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  2. Aperture and field of view
  3. Best DROID Astro APP's
  4. Found this great site...
  5. Trio Venus-Mars-Saturn
  6. Seeing Red (Red Giant That Is)
  7. Io eclipsed by Jupiter tonight
  8. once a blue moon
  9. Stupid me! (Mars and Saturn)
  10. Judging star magnitude from star charts
  11. Another belt on Jupiter?
  12. Perseids Aug 12th
  13. Ideas for tonights targets
  14. Your ideal observatory location is...
  15. What should I be able to see with 72mm APO refractor in dark skies?
  16. What are your ambitions this Autumn/Winter?
  17. Naked eye Andromeda
  18. As bright as Venus
  19. How do i determine the skyzone i'm in?
  20. Learning the Constellations . . . and More
  21. Messier and NGC Objects Map
  22. Meteor or Satellite?
  23. What could it be?
  24. Conjunction Venus-Regulus
  25. Trio Jupiter-Uranus-Hebe
  26. Dark skies rule.
  27. Andromeda Galaxy!
  28. First Light
  29. A bit of an Ufologist, too... :)
  30. Mars and Regulus, and field of view
  31. Limiting magnitude
  32. what is needed to view the sun?
  33. new to observing, going out tonight, what should i look for?
  34. Bright light at night
  35. Porrima in 5" reflector
  36. Was it a meteor or airplane?
  37. Help a noob out. September 14th 2009
  38. i'd kill for a sky like this!!
  39. Beautiful meteor, and some reflections!
  40. And about time, too!
  41. six days of rain and clouds ....
