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 Australian Sky & Telescope Index - 2011

Issues

50: January 2011

51: February/March 2011

52: April 2011

53: May/June 2011

54: July 2011

55: August/September 2011

56: October 2011

57: November/December 2011

 

Authors

 

Ashford, Ade: Carina Mobile's SkyFi, 50:86

Baker, Daniel N. and Green, James L.: The Perfect Solar Superstorm, 53:38

Barry, Richard K.: A Winding Road, 57:98

Baruzzini, Michael: In Space, 50:98

Bobra, Monica: New Scutiny of the Sun's Secrets, 53:32

Brenneman, Laura: Spinning Hearts of Darkness, 55:26

Bryant, Greg: A Dawn Dance, 52:54

              A Fine Morning Meteor Shower, 53:61

              A Long Morning Lunar Eclipse, 53:58

              A Majestic Spiral Galaxy, 53:18

              A Midwinter's Night, 54:52

              A Month of Anniversaries, 52:10

              A Ship's View, 51:52

              A Summer Night's Lunar Eclipse, 57:58

              A Swan's Beauty, 56:52

              A Toast to Stellar Memories, 53:52

              A Wonderful Planetary Gathering, 53:54

              Caught on Camera, 53:10

              Encounter at Hartley 2, 51:38

              Faster, Better, Cheaper, 54:10

              In and Around The Great Square, 57:52

              In the Crab's Claws, 52:52

              Inner Planet Evening Show, 57:54

              Jupiter and Uranus' Final Act, 50:54

              Jupiter Shines at Opposition, 56:54

              Mercury's Evening Show, 54:54

              New Comet Ikeya-Murakami, 51:59

              New Light On Gamma Ray Bursts, 53:28

              Pavo Pleasures, 55:52

              Planetary Sentinel, 56:32

              Saturn Approaches Opposition, 51:54

              The Year Ahead, 50:10

              Things That Weren't: 57:10

              Too Big To Cancel?, 51:8

              Top 10 Stories of 2010, 50:24

              Twilight Conjunctions, 55:54

              Two Summer Clusters, 50:52

              Uranus - The "Forgotten" World, 50:46

              Volcanic Views, 56:10

              Watchers of the Sky, 55:8

Dalrymple, Les: A Fleece of Gold, 57:72

              A Little Cloudy, 56:68

              A Throng, 50:50

              Astronomy at the Summit, 56:80

              Baader Hyperion Mk III Zoom Eyepiece, 52:82

              Calm Waters, 51:66

              Ekinox / Ekcentric GoTo Refractor, 52:80

              Epsilon Lyrae, 55:50

              In the Lion's Belly, 52:62

              Low-Hanging Fruit, 57:50

              Messier 2, 56:50

              NGC 4349, 52:50

              One Horn, 50:64

              Orange & Blue, 54:50

              Ptolemy's Cluster, 53:50

              Sparkling M47, 51:50

              Testing Indus, 55:72

              The Domain of the King, 53:72

              Winter's Best Nebulae, 54:70

Devlin, Mark and Halpern, Mark: Having a BLAST in Antarctica, 56:42

di Cicco, Dennis: Apogee's Alta U9000 CCD Camera, 51:80

              iOptron's New 6-inch Mak & German Equatorial Mount, 57:82

              Meade's 8-inch LightSwitch Scope, 51:84

              PlaneWave's 12.5-inch CDK Astrograph, 53:86

              SBIG's ST-8300M CCD Camera, 52:84

              William Optics FLT-98 f/6.3 Apo Refractor, 52:87

Dobbins, Thomas A.: A Gap But Not a Void, 54:62

Drummond, John: Napier 2011: The RASNZ Conference, 57:87

Durda, Dan: How to Deflect a Hazardous Asteroid, 51:26

Dyer, Alan: Shoot for the Stars - Part 1, 53:76; Part 2, 54:76

Ellyard, David: A Final Grab at Glory, 51:24

              Finding Pluto, 50:22

              Halley's 1910 Return, 53:24

              Luna 10: First to Orbit the Moon, 52:24

              Probing Jupiter's Atmosphere, 54:22

              The Moons of Mars, 55:22

              Two-faced Iapetus, 56:22

              Unravelling the Leonids, 57:22

Eversberg, Thomas: Stellar Winds above Atlantic Clouds, 55:38

Flanders, Tony: The Astronomer's Universe!, 51:44

Fleming, Neil: Narrowband Imaging, 52:76

Forbes, Duncan and Kroupa, Pavel: What is a Galaxy?, 55:44

