January 2014 Issue – Sidereal Times

The January 2014 issue of Sidereal Times for the Austin Astronomical Society is now available for download.

January 2014 issue (1.25 MB)

Here’s what you’ll find inside this month’s issue:

Are you searching for an extended-forecast astronomy weather app?

  • James Hall wrote a review for Scope Nights that may be just what you’re looking for.
  • Brian Cuthbertson’s January Observing Targets article provides information on three objects to shoot for this month, how to locate them, and what you can expect to see. Plus, Erika Rix included observation reports and sketches for two of those targets.
  • Alan Carruth shares a section of Scientific American about the Great Solar Eclipse of 1869.
  • Kieran Mulvaney, NASA’s Space Place, writes about The Big Picture: GOES-R and the Advanced Baseline Imager.
  • The Texas Star Party registration is now open. Are you on the fence whether or not to go? Check out one attendee’s Week to Remember to see just how much fun it is.
  • Plus catch up on AAS club news and events!

Please contact me if you’re interested in joining the club or wish for more information! It’s a very active club and has a great outreach program.


~ by Erika Rix on January 6, 2014.

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