#24L – The Art of Astronomy Data – Comet Olbers in the Evening – Planet Events Worth Seeing, Teaching – Watch Spica Disappear! – Seasons, Earth Motions, Planet Effects.

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — AstroVizicist Art
  • Welcome to Issue 24L!
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Watch the Moon Cover Bright Star Spica Easily
    * Observing—Plan-et
     – 
    – Mars Challenge—Compare Brightness and Color With Two Nearby Red Stars
    – Mars Catching Up to Jupiter—and Two Moons Cast Shadows on the Giant Planet
    – Comet Olbers in the Evening Sky
    * Border Crossings – No Crossings
  • This Just In
    * AAS: The Astronomical Art of Robert Hurt, AstroVizicist

#24K Xtra – AAS Reports: Solar Eclipse Affects, on Earth, Brains, Its Own Atmosphere – Sun’s A Variable but Does That Affect Climate? [PAID]

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — Like Sunglasses, Solar Polarizations
  • Welcome to Issue 24K Xtra!
  • AAS Reports –
    – 
    Interesting Eclipse Results from Citizen ScientistsBallooning for Science
    – Viewing a Polarized Sun for Hours (Cover Story)
    – This is Your Brain on Eclipses
    – Solar Irradiance Varies With Several Cycles, and They Don’t Cause Climate Change

#24K – Star Clusters Clear the Way for the Sun – Runaway in the Neighborhood – Space Balls Live – Solstice and More – & Mercury and Saturn in View, or Not

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — The Cluster That Births Clusters
  • Welcome to Issue 24K!
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Moon Sails Over Saturn, If You Are Lucky
    * Observing—Plan-et
     – 
    – Saturn and Mercury Enter the Evening Sky; Find Mercury Lined Up With Twins.
    * Border Crossings – Proof Astrology and Astronomy Aren’t Twins….
  • Astronomy in Everyday Life – Space Balls Lives!
  • This Just In* AAS: Why Is There No Dust in the Sun’s Way? (Cover Story)* AAS: Runaway Dwarf in our Neighborhood

#24J – Two Planets Super Close – A Deep Look at the NEP – Astronomy Games

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — Peering Into The Dragon
  • Welcome to Issue 24J!
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Moon Size, Path, Appearance Challenges
    * Observing—Plan-et
     – 
    – What Planetary Parade?
    – Jupiter and Mercury Pass in Opposite Directions—-REALLY CLOSELY
    * Border Crossings – The Sun is Bullish—Not the Fortune Tellers
  • This Just In* Peering Into the Dragon—What’s in View at the North Ecliptic Pole, Close and Far?
  • Subscription Note

    For Paid Subscribers Only—-
  • Towards Cosmic Awareness – Career and Content Astronomy Games

#24I – Spock’s World? – An Airy Nearby Exoplanet – Dawn Photo-op – & 1 More Story

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — Spock’s World—Not Yet….
  • Welcome to Issue 24I!
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Photo-Op at Month’s End
    * Observing—Plan-et
     –  Two Pre-dawn Worlds Only
    * Border Crossings – Five Days for Taurans
  • This Just In* An Exoplanet with Air
    * Rings!
    * Hiding Spock’s World (Cover Story)
  • Subscription Note (and NAM announcement for European and British subscribers)

#24H – Astronomical Poetry for Littles – Planetary Gastronomy – Eta Aquarids – Sky Calendar and Events

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — Mary Had a Curious Mind
  • Welcome to Issue 24H!
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Morning Moons Are The Best, Joining Planets
    * Observing—Plan-et
     –  Use the Moon for Mercury
    * Border Crossings – A Couple Days to Be Bullish
  • Towards Cosmic Awareness – Re-imagining Nursery Rhymes
  • Astronomy in Everyday Life – Planetary Gastronomy

#24G – The Eclipse from North and South – Dawn is Where the Worlds Are & 2 More Stories

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — The Great American Eclipse
  • Welcome to Issue 24G!
  • A 2 PM Twilight – Early Reporting on the Eclipse Outside and Inside the Shadow
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Waxing and Waning Gibbous Sites
    * Observing—Plan-et
     – Mars points to Saturn, Mercury and Neptune; Evening Sky Gain’s One Planet, Loses One Planet.
    * Border Crossings – Close but No (Crescent) Cigar
  • Towards Cosmic Awareness – T Coronae Borealis

#24F – Educational Eclipsing and Livestreams – Earth and Corona Forecasts – Can You Tell Mars From Saturn? – & 2 More Stories

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — An Advance Peak at the Sun’s Corona
  • Welcome to Issue 24F!
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Perigee gives us more phases, and a long totality if you are lucky…
    * Observing—Plan-et
     – Planets are all sinking into twilight, but Mars and Saturn—close in brightness and separation; Solar Corona Prediction (Cover Story)
    * Border Crossings – None. Zip. Nada. And we disagree….Comet Pons-Brooks – Two evening (and one eclipse) chances to find it.
  • Towards Cosmic Awareness (our new public astronomy education column) – Four educational projects you can do with an eclipse; Eclipse Live Stream links.
  • Astronomy in Everyday Life – How Southerners Deal With Solar Eclipses….

#24E – Mars Influences the Earth (Not Astrologically!) [A TGT InDepth Story] – A Night for Seeing a Comet – & 4 More Stories

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — Three Objects That Affect Earth—Moon, Mars, Venus
  • Welcome to Issue 24E!
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    A Penumbral Eclipse
    * Observing—Plan-et
     – Mercury has its Moment; Comet in the Evening Twilight
    * Border Crossings – Five Days of Fishiness
    For the Future – Solar Eclipse Information, TCA and AAS
  • Deeper Looks
    – 
    Mars Affects Earth’s Weather and Oceans…and That’s Not News (Cover Story)
  • Astronomy in Everyday Life – In honor of the Lunar Eclipse this month….

#24D – Sun Watching After April 8th – ‘Earthly Objects’ in the Night Sky – & 10 More Stories [w/Paid]

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — Using Eclipse Viewers Outside of Eclipses
  • Welcome to Issue 24D!
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Morning and evening Crescents pass planets
    * Observing—Plan-et
     – Mercury emerges into a great evening apparition
    * Border Crossings – The (Nine Days) Age of Aquarius
  • For the Future –
    – Planetary occultations
    – Comet Pons-Brooke
    – March 25th Penumbral Lunar Eclipse
    – Information on the Total Solar Eclipse April 8th
  • Astronomy in Everyday Life – What If We Use Earthly Objects for the Night Sky?
  • Deeper Looks
    – What Can You Do With Solar Viewers After April 8th?
    The items below are available only to Paid Subscribers:
    – Eye Spy on the Sun – An experiment on naked-eyesunspot watching (Cover Story)
    – Solar Disk-o 
    – Watching the Sun’s surface or Eclipses without a viewer or telescope
    – Shadow Travels
     – Where will the next solar eclipses be viewed before 2045?