Fraser, Neville: Letter, 51:10

French, Sue: Auriga, the Charioteer, 50:67

              Bear Toes, 52:65

              By Jiminy!, 51:69

              Flying Horse Fish, 57:66

              Gold Dust, 55:66

              Night of the Scorpion, 54:66

              The Berkeley Clusters, 56:64

              The Gossamers of Coma Berenices, 53:66

Gasparri, Daniele: Beneath the Shroud of Venus, 50:72

Gould, Ross: Around the Square, 54:64

              Centaur Pointers, 53:64

              Dolphin Delights, 55:64

              Doubles in Lepus, 50:70

              Native Doubles, 56;62

              Sailing Back to Vela, 52:68

              Under the Unicorn's Hooves, 51:72

              Where Pegasus Meets Andromeda, 57:64

Greeve, Dennis: Letter, 51:10

Grifantini, Kristina: Where Did Earth's Water Come From?, 52:36

Grinspoon, David: All These Worlds, 56:20

               Arsenic and Old Lakes, 53:22

               Bring on the Exo-Earths!, 50:20

               Is There Art on Other Planets?, 57:20

               Requiem for Akatsuki, 54:20

               Weathering New Worlds, 52:22

Henden, Arne: The AAVSO's New Sky Survey, 56:38

Hewitt-White, Ken: A Fine Field in Bootes, 53:70

               A Pride of Galaxies, 51:64

               Digging for Detail in Scutum, 55:70

               Galaxy Gauze, 57:70

Hirshfeld, Alan: The Universe of Archimedes, 51:34

Hulbert, Melissa: South Pacific Astronomy Adventure, 50:82

James, C. Renee and Sheehan, William: Neptune Comes Full Circle, 56:72

Johnson, John A.: The Stars That Host Planets, 54:34

Kalajian, Peter: Demystifying Flat Fields, 57:76

Keller, Luke and Wolf, Jurgen: NASA's New Airborne Observatory, 50:38

Kerr, Steve: A Summer Sunrise Occultation, 50:57

               Castor Playing Soccer?, 55:60

               More Footwork, 57:61

               Scorpions Up North, 54:58

               Scorpius Revisited, 51:58

Lakdawalla, Emily: Pummelling The Planets, 57:30

Lehman, Dale E.: Science as Human Nature, 55:98

Lomb, Nick: An Australian Pioneer in Radio Astronomy, 54:88

Lopes, Rosaly: Where the Hot Stuff is, 56:24

MacQuart, Jean-Pierre and Wheeler, Pete: Imaging the Interstellar Medium, 54:24

MacRobert, Alan: Ask AS&T, 51:75, 52:88

Malin, David: Letter, 51:10

Mallama, Anthony: Planetary Magnitudes, 53:46

Marks, Joel: First, Do No Harm, 51:98

McLaughlin, Walt: Galaxy Hunting, 56:98

McNamara, Geoff: Letter, 51:10

Miller, Chris: Giving an Astronomy Show, 54:98

Musgrave, Ian: Finding Mercury's Tail, 51:42

New Hampshire Astronomical Society: The Library Telescope Program, 53:98

Onken, Christopher: Pile-up in Pavo, 53:26

Parker, Don and Beish, Jeff: A Cloudy Mars in 2010, 51:62

Piepol, Greg: Catch the Nearest Star, 55:82

Plummer, Alan: AG Carinae, 51:59

               Betelgeuse, 57:60

               BV Centauri, 54:57

               Kappa Pavonis, 52:58

               Mira, 56:58

               S Doradus, 50:58

               Southern Gems, 53:60

               T Pyxidis, 55:59

Reid, James: An Astronomer's Guide to Holst's The Planets, 57:44

Schilling, Govert: End of the Cosmic Dark Ages, 55:32         

Seager, Sara: The Hunt for Super-Earths, 50:30

Seargent, David: 3 Comets for Small Telescopes, 55:58

               A Morning Comet in Aquarius, 53:61

               Comet Garradd Comes Into View, 52:59

               Comet Garradd Heads North, 57:60

               Following Comet Elenin Out, 56:58

               Opening the New Year with Hartley 2, 50:59

               Prospects for Comet Elenin, 54:59

Seronik, Gary: A Semi-Classic Dob, 51:89

               Chris Flynn's Astroblast, 52:75

               Ed's Tracking Travelscope, 57:80

               Orion's Robo Dobsonian, 56;86

               Poetry in the Motion, 54:90

               Secondary Considerations, 56:85

               The Art of Telescope Making, 55:88

               Two Novel Refractors, 50:87

               Whither ATMing?, 53:90

Sheehan, William, Boudreau, John, and Manara, Alessandro: The Mercury Mirage, 55:76

