• BAS Observer – November 2020


    BAS Observer – November 2020

    In this edition:

    • Club Activities
    • November–December Events
    • Dark-sky Members’ Nights
    • The SOFIA Infrared Telescope
    • A BAS Member’s Backyard Observatory
    • Jupiter in Ultraviolet/Visible/Near-infrared Light
    • Study Confirms Stellar Record-breaker
    • Experts Solve Mystery of Giant X-shaped Galaxy
    • The Developing Space Industry in Australia
    • Sounds from Around the Galaxy
    • Equipment for Sale
    • BAS Information
    • Hubble Spots Giant Space ‘Pumpkin’

  • BAS Observer – October 2019


    BAS Observer – October 2019

    In this edition:
    • Club Activities
    • October–November Events
    • Science As the Poetry of Reality
    • Notice: Combined Societies Meeting
    • The Sky in October
    • Equipment for Sale
    • BAS Information
    • Hubble Captures a Galaxy Edge On

  • BAS Observer – September 2019


    BAS Observer – September 2019

    In this edition:
    • Club Activities
    • September–October Events
    • The Pluto Controversy
    • Queensland Astrofest 2019
    • A 3-D Printed Telescope
    • The Sky in September
    • Springfield Lakes State School Night
    • Equipment for Sale
    • BAS Information
    • Hubble’s Portrait of Star’s Gaseous Glow

  • BAS Observer – July 2019


    BAS Observer – July 2019

    In this edition:
    • Club Activities
    • July–August Events
    • End Times for Eta Carinae?
    • Apollo 11 Anniversary
    • Scenic Rim Star Party Image Gallery
    • The ‘Warm’ Glow of Uranus’s Rings
    • Interesting Times Indeed
    • Titan’s ‘Bathtub Rings’
    • Heart Almost Earth (Part Two)
    • The Sky in July
    • Equipment for Sale
    • BAS Information
    • NASA’s WFIRST Mission Completes Review

  • BAS Observer – June 2019


    BAS Observer – June 2019

    In this edition:
    • Club Activities
    • June–July Events
    • The EHT – a Planet-wide Telescope
    • Harding’s Paddock – April
    • Warwick Gliding Club – May
    • University Funding Interest in Russell Island Observatory
    • Shrinking Moon May Be Generating Moonquakes
    • Heart Almost Earth (Part One)
    • The Sky in June
    • Equipment for Sale
    • Bas Information
    • Pan-STARRS Sky Survey

  • BAS Observer – April 2019


    BAS Observer – April 2019

    In this edition:
    • Club Activities
    • April–May Events
    • Polluting the Night Sky . . . with Billboards!
    • Dust Lanes
    • Brisbane Street Science
    • A New Dark-sky Site?
    • Why Do We Mourn Our Space Robots?
    • Australasian Dark Sky Alliance
    • Eighty-three Ancient Quasars Discovered
    • The Sky in April
    • Equipment for Sale
    • BAS Information
    • Stunning Image of W40 Star-forming Region

  • BAS Observer – February 2019


    BAS Observer – February 2019

    In this edition:
    • Club Activities
    • February–March Events
    • Opportunity Mars Mission Officially Ends
    • Look Up! A Meteor Showers Guide for 2019
    • Eris
    • France Adopts Light Pollution Policy
    • A Deep, Faint Observation at Queensland Astrofest
    • The Sky in February
    • Equipment for Sale
    • BAS Information
    • Would You Like Salt with Your Star, Madam?

  • BAS Observer – November 2018


    BAS Observer – November 2018

    In this edition:
    • Club Activities
    • November–December Events
    • A Fond Farewell to the Kepler Mission
    • Traffic Authorities
    • Dark Skies at Warwick Gliding Club
    • Hubble Spies Glittering Star Cluster in LMC
    • The Sky in November
    • Equipment for Sale
    • BAS Information
    • Magnetic Fields May Be Key to Black Hole Activity

  • BAS Observer – September 2018


    BAS Observer – September 2018

    In this edition:
    • Club Activities
    • Credit Where Credit’s Due?
    • BAS Thanked in School Newsletter
    • September–October Events
    • Harding’s Paddock – August
    • The Sixth Planet
    • Queensland Astrofest 2018
    • The Sky in September
    • Equipment for Sale
    • BAS Information
    • A Piercing Eye Stares Back at Hubble

  • BAS Observer – August 2018


    BAS Observer – August 2018

    In this edition:
    • Club Activities
    • August–September Events
    • July Star-BQ Nights
    • Astrophotographer of the Year Contest
    • Absolutely Absurd
    • Hayabusa2 Closes in on Asteroid Ryugu
    • The Sky in August
    • Equipment for Sale
    • School Night Images of Saturn and Jupiter
    • BAS Information
    • The Sun’s Gusty Wind

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