Literaturverzeichnis

Übersicht

Bücher und Atlanten

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bk1Atlas der schönsten Himmelsobjekte von Hans Vehrenberg; 4. Auflage von "Mein Messier-Buch", Nachdruck 1985; Treugesell-Verlag KG, Düsseldorf
bk2Atlas des Sonnensystems von Patrick Moore, Garry Hunt, Iain Nicholson und Peter Cattermole; Royal Astronomical Society; Herder Freiburg, Basel, Wien; ISBN 3-451-19613-1
bk3Bildatlas des Weltraums von Antonin Rükl, Verlag Werner Dausien, ISBN 3-7684-2808-7
bk4Burnham's Celestial Handbook: An Observer's Guide to the Universe Beyond the Solar System by Robert Burnham; Dover Publications, Inc.; Voume I: ISBN 0-486-23567-X; Volume II: ISBN 0-486-23568-8; Volume III: ISBN 0-486-23673-0
bk5Cambridge Star Atlas 2000.0 by Wil Tirion; Cambridge University Press; ISBN 0-521-26322-0
bk6Das neue Lexikon; Band 1-10; Weltbild Verlag; © Bibliographisches Institut, Mannheim 1984
bk7Der grosse Kosmos-Himmelsführer von Ian Ridpath und Wil Tirion; Kosmos Verlag; ISBN 3-440-05787-9
bk8Der Sternenhimmel: Begleiter zum Jahrbuch von Ernst Hügli, Hans Roth und Karl Städeli; Salle + Sauerländer, ISBN 3-7941-2841-9 (Sauerländer), ISBN 3-7935-5024-9 (Salle)
bk9Drehbare Sternkarte SIRIUS von H. Suter-Haug; Hallwag-Verlag, Bern
bk10dtv-Atlas zur Astronomie von Joachim Herrmann; Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag; ISBN 3-423-03006-2
bk11Eine kurze Geschichte der Zeit von Stephen W. Hawking; Lizenzausgabe für den Buchclub Ex Libris Zürich 1990; Copyright © 1988 by Rowohlt Verlag GmbH, Reinbeck bei Hamburg
bk12Fernrohre und ihre Meister von Rolf Riekher; Verlag Technik GmbH Berlin; ISBN 3-341-00791-1
bk13Geheimnisse des Unbekannten: Die Astrologie; Time-Life Bücher, Amsterdam; ISBN 90-6182-99-2
bk14Gekrümmter Raum und verbogene Zeit: Einsteins Vermächtnis von Kip S. Thorne; Droemersche Verlagsanstalt, Th. Knaur Nachf., München 1994; ISBN 3-426-26718-7
bk15Hartung's Astronomical Objects for Southern Telescopes by David Malin and David J. Frew; Melbourne University Press 1995; ISBN 0-522-84553-3
bk16Meteorite: Urmaterie aus dem interplanetaren Raum von Rolf W. Bühler, © 1988 Birkhäuser Verlag Basel; Lizenzausgabe für den Buchclub Ex Libris Zürich 1989
bk17Planetary Nebulae: A Practical Guide and Handbook for Amateur Astronomers by Steven J. Hynes; 1991, Willmann-Bell, Inc., Richmond Virginia; ISBN 0-943396-30-1
bk18Sky Atlas 2000.0 by Wil Tirion; Cambridge University Press; ISBN 0-521-24467-6
bk19Reise durch das Universum: Sterne; Time-Life Bücher, Amsterdam; ISBN 90-6182-369-2
bk20Sternbilder und ihre Mythen von Gerhard Fasching; Zweite, verbesserte Auflage; Springer Verlag Wien, New York; ISBN 3-211-82552-5 (Wien); ISBN 0-387-82552-5 (New York)
bk21Taschenatlas der Sternbilder von Josef Klepesta und Antonin Rükl; Verlag Werner Dausien; ISBN 3-7684-2384-0
bk22The Deep Sky Field Guide to Uranometria 2000.0 by Murray Cragin, James Lucik and Barry Rappaport; Willmann-Bell, Inc.; ISBN 0-943396-38-7
bk23Uranometria 2000.0, Volume I by Wil Tirion, Barry Rappaport and George Lovi; Willmann-Bell, Inc.; ISBN 0-943396-14-X
bk24Uranometria 2000.0, Volume II by Wil Tirion, Barry Rappaport and George Lovi; Willmann-Bell, Inc.; ISBN 0-943396-15-8
bk25Das Taschenbuch vom Sternenhimmel von Peter von Eynern; Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, München, 1972
bk26Visual Astronomy of the Deep Sky by Roger N. Clark; Cambridge University Press
bk27Der Komet von Carl Sagan und Ann Druyan; Buchclub Ex Libris Zürich
bk28Signale von anderen Welten von Prof. Frank Drake und Dava Sobel; Bechtermünz Verlag; ISBN 3-86047-769-2

Astronomy Magazine

ICD 08070; Kalmbach Publishing Co.; 21027 Crossroads Circle; P.O. Box 1612; Waukesha, WI 53187; USA; http://www.kalmbach.com/astro/astronomy.html

