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The Sky This Month - September 2010

Glowing Suns By The Million

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The Sky This Month - November 2010

Still A Good Comet


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The Sky This Month - December 2010

A Long Overdue Eclipse

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The Sky This Month - March 2011

Celestial Twins

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The Sky This Month - November 2013

Long-Awaited Comet ISON

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The Sky This Month - February 2015

Auriga

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The Sky This Month - August 2015

Gliding Along The Teapot’s Steam


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The Sky This Month - April 2017

A String of Galaxies

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The Sky This Month - July 2017

Groups of Stars


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The Sky This Month - May 2019

Eta Aquarid Meteors

The month of May month begins with the May 4 new moon and will provide dark sky conditions to enjoy the annual Eta Aquarid meteor shower. The entire shower takes place from April 19 to May 28 with the peak occurring on the morning of May 5. The parent comet 1P/Halley which also produces the Orionid meteor shower in October will produce about 40 meteors per hour and vapourize in the atmosphere at 67 km/sec.

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