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The Observer
East Valley Astronomy Club
The Backyard Astronomer: Return to the North Rim Star Party
Let’s Party for July: Astronomical objects for star parties
archive
the Shooting Star
Astronomical Society of New Haven, Inc.
Product Review: Good to Stargaze smart-phone app
Night Sky Highlights
Gallery
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See all the Planets
See all the Planets
archive
Another Pale Blue Dot
Another Pale Blue Dot: The SETI Institute's Search for Exoplanets
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Episode II: Phantom Swarm 
 Early Morning Crescent Moon  
 Fourth of July Colors: Near and Far
Episode II: Phantom Swarm
Early Morning Crescent Moon
Fourth of July Colors: Near and Far
more articles
Nightwatch
Pomona Valley Amateur Astronomers
Launch Alerts
What’s Up?: Weird Brown Dwarfs
more articles
Remembering Art Bell and His Courage to Ask the Big Questions
Remembering Art Bell and His Courage to Ask the Big Questions
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June Observing Targets 
 Thirty Minutes to Catch a Comet 
 Image of the Month 
 Members’ Gallery
June Observing Targets
Thirty Minutes to Catch a Comet
Image of the Month
Members’ Gallery
more articles
Alien Weather Report 
 Great Strides with Messier Marathons 
 What's up in the Sky
Alien Weather Report: Columbia University Lecture
Great Strides with Messier Marathons: Arizona Skies
What's up in the Sky: AAA Observers April Guide
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The Sky For Summer 2018 
 Benefit of Fan Cooling your DSLR for Astrophotography 
 M22, Saturn and Two Moons 
 Eye Candy 
 Cartoon Corner
The Sky For Summer 2018
Benefit of Fan Cooling your DSLR for Astrophotography
M22, Saturn and Two Moons
Eye Candy: Members’ Image Gallery
Cartoon Corner
more articles
June Skies 
 A Matter of Perspective 
 Astro Update
June Skies
A Matter of Perspective
Astro Update
more articles
Cupertino Earth Day  
 SJAA Member Astrophoto Gallery
Cupertino Earth Day : April 21, 2018
SJAA Member Astrophoto Gallery
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RTMC 50th Expo 
 Fireballs in the Sky:  
 A Guide To The Night Sky
RTMC 50th Expo
Fireballs in the Sky: : A Global Fireball Observatory
A Guide To The Night Sky
more articles
Exoplanets at SDAA
Exoplanets at SDAA
archive
Greetings from Palmia Observatory 
 Conference Report
Greetings from Palmia Observatory
Conference Report: LogiCal-LA/Scientific Skepticism
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Event Horizon
St. Louis Astronomical Society, Inc.
Are You Ready for Mars?
archive
Sonoran Starry Nights
Sonora Astronomical Society (SAS)
The Stargazers Corner: Mars This Summer
archive
Galaxy Season 
 Steam Trip to North Norfolk Railway 2018 
 Winter Open Clusters 
 Aurora: in search of the Northern Lights”
Galaxy Season
Steam Trip to North Norfolk Railway 2018
Winter Open Clusters
Aurora: in search of the Northern Lights”
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Fremont Peak Observer
Fremont Peak Observatory Association
Revised Definition of a Planet
NEAF 2018
archive
The Top 5 Reasons why Solar Observing is Frustrating 
 Stewart’s Skybox 
 The NEXT GEN at SPERRY OBSERVATORY  
 The SUPERMOON and Beyond …
The Top 5 Reasons why Solar Observing is Frustrating
Stewart’s Skybox: The Passing of Another Great Amateur Astronomer
The NEXT GEN at SPERRY OBSERVATORY
The SUPERMOON and Beyond …
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Astronomy Club News

Glenn Wargo, Teacher in the Domatory
Glenn Wargo, Teacher in the Domatory
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Austin Under The Stars “AUTS“
Austin Under The Stars “AUTS“
archive
Outreach Report
Outreach Report
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From the Pros

NOAO Newsletter
National Optical Astronomy Observatory
The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument
archive
News and Outreach
W. M. Keck Observatory
Cosmic Space Invaders or Victims of Galactic Eviction?
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Cover Photo: Lunar eclipse January 31, 2018 with beehive cluster by Bryan Goff