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ay1Eye On The Sky: Canes Venatici by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 4/92, p.52
ay2A Black Hole For M32; Astronomy 7/92, p.18
ay3Eye On The Sky: Sagittarius by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 7/92, p.52
ay4Exploring The Wonders Of Scutum by Robert Garfinkle; Astronomy 7/92, p.67
ay5New Results From Hubble; Astronomy 8/92, p.16
ay6Eye On The Sky: Cygnus by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 8/92, p.48
ay7Observing Bright Planetary Nebulae In Sagittarius by Richard W. Jakiel; Astronomy 8/92, p.69
ay8Black Hole Found In The Whirlpool; Astronomy 9/92, p.18
ay9The Huntsman Nebula by David Allen and Vikki Meadows; Astronomy 9/92, p.38
ay10Hunting Down The Helix by Phil Harrington; Astronomy 9/92, p.67
ay11Eye On The Sky: Delphinus, Equuleus by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 10/92, p.48
ay12New Evidence For Dark Matter; Astronomy 12/92, p.28
ay13Astronomers Observed The Center Of M3; Astronomy 1/93, p.24
ay14Bubbles In The Sky by Dave Van Buren; Astronomy 1/93, p.47
ay15Eye On The Sky: Orion by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 1/93, p.52
ay16The Wonderful World Of Galaxies by David J. Eicher; Astronomy 1/93, p.60
ay17Eye On The Sky: Cancer by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 2/93, p.52
ay18Winter's Nebulae And Star Clusters by David J. Eichner; Astronomy 2/93, p.78
ay19Hubble Views Possible Black Hole; Astronomy 3/93, p.18
ay20Night Of The Deep-Sky Observer by Jerry Spevak; Astronomy 3/93, p.62
ay21Hubble Discovers Protoplanetary Disks In Orion Nebula; Astronomy 4/93, p.18
ay22Eye On The Sky: Bootes by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 4/93, p.48
ay23Exploring The Virgo Cluster by Robert Garfinkle; Astronomy 4/93, p.56
ay24Astro News; Astronomy 5/93, p.22
ay25Eye On The Sky: Libra by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 5/93, p.48
ay26Beautiful Bootes by Alister Ling; Astronomy 5/93, p.56
ay27A Peculiar Twist by Thomas Steiman-Cameron; Astronomy 6/93, p.36
ay28Eye On The Sky: Scorpius by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 6/93, p.48
ay29Eye On The Sky: Aquila by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 7/93, p.48
ay30Eye On The Sky: Aquarius by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 8/93, p.56
ay31Deep-Sky Summer: The Milky Way by David J. Eichner; Astronomy 8/93, p.70
ay32Kaboom! Supernova In M81 by David J. Eichner; Astronomy 8/93, p.92
ay33Can A Spiral Become An Elliptical?; Astronomy 9/93, p.18
ay34Eye On The Sky: Piscis Austrinus by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 9/93, p.48
ay35Eye On The Sky: Pleiades by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 10/93, p.48
ay36Cool Sharp Nights by Alister Ling; Astronomy 10/93, p.70
ay37Andromeda Galaxy Has A Double Nucleus; Astronomy 11/93, p.20
ay38Eyeing The Local Group by John Mood; Astronomy 11/93, p.94
ay39X-Ray Burster Comes To Light; Astronomy 12/93, p.24
ay40Orion's Showpiece Nebula by David J. Eichner; Astronomy 12/93, p.74
ay41Seeing Inside M51; Astronomy 1/94, p.18
ay42The Starry Sky: Orion by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 1/94, p.55
ay43Explore The Galaxies Of Cancer by David Higgins; Astronomy 1/94, p.92
ay44The Many Faces Of Planetary Nebulae by David Bruning; Astronomy 1/94, p.94
ay45Our New! Improved! Cluster Of Galaxies by Paul Hodge; Astronomy 2/94, p.26
ay46Cosmic Chameleon: The Supernova In M81 by Laurence A. Marschall; Astronomy 2/94
ay47The Starry Sky: Perseus by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 2/94, p.52
ay48North Of 75° by Lee T. Macdonald; Astronomy 2/94, p.57
ay49The Starry Sky: Leo by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 3/94, p.51
ay50Caught In The Act Of Forming; Astronomy 4/94, p.28
ay51An Infrared View Of Our Universe by Ian Gatley; Astronomy 4/94, p.40
ay52Hats, Hockey Sticks & Humpbacks by Kenneth Hewitt-White; Astronomy 4/94, p.80
ay53Little Dark Matter In M81; Astronomy 5/94, p.18
ay54Ashes To Ashes And Dust To Dust by David J. Eichner; Astronomy 5/94, p.41
ay55The Starry Sky: Ursa Maior by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 5/94, p.82
ay56Inside The Helix Nebula; Astronomy 6/94, p.18
ay57Screams From A Distant Star; Astronomy 6/94, p.20
ay58The Starry Sky: Lyra by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 6/94, p.51
ay59Tracking Down A Quasar by Phil Harrington; Astronomy 6/94, p.56
ay60Glittering Realms Of The Summer Milky Way by David J. Eichner; Astronomy 6/94, p.63
ay61Strangers In The Night; Astronomy 7/94, p.24
ay62The Starry Sky: Cygnus by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 7/94, p.52
ay63Hunting Down The Cygnus Bubble; Astronomy 7/94, p.53
ay64Oh Say Can You See? by Jerry Spevak; Astronomy 7/94, p.70
ay65Milky Way Is Devouring Nearby Galaxy; Astronomy 8/94, p.18
ay66The Starry Sky: Aquila by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 8/94, p.51
ay67Two Bright Emission Nebulae; Astronomy 8/94, p.53
ay68A Black Hole In M87; Astronomy 9/94, p.18
ay69Rich Clouds Of Globular Clusters; Astronomy 9/94, p.26
