The lead article continues the last issue’s “travelogue,” with Ryan Rapoza’s astronomy experiences south of the Equator (Australia, New Zealand, & Fiji). Tom Watson offers a piece on “prehistoric astronomy” and the first of a series of product reviews. Jerry Hubbell contributed the content for a new “Op Ed” feature. His subject is advice and opinions on how beginners should start observing the sky, with an emphasis on “starting simple” to more easily learn the sky. Click the “newspaper” icon to the right.
Be sure to check out the YouTube recorded live video (3 hours +!) of the lunar surface with a C-11 camera. The video has a wealth of detail and shows just how good the seeing was this past Saturday night … Continue reading
This issue is a bit of a “travelogue,” with articles by Jerry Hubbell and Ron Henke. Jerry describes all the places he’s traveled in last few months to star parties out West, as well as a vacation visit to Arizona to see, among other things, Meteor Crater. Ron talks about his Arizona astronomy club’s facilities, including a VERY dark site. There are also articles on the “music of the stars,” Moon features, and a review of Einstein’s Telescope.