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Magazine articles

Here’s a running tally of my magazine articles on astronomy.

Sky & Telescope observing features

  1. December, 2015, binocular tour of the Milky Way from Canis Major, Puppis, and Hydra (1st in a series)
  2. April, 2016, binocular tour of the Messier galaxies in Virgo
  3. December, 2016, an article relating the ‘lookback times’ of astronomical objects to events in Earth history
  4. March, 2017, binocular tour of the Milky Way through Monoceros and Gemini (2nd in a series)
  5. August, 2017, binocular double stars in Draco
  6. January, 2018, binocular tour of the Milky Way through Perseus and Auriga (3rd in a series)

Sky & Telescope Binocular Highlight columns

  1. June, 2016, NGC 6633 (open cluster in Ophiuchus)
  2. July, 2016, Alpha Vulpeculae (double star)
  3. August, 2016, NGC 7243 (open cluster in Lacerta)
  4. September, 2016, NGC 6934 (globular cluster in Delphinus)
  5. October, 2016, Cepheus rich field
  6. November, 2016, NGC 2281 (open cluster in Auriga)
  7. December, 2016, NGC 2403 (galaxy in Camelopardalis)
  8. January, 2017, NGC 2244 (open cluster in Monoceros)
  9. February, 2017, Stock 23 (open cluster in Camelopardalis)
  10. March, 2017, NGC 1528 (open cluster in Perseus)
  11. April, 2017, NGC 2683 (galaxy in Lynx)
  12. May, 2017, Jupiter
  13. June, 2017, Serpens Caput (asterism)
  14. July, 2017, NGC 6940 (open cluster in Vulpecula)
  15. August, 2017, Trumpler 37 (open cluster in Cepheus)
  16. September, 2017, NGC 7331 (galaxy in Pegasus)
  17. October, 2017, NGC 663 (open cluster in Cassiopeia)
  18. November, 2017, NGC 253 (galaxy in Sculptor)
  19. December, 2017, Collinder 463 (open cluster in Cassiopeia)
  20. January, 2018, Collinder 65 (open cluster in Taurus)

Other

  1. SkyWatch 2018, feature article on binocular observing

 

Updated November 30, 2017
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