Daily Astronomer Image Page



This page presents images to accompany various Daily Astronomer images. (The "Daily Astronomer" is an free e-mail article sent M - F at midnight.  To sign up, just send an e-mail to  with "DA" written in the subject line.)

We have listened!!  Or, at least, read..

Subscribers are frustrated because the images that we sometimes post to accompany certain articles are gone by the time some people get around to reading those articles.  Therefore, we have changed our format for reader convenience.    Instead of posting images on the same page and then erasing them when we post the next images, we will devote a separate page for each article that uses accompanying images.    We will keep these pages linked to this page throughout the school year. So, if you're reading an October article in mid July, the image, if one was posted, will still be available to you.    Just another way the Southworth Planetarium tells the world that we're bored as hell and are desperate for things to do. the suggestion of a rather thoughtful subscriber, we have now arranged the images in descending chronological order.  The most recent is on top, instead of bottom.   

July 20, 2015: Seeing Pluto

July 16, 2015: Flare Under Vega

July 13, 2015: The Heart and the Whale

July 9, 2015: The Five Star Wonder

July 8, 2015: The Greater Magnitudes

July 7, 2015: The Dirtiest Labor

June 29, 2015: Pyramid on Ceres

June 24, 2015: Parallax Redux

June 23, 2015: Cosmic Cow Conundrum

June 16, 2015: Winter's Twins

June 2, 2015: The Changing Constellations

May 20, 2015: Greetings, Bootes

April 15, 2015: Full Color Pluto

April 7, 2015: Under Capricorn

April 6, 2015: Stars Under Foot

March 26, 2015: Phases of Venus

March 23, 2015: Nanoflares!

March 19, 2015: A Bit o' the Green

March 10, 2015: The Dipper's Spring Aspect

February 23, 2015: Winter is the Shortest Season?

January 29, 2015: Super Saturn

January 22, 2015: Depths of the Hexagon

January 14, 2015: Job's Coffin

January 13, 2015: Faster than Light?

January 12, 2015: The Love and Joy of the Comet 

December 17, 2014: The Great Winter Nebula

December 3, 2014: The Ghost Nebula

November 18, 2014: The Largest Known Star

November 6, 2014: Worlds in Formation

November 5, 2014: The Star Queen Nebula

November 4, 2014: Death of the Dipper

October 28, 2014: A Few Tricky Questions.

October 27, 2014: A Sirius Short

October 23, 2014 "What Do You Mean There's a Partial Solar Eclipse Today?"

October 21, 2014: The Hexagon Gathering

October 6, 2014: "Immeasurable Heaven"

October 2, 2014: World Map Astronomy

September 30, 2014: The Midnight Belt

September 29, 2014: October 8th Lunar Eclipse

September 25, 2014: Golden Arches Calculus 

September 23, 2014: Horrors of Autumn

September 22, 2014: The Mysterious Ring

September 15, 2014: Message to Aliens

September 11, 2014: A Simple Dipper Trick

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