ay70The Starry Sky: Cassiopeia by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 9/94, p.63
ay71Spot M33 With The Naked Eye; Astronomy 9/94, p.65
ay72Five Million Suns Crowd; Astronomy 10/94, p.20
ay73Andromeda's M31 Glows; Astronomy 10/94, p.24
ay74The Starry Sky: Aries by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 10/94, p.50
ay75Snatching Beauty from the Deep Sky by Martin C. Germano; Astronomy 10/94, p.62
ay76Bright Lights, Deep Sky by Mike Porcellino; Astronomy 10/94, p.68
ay77Under The Southern Sky by Jim Barclay; Astronomy 10/94, p.73
ay78Galaxy Mergers In The Coma Cluster; Astronomy 11/94, p.20
ay79A Cloud Of Planetary Nebulae; Astronomy 11/94, p.26
ay80Seemingly Mild Mannered Galaxy NGC 1808; Astronomy 11/94, p.30
ay81The New Stars of M42 by Jean-Pierre Caillault; Astronomy 11/94, p.41
ay82The Satellite Galaxies Of M31; Astronomy 11/94, p.58
ay83The Starry Sky: Triangulum by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 11/94, p.59
ay84Two Shells Of Glowing Gas; Astronomy 12/94, p.18
ay85M87 Jet: Faster Than Light?; Astronomy 12/94, p.20
ay86Inside The Crab Nebula by Richard Talcott; Astronomy 12/94, p.42
ay87The Starry Sky: Taurus by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 12/94, p.60
ay88Under The Southern Sky, Part II by Luke Dodd; Astronomy 12/94, p.79
ay89The Starry Sky: Canis Maior by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 1/95, p.60
ay90Big Scope Observing by David Higgins; Astronomy 1/95, p.67
ay91A Tale Of Two Clusters; Astronomy 2/95, p.22
ay92The Starry Sky: Canis Minor by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 2/95, p.63
ay93Seven Easy Star Clusters by John Shibley; Astronomy 2/95, p.76
ay94The Starry Sky: Hydra by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 3/95, p.62
ay95Catch The Mice; Astronomy 3/95, p.65
ay96Challenging Planetary Nebulae by John Franch; Astronomy 3/95, p.74
ay97The Starry Sky: Virgo by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 4/95, p.62
ay98Twelve Splendid Spirals by Alan Goldstein, p.70
ay99A Stellar Fossil; Astronomy 5/95, p.24
ay100The Starry Sky: Libra by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 5/95, p.63
ay101Summer Sky Spectacular by Rod Pommier; Astronomy 5/95, p.67
ay102The Starry Sky: Ophiuchus by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 6/95, p.61
ay103David Malin's Universe by Peter Bond; Astronomy 7/95, p.30
ay104The Starry Sky: Sagittarius by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 7/95, p.60
ay105The Starry Sky: Capricornus by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 8/95, p.58
ay106Two Views Of Galaxy M77; Astronomy 9/95, p.24
ay107The Starry Sky: Cepheus by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 9/95, p.63
ay108Chasing Down Stephan's Quintet; Astronomy 9/95, p.65
ay109The Starry Sky: Pisces by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 10/95, p.62
ay110The Andromeda Galaxy; Astronomy 11/95, p.67
ay111The Starry Sky: Andromeda by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 11/95, p.69
ay112Visit The Deep-Sky Zoo by Edmund A. Fortier; Astronomy 11/95, p.72
ay113Deep-Sky The Old-Fashioned Way; Astronomy 11/95, p.121
ay114The Starry Sky: Auriga by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 12/95, p.69
ay115Two Beautiful Winter Clusters; Astronomy 12/95, p.71
ay116The Secrets Of Orion's Great Nebula by Alister Ling; Astronomy 12/95, p.78
ay117When Galaxies Strut Their Stuff by David J. Eichner; Astronomy 12/95, p.88
ay118The Giant Star Pillars Of M16 by Jeff Kanipe; Astronomy 1/96, p.47
ay119The Starry Sky: Gemini by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 1/96, p.64
ay120Supernova Remnant IC 443; Astronomy 1/96, p.67
ay121Touring Winter's Best Double Stars by Mark T. Stauffer; Astronomy 1/96, p.72
ay122The Starry Sky: Canopus and Carina the Keel by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 2/96, p.64
ay123M44's Little Cloud Of Bees; Astronomy 2/96, p.66
ay124Solar Systems In The Making; Astronomy 3/96, p.22
ay125The Starry Sky: Canes Venatici by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 3/96, p.62
ay126Two Springtime Obscurities; Astronomy 3/96, p.63
ay127Remembering Gemini by David J. Eichner; Astronomy 3/96, p.66
ay128Seeing The Unseen by Alan Goldstein; Astronomy 3/96, p.70
ay129The Starry Sky: Coma Berenices by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 4/96, p.62
ay130Hunt Down A Quasar; Astronomy 4/96, p.64
ay131Galaxies On Edge by Ronald W. Kohl; Astronomy 4/96, p.66
ay132A Window Into The Deep by Tom Johnston; Astronomy 4/96, p.82
ay133The Starry Sky: Corvus and the Way South by Deborah Byrd; Astronomy 5/96, p.65
ay134A Night Owl's Guide To Galaxies by David J. Eichner; Astronomy 6/96, p.70
ay135Unwinding The Helix by Richard Talcott; Astronomy 7/96, p.44
ay136Plunge Into The Lagoon by David J. Eichner; Astronomy 7/96, p.82
ay137Hubble's Birthday Bash by Robert Naeye; Astronomy 8/96, p.30
ay138Summer's Dark Nebulae; Astronomy 8/96, p.63
ay139Free-From Observing by Jeff Kanipe; Astronomy 8/96, p.68
ay140Have Astronomers Solved The Quasar Enigma? by Ken Croswell; Astronomy 2/93, p.28

