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New Chance To Confirm Asteroid Lucina's Moon

Late Wednesday night, September 19–20, 2007, observers across much of North America should watch for a possible occultation by asteroid 146 Lucina's satellite.

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Help Prepare for Hubble Study of PQ And

Amateur observations of variable star PQ Andromedae are needed on September 11-12, 2007, to ensure a successful Hubble campaign.

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Surprise Outburst of a New Dwarf Nova

A suspected dwarf nova is undergoing its first observed outburst and had reached 9th magnitude as of September 5, 2007. More observations are needed.

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Map the Moon During Tomorrow's Lunar Eclipse

Please help us accurately map the edge of the Moon by timing occultations of stars during the August 28, 2007, total lunar eclipse.

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Opportunity to Confirm an Asteroid's Moon

On Tuesday morning, August 21, 2007, observers across much of North America should watch for a possible occultation by asteroid 146 Lucina's satellite.

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"New Star" in Vulpecula

On August 8, 2007, variable-star observer Hiroshi Abe discovered a 9th-magnitude nova in Vulpecula. The AAVSO seeks your observations.

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Spectacular Occultation and Graze of Regulus

The year's best grazing occultation in North America occurs on June 19-20, 2007, when the waxing crescent Moon covers Regulus (Alpha Leonis).

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Occultations by Possible Rings of Pluto

Photometric recordings of Pluto passing near stars, as on the night of May 11-12, 2007, could reveal if it has a ring system.

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Outburst of the Eta Aquarids?

A very old dust trail from Halley's Comet could enhance this meteor shower on May 6, 2007.

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A Bright Naked-Eye Asteroid Occultation

On Tuesday evening, April 17, 2007, observers in Georgia and Florida will get a chance to watch asteroid 411 Xanthe cover the 4.2-magnitude star Iota Cancri.

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Call for Observations of X-ray Binaries and CVs

From late April through mid-May 2007, professionals are seeking amateur observations of four X-ray binaries and a cataclysmic variable star.

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New Manual for Occultation Observers

The International Occultation Timing Association (IOTA) announced on April 3, 2007, the release of a free e-book, Chasing the Shadow: The IOTA Occultation Observer's Manual.

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New Disturbance in Jupiter's North Temperate Belt

On March 29, 2007, two new white spots appeared on Jupiter. Keep watch as they develop over the coming weeks.

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New Comet in Indus

After a two-year search, on March 15, 2007, Australian amateur Terry Lovejoy found his first comet.

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Update on March 18th's Occultation of a Star by Pluto

The countdown has begun for this important occultation of a 15th-magnitude star by Pluto, due to occur on Sunday morning, March 18, 2007.

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Best Pluto Occultation Ever Predicted for North America on March 18th

The best occultation of a star by Pluto ever predicted for North America will occur between 10:40 and 11:00 Universal Time on Sunday morning, March 18, 2007.

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Grazing Occultation of Bright Star During Tonight's Lunar Eclipse

Observers watching the eclipsed Moon with binoculars in northeastern North America on March 3, 2007, wiill see a 5th-magnitude star wink out.

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