- eye & i. Schaaf, Fred // Sky & Telescope;Aug2005, Vol. 110 Issue 2, p67
Presents an article on the astronomical observations during the month of August in southern New Jersey. Characteristics of the fogbow sighted in 1978; Information on the inferior-mirage sunset; Description of the sighted meteors.
- SHOOTING AT THE CENTAUR. // Amateur Astronomy Magazine;Winter2009, Issue 64, p15
The article provides insight on the constellation Sagittarius which rises in the eastern sky after sunset. It describes the location of the Sagittarius which is below the constellation of Scorpius. The positions of the sun in Sagitarrius is discussed. The stars of Sagittarius are described,...
- METEORS AND MOONS. Radcliffe, Martin; Ling, Alister // Astronomy;Oct2004, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p62
The article presents observations regarding meteors and moons for October 2004. The Orionid meteor shower peaks this year on the night of October 20/21. This coincides with the First Quarter Moon, which sets shortly before midnight. That means as the radiant climbs higher in the eastern sky...
- Marvelous night for a moondance. Ratcliffe, Martin; Ling, Alister // Astronomy;Jul2004, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p54
The summer Full Moon always rides low all night long, shining with a warm, pale-yellow hue. Although the bright planets and comets of this past spring have begun to bow out of the way, the overnight and early morning hours start to pick up the slack. For the Moon to appear full, it must lie...
- Sky notes 2006 October & November. Bone, Neil // Journal of the British Astronomical Association;Oct2006, Vol. 116 Issue 5, p282
The article offers developments in the study of the heavenly bodies by some expert astronomers. Mercury is a favorable Morning Star for those early risers during the second half of November 2006, it will rise by 1h40m ahead of sunrise while Venus is not placed well in the morning sky for...
- Winter viewing. Riddle, Bob // Science Scope;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p10
The article presents a guide to observing the evening sky during the months of November and December 2002. Conjunctions involving the planets Mercury and Venus are expected to occur and the planets Jupiter and Saturn will become more visible over the eastern horizon at sunset during the period....
- SUN AND MOON. // New Yorker;1/24/1970, Vol. 45 Issue 49, p78
An excerpt from an item in "The Times" concerning the schedule of sunrise and sunset is presented.
- Untitled. // Songs from the Golden Gate;1907, preceding p1
An untitled image of sunset is presented.
- Crisp Nights for Stargazing! Grice, Noreen // Odyssey;Jan2005, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p42
The article presents information on how to read planets position. The new year begins with Earth at its smallest distance from the sun on January, 2, 2005. The Northern Hemisphere is tilted away from the sun in the winter and toward the sun in the summer. This month's full moon occurs on January...