Southern Sky Almanack (2009)
The Southern Sky Almanack is a monthly summary of astronomical events, from a southern hemisphere perspective, for the year 2009. These events include the visibility of the Sun, Moon & planets, and details of eclipses.
Its intended audience is the astronomy enthusiast, be it a novice star gazer, an experienced amateur astronomer, or anybody involved in astronomy outreach.
The Almanack is divided into three parts: an introductory overview of astronomical events during 2009, a detailed monthly summary of phenomena, and an appendix.
Since 2009 has been declared the International Year of Astronomy, astronomy educators and popularizers may find the Almanack useful when planning public events.
If you find the Almanack useful, or have suggestions for improvements, I'd be keen to hear from you.
Southern Sky Almanack for 2009 (version 2.8, 691K PDF)
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