NightSkies 2008by Leo EnrightLeo Enright of Sharbot Lake is one of the foremost authorities in Canadian amateur astronomy. Leo is an accomplished solar and aurora observer, and has written the Beginner's Observing Guide.
and his wife, Denise Sabatini, have had a minor planet named after them
by the Nomenclature of the Solar System Commission of the International
Astronomical Union (IAU). The IAU is an organization of professional
astronomers. The official name of the minor planet is (9070) Ensab =
1993 OZ (Ensab is a combination of their last names) and it is the only
name recognized by astronomers worldwide.
Venus and Jupiter Continue their Waltz, December 2008
Two Brightest Planets Still Dominate Evening Sky, November 2008
Two Brightest Planets Dominate October Evenings, October 2008
A Challenging Evening Clustering of Bright Planets , September 2008
Time to Enjoy the Milky Way & a Meteor Shower, August 2008
Jupiter Rules In Our July Night Sky, July 2008
A March Feast of Five Planets, March 2008
A Planet Conjunction and Lunar Eclipse, February 2008
A Dance of Bright Planets in the Morning Sky, January 2008