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An attractive astronomy wall calendar for 2015, specially for the southern hemisphere!
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Finally! Published in 2014 September by Firefly Books (Canada).(photo: Pearls of the Southern Skies cover)
On Tuesday evening the Moon occulted Saturn. Story and pics after the jump.(photo: Reappearance of Saturn, imaged by Richard Ford.)
All the best for 2014!(photo: :-))
On Monday, December 02, Australian amateur astronomer John Seach (Chatsworth Island, NSW) discovered a nova in Centaurus, not far from beta Centauri.(photo: Image by Auke Slotegraaf, Somerset West. 2013 Dec 20 04:27 SAST)
Find the slender lunar crescent as it returns to the night sky over the next few days.(photo: December 04)
On the N2 between Botrivier and Caledon lies an intruiging stop-over spot.(photo: Dassiesfontein. 2013 November.)
On the weekend of 2013 November 1 & 2, we took part in the Bonnievale Bonanza, a rural festival that attracted some 5,000 visitors, with an astronomy outreach stall, Sun-gazing during the day, and telescope viewing at night. Photos after the jump.(photo: StarPeople's astronomy outreach at the Bonnievale Bonanza 2013)
The best astronomical events in the southern skies for 2013.