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Dire, J.R. 2017, Bo├Âtes' Best Star Cluster, Reflector, 69, 3, 9.
Dire, J.R. 2017, The Paramount MyT Robotic Telescope Mount, Astronomy Technology Today, 11, 3, 35-43.
Dire, J.R. 2017, The Other Leo Trio, Reflector, 69, 2, 9.
Dire, J.R. 2017, The Stellarvue SV70T, Astronomy Technology Today, 11, 2, 31-36.
Dire, J.R. 2017, The Celestron CGEM II German Equatorial Mount, Astronomy Technology Today, 11, 1, 47-53.
Dire, J.R. 2016, The Manta Ray Cluster, Reflector, 69, 1, 9.
Dire, J.R. 2016, The iOptron Cube Pro 8300, Astronomy Technology Today, 10, 6, 67-70.
Dire, J.R. 2016, Barnard's Galaxy, Reflector, 68, 4, 8.
Dire, J.R. 2016, The TPO 6-Inch Newtonian Telescope, Astronomy Technology Today, 10, 3, 67-70.
Dire, J.R. 2016, Ptolomy's Cluster, Reflector, 68, 3, 9.
Dire, J.R. 2016, The Whale and the Pup, Reflector, 68, 2, 9.
Dire, J.R. 2015. Discovery Telescopes Premium DHQ Newtonian, Reflectors, Astronomy Technology Today, 9, 5, 55-60.
Dire, J.R. 2015, NGC7789 - Caroline's Rose in Cassiopeia, Reflector 68, 1.
Dire, J.R. 2015, The Helix Nebula, Reflector 67, 4, 8.
Dire, J.R. 2015. The Explore Scientific AR152 Achromatic Refractor, Astronomy Technology Today, 9, 3, 32-35.
Dire, J.R. 2015. 500,000 Reasons to View M22, Reflector, 67, 3, 8
Dire, J.R. 2015. Two in the View in Ursa Major, Reflector, 67, 2, 8
Dire, J.R. 2014. The Kendrick Imaging Power Panel, Astronomy Technology Today, 8 ,6, 50-51.
Dire, J.R. 2014. Fraternal Twins in Gemini, Reflector, 67, 1, 8
Dire, J.R. 2014. The Explore Scientific ED Triplet Essential Series 80mm Apochromatic Refractor, Astronomy Technology Today, 8, 5,49-53.
Dire, J.R. 2014. The Iris Nebula, Reflector, 66, 4, 8
Dire, J.R. 2014. The William Optics Star 71 Refractor, Astronomy Technology Today, 8, 4, 33-37.
Dire, J.R. 2014. The Dumbbel Nebula, Reflector, 66, 3, 8
Dire, J.R. 2014. Installing a MoonLite CR Newtonian Focuser, Astronomy Technology Today, 8, 2, 45-49.
Dire, J.R. 2014. Sky-Watcher USA 80 mm and 100mm ProED Doublet APO Refractors, Astronomy Technology Today, 8, 1, 43-47.
Dire, J.R. 2014. M42 and the Trapezium, Reflector, 66, 2, 8
Dire, J.R. 2013. Sky-Watcher USA 120mm ProED Doublet APO Refractor, Astronomy Technology Today, 7, 6, 35-39.
Dire, J.R. 2013. The William Optics Gran Turismo 102-mm Refractor, Astronomy Technology Today, 7, 5, 67-71.
Dire, J.R. 2013. Pegasus's Best Galaxy, Reflector, 66, 1, 8
Dire, J.R. 2013. The William Optics Gran Turismo 81-mm Refractor, Astronomy Technology Today, 7, 4, 37-41.
Dire, J.R. 2013. The Cocoon Nebula, Reflector, 65, 3, 10
Dire, J.R. 2013. Planetary Observations for Young Astronomy, Reflector, 65, 2, 7
Dire, J.R. 2012. Two Great Star Clusters in Puppis, Reflector, 65, 1, 8
Dire, J.R. 2012. A Striking Edge-on Spiral Galaxy in Andromeda, Reflector, 64, 4, 7.
Dire, J.R. 2012. The Bridal Veil Nebula, Reflector, 64, 3, 8.
Dire, J.R. 2012. The Astromaster 76 Telescope, Astronomy Technology Today, 6, 4, 67-71.
Dire, J.R. 2012. A Trio of Spiral Galaxies, Reflector, 64, 2, 8.
Dire, J.R. 2012. Observing the June 2012 Venus Transit, Astronomy Technology Today, 6, 2, 33-37.
Dire, J.R. 2011. Who, Who Wants to Find the Owl Cluster?, Reflector, 64, 1, 8.
Dire, J.R. 2011. A Pleasant Surprise in Sculptor, Reflector, 63, 4, 8.
Dire, J.R. 2011. The Stellarvue SV70 Achromatic Refractor, Astronomy Technology Today, 5, 6, 39-42.
Dire, J.R. 2011. Three Globular Clusters in Hercules, Reflector, 63, 3, 8.
Dire, J.R. 2011. M86 and Markarian's Chain, Reflector, 63, 2, 8.
Dire, J.R. 2011. The William Optics Megrez 120-mm Refractor, Astronomy Technology Today, 5, 1, 36-38.
Dire, J.R. 2010. T'is the Season for Star Clusters, Reflector, 63, 1, 8.
Dire, J.R. 2010. Selecting a German Equatorial Mount, Astronomy Technology Today, 4, 5, 35-39.
Dire, J.R. 2010. Astrophotography with a Canon EF 70-200 f2.8L IS USM Lens, Astronomy Technology Today, 4, 1, 45-48.
Dire, J.R. 2010. A Rare Celestial Pair, Reflector, 62, 4 8.
Dire, J.R. 2009. The Cambridge Double Star Atlas, Astronomy Technology Today, 3, 4, 63-65.
Dire, J.R. 2009. The Orion 190 mm Maksutov-Newtonian Astrograph, Astronomy Technology Today, 3, 3, 61-64.