Send your solution to Gail Allen for 10 beans!
Your job is to place stars next to suns. Each star is attached to one sun. There are as many stars as there are suns. The numbers across the top and down the side tell you how many stars are in the respective row or column. A star can only be found horizontally or vertically adjacent to a sun. Stars are never adjacent to each other, neither vertically, horizontally or diagonally. A sun might be next to two stars, but will only ever be connected to one.
Solving Alte puzzles is usually a sure-fire way to get beans, provided the submitters are offering them, of course. But don't do them for the beans. Do them to get your brain all fired up and stuff.