sailing the Solar System, 47:18

               The Dream Is Coming Back, 45:20

               The Right Stuff?, 46:18

               Venus Lives!, 48:18

Hall, Jeffrey: Lessons from Solar Twins, 48:32

Haqq-Misra, Jacob, and Baum, Seth D.: Where Have All the Aliens Gone?, 43:98

Hecht, Jeff: Glimpses of an Evolving Planet, 49:22

Hewitt-White, Ken: A Herculean Galaxy Cluster, 46:74

               Exploring the NGC 80 Group, 48:70

               Probing NGC 5746, 45:62

Hill, Tanya: Melbourne Planetarium - Inspiring Generations of Visitors, 42:84

Holberg, Jay B.: Le Verrier and the Discovery of Sirius B, 43:70

Hopkins, Andrew and Brough, Sarah: A Celebration of the AAO - Past, Present, and Future, 49:76

James, C. Renee: The Universal Jet Set, 47:28

Jewitt, David: What else is out there?, 46:28

Kanas, Nick: The Cartographic Legacy of John Flamsteed, 47:34

Kerr, Steve: An Archer's Occultation, 48:58

                History Repeats?, 42:57

                Pleiades in a Winter's Morning, 47:57

                The Pleiades and Earthshine, 44:58

                Two Asteroid Occultations, 45:58

Kramer, Michael: Einstein's Ultimate Laboratory, 49:30

Krupp, E.C.: The Great 2012 Scare, 42:32

Lakdawalla, Emily: Spacecraft Imaging for Amateurs, 43:74

Laughlin, Greg: Hanging in the Balance, 45:42

Layton, Laura and Pesnell, Dean: NASA Sets Its Sights On The Sun, 44:24

Lee, Steve: Solving the IC 2944/2948 Mystery, 46:76

Livio, Mario: Hubble's Greatest Scientific Achievements, 48:24

Lubowich, Donald: Bringing Telescopes to the People, 48:98

Macica, Andy: Observatories on the Web, 48:76

MacRobert, Alan: Ask AS&T, 46:93, 47:85

               Making the Most of Mars, 42:58

Marples, Peter: 7 Magnificent Supernovae, 44:46

McDowell, Jonathan: Mission Update, 42:16, 43:16

Mollise, Rod: Skyhound's SkyTools 3, 46:86

Naeye, Robert: Amateur Exoplanets, 43:26

                Real Potential Disasters, 42:40

Naze, Yael: The Quest for the Most Massive Star, 47:22

Onken, Christopher: Australian Student Observes With 8-Metre Eyes, 42:44

Parr, Ian: The 18th Annual South Pacific Star Party, 48:88

Peach, Damian: Targeting the Red Planet, 42:74

Plummer, Alan: Eta Aquilae, 47:58

                l Carinae, 46:59

                Observing Long Period Variables, 49:58

                R Doradus, 48:59

                Variable Stars: Making a Difference, 47:76

Seargent, David: A Challenging Comet McNaught, 45:59

                A Favourable Return of Tempel 2, 46:58

                A Quartet of Comets, 47:59

                Comet Hartley 2 at Perihelion, 48:60

                Comet Hartley 2 Fades, 49:59

                Comet Wild 2 at Perihelion, 43:57

                Comets Past and Present, 42:57

                Three Comets for April, 44:59

Seronik, Gary: A Simple Bino Mount, 48:74

                Apartment ATMing, 45:89

                Bigger, Faster, Better!, 42:79

                Gregorian Reawakening, 49:89

                Making Sonotube Beautiful, 47:80

                Reign of the Chiefspiegler, 44:93

                The Dobsonian at 30, 46:84

                To Curve, or Not to Curve, 43:87

Shirao, Motomaro: Kaguya's High-Def Highlights, 44:38

Sim, Helen: The AAT: Celebrating 35 Years of Success, 46:42 and 47:42

Simmons, Mike and Jurasevich, Dave: Deep-Sky Discovery, 49:80

Simonsen, Mike and MacRobert, Alan: U Scorpii: Amateurs Catch a Crucial Nova, 47:72

