Starman by Jay Ryan

A Visual Look At The Visible Sky

Starman the definitive comic strip of Astronomy, was designed to be an informative as well as an entertaining vehicle to help you discover the sky overhead

Starman was a monthly feature which appeared in the newsletters of over 100 astronomy clubs, museums and park districts around the United States


Starman was discontinued after the December '97 issue




Starman strips in ARVAL:

Summer (June '96)

Jupiter at Opposition (July '96)

Perseid Meteor Shower (August '96)

Total Moon Eclipse (September '96)

What's up for October? (October '96)

Light Pollution (November '96)

Winter Solstice (December '96)

Orion (January '97)

Comet Hale-Bopp 1/3 (February '97)

Comet Hale-Bopp 2/3 (March '97)

Comet Hale-Bopp 3/3 (April '97)

Mars in '97 (May '97)

Summer Soltice (June '97)

Venus (16KB, July '97)

Mercury (August '97)

Fall Equinox (September '97)

October '97 Conjunctions (October '97)

Starmen (November '97)

Winter (December '97)



Updated: December 6 '97, December 12 '12

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