Nick Risinger's SkyGuide planetarium app
Celestron introduces a new line of planetary cameras.
ADM's new Mini-MAX Guidescope Aiming Device
JMI updates its flagship NGT-18 Newtonian.
Learn all about our home galaxy.
Wide-angle oculars from Olivon
Learn how to use one of the most powerful astro-imaging programs.
Premium Orthos with a convenient multi-port turret.
S&T senior editor Dennis di Cicco talks to Southern Stars founder Tim DeBenedictis about his plans to launch a cube satellite from the International Space Station later this year. He also discusses the company's new software for computer and mobile devices for tracking satellites. See additional videos from the 2013 Northeast Astronomy Forum held...
S&T senior editor Dennis di Cicco talks to Astro-Physics technical support staff about the company's recently introduced 1100GTO German equatorial mount, absolute encoder option as shown on the 1600GTO, Right-Angle Polar Alignment Scope, 10x60 Vario Finder with Quick Release Guider Bracket and the Astro-Physics Command Center (APCC) software with Horizons. See additional videos from...
A new photographic lunar atlas for the 21st century observer.
An innovative new mount from iOptron offers greater load distribution.
TheSkyX now offers CCD imaging capabilities.
Pioneers of night-sky photography
The popular star atlas undergoes a major update
New mount functions in 3 different configurations
A new multi-megapixel camera for the budget-minded imager.
A new tracking head for landscape astrophotographers.
Our 15th annual roundup of Hot Products highlights the most intriguing new astronomy gear in the worldwide market.
S&T senior editor Dennis di Cicco and Apogee Imaging Systems’ Wayne Brown talk about the company’s new Aspen CCD cameras, as well as recent improvements made to other cameras and filter wheels. Return to the Advanced Imaging Conference 2012 page. Return to our Product Videos page.
Watch Dennis di Cicco's recent interview with Apogee Imaging Systems’ president Wayne Brown at the 2012 Advanced Imaging Conference.
Everything you'll need to know to shoot the planets with your DSLR.
A sturdy new solution for taking your Paramount MX on the road.
Takahashi updates its classic APO
Celestron's 5-megapixel planetary camera