Zeitschrift astro*sapiens

ISSN 1021-5638; Zeitschrift astro*sapiens; XA4; Sihlmatten 10; CH-8134 Adliswil; Diese Zeitschrift ist nicht mehr erhältlich!

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as1Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens3/91, S.52
as2Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens4/94, S.7
as3Die Fehler in Messiers Katalog von Xavier Donath; astro*sapiens4/94, S.39
as4Die Galaxien des Virgo-Haufens von Hans-Rudolf Frei; astro*sapiens1/92, S.15
as5Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens1/92, S.35
as6Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens2/92, S.18
as7Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens3/92, S.29
as8Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens4/92, S.26
as9Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens3/93, S.6
as10Im Fadenkreuz: Die Lösung! von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens4/93, S.51
as11Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens1/94, S.25
as12Auch M51 Hat Eine Supernova! von Stefan Meister; astro*sapiens2/94, S.6
as13Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens2/94, S.52
as14Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens3/94, S.48
as15Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens4/94, S.33
as16Schleierhaftes Am Winterhimmel von Bruno Bleiker und Patrick Schellenbauer; astro*sapiens1/95, S.12
as17Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens1/95, S.28
as18Grün, Blau Oder Grau? von Philipp Heck; astro*sapiens2/95, S.29
as19Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens2/95, S.46
as20Im Fadenkreuz von Philipp Heck; astro*sapiens3/95, S.27
as21Im Fadenkreuz von Markus Hägi; astro*sapiens4/95, S.17
as22Von Samichläusen und Weihnachtsbäumen: Zwei Schmankerl am Winterhimmel von Philipp Heck; astro*sapiens4/95, S. 51

Zeitschrift Interstellarum

ISSN 0946-9915; Redaktion Interstellarum; Ronald C. Stoyan; Am Hasengarten 11; D-91074 Herzogenaurach; http://naa.net/deepsky/

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is1Objekte der Saison: Cr 399 von Jürgen Lamprecht; Interstellarum3/95, S.48
is2Objekte der Saison: PK 205+14.1 von Ronald C. Stoyan; Interstellarum1/96, S.54
is3Objekte der Saison: 3C 273 von Klaus Veit; Interstellarum2/96, S.50
is5Objekte der Saison: NGC 4169/73/74/75 von Klaus Veit; Interstellarum2/96, S.52
is6Objekte für lange Brennweiten: Die Galaxie M63 von Peter Riepe und Stefan Binnewies; Interstellarum2/96, S.60
is7Objekte der Saison: M92 von Jürgen Lamprecht; Interstellarum3/95, S.53

Sky & Telescope Magazine

ISSN 0037-6604; Sky Publishing Corporation; 49 Bay State Rd.; Cambridge, MA 02138; USA;www.skypub.com