Sood, Ravi: Astronomy in Australia with Stratospheric Balloons, 49:44

Stephenson, Mark: Reasons for Not Choosing Astronomy, 45:98

Stern, Alan S.: Halfway to a Historic Encounter, 46:22

Than, Ker: Shedding Light on Dark Stars, 45:30

Thibault, Patrick: A Month of Moonwatching, 44:72

Vanden Heuvel, Andrew: The Day I Found..., 47:98

Walker, Constance E.: Our Light or Starlight?, 46:98

Walker, Sean: Ask AS&T, 46:93

                Capturing the Solar System, 45:76

                Lunar Landscapes with AviStack, 46:80

                Point & Shoot the Sky, 45:70

Watson, Fred: Touring Astronomy's Past and Present, 43:82

Wheatland, Michael: A Sunspot's Tale, 46:20

Wolverton, Mark: Remembering the Other Explorers, 42:98

Wood, Charles A.: Craters upon Craters, 43:58

                Crumbling Walls, 48:62

                Lessons in Basinology, 45:60

                Lunar Missions & Amateurs, 46:62

                Not Only Angels Have Halos, 47:60

                The Great Alpine Valley, 42:62

                The Lunar Graveyard, 44:60

                Touring Soviet Landing Sites, 49:62

 

Departments

Activities:

             Hervey Bay Astronomical Society, 45:16

             NACAA 2010, 42:87

             South Pacific Star Party, 45:16

Ask AS&T:

             Accessory Focus, 47:85

             Blue Moons, 47:85

             Colours vs Redshifts, 46:93

             Dark Frames, 46:93

Astrophotography:

              Capturing the Solar System, 45:76

              Digging Out the Details, 48:82

              Deep-Sky Astrophotography Primer, 45:82

              Getting Started is a Piece of Cake, 45:68

              Lunar Landscapes with AviStack, 46:80

              Observatories on the Web, 48:76

              Point & Shoot the Sky, 45:70

              Targeting the Red Planet, 42:74

Binocular Highlight:

              A Pair of Pairs, 47:50

              Demon Star, 48:50

              Far, far M77, 49:50

              Hiding in plain view, 42:50

              Lost and Found, 46:50

              Messier 4, 45:50

              The Dark Doodad, 44:50

              Ups and Downs, 43:50

Celestial Calendar:

              A Challenging Comet McNaught, 45:59

              A Favourable Return of Tempel 2, 46:58

              A New Comet Machholz, 46:58

              A Quartet of Comets, 47:59

              An Archer's Occultation, 48:58

              An Early May Meteor Shower, 45:58

              An Evening Partial Lunar Eclipse, 45:57

              An Evening Twilight lunar Eclipse, 49:57

              Ceres Reaches Opposition, 45:58

              Comet Hartley 2 at Perihelion, 48:60

              Comet Hartley 2 Fades, 49:59

              Comet Wild 2 at Perihelion, 43:57

              Comets Past and Present, 42:57

              Eta Aquilae, 47:58

              History Repeats?, 42:57

              July's South Pacific Eclipse, 43:60

              l Carinae, 46:59

              Making the Most of Mars, 42:58

              Observing Long Period Variables, 49:58

              Pleiades in a Winter's Morning, 47:57

              R Doradus, 48:59

              The Pleiades and Earthshine, 44:58

              Three Comets for April, 44:59

              Two Asteroid Occultations, 45:58

Cosmic Relief:

              Another Giant Leap, 42:20

              Familiar Forms on Fried and Frozen Worlds, 49:16

              Lunar News Flash, 44:20

              Revising Earth's Biography, 43:20

              Sailing the Solar System 47:18

              The Dream Is Coming Back, 45:20

              The Right Stuff?, 46:18

              Venus Lives!, 48:18

Deep Sky Delights:

              Betwixt & Between, 44:62

              Cup Bearer to Zeus, 47:62

              Hare into Summer, 49:66

              In the Vacuum of Space, 43:64

              One Field, 46:64

              Spring's Barred Spirals, 48:64

              Summer Planetary Viewing, 42:66

              Winter's Hickson Galaxy Groups, 45:64

Discoveries:

              A Close Encounter, 48:20

              Measuring the Earth, 45:22

              Messages from Little Green Men?, 43:22

              The Brightest New Star, 44:22

              The Moon and Galileo, 49:18

              The Tenth Planet?, 46:19

              Voyager 2 meets Uranus, 42:22

Double Star Notes:

              A Bullring of Doubles, 42:69

              Beneath the Cross, 45:67

              Doubles in Sextans, 44:57

              Grus, the Crane, 48:72

              In the Wolf's Den, 46:79

              More of Cetus, 49:69

              Peacock Feathers, 47:71

              Steer North from Canopus, 43:63

Exploring the Moon:

              Craters upon Craters, 43:58

              Crumbling Walls, 48:62

              Lessons in Basinology, 45:60

              Lunar Missions & Amateurs, 46:62

              Not Only Angels Have Halos, 47:60

              The Great Alpine Valley, 42:62

              The Lunar Graveyard, 44:60

              Touring Soviet Landing Sites, 49:62

Exploring the Solar System:

              Invitation to a Revival, 49:72

Features:

              A Celebration of the AAO - Past, Present, and Future, 49:76

              A New Infrared Sky, 43:36

              A Sunspot's Tale, 46:20

              Amateur Exoplanets, 43:26

              Astronomy in Australia with Stratospheric Balloons, 49:44

              Australian Student Observes With 8-Metre Eyes, 42:44

              Einstein's Ultimate Laboratory, 49:30

              Finding the First Galaxies, 43:42

              Glimpses of an Evolving Planet, 49:22

              Halfway to a Historic Encounter, 46:22

              Hanging in the Balance, 45:42

              Hubble's Greatest Scientific Achievements, 48:24

              Imagining Other Worlds, 46:34

              Kaguya's High-Def Highlights, 44:38

              Le Verrier and the Discovery of Sirius B, 43:70

              Lessons from Solar Twins, 48:32

              Mars Under the Microscope, 49:38

              NASA Sets Its Sights On the Sun, 44:24

              NASA Slams the Moon, 44:32

              Next Gen Radio Astronomy, 45:36

              Real Potential Disasters, 42:40

              Rings, Lakes, and Geysers, 43:32

              Searching for ET - What Odds?, 48:44

              Shedding Light on Dark Stars, 45:30

              Solving the IC 2944/2948 Mystery, 46:76

              The AAT: Celebrating 35 Years of Success, 46:42 and 47:42

              The Cartographic Legacy Of John Flamsteed, 47:34

              The Cosmologist Left Behind, 48:38

              The Great 2012 Scare, 42:32

              The Quest for the Most Massive Star, 47:22

              The Universal Jet Set, 47:28

              Top 10 Stories of 2009, 42:28

              Turning 50, 47:82

              What else is out there?, 46:28

              Wiggling In The Dark, 44:28

Focal Point:

              Bringing Telescopes to the People, 48:98

              Cruise Ship Astronomy, 44:98

              French Brass Meets Yankee Glass, 49:98

              Our Light or Starlight?, 46:98

              Reasons for Not Choosing Astronomy, 45:98

              Remembering the Other Explorers, 42:98

              The Day I Found..., 47:98

              Where Have All the Aliens Gone?, 43:98

Going Deep:

              A Herculean Galaxy Cluster, 46:74

              Exploring the NGC 80 Group, 48:70

              Probing NGC 5746, 45:62

Insight:

              Changing of the Guard, 43:24

              The Colours of Mars, 42:26

 

Mission Update:

              Chandrayaan-1, 42:16

              Fobos-Grunt, 43:16

              Mars Reconnaisance Orbiter, 42:16

              Planck, 42:16

              Rosetta, 42:16

              Venus Climate Orbiter, 43:16

              Yinghuo-1, 43:16         

New Product Spotlight:

              3-metre Metal Dome (Astro Domes), 46:16

              6-inch LightSwitch telescope (Meade), 43:17

              21-mm Ethos eyepiece (Tele Vue), 42:17

              135-mm reflector (Kson), 49:13

              A Beginner's Guide to DSLR Astrophotography (Jerry Lodriguss), 42:17

              Building a Roll-off Roof Observatory (Springer-Verlag), 44:18

              CCDStack v2 (CCDWare), 47:16

              EdgeHD telescope (Celestron), 43:17

              Faces of the Moon (Charlesbridge Publishing), 42:17

              Mathematical Astronomy Morsels V (Willmann-Bell), 46:16

              Mini Tower Pro (iOptron), 45:18

              Nautilus Motorised Filter Wheels (Orion), 43:17

              Orion Monster Dobsonians (Orion), 45:18

              Renaissance Genius (Sterling Publishing), 45:18

              SkyQuest GoTo Dobsonians (Orion), 47:16

              SkyVoyager (Carina Mobile, 49:13

              SolarMax II H-alpha solar telescopes (Meade), 49:13

              ST-8300M and -8300C CCD cameras (SBIG), 44:18

              SteadyStar Adaptive Optics Guider (Orion), 44:18

              The Eerie Silence: Renewing Our Search for Alien Intelligence (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), 47:16

News Notes:

              50 Years of Aussie - US Space Relations, 45:12

              A 320-Solar-Mass Star...Really?, 49:10

              A Hole Ripping a Star, 46:17

              A Massive Stellar Cradle, 46:12

              A New Look at the Sun, 46:12

              A New Way To Find Planets, 43:10

              A Runaway Star in the LMC, 46:11

              A Very Wide Eye, 49:12

              A WISE View of Siding Spring, 46:13

              Abundant Super-Earths, 44:12

              ALMA Progressing, 43:14

              An Exoplanet That Should Not Exist, 42:14

              Apophis Turns Less Manacing, 43:14

              Close Encounters Turn Asteroids Pale, 45:12

              Closing In on Dark Matter?, 44:16

              Corot Nearly Doubles Its Planet Count, 48:12

              Einstein Safe; Stellar Mystery Solved, 42:11

              Epsilon Aurigae's Eclipser, 46:12

              Eta Carinae Keeps Brightening, 46:14

              Faces of Pluto, 45:14

              Fastest Known Binary Star, 46:13

              First Confirmed Rocky Exoplanet, 42:10

              Foreign Globulars, 45:13

              Galaxy Zoom, 42:11

              Hayabusa's Return, 48:13

              Herschel's Cold, Cold Universe, 48:15

              Herschel's First Show, 43:12

              Hot Spot for Cosmic Rays, 45:14

              How Much Lunar Water?, 46:13

              Iapetus Solved?, 44:14

              Jupiter Impact: No Spash, 48:12

              Kepler: A Tidal Wave of Exoplanet Candidates, 48:14

              Kepler's First Exoplanet Haul, 44:12

              Kepler's Star Quakes, 44:14

              Limits on the Big Bang, 42:10

              McNaught Bags His 50th Comet, 42:12

              Messenger's Third Look at Mercury, 43:14

              Millisecond-Pulsar GPS, 45:13

              New Class of White Dwarfs, 46:13

              New Trove of Iron Meteorites, 49:10

              New Types of Supernovae?, 48:13

              Obituary - John Davis, 44:14

              One Supernova, Many Camera Angles, 46:10

              Phases of an Exoplanet, 42:11

              Phobos Landing Sites Imaged, 46:16

              Protoplanet Pallas, 42:12

              Refining "Precision Cosmology", 46:14

              Reflections on Titan, 44:14

              Rosetta Visits the Biggest Asteroid Yet, 49:11

              Smith's Cloud: A Dark Lining?, 43:11

              Sorting Out the Water on the Moon, 43:11

              Starbirth in M83, 43:16

              The Carbon Atmosphere of Cassiopeia A, 44:16

              The First Asteroid Collision?, 45:13

              The Moon: Damp from Day One, 49:12

              The Sky in a Cold New Light, 46:11

              The Smaller the Galaxy, the More Dark Matter, 45:14

              The Spins of Black Holes, 46:14

              Weird Brown-Dwarf Weather, 42:14

              Wireless LAN's Astronomy Origins, 43:10

              Wrong-Way Planets Are Common, 46:12

Spotlight On / Starscapes:

