This piggyback bracket allows you to quickly reconfigure your telescope with secondary cameras, guide scopes, or other additional accessories.
Here's a quick guide to the essential features that you should look for when buying your first telescope.
This robotic camera platform (introductory price: $999) is designed to automate your ability to shoot extremely- large-scale panoramas.
The series promises to be the most up-to-date and comprehensive deep-sky observing guide available today.
This accessory adapter is designed to attach to any telescope that uses an SCT-threaded interface.
Tele Vue unveils its latest creation for the discerning observer: the new DeLite series eyepieces
Premier astrophotographers Warren Keller and Rogelio Bernal Andreo team up to bring you their latest video tutorial in the "Image Processing for Astrophotography" series.
This compact 11-inch Dobsonian is designed to be as light as possible, with adequate aperture to provide generous detail on the planets as well as many deep-sky targets.
Lunt Engineering now offers big apochromatic binoculars — really big.
Emerald Bay SoftwareEmerald Bay Software brings you StarLog ($24.99), an observing logbook app for your iPad.
Want to see a star rock in real time? Observe the Sun in the crimson light of hydrogen alpha and watch it come alive.
JMI Telescopes expands its range of alt-azimuth tracking drives for lightweight telescope mounts with the addition of the Train-N-Track system for the Explore Scientific Twilight I mount
iOptron's Tri-PieriOptron adds greater stability to its premium telescope mounts with the new Tri-Pier.
Damian Peach www.damianpeach.com World-renowned planetary imager Damian Peach releases the first of his new DVD tutorial series High Resolution Astrophotography. Within you'll find more than 2½ hours of detailed video guides on how to photograph the Sun, Moon, and planets. Peach walks you through userful features in popular image-processing programs including Registax 6, Autostakkert!2, WinJUPOS,…
Celestron continues its partnership with high-end video camera manufacturer The Imaging Source, releasing the Skyris 132M and 132C (monochrome and color) cameras for $369.95 each.
Nikon announces its long-awaited DSLR camera designed exclusively for astrophotography.
Sky-Watcher's AZ-EQ5 GT Mount ($1,649), a multi-purpose Go To telescope mount, is equally useful as a German equatorial mount, or operating in alt-azimuth mode.
DayStar Filters introduces the Quark ($995), a compact solar hydrogen-alpha filter for fast refractors.
Astro Devices introduces the Nexus DSC ($449.95), a digital setting circle computer for your telescope.
See Hawai'i by starlight through the lens of premier astrophotographer Rogelio Bernal Andreo. His first book, Hawai‘i Nights, documents his island adventure.
Vixen’s New Sphinx SX2 German Equatorial Go To mount ($1,599) features precision motors and a hand controller.
Meade Instruments unveils its new Series 5000 Mega Wide Angle eyepieces, featuring an expansive 100° apparent field of view.
Starlight Xpress announces the Lodestar X2 Autoguider ($649), a tiny imaging and autoguiding camera.
Thousand Year Canon of Solar Eclipses: 1501 to 2500 is a comprehensive catalog of essential characteristics of each of the 2,389 solar eclipses occurring throughout this 10-century period, and Thousand Year Canon of Lunar Eclipses: 1501 to 2500 documents 2,424 lunar eclipses in the same time frame.
Baader Planetarium unveils its newest series of narrowband imaging filters specifically designed for fast astrographs.