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st1Seeing Gravitiy's Lens by Stephen James O'Meara; S&T 10/91, p.433
st2An Observer's Guide to Open Clusters: III by Phil Harrington; S&T 10/92, p.462
st3Observer's Notebook; S&T 10/92, p.466
st4A Star-Hop from Deneb by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 11/92, p.518
st5Deep-Sky Wonders by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 11/92, p.583
st6Cosmology of the Local Group by George Lake; S&T 12/92, p.613
st7Cetus, the Wale? by George Lovi; S&T 12/92, p.661
st8Images: M31; S&T 1/93, p.32
st9A Binocular Star-Hop in Orion by Philip Harrington; S&T 1/93, p.48
st10Andromeda in a New Light by Francis Primini; S&T 2/93, p.13
st11February Evenings: What Better Time To Observe? by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 2/93, p.110
st12Protoplanetary Disks in the Orion Nebula; S&T 3/93, p.9
st13Images: Rosette Nebula; S&Ts&T 3/93, p.38
st14The Disk-Jet Connection by Roger Blandford and Arieh Königl; S&T 3/93, p.40
st15A Star-Hop in Gemini by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 3/93, p.47
st16Observer's Notebook: Twin Quasar Continues to Attract Observers; S&T 3/93, p.119
st17Collision-born Galaxies; S&T 4/93, p.11
st18M Is for Messier by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 4/93, p.38
st19That Mysterious Zodiac by George Lovi; S&T 4/93, p.63
st20The Lesser-Known Galaxies of Canes Venatici by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 4/93, p.110
st21Anatomy of a Shock Wave; S&Ts&T 5/93, p.10
st22Wrong-Way Galaxies; S&Ts&T 5/93, p.11
st23Deciphering the Mysteries of Stellar Origins; S&Ts&T 5/93, p.18
st24An Army of Galaxies by George Lovi; S&Ts&T 5/93, p.63
st25Markarian 421: The Most Variable AGN by John Toone; S&Ts&T 5/93, p.75
st26The First Globular Cluster of the Season by Walter Scott Hudson; S&T 5/93, p.108
st27A City on the Moon and a Diamond in Virgo; S&Ts&T 5/93, p.109
st28Supernova in M 81; S&T 6/93, p.8
st29A Bell-Pepper Planetary; S&T 6/93, p.11
st30A Star-Hop in the Dipper's Bowl by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 6/93, p.43
st31The Man with the Snake by George Lovi; S&T 6/93, p.63
st32A Visual Tour of M 101 by Roger N. Clark; S&T 6/93, p.102
st33Three Messier Galaxies by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 6/93, p.106
st34A Changing Supernova; S&T 7/93, p.8
st35The Pleiades Illusion; S&T 7/93, p.12
st36Images: CG4 by David Malin; S&T 7/93, p.36
st37Rediscovering the Color of the Crab Nebula by David Malin and Jay M. Pasachoff; S&T 7/93, p.43
st38Summer's Grandest Globular Cluster by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 7/93, p.110
st39The Milky Way: A Galactic Cannibal; S&T 8/93, p.8
st40The Spiral Within; S&T 8/93, p.8
st41Fireworks in Orion; S&T 8/93, p.10
st42NGC 2214 Has No Old Stars; S&T 8/93, p.11
st43When, Where, How To Watch by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 8/93, p.49
st44Telescopic Delights in Delphinus by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 8/93, p.99
st45Naked Stellar Cores; S&T 9/93, p.9
st46Dark-Matter Halos; S&T 9/93, p.10
st47Unscrambling the Egg Nebula; S&T 9/93, p.13
st48A Visual Tour of M 27 by Roger N. Clark; S&T 9/93, p.98
st49Hunting Cosmic Pearls in Aquila by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 9/93, p.100
st50A Double Nucleus in M 31; S&T 10/93, p.9
st51Magnetic Galaxies; S&T 10/93, p.11
st52Speedy Masers; S&T 10/93, p.11
st53Galactic Supershells; S&T 10/93, p.12
st54The Extragalactic Distance Scale: Agreement at Last? by Paul Hodge; S&T 10/93, p.16
st55A Star-Hop in the Cepheus Milky Way by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 10/93, p.48
st56Migrating Birds and the Milky Way by E. C. Krupp; S&T 10/93, p.58
st57An Observer's Guide to Galaxies: I by Phil Harrington; S&T 10/93, p.101
st58Wandering Through Lacerta with a Small Telescope; S&T 10/93, p.104
st59Hubble Pinpoints X-ray Source; S&T 11/93, p.9
st60Radio Eta Carinae; S&T 11/93, p.13
st61Second Thoughts About the World's End by E. C. Krupp; S&T 11/93, p.58
st62A Visual Tour of M 31 by Roger N. Clark; S&T 11/93, p.100
st63Objects for Small Telescopes by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 11/93, p.102
st64Whirling into the Whirlpool; S&T 12/93, p.10
st65No Dark Matter Here; S&T 12/93, p.11
st66A Supernova with an Identity Crisis by Alexei V. Filippenko; S&T 12/93, p.30
st67A Star-Hop from Andromeda by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 12/93, p.45
st68A Fireball and Ruby Eyes; S&T 12/93, p.108
st69The Brandenburg Scepter and the Georgian Harp by E. C. Krupp; S&T 1/94, p.70
st70Binocular Highlights: The Mirror of Venus; S&T 1/94, p.72
st71Seeking Spirals Around Sirius by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 1/94, p.111
st72Shadowing the Groundhogs by E. C. Krupp; S&T 2/94, p.64
st73Little-known Galaxies in Camelopardalis by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 2/94, p.108
st74A Starburst Ring; S&T 3/94, p.10
st75Resolving a Quasar's Jet; S&T 3/94, p.12
st76A Star-Hop from the Beehive by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 3/94, p.44
st77An Observer's Guide to Galaxies: II by Phil Harrington; S&T 3/94, p.103
st78Two Messier Clusters in Puppis by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 3/94, p.109
st79The Not-So-Shocking Story of Orion's Bar; S&T 4/94, p.13
st80Caught in the Act; S&T 4/94, p.14
st81Celestial Reptiles by E. C. Krupp; S&T 4/94, p.64
st82How Faint Can You See? by Roger N. Clark; S&T 4/94, p.106
st83Sailing Trough the Deep Sky of Corvus by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 4/94, p.109
st84Name That Distance; S&T 5/94, p.13
st85Mastering the Virgo Cluster by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 5/94, p.42
st86Hunting Down Abell Planetaries by Tom Polakis; S&T 5/94, p.106
st87Treasures Sprinkled Across the Southern Horizon by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 5/94, p.108
st88Supernova in M 51; S&T 6/94, p.10
st89Herschel's 'Nebulous Doubles' Revisited; S&T 6/94, p.15
st90Rabbit Tracks by E. C. Krupp; S&T 6/94, p.64
st91Extragalactic Wonders by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 6/94, p.107
st92Hubble's Stellar Performance; S&T 7/94, p.12