              A Spiral in Eridanus, 48:22

              New Light On The Small Magellanic Cloud, 45:24

              The Colours of Carina, 49:20

Sun, Moon, and Planets:

              A Splendid Evening Show, 46:54

              Conjunctions and a Lunar Eclipse, 45:54

              Evening Conjunctions Galore, 47:54

              Mars and Saturn Shine Brightly, 43:54

              Mars Shines at Opposition, 42:54

              Mercury and Mars Tour Scorpius, 49:54

              The Evening Star Returns, 44:54

              Venus and Mars Pair Up, 48:54

Targets:

              Icy Blue Diamonds, 42:70

              In Starry Skies, 44:65

              Magical Things, 46:70

              Sagittarius Star Cities, 47:68

              Splashing Around the Dolphin, 48:67

              The Flight of the Unicorn, 43:67

Telescope Workshop:

              A Simple Bino Mount, 48:74

              Apartment ATMing, 45:89

              Bigger, Faster, Better: 42:79

              Gregorian Reawakening, 49:89

              Making Sonotube Beautiful, 47:80

              Reign of the Chiefspiegler, 44:93

              The Dobsonian at 30, 46:84

              To Curve, or Not to Curve, 43:87

Test Reports:

              14-mm 100-degree eyepiece (Explore Scientific), 45:88

              120-mm ED Apo Refractor (SkyWatcher), 43:84

              314L+ CCD camera (Atik), 47:86

              CGE Pro German Equatorial Mount (Celestron), 42:80

              HyperStar (Starizona), 44:86

              SG-4 Autoguider (SBIG), 49:86

              SkyTools 3 (Skyhound), 46:86

              Super Wide Angle 82-degree eyepiece (Saxon), 48:73

The Astronomy Scene:

              7 Magnificent Supernovae, 44:46

              A Month of Moonwatching, 44:72

              An Eye for the Sky, 44:68

              Deep-Sky Discovery, 49:80

              Great Gadgets for Stargazing, 44:84

              Macquarie University's Open Nights, 48:86

              Melbourne Planetarium - Inspiring Generations of Visitors, 42:84

              NACAA 2010, 47:78

              Spacecraft Imaging for Amateurs, 43:74

              The 18th Annual South Pacific Star Party, 48:88

              Touring Astronomy's Past and Present, 43:82

              U Scorpii: Amateurs Catch a Crucial Nova, 47:72

              Variable Stars: Making a Difference, 47:76

              What to Know before you Buy, 44:76

Tonight's Sky:

              A Northern Triangle, 48:52

              Autumn's Alluring Sky, 44:52

              Field Of Dreams, 45:52

              Orion's Wonders, 42:52

              Patterns in the Sky, 46:52

              Sirius Nights, 43:52

              The Magic of the Milky Way, 47:52

              Thoughts on Fomalhaut, 49:52

 

Observing Topics

Comets:

               10P/Tempel 2, 46:58, 47:59

               81P/Wild 2, 42:57, 43:57, 44:59, 45:59

               103P/Hartley 2, 47:59, 48:60, 49:59

               C/2007 Q3 (Siding Spring), 42:57

               C/2009 K5 (McNaught), 43:57, 44:59

               C/2009 O2 (Catalina), 44:59

               C/2009 R1 (McNaught), 45:59, 47:59

Double Stars:

               7 Tauri, 42:69

               8 Monocerotis, 43:67

               9 Sextantis, 44:57

               31 Tauri, 42:69

               35 Sextantis, 44:57

               40 Sextantis, 44:57

               80 Tauri, 42:69

               82 Ceti, 49:69

               84 Ceti, 49:69

               95 Ceti, 49:69

               Alpha Tauri (Aldebaran), 42:69

               Beta Capricorni, 47:50

               Beta Muscae, 45:67

               BSO 14, 46:64

               BU 25, 44:57

               BU 87, 42:69

               BU 734, 49:69

               COO 39, 43:63

               COO 130, 45:67

               COO 252, 48:72

               d Lupi, 46:79

               DUN 30, 43:63

               DUN 31, 43:63

               DUN 38, 43:63

               DUN 45, 43:63

               Epsilon Lupi, 46:79

               Eta Muscae, 45:67

               G Puppis, 43:63

               Gale 3, 47:71

               Gamma Lupi, 46:79

               Gamma Sextantis, 44:57

               GLI 185, 45:67

               h2810, 46:70

               h5036, 46:70

               HDO 195, 43:63

               HJ 2043, 49:69

               HJ 3437, 49:69

               HJ 3895, 43:63

               HJ 3956, 43:63

               HJ 4432, 45:67

               HJ 4498, 45:67

               HJ 4550, 45:67

               HJ 4586, 45:67

               HJ 4776, 46:79

               HJ 4979, 47:71

               HJ 5085, 47:71

               HJ 5141, 47:71

               HJ 5319, 48:72

               HJ 5335, 48:72

               HJ 5362, 48:72

               HU 1335, 48:72

               Hwe 79, 46:79

               I 7, 43:63

               I 119, 47:71

               I 120, 47:71

               I 121, 47:71

               I 136, 48:72

               I 298, 45:67

               I 304, 48:72

               I 364, 45:67

               I 1467, 48:72

               JC 19, 48:72

               MLO 5, 47:71

               Mu Lupi, 46:79

               OSS 38, 42:72

               Pi-1 Gruis, 48:72

               Pi-2 Gruis, 48:72

               Pi Lupi, 46:79

               R 65, 43:63

               R 314, 47:71

               Sigma Puppis, 43:63

               STF 280, 49:69

               STF 334, 49:69

               STF 435, 42:69

               STF 450, 42:69

               STF 479, 42:69

               STF 481, 42:69

               STF 494, 42:69

               STF 495, 42:69

               STF 535, 42:69

               STF 559, 42:69

               STF 1377, 44:57

               STF 1441, 44:57

               STF 1457, 44:57

               Struve 1245, 44:65

               Struve 2735, 48:68

               Theta Gruis, 48:72

               Theta Muscae, 45:67

               Upsilon Gruis, 48:72

               WNO 1, 49:69

               Xi Pavonis, 47:71

               Zeta Cancri, 44:65

 

Galaxies:

               Abell 2199, 46:74

               AGCS 636, 43:64

               ESO 309-5, 49:66

               ESO 337-16, 46:64

               ESO 337-17, 46:64

               ESO 373-08, 43:64

               Hickson 44, 45:64

               Hickson 48, 45:64

               Hickson 57, 45:64

               Hickson 58, 45:64

               Hickson 61, 45:64

               Hickson 62, 45:64

               Hickson 79, 45:64

               IC 1542, 48:70

               IC 1546, 48:70

               IC 2135, 49:66

               IC 2531, 43:64

               M77, 49:50

               MCG +4-2-10, 48:70

               MCG -6-13-5, 49:66

               NGC 79, 48:70

               NGC 80, 48:70

               NGC 81, 48:70

               NGC 83, 48:70

               NGC 85, 48:70

               NGC 86, 48:70

               NGC 90, 48:70

               NGC 93, 48:70

               NGC 94, 48:70

               NGC 96, 48:70

               NGC 1079, 48:64

               NGC 1097, 48:64

               NGC 1232, 48:64

               NGC 1300, 48:64

               NGC 1313, 48:64

               NGC 1365, 48:64

               NGC 1672, 48:64

               NGC 1792, 49:66

               NGC 1808, 49:66

               NGC 1964, 49:66

               NGC 2775, 44:65

               NGC 2997, 43:64

               NGC 3095, 43:64

               NGC 3100, 43:64

               NGC 3108, 43:64

               NGC 3137, 43:64

               NGC 3175, 43:64

               NGC 5738, 43:62

               NGC 5740, 43:62

               NGC 5746, 45:62

               NGC 6768, 46:64

               NGC 6928, 48:68

               NGC 6956, 48:68

               NGC 7025, 48:68

               NGC 7184, 47:62

               NGC 7424, 48:66

               NGC 7479, 48:66

               NGC 7600, 47:62

               NGC 7606, 47:62

               PGC 1396, 48:70

               PGC 1670567, 48:70

               PGC 1811119, 42:70

Globular Clusters:

               Djorgovski 2, 47:68

               M2, 47:62

               M4, 45:50

               M22, 47:68

               M28, 47:68

               M56, 46:70

               M72, 47:62

               M79, 49:66

               NGC 1851, 49:66

               NGC 6440, 46:70

               NGC 6496, 46:64

               NGC 6522, 47:68

               NGC 6528, 47:68

               NGC 6540, 47:68

               NGC 6541, 46:64

               NGC 6638, 47:68

               NGC 6642, 47:68

               NGC 6717, 47:68

               NGC 6723, 46:64

               NGC 6934, 48:68

               NGC 7006, 48:68

               Palomar 8, 47:68

Open Clusters:

               IC 4665, 46:50

Moon:

               Archimedes, 44:60

               Alphonsus, 44:60, 47:60

               Atlas, 47:60

               Cabeus, 44:60

               Clavius, 43:58

               Copernicus, 48:62

               Eudoxus, 46:62

               Firmicus, 45:60

               Geminus, 45:60

               Lacus Mortis, 46:62

               Mare Crisium, 45:60

               Mason, 46:62

               Montes Cordillera, 45:60

               Nasireddin, 43:58

               Plana, 46:62

               Plato, 48:62

               Shoemaker, 44:60

               Steinheil, 43:58

               Theophilus, 43:58, 47:60

               Triesnecker, 48:62

               Vallis Alpes, 42:62

               Williams, 46:62

 

Nebulae:

               Cone Nebula, 43:67

               Corona Australis Dark Cloud, 46:64

               Dark Doodad, 44:50

               IC 349, 42:70

               Maia Nebula, 42:70

               Merope Nebula, 42:70

               NGC 2245, 43:67

               NGC 2247, 43:67

               NGC 2261, 43:67

               NGC 3581, 44:62

               NGC 3603, 44:62

               NGC 6726/7, 46:64

               NGC 6729, 46:64

               Rosette Nebula, 43:67

               Schoenberg 205/6, 43:67

               Sh2-273, 43:67

             

Open Clusters:

               Collinder 70, 42:50

               M44 (The Beehive), 44:65

               M45 (The Pleiades), 42:70

               M67, 44:65

               NGC 2017, 49:66

               NGC 2244, 43:67

               NGC 2252, 43:67

               NGC 2264, 43:67

               NGC 3532, 44:62

               NGC 3572, 44:62

               NGC 3766, 44:62

               NGC 7044, 46:70

 

Planetary Nebulae:

               Abell 12, 42:66

               Abell 21, 42:66

               Abell 24, 42:66

               Abell 31, 44:65

               IC 418, 49:66

               IC 1297, 46:64

               Jonckheere 320, 42:66

               Jonckheere 900, 42:66

               NGC 1514, 42:66, 42:70

               NGC 2022, 42:66

               NGC 2371 - 2372, 42:66

               NGC 3132, 43:64

               NGC 3699, 44:62

               NGC 3918, 44:62

               NGC 6445, 46:70

               NGC 6563, 46:70

               NGC 6765, 46:70

               NGC 7009, 47:62

               NGC 7027, 46:70

               NGC 7293, 47:62

               SA 2-76, 44:62

 

Variable Stars:

               Beta Perseii (Algol), 48:50

               Eta Aquilae, 47:58

               l Carinae, 46:59

               R Doradus, 48:59

               R Horologii, 43:50

               RS Sagittarii, 46:70

               S Sculptoris, 49:58

               X Cancri, 44:65