- A parade of planets to photograph! Grice, Noreen // Odyssey;Feb2000, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p38
Provides guidelines on moon and planet watching for the month of February 2000.
- The sky in February. // Natural History;Feb98, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p60
Presents astronomical data for February 1998. Visibility of several planets within the month; Schedule of new moon.
- The Sun, Moon, and Planets in April. Schaaf, Fred // Sky & Telescope;Apr2001, Vol. 101 Issue 4, p95
Provides information on the locations the sun, moon and planets in the month of April 2001. Schedule of the appearance of Jupiter; Recommendation regarding the telescopic view of Saturn; Phases of the moon. INSET: Light Pollution and Birds: Part 2.
- No brass ring for Jupiter. Nicholson, Thomas D. // Natural History;Nov87, Vol. 96 Issue 11, p92
Provides observations about the celestial events that are scheduled to take place as of November 1987. Brightness and location of the planet Jupiter; Aphelion of the earth; Appearance of the South taurid meteors; Visibility of the moon in the southwest sky; Conjunction of the moon and the...
- The Sun, Moon, and Planets in May. Schaaf, Fred // Sky & Telescope;May2001, Vol. 101 Issue 5, p95
Offers a guide in observing the sun, moon and planets in May 2001. Rising time of planet Venus; Spotting Saturn and Mercury; Date of the full moon for May 2001.
- Action at Jupiter. // Sky & Telescope;Feb2013, Vol. 125 Issue 2, p52
The article offers an astronomical guide on observing the movement of planet Jupiter using binoculars. It describes the appearance and motion of the Great Red Spot of Jupiter. A diagram, graph and charts show Jupiter's big satellites, the movement of the Great Red Spot from 1964 t0 2015 with...
- Venus-Moon conjunction. // Sky & Telescope;Aug94, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p106
Reports on the conjunction of the Moon and Venus on April 12, 1994. Observation by Oklahoma amateur astronomers Phillip and Lynda Jones.
- Starry wonders south and north. Schaaf, Fred // Sky & Telescope;Aug95, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p68
Features information about the location of the stars, moon and planets in August 1995. Constellation Sagittarius Teapot; Back half or tail of Draco; Lunar, solar and planetary movements. INSET: Light-pollution notes..
- The Sun, Moon, and Planets in September. Schaaf, Fred // Sky & Telescope;Sep99, Vol. 98 Issue 3, p103
Provides information on the location of the sun, the moon and the planets in the month of September 1999. Two planets that rise a half hour earlier each week in September; Planet that is the dominant light low in the southwest; How to find the planet Pluto during the month of September. INSET:...