Shostak, Seth: Closing in on E.T., 52:26

Sorensen, Jesper: Fast or Slow?, 51:76

Smith, J. Kelly, Smith, David L., and Joyner, William L.: Solar Radio Astronomy, 54:82

Spilker, Linda J.: 7 Years at Saturn, 54:40

Stephens, Robert: Asteroid Maven, 50:76

Tingley, Brandon: The Exoplanets that Weren't

Vanderbei, Robert J.: Sequencing the Stars, 52:44

Walker, Sean: Planetary Imaging Primer, 55:86

               The New "Double-Stacked" P.S.T, 55:81

Waller, William H.: The Lessons of Antarctica, 52:98

Wood, Charles A.: Coming in at an Angle, 53:62

               Ideal Orientale, 54:60

               Large-Scale Lunar Structures, 56:60

               Lunar Transient Phenomena, 51:60

               Pits of Contention, 52:60

               The Best Lunar Map So Far, 55:62

               Unmasking Mare Ridges, 50:62

               Weird Crater Rays, 57:62

               Welcome to the Moon, 52:70

Zander, Jon: Peering Beneath Jupiter's Clouds, 57:24

 Zimmerman, Robert: Astronomy's Crystal Ball, 54:26

 

Departments

Activities:

             New Zealand Stargazing Tour, 50:16

             Teacher Workshops, 51:20

Ask AS&T:

             Black Holes Can't Sneak Up, 51:75

             Gravity, Shaper of Worlds, 52:88

             Stellar Burning Glass, 52:88

             Where We're Really Going, 51:75

Astrophotography:

              Beneath the Shroud of Venus, 50:72

              Catch the Nearest Star, 55:82

              Demystifying Flat Fields, 57:76

              Fast or Slow, 51:76

              Narrowband Imaging, 52:76

              Shoot for the Stars - Part 1, 53:76; Part 2, 54:76

Binocular Highlight:

              A Throng, 50:50

              Epsilon Lyrae, 55:50

              Low-Hanging Fruit, 57:50

              Messier 2, 56:50

              NGC 4349, 52:50

              Orange & Blue, 54:50

              Ptolemy's Cluster, 53:50

              Sparkling M47, 51:50

Books & Beyond:

              Under the Radar. The first woman in radio astronomy: Ruby Payne-Scott (WM Goss and Richard X McGee), 54:88

Celestial Calendar:

              3 Comets for Small Telescopes, 55:58

              A Fine Morning Meteor Shower, 53:61

              A Long Morning Lunar Eclipse, 53:58

              A Morning Comet in Aquarius, 53:61

              A Summer Night's Lunar Eclipse, 57:58

              A Summer Sunrise Occultation, 50:57

              Betelgeuse, 57:60

              BV Centauri, 54:57

              Castor Playing Soccer?, 55:60

              Comet Garradd Comes Into View, 52:59

              Following Comet Elenin Out, 56:58

              Kappa Pavonis, 52:58

              Mira, 56:58

              More Footwork, 57:61

              New Comet Ikeya-Murakami, 51:59

              Opening the New Year with Hartley 2, 50:59

              Prospects for Comet Elenin, 54:59

              S Doradus, 50:58

              Scorpions Up North, 54:58

              Scorpius Revisited, 51:58

              Southern Gems, 53:60

              T Pyxidis, 55:59

Cosmic Relief:

              All These Worlds, 56:20

              Arsenic and Old Lakes, 53:22

              Bring on the Exo-Earths!, 50:20

              Is There Art on Other Planets, 57:20

              Requiem for Akatsuki, 54:20

              Weathering New Worlds, 52:22

Deep Sky Delights:

              A Fleece of Gold, 57:72

              A Little Cloudy, 56:68

              Calm Waters, 51:66

              In the Lion's Belly, 52:62

              One Horn, 50:64

              Testing Indus, 55:72

              The Domain of the King, 53:72

              Winter's Best Nebulae, 54:70

Discoveries:

              A Final Grab at Glory, 51:24

              Finding Pluto, 50:22

              Halley's 1910 Return, 53:24

              Luna 10: First to Orbit the Moon, 52:24

              The Moons of Mars, 55:22

              Probing Jupiter's Atmosphere, 54:22

              Two-faced Iapetus, 56:22

              Unravelling the Leonids, 57:22

Double Star Notes:

              Around the Square, 54:64

              Centaur Pointers, 53:64

              Dolphin Delights, 55:64

              Doubles in Lepus, 50:70

              Native Doubles, 56:62

              Sailing Back to Vela, 52:68

              Under the Unicorn's Hooves, 51:72

              Where Pegasus Meets Andromeda, 57:64

Exploring the Moon:

              Coming in at an Angle, 53:62

              Ideal Orientale, 54:60

              Large-Scale Lunar Structures, 56:60

              Lunar Transient Phenomena, 51:60

              Pits of Contention, 52:60

              The Best Lunar Map So Far, 55:62

              Unmasking Mare Ridges, 50:62

              Weird Crater Rays, 57:62

Exploring the Solar System:

              A Cloudy Mars in 2010, 51:62

              A Gap But Not a Void, 54;62

              Planetary Imaging Primer, 55:86

              Planetary Magnitudes, 53:46

Features:

              7 Years at Saturn, 54:40

              An Astronomer's Guide to Holst's The Planets, 57:44

              Astronomy's Crystal Ball, 54:26

              Closing in on E.T., 52:26

              Encounter at Hartley 2, 51:38

              End of the Cosmic Dark Ages, 55:32

              Finding Mercury's Tail, 51:42

              Having a BLAST in Antarctica, 56:42

              How to Deflect a Hazardous Asteroid, 51:26

              Imaging the Interstellar Medium, 54:24

              NASA's New Airborne Observatory, 50:38

              Neptune Comes Full Circle, 56:72

              New Light On Gamma Ray Bursts, 53:28

              New Scrutiny of the Sun's Secrets, 53:32

              Peering Beneath Jupiter's Clouds, 57:24

              Pile-up in Pavo, 53:26

              Planetary Sentinel, 56:32

              Pummelling The Planets, 57:30

              Spinning Hearts of Darkness, 55:26

              Stellar Winds above Atlantic Clouds, 55:38

              The AAVSO's New Sky Survey, 56:38

              The Exoplanets that Weren't, 57:38

              The Hunt for Super-Earths, 50:30

              The Mercury Mirage, 55:76

              The Perfect Solar Superstorm, 53:38

              The Stars That Host Planets, 54:34

              The Universe of Archimedes, 51:34

              Top 10 Stories of 2010, 50:24

              Uranus - The "Forgotten" World, 50:46

              What is a Galaxy?, 55:44

              Where Did Earth's Water Come From?, 52:36

              Where the Hot Stuff is, 56:24

Focal Point:

              A Winding Road, 57:98

              First, Do No Harm, 51:98

              Galaxy Hunting, 56:98

              Giving An Astronomy Show, 54:98

              In Space, 50:98

              Science as Human Nature, 55:98

              The Lessons of Antarctica, 52:98

              The Library Telescope Program, 53:98

Going Deep:

              A Fine Field in Bootes, 53:70

              A Pride of Galaxies, 51:64

              Digging for Detail in Scutum, 55:70

              Galaxy Gauze, 57:70

New Product Showcase:

              3D Astronomy with JAVA: An Introduction to Computer Graphics (Fairman), 53:20

              Astronomical Spectroscopy for Amateurs (Harrison), 55:20

              CentreLine CL1-10 Filter Wheel (Finger Lakes Instrumentation), 55:20

              Coronado P.S.T (Meade Instruments), 51:22

              Desiccant Caps (Farpoint), 52:20

              Digital Display Gauge SCT Focuser (William Optics), 53:20

              EFW2 Colour Wheel (Atik Instruments), 50:18

              Ethos-SX eyepiece (Tele Vue), 51:22

              Gas Giants app (Software Bisque), 53:20

              Hyperion Mk III zoom eyepiece (Baader Planetarium), 50:18

              Kaguya Lunar Atlas (Shirao and Wood), 57:18

              Moon Phase Maps and Star Chart apps (Astrovisuals), 54:19

              Motorised Zerotator (Van Slyke Instruments), 57:18

              MX-1 iphone adapter (Magnilux), 56:18

              NexGuide (Celestron), 51:22

              Omega Dew Terminator (Astrocrumb), 55:20

              Parallizer eyepiece adapter (Howie Glatter), 56:18

              PowerWeight (iOptron), 57:18

              The Moon in Close-Up: A Next Generation Astronomer's Guide (Wilkinson), 54:19

              The Radio Sky and How To Observe It (Lashley), 53:20

              SkyProdigy 130 (Celestron), 54:19

              SkyQuest XX12g GoTo Truss Dobsonian (Orion Telescopes), 52:20

              ST-i planetary camera and autoguider (SBIG), 56:18

              SXVR-H18 CCD camera (Starlight Xpress), 52:20

              UP16 Premium Ultraportable Truss Dobsonian (Orion Telescopes), 50:18

News Notes:

              A Black Hole Too Big For Its Galaxy, 53:14

              A Diamond Planet, 57:14

              A Galaxy at Redshift 10, 54:16

              A Ghostly Cosmic Pinwheel, 50:15

              A Glittering Star, 52:16

              A New Name for Molonglo, 51:16

              A Planet's Death Spiral?, 51:16

              A Planet as Dense as a Cannonball, 53:12

              A Runaway Star Tells a Long Story, 50:14

              A Steamy Super-Earth?, 52:14

              A Super-Earth Transiting Naked-Eye 55 Cancri, 55:12

              Akatsuki, 52:16

              Aussies Star in Planetary Society Grants, 51:18

              Australia - New Zealand Radio Linkup, 57:15

              Best Views of a Black-Hole Powerhouse, 55:14

              Big Kepler Bonus: Precisioni Stellar Physics, 55:13

              Black Holes: More Powerful Than Thought, 51:14

              Blue Stragglers in the Galactic Bulge, 56:15

              "Coreshine" in a Cloud's Black Heart, 51:15

              Cosmic Star Count Triples, 52:12

              Dawn Arrives at Vesta, 56:14

              Dissecting Saturn's Big Storm, 56:15

              Double Whammies on Mars and the Moon, 56:13

              End of An Era, 56:14

              Eris is Dwarfed; Is Pluto Bigger?, 52:16

              Galaxies Running on Empty, 57:13

              Happy Birthday Neptune, 56:13

              Home Computers Dredge Up Weird Pulsar, 50:14

              Hubble Spots New Pluto Moon, 57:14

              Iceball in Transit, 53:16

              Incredible Shrinking Moon, 50:14

              Is the Sunspot Cycle About to Stop?, 56:12

              Jupiter Swallowed an Asteroid, 55:13

              Jupiter's Lost Belt Returns, 51:15

              Kepler's Latest Planet Bonanza, 54:12

              Messages from Mercury, 54:13

              Mini-Comets Storm the Sun, 53:14

              More Planets Than Stars?, 55:16

              New Cosmic Distance Record, 52:13

              New Insights on Lunar Swirls, 55:14

              New Light on the Voorwerp, 54:16

              New Sign of Water Flowing on Mars?, 55:18

              New Twist on Dark Energy, 51:14

              Next Mars Landing Site: Gale Crater, 57:15

              No Goldilocks Planet?!, 52:13

              No Ordinary Supernova Remnant, 52:12

              Opportunity Rover reaches Endeavour, 57:15

              Planet from Another Galaxy, 52:14

              Remains of a Dwarf, 54:14

              Rethinking Star Formation, 50:13

              Strengthening Dark Energy's Push, 55:16

              Sun's Heliopause: A Moving Target, 51:16

              The Comet Tale of Asteroid Scheila, 53:13

              The First "Potentially Habitable" Exoplanet, 50:12

              The Inconstant Crab Nebula, 54:13

              The Milky Way's Giant Gamma-Ray Bubbles, 52:13

              The Most Distant Galaxy Cluster, 53:13

              The Sun Upclose, 51:18

              Titan's Hazes: A Rich Brew, 51:18

              Trouble for the Kepler Mission, 57:12

              Two Exoplanets in an Interactive Dance, 50:13

              Unveiling Our Galaxy's Massive Stars, 55:13

              Variable Stars Behind the Sun, 56:16

              What Makes Iapetus So Weird?, 54:14

              Will the James Webb Space Telescope Be Cancelled?, 57:13

              Why the Sun Had No Spots, 54:14

              Zooming In On An Amateur Discovery, 57:16

Starscapes:

              A Majestic Spiral Galaxy, 53:18

              Jewels of an Ancient Globular, 55:24

Sun, Moon, and Planets:

              A Dawn Dance, 52:54

              A Wonderful Planetary Gathering, 53:54

              Inner Planet Evening Show, 57:54

              Jupiter and Uranus' Final Act, 50:54

              Jupiter Shines at Opposition, 56:54

              Mercury's Evening Show, 54:54

              Saturn Approaches Opposition, 51:54

              Twilight Conjunctions, 55:54

Targets:

              Auriga, the Charioteer, 50:67

              Bear Toes, 52:65

              By Jiminy!, 51:69

              Flying Horse Fish, 57:66

              Gold Dust, 55:66

              Night of the Scorpion, 54:66

              The Berkeley Clusters, 56:64

              The Gossamers of Coma Berenices, 53:66

Telescope Workshop:

              A Semi-Classic Dob, 51:89

              Chris Flynn's Astroblast, 52:75

              Ed's Tracking Travelscope, 57:80

              Poetry in the Motion, 54:90

              Secondary Considerations, 56:85

              The Art of Telescope Making, 55:88

              Two Novel Refractors, 50:87

              Whither ATMing?, 53:90

Test Reports:

              8-inch LightSwitch (Meade), 51:84

              12.5-inch f/8 CDK Astrograph (PlaneWave), 53:86

              Alta U9000 (Apogee), 51:80

              Double-Stacked Personal Solar Telescope (Meade), 55:81

              ED1026 (Ekinox) and Ekcentrik Alt-Az GoTo mount, 52:80

              FLT-98 Apo refractor (William Optics), 52:87

              Hyperion Mk III Zoom eyepiece (Baader), 52:82

              Mak 150mm and iEQ56 mount (iOptron), 57:82

              SkyFi (Carina Mobile), 50:86

              SkyQuest XT10g GoTo Dobsonian Telescope (Orion Telescopes & Binoculars), 56:86

              ST-8300M CCD camera (SBIG), 52:84

The Astronomy Scene:

              Asteroid Maven, 50:76

              Astronomy at the Summit, 56:80

              Napier 2011: The RASNZ Conference, 57:87

              Solar Radio Astronomy, 54:82

              South Pacific Astronomy Adventure, 50:82

              The Astronomer's Universe!, 51:44

              Welcome to the Moon, 52:70

Tonight's Sky:

              A Midwinter's Night, 54:52

              A Ship's View, 51:52

              A Swan's Beauty, 56:52

              A Toast to Stellar Memories, 53:52

              In and Around The Great Square, 57:52

              In the Crab's Claws, 52:52

              Pavo Pleasures, 55:52

              Two Summer Clusters, 50:52

 

Observing Topics

Comets:

               45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova, 55:58

               103P/Hartley 2, 50:59

               C/2009 P1 (Garradd), 52:59, 53:61, 54:59, 55:58, 56:58, 57:60

               C/2010 X1 (Elenin), 54:59, 55:58, 56:58, 57:60

               P/2010 V1 (Ikeya-Murakami), 51:59

Double Stars:

               1 Delphini, 55:64

               36 Andromedae, 57:64

               38 Leporis, 50:70

               52 Pegasi, 57:64

               72 Pegasi, 57:64

               85 Pegasi, 57:64

               AC 1, 57:64

               Alpha Centauri, 53:64

               Alpha Geminorum (Castor), 51:69

               Barnard 19, 57:66

               Beta Centauri, 53:64

               Beta Delphini, 55:64

               Beta Leporis, 50:70

               Beta Monocerotis, 51:72

               BU 16, 51:72

               BU 314, 50:70

               BU 319, 50:70

               BU 321, 50:70

               BU 363, 55:64

               BU 573, 51:72

               COO 157, 53:64

               COO 167, 53:64

               D12, 51:72

               DUN 81, 52:68

               DUN 137, 53:64

               DUN 143, 53:64

               DUN 190, 54:64

               DUN 191, 54:64

               DUN 193, 54:64

               DUN 195, 54:64

               DUN 235, 56:62

               Englemann 43, 52:65

               Epsilon Lyrae, 55:50

               Epsilon Normae, 54;64

               Espin 332, 50:67

               FIN 325, 51:72

               Gamma Delphini, 55:64

               Gamma Leporis, 50:70

               Haro 2-36, 54:66

               HJ 1858, 57:64

               HJ 1859, 57:64

               HJ 3752, 50:70

               HJ 3759, 50:70

               HJ 3780, 50:70

               HJ 4188, 52:68

               HJ 4191, 52:68

               HJ 4245, 52:68

               HJ 4330, 52:68

               HJ 4332, 52:68

               HJ 4795, 54:64

               HJ 4813, 54:64

               HJ 5246, 56:62

               HLD 124, 54:64

               HRG 84, 53:64

               HRG 85, 53:64

               HRG 86, 53:64

               HRG 87, 53:64

               HU 1332, 56:62

               HU 1333, 56:62

               HU 1626, 56:62

               I 11, 52:68

               I 17, 56:62

               I 18, 56:62

               I 19, 56:62

               I 41, 56:62

               I 128, 56:62

               I 132, 56:62

               I 974, 54:64

               Iota Leporis, 50:70

               Iota-1 Normae, 54;64

               J Centauri, 53:64

               JC 25, 56:62

               Kappa Leporis, 50:70

               Mu Velorum, 52:68

               Nu Ursae Majoris, 52:65

               Pi Andromedae, 57:64

               Psi Velorum, 52:68

               Pz 3, 52:68

               Pz 6, 55:66

               Rousseau 31, 55:66

               RST 3491, 51:72

               Sigma 2995, 57:66

               Sigma 3009, 57:66

               Sigma 3036, 57:66

               Sigma 3045, 57:66

               SEE 258, 54:64

               South 548, 51:69

               STF 40, 57:64

               STF 914, 51:72

               STF 987, 51:72

               STF 1019, 51:72

               STF 1029, 51:72

               STF 1152, 51:72

               STF 1154, 51:72

               STF 1157, 51:72

               STF 2665, 55:64

               STF 2690, 55:64

               STF 2721, 55:64

               STF 2722, 55:64

               STF 2725, 55:64

               STF 2738, 55:64

               STF 2958, 57:64

               STF 2978, 57:64

               STF 3007, 57:64

               STF 3050, 57:64

               Theta Indi (HJ 5258), 56:62

               Xi Ursae Majoris, 52:65

               YSJ 1, 52:68

               Zeta Monocerotis, 51:72

Eclipses:

               A Long Morning Lunar Eclipse, 53:58

               A Summer Night's Lunar Eclipse, 57:58

Galaxies:

               ESO 92-12A, 51:66

               ESO 92-12B, 51:66

               ESO 146-5, 55:72

               ESO 235-55, 55:72

               ESO 235-57, 55:72

               ESO 269-57, 53:72

               ESO 269-74A, 53:72

               ESO 269-85, 53:72

               Hickson 61, 53:66

               IC 2554, 51:66

               IC 5152, 55:72

               M74, 57:72

               M95, 52:62

               M96, 52:62

               M105, 52:62

               NGC 68, 57:70

               NGC 660, 57:62

               NGC 691, 57:72

               NGC 772, 57:72

               NGC 877, 57:72

               NGC 972, 57:72

               NGC 2357, 51:69

               NGC 2822, 51:66

               NGC 2836, 51:66

               NGC 2841, 52:65

               NGC 3136, 51:66

               NGC 3136B, 51:66

               NGC 3158, 51:64

               NGC 3184, 52:65

               NGC 3198, 52:65

               NGC 3300, 52:62

               NGC 3338, 52:62

               NGC 3346, 52:62

               NGC 3367, 52:62

               NGC 3377, 52:62

               NGC 3377A, 52:62

               NGC 3384, 52:62

               NGC 3389, 52:62

               NGC 3412, 52:62

               NGC 3489, 52:62

               NGC 4274, 53:66

               NGC 4559, 53:66

               NGC 4565, 53:66

               NGC 4725, 53:66

               NGC 5090, 53:72

               NGC 5266, 53:72

               NGC 5286, 53:72

               NGC 5307, 53:72

               NGC 5527, 53:70

               NGC 5529, 53:70

               NGC 5544, 53:70

               NGC 5545, 53:70

               NGC 5557, 53:70

               NGC 5572, 53:70

               NGC 6935, 55:72

               NGC 6937, 55:72

               NGC 7029, 55:72

               NGC 7038, 55:72

               NGC 7049, 55:72

               NGC 7064, 55:72

               NGC 7090, 55:72

               NGC 7125, 55:72

               NGC 7126, 55:72

               Pegasus I cluster, 57:66

               PGC 50925, 53:70

               PGC 50944, 53:70

               PGC 50952, 53:70

               PGC 2076761, 53:70

               PGC 2076843, 53:70

Globular Clusters:

