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
Spot Uranus and Neptune, and relive the original discoveries.
As August rolls around, it will soon be time for the yearly show of the Perseid meteor shower. And this year the show could be even better than usual, maybe even spectacular. Pick up the issue to find out why
NAME Shoals Astronomy Club ADDRESS University of North Alabama Planetarium Florence, Alabama USA CONTACT Paul Daniel PHONE (256)765-2101or (256)740-2171 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org URL www.shoalsastro.com NUMBER OF MEMBERS 16 OTHER INFORMATION A very friendly observing club. Meetings are held on the last Thursday of the month at 7:00pm. For more info please call contacts. Have dark sky…
NAME Astronomical Association of Southern Illinois ADDRESS P. O. Box 874 Carbondale, IL 62903 USA CONTACT Andrew Edelen PHONE EMAIL email@example.com URL http://www.astroaasi.org NUMBER OF MEMBERS 30 OTHER INFORMATION Meeting are 6:00pm the second Monday of the month at Pagliai's Pizza in Carbondale, Ilinois. We have a Yahoo group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AASI
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NAME Al Sadeem Astronomy ADDRESS Villa #5 Al Nahyan Camp Abu Dhabi 51133 United Arab Emirates CONTACT Alejandro Palado PHONE 055-358-2376 EMAIL email@example.com URL http://abudhabiastronomy.com OTHER INFORMATION Al Sadeem Astronomy was named Abu Dhabi Astronomy and contains 200 members. The objective of the group is to promote astronomy in Abu Dhabi, the entire UAE, and…
Sky & Telescope's July issue reveals the mysteries of Fast Radio Bursts, previews Juno's mission to Jupiter, explores the depths of Aquila's nebulae, and much more.
The Kavli Foundation hosted a Q&A with three astronomers to probe the recent discovery of hard-to-produce heavy elements in a nearby dwarf galaxy. The discovery sheds light on stellar histories and galactic evolution.
Prepare for the 2017 solar eclipse with these basic facts and other resources.
NAME Fair Lawn High School Planetarium ADDRESS Fair Lawn Senior High School 14-00 Berdan Ave. Fair Lawn New Jersey 07410 USA CONTACT Mr. Andrew Temme, Planetarium Director PHONE 201-794-5450 ext 1598 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org URL http://flhs.org/index.php/flhs-planetarium NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION High School Astronomy Club, Bi Annual open house to public
Mars shines low in the southeast at nightfall, closer to Earth than it has been since November 2005. A Sky & Telescope press release.
NAME Lowcountry Stargazers ADDRESS Lowcountry Stargazers PO Box 50187 Summerville, SC 29485-0187 USA CONTACT Jay Messeroff PHONE EMAIL email@example.com URL http://www.lowcountrystargazers.org NUMBER OF MEMBERS 15 OTHER INFORMATION Check our web site to learn more about us.
North Americans with telescopes will be able to spot Mercury's silhouette as the innermost planet crosses the Sun's disk on May 9th for the first time since 2006. Those without telescopes can view the event using Sky & Telescope's exclusive webcast.
NAME Whatcom Assoc. of Celestial Observers ADDRESS WACO PO Box 1721 BURLINGTON Ferndale, WA 98229 USA CONTACT PHONE EMAIL URL http://www.whatcomastronomy.org NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION
NAME Jefferson High School Planetarium ADDRESS 1801 S. 18th St. Lafayette Indiana 47905 USA CONTACT Bill Huston PHONE 765-772-4700, fax: 765-449-3413 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org URL NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION
Wondering what to look at in the night sky with your binoculars? Start with this binocular stargazing catalog with 150 bright, deep-sky objects.
Is red light the best for night? What are Trojan asteroids, and does Earth have such a companion? How can you spot the moons of Mars? The June issue answers these questions and many more.
NAME Buffalo Astronomical Association ADDRESS c/o Buffalo Museum of Science 1020 Humboldt Pkwy. #1 Buffalo, NY 14211 USA CONTACT Mike Anzalone PHONE EMAIL AstronomyRocks@verizon.net URL http://www.BuffaloAstronomy.com NUMBER OF MEMBERS 150 OTHER INFORMATION "For more than seventy years, a meeting place for Western New Yorkers who share in common a love for the wonders of the…