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Enjoy his beautiful lunar images and some great ideas for lunar observing on your next outing.

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Nick Retson discusses Shadow Lines during a partial eclipse. Everyone who has experienced a total or even a partial eclipse knows that there are many interesting anomalies that occur during these brief moments of unusual light. Add this one to your list. For our sketchers, we have a Lunar observing and sketching sample by Harry Roberts Australia and a deep sky sampling by Roy Troxel from his observatory in New Mexico. Richard S Wright Jr. Of course you can also enjoy numerous samples of his beautiful work from various locales.

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Our Star Person this issue is Samara Nagle left and observatory to the right , is a native of Brazil who now resides in Ohio. Read about her interesting astronomy related adventures in various parts of the world and enjoy a generous sampling of her deep sky images. The print version will be mailed September 30 and the digital version should go out about that same time. If you are not a subscriber, click on the Subscribe tab and join us in our astronomy adventures. As usual, I hope you enjoy the new issue and wish you lots of time under clear, dark skies and optics that are true.

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North American Skies The North American Skies newsletter provides information on stars, planets, eclipses, meteor showers and other events visible in the sky. It is published in March, June, September and December and is available to view online.

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