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The Spectrogram is the monthly newsletter for S*T*A*R Astronomy. It is published around the beginning of the month, September through June.

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In This Issue:

  • June's Meeting
  • 2010 Calendar
  • May Meeting Minutes
  • STAR Membership
  • Hubble Finds a Star Eating planet
  • Phoenix Mars Lander is Silent
  • In The Eyepiece
  • Celestial Events

 

In This Issue:

  • May's Meeting
  • 2010 Calendar
  • April Minutes
  • S*T*A*R Membership
  • Hubble Celebrates 20 Years
  • Planck Sees a Cold and Stormy Orion
  • Cassini and Amateurs Chase Storm on Saturn
  • This Planet Tastes Funny
  • In The Eyepiece
  • Celestial Events

In This Issue:

  • April’s Meeting
  • 2010 Calendar
  • President’s Corner
  • S*T*A*R Membership
  • March Meeting Minutes
  • Solar Conveyor Belt
  • Saturnian Roller Derby
  • Cassini Discovers Potential Liquid Water on Enceladus
  • Mars Rover Getting Smarter as it Gets Older
  • Deadly Planets
  • In The Eyepiece
  • Celestial Events

 

Inside this Issue

  • March’s Meeting
  • 2010 Calendar
  • February Meeting Pix
  • S*T*A*R Membership
  • Flipping the Lights on Cosmic Darkness
  • Messier Objects
  • Chandra Reveals Cosmic Explosions
  • How Black Holes May Shape Galaxies
  • WISE Spies a Comet
  • In The Eyepiece
  • Celestial Events

Inside this Issue

  • February’s Meeting
  • 2010 Calendar
  • January Minutes
  • S*T*A*R Membership
  • Building a Case Against Ozone
  • Suspected Asteroid Coillision
  • Streaming Video from ISS
  • Prometheus, Over Easy
  • Spaceship Mockup
  • NASA Names Lander
  • In The Eyepiece
  • February Celestial Events
  • Lunar Phases

Inside this Issue

  • January’s Meeting
  • 2010 Calendar
  • December Minutes
  • President's Corner
  • S*T*A*R Membership
  • Sunglasses for a Solar Observatory
  • In The Eyepiece
  • Guides & Calendars
  • January Celestial Events

Inside this Issue

  • December’s Meeting
  • 2009-2010 Calendar
  • November Minutes
  • S*T*A*R Membership
  • A Cosmic Crash
  • Saturn's Northern Lights
  • In The Eyepiece
  • Guides & Calendars
  • Nov. Celestial Events

Inside this Issue

  • November’s Meeting
  • 2008-2009 Calendar
  • President’s Corner
  • October Meeting Minutes
  • The Chemical Weather Report
  • Nearby Solar System Looks Like Our Own at Time Life Formed
  • S*T*A*R Membership
  • Celestial Events
  • In the Eyepiece
  • Moon Phases
  • Jupiter Moons Calendar
  • Saturn Moons Calendar
  • Astro Crossword Puzzle

In this issue:

  • November’s Meeting
  • 2009-2010 Calendar
  • October Minutes
  • S*T*A*R Membership
  • Saturn’s Largest Ring
  • Fermi Caps First Year
  • STS-129 To Stock ISS
  • In The Eyepiece
  • Moon Phases
  • Jupiter Moons Calendar
  • Great Red Spot Transits
  • Nov. 09 Celestial Events
  • October’s Meeting
  • 2009-2010 Calendar
  • Outreach and You
  • September Minutes
  • Spitzer, the Sequel
  • Searching The Astro Net - Archaeoastronomy
  • Group Purchase Offer
  • In the Eyepiece
  • Celestial Events
  • Moon Phases
  • Jovian Moons Calendar
  • Great Red Spot Transits

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