st93Ring Nebula Reality; S&T 7/94, p.15
st94A New Clue to Cosmic Density; S&T 7/94, p.15
st95An Observer's Guide to Galaxies: III by Phil Harrington; S&T 7/94, p.114
st96Naked-Eye Globular Clusters by Walter Scott Houston; S&T 7/94, p.116
st97Jumbo Omega Centauri; S&T 8/94, p.12
st98Supermassive Black Holes: The Smoking Gun; S&T 8/94, p.13
st99The Milky Way's Nearest Neighbor; S&T 8/94, p.14
st100What's New in M 81?; S&T 9/94, p.12
st101A Cepheus Star-Hop by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 9/94, p.40
st102Astronomy at the Cape by Eli Maor; S&T 9/94, p.92
st103Protoplanetary Possibilities in the Trapezium; S&T 10/94, p.10
st104Coma Cluster Swallowing Its Neighbors; S&T 10/94, p.15
st105Images: NGC 1365 by David Malin; S&T 10/94, p.40
st106The Veil Nebula by Roger N. Clark; S&T 10/94, p.104
st107The NGC 7214 Galaxy Group by Ronald J. Morales; S&T 10/94, p.106
st108Images: Vela Nebula; S&T 11/94, p.48
st109Closing In on the Hubble Parameter; S&T 12/94, p.10
st110Exploring the Orion Nebula by C. Robert O'Dell; S&T 12/94, p.20
st111A Catalog of Quasars Near and Far by Geoffrey Burbidge and Adelaide Hewitt; S&T 12/94, p.32
st112Images: NGC 4038/39 by David Malin; S&T 12/94, p.42
st113Close-up: The Double Cluster by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 12/94, p.46
st114A Young Universe with Old Stars?; S&T 1/95, p.10
st115Arp Goes X-ray; S&T 1/95, p.12
st116Andromeda's Infrared Power Source; S&T 1/95, p.14
st117Anatomy of a Crab by Wayne J. Parker; S&T 1/95, p.38
st118Missing Mass Still Missing; S&T 2/95, p.11
st119A Companion for Dwingeloo 1; S&T 2/95, p.12
st120A Luminous Halo of Dark Matter?; S&T 2/95, p.12
st121Images: Coma Cluster; S&T 2/95, p.40
st122A Star-Hop from Sirius by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 2/95, p.44
st123Pussyfooting in the Heavens by E. C. Krupp; S&T 2/95, p.64
st124The South Side of the Sky by Tom Polakis; S&T 2/95, p.104
st125Hubble Views the Cartwheel; S&Ts&T 3/95, p.10
st126Two Clusters in One; S&T 3/95, p.14
st127Images: NGC 6193 by David Malin; S&Ts&T 3/95, p.52
st128Partners in Time by E. C. Krupp; S&Ts&T 3/95, p.64
st129Anatomy of a Cat's Eye; S&T 4/95, p.12
st130Images: M100 by David Malin; S&T 4/95, p.38
st131Rambling Through the Skies: Engraved in Stone by E. C. Krupp; S&T 4/95, p.60
st132Planetary Nebula from the City by Donald R. Ferguson; S&T 4/95, p.96
st133Hubble Telescope Probes Shocks in Cygnus; S&T 5/95, p.11
st134M 81 Interactions; S&T 5/95, p.13
st135An Active Galaxy With a Dormant Nucleus?; S&T 5/95, p.15
st136The Stuff Between the Stars by Gillian Knapp; S&T 5/95, p.20
st137Nearby Galaxies Unveiled; S&T 6/95, p.10
st138Astro 2 Shots the Pinwheel; S&T 6/95, p.11
st139Young Star Clusters Found by HST in the 'Antennae'; S&T 6/95, p.12
st140Ringing the Wolf-Rayets; S&T 6/95, p.14
st141Whipping Up the Whirlpool; S&T 6/95, p.15
st142Infrared Arrays: The Next Generation by Ian S. McLean; S&T 6/95, p.18
st143Images: Tarantula Nebula by David Malin; S&T 6/95, p.32
st144Rambling Through the Skies: Star-Spangled Banners by E. C. Krupp; S&T 6/95, p.60
st145Dissecting Cosmic Explosions by Brent Tuly, Jon Morse and Patrick Shopbell; S&T 7/95, p.18
st146Images: Ack 277.7-03.5 by David Malin; S&T 7/95, p.37
st147Backyard Astronomy: A Star-Hop from Mizar by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 7/95, p.48
st148Rambling through the Skies: Pumping Sky by E. C. Krupp; S&T 7/95, p.60
st149More on the Galaxy-Quasar Connection; S&T 8/95, p.9
st150Rambling Through the Skies: Bugs in the Night vo E. C. Krupp; S&T 8/95, p.64
st151Eta Carinae Acts Up; S&T 10/95, p.12
st152M100's Curious Core; S&T 10/95, p.13
st153When the Zodiac Climbed Into the Sky by Alexander Gurshtein; S&T 10/95, p.28
st154Herbig-Haro Objects and the Birth of Stars by Bo Reipurth and Steve Heathcote; S&T 10/95, p.38
st155Second Galaxy Favors Young Cosmos; S&T 11/95, p.10
st156Quasars Ejected by M106?; S&T 11/95, p.15
st157Andromeda's Brightest Globular Cluster by Leos Ondra; S&T 11/95, p.68
st158UIT's Unusual Galaxies; S&T 12/95, p.12
st159Orion's Placental Protostars; S&T 12/95, p.15
st160Beyond Messier: The Caldwell Catalog by M. Marlow Pepin; S&T 12/95, p.38
st161Ring Around the Nucleus; S&T 2/96, p.12
st162X-raying the Crab; S&T 2/96, p.15
st163Images: M31 by P. Frank Winkler; S&T 2/96, p.20
st164The Eagle's Nest by Samantha Parker; S&T 2/96, p.32
st165A Star-Hop from Gemini's Feet by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 2/96, p.48
st166Quasars: Not Naked After All; S&T 3/96, p.12
st167Orion's Obscured Offspring; S&T 3/96, p.14
st168Revelations in Coma; S&T 3/96, p.15
st169Images: M42 by Samantha Parker; S&T 3/96, p.20
st170Hubble's Picture-Perfect Planetaries; S&T 5/96, p.12
st171Images: NGC 253 by David Malin; S&T 5/96, p.20
st172Hubble Highlights the Helix Nebula's Knots; S&T 6/96, p.13
st173Sculptor-Group Surprises; S&T 6/96, p.15
st174Fingering the Crab; S&T 6/96, p.16
st175Rambling Through the Skies: The Starry Messenger by E. C. Krupp, p.60
st176Astronomers Converge on Hubble Parameter; S&T 7/96, p.12
st177A Modern View of Planetary Nebulae by Sun Kwok; S&T 7/96, p.38
st178A Serpens-Virgo Star-Hop by Alan M. MacRobert; S&T 7/96, p.46
st179Scanning Scutum in Summertime by Tom Polakis; S&T 7/96, p.106
st180'True Color' Not So True; S&T 8/96, p.8
st181Ripples in the Crab Nebula; S&T 8/96, p.10
st182Merging Galaxies: Step by Step; S&T 8/96, p.12
st183Our Neighbor's Brightest Globular; S&T 8/96, p.15
st184Rambling Through the Skies: Queen of Heaven by E. C. Krupp; S&T 8/96, p.60
st185Thwarting Tidal Tails; S&T 9/96, p.15
st186The Infrared Dumbbell; S&T 9/96, p.16
st187Images: IC 2944 by David Malin; S&T 9/96, p.20
st188Examining Eta Carinae; S&T 10/96, p.13
st189M33's Puzzling Globulars; S&T 10/96, p.14
st190Rambling Through the Skies: Arrows in Flight by E. C. Krupp; S&T 10/96, p.60
st191A Million Planets for Every Star?; S&T 11/96, p.12
st192Eccentric Dust in NGC 2655; S&T 11/96, p.13
st193Another Southern Crab; S&T 11/96, p.13
st194Images: NGC 604 by Hui Yang; S&T 11/96, p.20
st195Weird Tales of the Hyades by E. C. Krupp; S&T 11/96, p.64
st196Reaping Autumn's Milky Way by Edwin L. Aguirre; S&T 11/96, p.102
st197Quintets, Sextets, and Septets: Exploring Hickson Compact Groups by Steve Gottlieb; S&T3/99, p. 110

