I enjoy contacting Stephen James O’Meara now and then to let him know of some neat observation I was able to make. It was probably a year ago that told him of my seeing Sirius naked-eye during the daytime (8 min after sunrise). He told me that he had written an article many years ago about an Icelandic man who had seen several stars with the naked-eye during the daytime. He said that it was probably on the online archives of his Secret Sky column. Well, I don’t have a subscription to Astronomy magazine and haven’t gotten one because I’m not a big fan of them since I find their deep-sky articles lacking. So I was wondering if someone who was a subscriber to them might be bothered to go back through O’Meara’s Secret Sky archives online and see if they can find the article he mentioned? So far I’ve managed to see four stars naked-eye and I would really be grateful to know how faint that Icelandic guy was able to see. Of course, if that seems like a lot of trouble, a person could always PM me and give me their access code and I could do it. I won’t lie though – given the chance, I might read some of O’Meara’s other archived Secret Sky columns while I’m at it! Don’t do it unless you want to. I’m just asking to save myself the cost of a subscription that I wouldn’t get much out. Hope that isn't weird!