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Observing Beneath the Shadows of Jupiter
By Paul Roy 8/4/2008

Springtime Observing with Celestron's C14
By Ralph Aguirre 3/19/2007
Breaking in the 2007 Observing Season with a Great Night of Deep Space Observing.

Pulling an “All-Nighter”: Inside a Messier Marathon
By Art Fritzson 4/8/2006
If you haven’t tried it or want to compare it with your own experience, here’s the blow by blow of what it was like for me to spend a night looking for 110 objects.

FFNs, LBBs, and LBMs
By Norman Sperling 12/22/2004
By Norm Sperling. Excerpted by permission from his book “What Your Astronomy Textbook Won’t Tell You” copyright (c) 2002

Double Star Observing
By Joe DalSanto 5/27/2004
Many amateur astronomers have never given double star observing a chance. Here are some good reasons to do so...

Why Observe From Home?
By Joe DalSanto 5/27/2004
Many amateurs restrict themselves to rare observing opportunities when they can get to a remote site. Here's how and why to increase your time under the stars...

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