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Outer Space Index

Alaskan has close encounter with comet Hartley 2; Ned Rozell. #2037; 11/9/10

Moon dogs and light pillars enliven winter; Ned Rozell. #1823; 10/04/06

The mystery of the missing $40,000 doorstop; Ned Rozell. #1819; 09/06/06

After space junk goes up, it must come down; Ned Rozell. #1805; 05/31/06

Alaska's Deep Impact on the North Slope: Ned Rozell. #1771; 10/06/05

Northern Crater Shows Prehistoric Deep Impact: Ned Rozell. #1692; 04/01/04.

After Space Junk Goes Up, It Must Come Down: Ned Rozell. #1588; 04/04/02.

Northern Crater Shows Preshistoric Deep Impact: Ned Rozell. #1396; 07/07/98.

Exploring the Heavens with Laser Light: Ned Rozell. #1376; 02/17/98.

Brother, Can You Spare a Moon?: Ned Rozell. #1375; 02/10/98.

Alaska's Being Followed by a Moon Shadow: Ned Rozell. #1325; 02/20/97.

Basking in the Warmth of the Full Moon: Ned Rozell. #1324; 02/13/97.

Searching for the Star of Bethlehem: Ned Rozell. #1315; 12/12/96.

After Space Junk Goes Up, It Must Come Down: Ned Rozell. #1310; 11/07/96.

Earth Overshadowing Moon Makes Skywatchers See Red: Ned Rozell. #1302; 09/12/96.

Once in a Blue Moon: Ned Rozell. #1292; 07/03/96.

Comet Hyakutake a Once-In-Many-Lifetimes Event: Ned Rozell. #1277; 03/21/96.

Mulling the Mystery of the Moon: Ned Rozell. #1266; 12/21/95.

Summer Solstice: A Celebration of the Sun: Ned Rozell. #1239; 06/15/95.

Moonlighting in the Earthshine: Carla Helfferich. #1191; 07/06/94.

The Edge of an Eclipse for Alaska: Carla Helfferich. #1181; 04/28/94.

The Unsaintly Halo of the Sun: Carla Helfferich. #1177; 03/31/94.

New Look for the Home Galaxy: Carla Helfferich. #1113; 12/09/92.

The Deceptive Sky: Carla Helfferich. #1061; 12/12/91.

Health in Space: Carla Helfferich. #1052; 10/16/91.

Fixing a Far-out Flaw: Carla Helfferich. #1035; 06/19/91.

Partial Solar Eclipse for Alaska: Carla Helfferich. #985; 07/03/90.

The Pole Star Grows Up--Perhaps: Carla Helfferich. #980; 05/30/90.

Lessons from a Flyby: Carla Helfferich. #947; 10/11/89.

Visit to a Frozen Planet: Carla Helfferich. #938; 08/09/89.

There's Odd Ice Out There: Carla Helfferich. #901; 11/23/88.

Interruption in Telephone Service : Carla Helfferich. #898; 11/03/88.

Our Moonstruck Planet : Carla Helfferich. #894; 10/08/88.

The Best Eclipses in the Solar System: Sue Ann Bowling. #863; 03/07/88.

Blue Moons and Lavender Suns: Sue Ann Bowling. #861; 02/22/88.

Sunspots and Common Sense: Carla Helfferich. #834; 08/17/87.

The Earth's Changing Orbit : Sue Ann Bowling. #825; 06/15/87

The Exploding Guest Star of 1987: Glenn Shaw. #822; 05/25/87.

The Stuff of Which We Are Made: Daniel W. Swift. #814; 03/30/87.

Early UFO Skeptics: Larry Gedney. #805; 01/26/87.

The UFOs are Back: Larry Gedney. #803; 01/12/87.

The Harvest Moon: Glenn Shaw. #789; 10/06/86.

Solar Eclipse on October 3: Larry Gedney. #787; 09/22/86.