Zeitschrift Sterne und Weltraum

B 5496 E; Redaktion Sterne und Weltraum; Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie;Königstuhl 17; D-69117 Heidelberg; http://www.mpia-hd.mpg.de/suw/suw

RefBezeichnung
sw1Quasar 3C 273 im Achtzöller von Michael Grosse; SuW 4/88, S.246
sw2Aktuelle Hinweise für den Beobachter; SuW 8-9/94, S.635
sw3Deep-Sky-Objekte des Monats: visuell beobachtet: NGC 6888 von Ronald C. Stoyan; SuW 7/96, S.555
sw4Bewegung im Krebsnebel; SuW 8-9/96, S.611

Computer-Programme

RefBezeichnung
pr1The Earth Centered Universe (ECU) von David J. Lane; Nova Astronomics; ; http://fox.nstn.ca/~ecu/edu.html
pr2TheSky for Windows, Version 2.11, Level IV; Software Bisque; 912 Twelfth Street; Suite A; Golden, Colorado 80401, USA; ; http://www.bisque.com/thesky/
pr3Guide; Project Pluto, 168 Ridge Road, Bowdoinham ME 04008, USA; ; http://www.projectpluto.com/
pr4XEphem Elwood Charles Downey; ; http://iraf.noao.edu/~ecdowney/xephem.html
pr5The GIMP; Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis ; http://www.gimp.org/
pr6SkySafari 6 Pro, Simulation Curriculum; https://skysafariastronomy.com/

Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

Space Telescope Electronic Information Service;www.stsci.edu/; Copyright (c) 1996 The Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc.

