Warren, Charlie
September 2009
Amateur Astronomy Magazine;Fall2009, Issue 63, p4
The article discusses events significant to amateur astronomy and reports on developments within the periodical as of September 2009. The author talks about his experiences in Australia where he attended the annual "Deepest South Texas Star Safari." He also apologizes to two of the periodical's contributors for mixing up their names and giving author credit to the wrong person. He reports that Galileoscope and Teeter Telescopes have joined the list of the periodical's advertisers.


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