Vol. 38 No. 4
Annual Meeting: Report to the Membership, James G. Manning
Here is a capsule summary of the Executive Director’s report to the members, outlining some of the numerous programs undertaken by your Society during the previous 12 months.
Astrophysics: An Oxymoron No More, Bruce Partridge
Laboratory astrophysics, the branch of astronomy that attempts to replicate astronomical processes in the laboratory, has taken a new path.
Years of Astronomical Discovery, Lynne Hillenbrand
From Galileo to today, and on into the foreseeable future, it’s clear that advancement in astronomy is driven by the interaction between technology, observation, and interpretation.
in the News
Another meteorite found on Mars, a new ring for Saturn, and a celestial Rosetta stone — these are some of the discoveries that have recently made news in the astronomical community.
Editorial, Paul Deans
How Do You Read Your Mercury?
Word, James G. Manning
Following Your "Bliss" in the IYA
Notebook, Jennifer Birriel
The Long-term Solar Forecast
Perspectives, Daniel D. Durda
Going With the Flow
of the Past, Katherine Bracher
50 Years Ago: Classifying Galaxies
of Astronomy, Clifford J. Cunningham
Was Galileo Really First?
Matters, David Bruning
Learning Styles in Astro 101
Impact, Bruce Partridge
Tweaking the ASP's Board
Scope/ASP New Members
Meet Your New Board Members
Sights, Paul Deans
The Sky of November, December, and January
A White House Star Party