Cosmic Rays: Deadly Hazard or Boon to Science?: Larry Gedney. #781; 08/11/86.

Shock Waves in Space: Larry Gedney. #778; 07/21/86.

The Full Moons of Winter, 1986: Glenn Shaw. #758; 03/03/86.

Last Chance to see Halley's Comet: Larry Gedney. #746; 12/09/85.

Alaska Not Well Suited for Stargazing: Larry Gedney. #745; 12/02/85.

When the Days were Shorter: Larry Gedney. #742; 11/11/85.

Meteorite Impact Craters: Larry Gedney. #711; 4/11/85.

A Bogus Martian Mt. Rushmore: Larry Gedney. #710; 04/08/85.

The Return of Halley's Comet: Larry Gedney and John Olson. #705; 03/04/85.

The Christmas Star: Larry Gedney. #694; 12/17/84.

Satellites now Common Objects in Night Sky: Larry Gedney. #634; 11/07/83.

Halley's Comet: Larry Gedney. #630; 10/17/83.

The Earth is a Strong Radio Source even without Man's Tinkering: Lou C. Lee. #612; 06/23/83.

A Celestial Collision: Larry Gedney. #591; 02/10/83.

Total Lunar Eclipse had Twin in 1963: Larry Gedney. #580; 12/27/82.

The Harvest Moon: Larry Gedney and Glenn Shaw. #567; 09/17/82.

The Equinoxes: Glenn Shaw. #566; 09/17/82.

Clouds that Glow at Night: Larry Gedney. #556; 07/30/82.

The 1982 Planetary Fandango: Larry Gedney. #528; 02/15/82.

The Solar Wind: T. Neil Davis. #497B; 07/17/81.

Sunspots and Weather: T. Neil Davis. #425; 09/05/80.

Snowball in Siberia: T. Neil Davis. #400; 05/30/80.

Viewing Sunspots: Glenn Shaw. #376; 03/20/80.

Jupiter's Red Spot--the Auroral Connection: T. Neil Davis. #341; 09/06/79.

The Night Airglow: T. Neil Davis. #293; 03/09/79.

Venus: T. Neil Davis. #286; 02/09/79.

February 1979 Eclipse: T. Neil Davis. #277; 01/05/79.

Meteor Sounds: T. Neil Davis. #273; 11/22/78.

Halloween Fireball Meteor: T. Neil Davis. #272; 11/09/78.

Barium Releases from Orbit: T. Neil Davis. #269; 11/17/78.

Sun and Weather: Chuck Deehr and Henry Cole. #260; 09/22/78.

The 1929 Kuskokwim Meteor: T. Neil Davis. #231; 06/01/78.

Martian Permafrost: T. Neil Davis. #218; 02/22/78.

Seeing Satellites: T. Neil Davis. #206; 12/13/77.

The Missing Night: T. Neil Davis. #201; 12/12/77.

Alaskan Meteorites: T. Neil Davis. #191; 11/21/77.

Cold Meteorites: T. Neil Davis. #190; 10/10/77.

The Partial Lunar Eclipse: T. Neil Davis. #187; 09/28/77.

The Truth about Sputnik: T. Neil Davis. #186; 10/21/77.

Alaskan Eclipses: Chuck Deehr. #185; 09/20/77.

High Altitude Winds: Howard Bates. #156; 10/21/77.

Morning Star, Evening Star: Hans Neilsen and T. Neil Davis. #144; 02/16/77.

Sun-Earth Distance: T. Neil Davis. #142; 02/16/77.

Little Green Men: J. Holland. #103; 09/27/76.

Shortest Day--Shortest Night: T. Neil Davis. #66; 05/10/76.

Twilight Zone: T. Neil Davis. #61; 10/21/77.

Streakers in the Night: W. B. Murcray. #59; 05/22/76.

Why is the Sky Blue?: Glenn Shaw. #55; 04/06/76.

Crimson Sunsets: Glenn Shaw. #27; 03/26/76.