  42. Want to participate in an observation project?
  43. Learn from my mistake
  44. A fantastic opportunity! ......... missed!
  45. vy CM
  46. Do you find the double-double easy?
  47. Venus ..... twice!
  48. Best DSOs to View in the Northern Hemisphere this Summer?
  49. [Almost...] Finding M81
  50. 10-minute break in the cloud cover
  51. When the Moon is out ...
  52. DSO observation in light polluted skies
  53. A challenge met!
  54. Shuttle viewable from North America tommorow morning
  55. Trio Mars-Moon-Praesepe M44
  56. A worthless thing to do
  57. Occultation of the Pleiades 17 April
  58. Got a new 100mm Mak-Cass GOTO scope
  59. something "easy" to see on Mars
  60. Rewarding first look in Virgo
  61. Red-Blue Shift visible through scope?
  62. Moon and Mercury on the 15th
  63. Finally, A good night
  64. Visibility
  65. The strangest sky cover
  66. FREE Star Charts
  67. Alcor actually a binary
  68. How many of you can see the Milky Way at night?
  69. Multiple events of the satellites of Jupiter 31 March
  70. The satellite that done a U-turn - very weird
  71. Seeing stars when flying in a plane at night?
  72. Help!?
  73. saw something weird
  74. Saturn at its brightest for this year
  75. Equinox 2010
  76. Occultation of the Pleiades 21 March
  77. What did I just see ....
  78. Why stars broke
  79. Favorite star to look at?
  80. Conjunctions between planets
  81. Astronomy Forum down?!
  82. 400 Years of the Telescope
  83. Day moon!
  84. Vesta to be visible to the naked eye on Feb 17th
  85. An hour of bliss!
  86. Oh Goodie!..(An Observation Report in real time.)
  87. Gravity question
  88. Strange sightings in the night sky!!
  89. Oppositions of Mars: evolution
  90. Light pollution - wide angle vs. not
  91. Strange Flashing on Sirius
  92. A Three-For-One this Fri Evening
  93. Looking for a Globular Cluster
  94. There ain't no cure for the winter time blues!
  95. Finally NE Ohio has a break in the weather!
  96. Mystery object to whizz by Earth Wednesday
  97. Asteroid 2010 AL30 at only 0.0009 A.U. from the Earth
  98. Awe when seeing stars without light pollution
  99. Complete Struve Catalog, Double Star Abbreviations, and other Double Star Info
  100. Winter=Worst time to look up?
  101. Web Page Find of current astro events
  102. Partial lunar eclipse on December 31
  103. Trio Jupiter-Neptune-Moon 21 December
  104. Simple Question- What is your favorite constellation?
  105. Clouds Ruin Geminids 4 you?
  106. Is this Ursa Major (Great Bear)?
  107. How has amateur astronomy changed?
  108. What is this??
  109. Ever caught a satellite in your scope?
  110. Nova in Eridanus
  111. Check Out the Light Pollution in Your Area
  112. Cen ob1
  113. @ Pierre
  114. Thanksgiving Dinner ISS Transit!
  115. @ Eric
  116. I finally got it!
  117. Trio Jupiter, Neptune, Moon 23-24 November
  118. Ngc 1821, ngc 1832 ngc 1794??
  119. Occultation of a shadow on Jupiter
  120. Why Astronomy?
  121. How to Find M31
  122. Observing in high or low???
  123. Can you help me Monitor Delta Cephei please?
  124. The Crab Nebula
  125. Asteroid near the Earth
  126. Viewing Andromeda
  127. The Moon is harsh
  128. Mars and the Moon in the Praesepe 8-9 November
  129. How do you 'plan' your nightly observation?
  130. Occultation of the Pleiades 4 November
  131. M1 through 10"
  132. Legally blind amateur astrononmer
  133. Setting up the equipment tonight
  134. What's the dimmest star you can see?
  135. What is there to see on the Northern Hemisphere?
  136. Occultation of Antares
  137. In the early 1990s flashes of light lit up night sky like it was daytime
  138. Soliciting Target Ideas for Sat Night Cub Scout Campout
  139. Guide to making your own Planisphere!
  140. How cool is this..?
  141. Confirmation that the NWS forecasts are bogus
  142. Best observing session ever - for me at least :)
  143. Going to a Bortle Blue Zone Tonight
  144. Occultation of the Pleiades 7 October
  145. A Plan For Sat' Night ?
  146. The curse!
  147. Wow. The cold is here.
  148. Finding Galaxies
  149. 15 Inch Reflector Study: Double Stars in Cygnus
  150. Color changing stars
  151. 3 Blue Flashes of Light over Huntington Beach, CA
  152. Another clear night in New England
  153. Asiatic occultation of Antares 24 September
  154. Opposition of (3) Juno
  155. Why Aren't There Any Green Stars in the Universe?
  156. Odd Object in the Afternoon Sky
  157. Fickle, unpredictable New England weather
  158. Mobile to Mobile Texting
  159. Has any body caught M51 lately?
  160. Stargazing in New Hampshire tonight
  161. Triple conjunctions between Jupiter's satellites
  162. Clear Skies again in New England
  163. Occultation of the Pleiades 10 September
  164. Clear tonight in New England
  165. Frustrating weather patterns
  166. Jupiter without satellites
  167. Trio Jupiter-Neptune-Moon 2 september
  168. I just saw something! (But what is it?)
  169. Clear Skies toninght, finally
  170. Sirius
  171. Star chart needed for a trip to Egypt first week of September.
  172. Where do I look to find Orion.
  173. Maps
  174. Unplanned night delight
  175. Occultation of Antares 27 August
  176. new scope
  177. Ring Nebula ....M57
  178. Swan nebula
  179. Furthest Reaches
  180. Proper Motion
  181. Spanish lunar occultation of asteroid Vesta
  182. Occultation of the Pleiades August 14
  183. meteor shower?
  184. Quadruple phenomena of Jupiter's moons
  185. Solar eclipses per country
  186. Andromeda Galaxy
  187. How do I find the Andromeda Galaxy M31
  188. Eclipse of Epsilon Aurigae begins on August 6th
  189. Trio Jupiter-Neptune-Moon 06 August
  190. Visibility of the cometary impact on Jupiter
  191. Lunar penumbral eclipse 5-6 August 2009
  192. Jupiter will occult the star HIP 107302
  193. Red and white star---
  194. Daytime viewing: which objects can you see in full daylight ?
  195. Occultation of Antares, 31 July 2009
  196. Looking for clock download
  197. Hong Kong Solar Eclipse 2009
  198. Interesting conjunctions
  199. Solar eclipse 22 July
  200. Occultation of the Pleiades 18 July
  201. super nova
  202. the sun
  203. interesting article
  204. Abbreviations and Constellation DSO short list--Excellent Website
  205. Compare Your Observing Notes--Excellent Website
  206. here is one for ya
  207. space station
  208. Trio Jupiter-Neptune-Moon 10 July
  209. Penumbral Partial Lunar Eclipse of July 07
  210. first time here.. Perseids this year
  211. Occultation of Antares 4 July
  212. moon crater mame?
  213. Whats up with the big dipper
  214. Occultation of the Pleiades 20 June
  215. what planet was I looking at?
  216. Binocular Report, Nights Two and Three
  217. Binocular Report, Night One
  218. Trio Jupiter-Neptune-Moon 13 June
  219. Soliciting Ideas for Bino Targets for Upcoming Trip
  220. Can u see the milkyway???
  221. Occultation of Antares
  222. Things I'd Like to See
  223. Video: Dance of the stars
  224. A Teeny Tiny Triangle in Corvus: Struve 1604
  225. Useful Websites for Comet Hunters
  226. a new blog
  227. Help finding the Sombrero Galaxy (M104)
  228. Comet 22P/Kopff is coming into view
  229. Free downloadable observing charts
  230. Trio Jupiter-Neptune-Moon 17 May
  231. Double phenomena on Jupiter
  232. One more planet under my belt.
  233. Occultations of planets by the eclipsed Sun
  234. Seeing stars more in bad seeing?
  235. Moon, Mars, Mercury & Venus.
  236. Trio Jupiter-Neptune-Moon 19 April
  237. aurora borealis
  238. I have the bug......Badly!
  239. Blueish Green flash in the sky
  240. S&T AstroAlert: New Circumpolar Comet: Yi-SWAN
  241. Jewel box
  242. Exploring the Bear ... May Astronomy Issue
  243. GalaxyZoo reaches 1,000,000 well ahead of time
  244. Another asteroid close miss tonight
  245. hight tension wires
  246. US Light Pollution Overlay Map for Google Earth
  247. How far south is the southern cross?
  248. Light Pollution Filter
  249. Suggestion: Astronomy Forum Observing List
  250. First night observing?