Mark your calendar for Wednesday, November 9th, when you'll get great background info and travel tips for America's coast-to-coast total solar eclipse. Maybe you've always been curious about why everyone gets excited about total solar eclipses. Maybe you're thinking about traveling to see the one next August 21st, but you're not sure where to go.…
Former S&T editor Dennis di Cicco interviews several vendors about their newest products - watch and find out full details on new lines of astronomy equipment.
Dennis di Cicco talks with several members of the Celestron staff who demonstrate the latest version of the Evolution series of Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes
iOptron’s Roger Rivers tells Dennis di Cicco about the advanced features offered on the company’s extensive line of altazimuth and equatorial telescope mounts.
MeadeMeade’s Scott Byrum and Dennis di Cicco take a look at the company’s line of LX600 telescopes with Starlock technology
Roland Christen gives Dennis di Cicco an overview of Astro-Physics’s brand new 17-inch astrograph, the largest telescope offered by the renowned manufacturer of refractors, astrographs, and German equatorial mounts.
Stellarvue’s Vic Maris shows Dennis di Cicco many of the user-requested features that the company is incorporating in its latest line of refractors and astrographs.
Dennis di Cicco and Finger Lakes Instrumentation’s Gregory Terrance take a look at the latest features of the company’s venerable MicroLine and ProLine CCD cameras and accessories
Welcome to Sky & Telescope’s product videos. Over the past few years, former S&T senior editor Dennis di Cicco has interviewed many manufacturers and vendors of astronomy equipment in an effort to bring their products to life in a way that you will find useful. You can also find these videos on Sky & Telescope's…
Join a live webinar tour of the signature winter constellations — Orion, Canis Major, Taurus and company — and a discussion of what constellations are all about with Tony Flanders.
Watch in-depth conversations between Dennis di Cicco and astronomy vendors to find full details on hot new products and featured equipment.
Sky Watcher product specialist Kevin LeGore gives an overview of the company’s latest offering of telescopes.
Learn the history of Software Bisque, from its introduction of TheSky planetarium software in the 1980s to its evolution of state-of-the-art robotic telescope mounts.
In a quartet of high-quality videos, Sky & Telescope editors offer newcomers solid, objective tips on how to buy, use, equip, and care for new telescopes.
Amateur astronomer Paul Chasse tells S&T senior editor Dennis di Cicco about his experience using iOptron’s radically new ZEQ25 and CEM60 “center-balanced” telescope mounts.
Jim Moronski of Finger Lakes Instrumentation shows S&T senior editor Dennis di Cicco FLI’s latest line of CCD cameras, filter wheels, and precision focusers.
SBIG’s David Morrow shows S&T senior editor Dennis di Cicco the latest products in SBIG’s varied line of astronomical imaging equipment.
S&T senior editor Dennis di Cicco and Sky-Watcher’s Kevin LeGore talk about Sky-Watcher’s wide range of astronomical equipment.
Stellarvue’s Vic Maris highlights the features of some of the company’s newest products, including its new 130-mm apo refractors.
Tele Vue’s Al Nagler gives S&T senior editor Dennis di Cicco an overview of the company’s history and a look at its current lines of eyepieces and telescopes.
Senior editor Dennis di Cicco talks with Tim Puckett about the latest news and products from Apogee Imaging Systems in this product video from NEAF 2014.
April 2014 will be the last month covered by Sky & Telescope's wildly popular SkyWeek TV show.
The planet Mars is high in the evening sky. It’s two weeks past its closest approach to Earth, but it’s still shining as bright as it ever will this year.
Magnificent Leo the Lion, one of the few constellations that really resembles its name, is high in the south. Regulus, its brightest star, is important in history and science.
Late on Monday April 14th or very early on Tuesday morning, weather permitting, everyone in North America gets to witness a total eclipse of the Moon.