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CONTENTS (The STARRY SKY, No. 205, Autumn, 2009)
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14.04.2010

 “ZVAIGŽŅOTĀ DEBESS” FORTY YEARS AGO
Jānis Ikaunieks. I.Daube (abridged)
Mountains on the Venus. A.Balklavs (abridged)
Soviet Automatic Stations “Venera-5” and “Venera-6” Reach Venus (TASS and “Pravda” materials)
Gathering of Astronomers at the University. A.Alksnis (abridged)

DEVELOPMENTS in SCIENCE
Directions of Scientific Research of the UL Institute of Astronomy Assessed. A.Alksnis, M.Ābele, I.Eglītis, B.Rjabovs, K.Salmiņš, I.Pundure

NEWS
Meteorite Fallen in Sudan Recovered. D.Docenko
How Asteroids Will Disturb Observation with Extremely Large Telescopes. A.Alksnis

INTERNATIONAL YEAR of ASTRONOMY 2009
Daily in Network with Astronomy. M.Gills
Arturs Balklavs and Astronomy of Latvia (continued). I.Pundure

SPACE RESEARCH and EXPLORATION
IXV – Step towards Reusable Space Vehicles M.Sudārs

AMID HYPOTHESES
Hyperdrive and Heim’s Quantum Theory. V.Kalniņš

ACADEMIC STAFF of the UNIVERSITY of LATVIA
Centenary of Assistant Professor Ludvigs Jansons (29.10.1909-12.05.1958). J.Jansons

At SCHOOL
Latvia’s 37th Open Astronomy Olympiad for Secondary School Students. M.Krastiņš
The 36th Open Mathematics Olympiad of Latvia. L.Freija, A.Andžāns

MARS in the FOREGROUND
Martian Greenhouses. J.Jaunbergs

FLASHBACK
A Latvian at the Institute of Astronomy in Moscow in the 1930s: Exploring Biography of Alfreds Štrauss. I.Platais, A.Alksnis
Rainis – Poet of Cosmos and Transformations. N.Cimahoviča

CHRONICLE
Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Latvia and the European Space Agency

The STARRY SKY in the AUTUMN of 2009. J.Kauliņš

Supplement:  Astronomical Calendar 2010