Learn how to get the most out of your astro-imaging equipment with this informative live webinar hosted by S&T contributing editor Richard S. Wright, Jr.
The Royal Observatory Greenwich has announced the winners of the 9th annual Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest.
A huge, white storm is raging on Neptune, and its location is baffling astronomers. How can a storm system this large exist at the planet's equator?
Here are several ideas for photographers to use when shooting the August 21st eclipse
Several hundred amateurs gathering on Breezy Hill in Springfield, Vermont for the 82nd annual Stellafane convention.
If you want the best results from your eclipse photos, you'll need to do some processing. Equipment Editor Sean Walker walks us through processing photos from the 2010 Easter Island eclipse.
Join S&T's live webinar to learn the secrets of how to take awe-inspiring time-lapse videos of the Earth and sky at night.
50-mm refractor and solar filter kits
Join Sky & Telescope Contributing Photographer Babak Tafreshi for a live webinar to learn the secrets of stunning Milky Way photography.
The Sun has been unusually quiet lately. Since the start of 2017, only a single tiny sunspot has made a brief appearance on the solar disk.
Join a live webinar with renowned astrophotographer Babak Tafreshi to learn some advanced techniques that can improve your landscape astrophotography.
Interested in capturing stunning images of the Moon and planets? Join S&T's live astrophotography webinar on Monday, November 21st, and learn what it takes.
The gas giant is emerging in the glow of dawn sporting an tumultuous North Temperate Belt.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts a strong chance of geomagnetic activity tonight, October 13–14.
Capture stunning nightscapes with expert advice from Babak Tafreshi - join our live webinar on Monday, August 22nd.
Sky & Telescope is starting a series of webinars with premier astrophotographers that have a look in each of the image-processing software on the market today: our first is an overview of PixInsight with guest expert Warren Keller.
The North East Region of the Astronomical League (NERAL) announces the presentation of the prestigious 2015 NERAL Walter Scott Houston award to former Sky & Telescope editor Dennis di Cicco.
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.
Sky & Telescope's third annual trip to Iceland, this time accompanied by Equipment Editor Sean Walker, provides a fantastic opportunity to photograph the aurora borealis.
This weekend features the world's largest astronomy expo, the Northeast Astronomy Forum (NEAF), in Suffern, New York.
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.
An anomalous “cloud” imaged by amateurs in 2012 has puzzled astronomers, spurring some to suggest it was at inexplicably high altitudes above Mars’s surface.
Donald C. Parker, a planetary imaging pioneer, passed away in Miami, Florida on February 22, 2015.