Editor: John O'Neill.
Update 19 Dec 2017: Sky-High 2018 has now been printed and is available for sale. (IAS members will be mailed a free printed copy).
What's in Sky-High for 2018:
Sky Diary for 2018; The Planets in 2018; Comets in 2018; Meteors Showers in 2018; Asteroids in 2018; Variable Stars in 2018; Eclipses in 2018; Space Science Missions 2018; "Leslie Peltier: Variables, Comets and Starlight Nights"; "An Observer's Life in Astronomy Books"; "When Planets Disappear", "The Present becomes the Past" and more.
It features a colour gallery and has 28 A4 pages.
IAS members will be mailed a free printed copy of Sky-High 2018 as a benefit of membership. An electronic version of Sky-High (pdf) is available to IAS members only, on request, by email (for their own private use only).
Sky-High 2018 is available for purchase:
Sky-High 2018 is also a free benefit of IAS membership.
Sky-High is produced by voluntary effort. All proceeds go to the Irish Astronomical Society (for the benefit of Amateur Astronomy).
In the Diary for 12 February: For "12 Massalia" read "20 Massalia". The number of Massalia is correct elsewhere. (Thanks to P.Carroll for pointing this out).
On page 3, column 2, line 3: For "Pocket Star Atlas", read "Pocket Sky Atlas".
Page 18: the left-hand photo (of the sundial) is actually by J. O'Neill.
On Page 11, column 2 under Neptune: For "3.7 magnitude star Phi Aquarii", read "4.2 magnitude star Phi Aquarii".
Previous issues of Sky-High from 2004 to 2017 are available as a free of charge PDF download. Click on the covers below. They may not be sold or modified. They may be downloaded and printed for your personal use only.