RefBezeichnung
si1The STScI Digitized Sky Survey; https://archive.stsci.edu/cgi-bin/dss_form
si2Hubble Spies Globular Cluster in Neighbouring Galaxy; Press Release No. STScI-PRC96-11; ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/96/11/A.html
si3Planetary Nebula NGC 6543; Press Release No. STScI-PRC95-01; ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/95/01.html
si4Hubble peers into the Heart of the densest known Star Cluster; Press Release No. STScI-PRD95-06: ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/95/06.html
si5Cygnus Loop; Press Release No. STScI-PRC95-11: ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/95/11.html
si6Crab Nebula -- The Movie; Press Release No. STScI-PRC96-22: ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/96/22.html
si7Giant 'Twisters' and Star Wisps in the Lagoon Nebula; Press Release No. STScI-PR96-38; ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/96/38.html
si8Giant Starbirth Region In Neighboring Galaxy; Press Release No. STScI-PR96-27; ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/96/27.html
si9Gallery of Planetary Nebula Images; ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/97/pn/
si10Embryonic Stars Emerge from Interstellar 'EGGs'; Press Release No. STScI-PR95-44; ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/95/44.html
si11Hubble Space Telescope Finds Stellar Graveyard; Press Release No. STScI-PR95-32; ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/95/32.html
si12Looking Down a Barrel of Gas at a Doomed Star; Press Release No. STScI-PR99-01; ; http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pr/1999/01/

National Optical Astronomy Observatories (NOAO)

National Optical Astronomy Observatories, 950 North Cherry Avenue, P.O. Box 26732, Tucson, Arizona 85726, Phone: (520) 318-8000, Fax: (520) 318-8360; www.noao.edu/

RefBezeichnung
no1Planetary Nebula Sampler by George H. Jacoby; ; http://www.noao.edu/jacoby/pn_gallery.html
no2NOAO Image Gallery; ; http://www.noao.edu/image_gallery/

Anglo-Australian Observatory (AAO)

Anglo-Australian Observatory 1998, PO Box 296, Epping NSW 1710 Australia;www.aao.gov.au/

RefBezeichnung
aa1Photographs from the Anglo-Australian Observatory; ; http://www.aao.gov.au/images.html

Centre de Données astronomiques de Strasbourg (CDS)

11 rue de l'Université, 67000 Strasbourg, France; cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/

RefBezeichnung
cd1Systematic Properties of Compact Groups of Galaxies; P. Hickson; Astrophysical Journal 255, 382 (1982); ; ftp://cdsarc.u-strasbg.fr/pub/cats/VII/85A/
cd2Strasbourg-ESO Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae; A. Acker, F. Ochsenbein, B. Stenholm, R. Tylenda, J. Marcout, C. Schohn; European Southern Observatory; ISBN 3-923524-41-2 (1992); ; ftp://cdsarc.u-strasbg.fr/cats/V/84/
cd3NGC 2000.0, The Complete New General Catalogue and Index Catalogue of Nebulae and Star Clusters by J.L.E. Dreyer; edited by Roger W. Sinnott; Sky Publishing Corporation and Cambridge University Press (1988); ; ftp://cdsarc.u-strasbg.fr/pub/cats/VII/118/
cd4Catalogue of Galactic Globular Clusters; R. Monella, 1985; Coelum LIII, 287; ; ftp://cdsarc.u-strasbg.fr/cats/VII/103/
cd5Catalogue of Principal Galaxies (PGC); Paturel G., Fouque P., Bottinelli L., Gouguenheim L.; Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 80, 299 (1989); ; ftp://cdsarc.u-strasbg.fr/cats/VII/119/
cd6SIMBAD astronomical database; ; http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/Simbad.html
cd7IV/24 Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae (Kohoutek, 2001); http://cdsarc.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/qcat?J/A+A/378/843

Diverse Quellen

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dq1Deepsky Atlas of the Hawaiian Astronomical Society;; http://www.hawastsoc.org/deepsky/
dq2Lyon-Meudon Extragalactic Database (LEDA); http://www-obs.univ-lyon1.fr/leda/home_leda.html
dq3Europas Uhr geht sechs Jahre nach von Barbara S. Eisenbeiss; MUSEION 2000, Glaube, Wissen, Kunst in Geschichte und Gegenwart; 6/94, S. 32
dq4Nord- und Südhimmel: Bootes, Star Observer 5/94, S.43
dq5Flags of the World (FOTW) Web Site;; http://fotw.digibel.be/flags/
dq6Gigantische Explosionen in aktiven Galaxien von Sylvain Veilleux, Gerald Cecil und Jonathan Bland-Hawthorn, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Digest 4: Astrophysik, S. 109
dq7WEBDA, Sternwarte Genf;; http://obswww.unige.ch/webda/
dq8Der Hippokratische Eid, deutsche Übersetzung und medizinhistorischer Kommentar, Prof. Dr. med Axel W. Bauer;; http://www.uni-heidelberg.de/institute/fak5/igm/g47/bauerhip.htm
dq9The NGC/IC Project; http://www.ngcic.org/
dq10AIDA - Astronomical Image Data Archive;; http://aida.astroinfo.org/
dq11IAU: The Constellations, 11. Oktober 2020; https://www.iau.org/public/themes/constellations/
dq12Yale Bright Star Catalog, 15. Oktober 2020; http://tdc-www.harvard.edu/catalogs/bsc5.html
dq13PNG Egg; https://www.pngegg.com/