               M2, 56:50

               M69, 55:66

               M70, 55:66

               NGC 121, 56:68

               NGC 362, 56:68

               NGC 2808, 51:66

               NGC 5139 (Omega Centauri), 53:72

               NGC 6441, 54:66

               NGC 6558, 55:66

               NGC 6569, 55:66

               NGC 6624, 55:66

               NGC 6652, 55:66

               NGC 6712, 55:70

               Palomar 4, 52:65

Moon:

               Aristarchus, 51:60

               Copernicus, 52:60

               Crisium, 56:60

               Dionysius rays, 57:62

               Humboldtianum, 56:60

               Humorum, 56:60

               Imbrium Basin, 56:60

               Inghirami Valley, 54:60

               Kepler, 53:62

               Langrenus rays, 57:62

               Mare Crisium, 50:62

               Mare Nubium, 56:60

               Mare Serenitatis, 50:62, 56:60

               Mare Smythii, 51:60

               Mare Tranquillitatis, 50:62

               Messier, 53:62

               Messier A, 53:62

               Nectaris Basin, 56:60

               Oceanus Procellarum, 51:60

               Orientale Basin, 54:60, 56:60

               Petavius B, 53:62

               Plato, 52:60

               Proclus, 53:62

               Ptolemaeus, 51:60

               Thales, 53:62

               Tycho, 53:62

Nebulae:

               Barnard 72, 54:70

               Barnard 86, 54:70

               Barnard 87, 55:66

               Barnard 292, 55:66

               Barnard 300, 55:66

               Barnard 305, 55:66

               GN 17.21.9, 54:66

               IC 405, 50:67

               IC 410, 50:67

               IC 417, 50:67

               M8, 54:70

               M17, 54:70

               M20, 54:70

               NGC 346, 56:68

               NGC 2261 (Hubble's Variable Nebula), 50:64

               NGC 6334, 54:70

               RCW 127, 54:66

               Rosette Nebula, 50:64

               Sharpless 2-237, 50:67

Open Clusters:

               Berkeley 82, 56:64

               Berkeley 86, 56:64

               Berkeley 87, 56:64

               IC 1310, 56:64

               IC 2602, 51:66

               Kron 3, 56:68

               Kron 7, 56:68

               M7, 53:50

               M29, 56:64

               M47, 51:50

               Melotte 20 (Alpha Persei cluster), 57:50

               Melotte 102, 51:66

               NGC 152, 56:68

               NGC 176, 56:68

               NGC 220, 56:68

               NGC 221, 56:68

               NGC 231, 56:68

               NGC 248, 56:68

               NGC 256, 56:68

               NGC 265, 56:68

               NGC 267, 56:68

               NGC 269, 56:68

               NGC 330, 56:68

               NGC 371, 56:68

               NGC 416, 56:68

               NGC 419, 56:68

               NGC 456, 56:68

               NGC 460, 56:68

               NGC 465, 56:68

               NGC 2355, 51:69

               NGC 2395, 51:69

               NGC 2420, 51:69

               NGC 2477, 50:50

               NGC 4349, 52:50

               NGC 6281, 54:66

               NGC 6400, 54:66

               NGC 6749, 56:64

               NGC 6791, 56:64

Planetary Nebulae:

               Abell 21, 51:69

               IC 2448, 51:66

               IC 2553, 51:66

               IC 4776, 55:66

               Longmore-Tritton 5, 53:66

               NGC 2346 (Butterfly Nebula), 50:64

               NGC 2371-72, 51:69

               NGC 2392, 51:69

               NGC 3211, 51:66

               NGC 6302, 54:66

Variable Stars:

               AG Carinae, 51:59

               Betelgeuse, 57:60

               BV Centauri, 54:57

               Kappa Pavonis, 52:58

               Mira, 56:58

               S Doradus, 50:58

               T Pyxidis, 55:59

               W Sagittarii, 53:60

               X Sagittarii, 53:60