NAME Lehigh Valley Amateur Astronomical Society ADDRESS 620 B East Rock Road Allentown, PA 18103-7525 USA CONTACT LVAAS Planetarium Director PHONE 610-797-3476 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org URL http://lvaas.org/staticpages/index.php?page=200905301019533 NUMBER OF MEMBERS 250+ OTHER INFORMATION LVAAS is a non-profit organization comprised of individuals with a wide range of interest in astronomy. LVAAS is located in eastern Pennsylvania, near…
Thanks to a record haul of new, ultra-distant quasars—powerhouses of light from the farthest reaches of the universe—astrophysicists can now piece together the rise of mighty objects in the early cosmos.
NAME Amateur Astronomers Association of Guyana ADDRESS Georgetown, Guayana CONTACT Ferlin Pedro PHONE 592-621-5096 EMAIL email@example.com URL http://www.facebook.com/groups/1642919542623625/ NUMBER OF MEMBERS 10 OTHER INFORMATION Promoting astronomy and amateur astrophotography in Guyana. We welcome anyone who is generally interested in astronomy, science and space. We look forward having you around!
Follow Curiosity's journey to explore the Red Planet's more habitable past, probe the depths of the Milky Way's dark matter halo, and explore Herschel's ghosts from your backyard - all in the April issue.
NAME Mornington Peninsula Astronomical Society ADDRESS The Briars Mount Martha, Victoria Australia CONTACT David Rolfe PHONE +61 4 13610626 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org URL http://www.mpas.asn.au NUMBER OF MEMBERS 150 OTHER INFORMATION MPAS is approaching 50 years and welcomes members from all over the world to our observing site, located on the outer edge of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The Constellation Glassware series features pints ($16), rocks ($14), and stemless wine glasses ($15) etched with the classical constellations of the Northern Hemisphere’s Winter or Summer skies.
This affordable 114-mm f/4.4 Newtonian reflector features a plate glass parabolic primary mirror in an eye-catching tube.
North American observers can watch the Moon flirt with Earth’s shadow on the evening of February 10th. It occurs early on the 11th as seen from Europe, Africa, and Asia.
CosmoStory rolls out the Cosmo Laser ($25), a laser finder that works with your favorite planetarium app on your smartphone.
DayStar Filters adds to its line of affordable powered solar filters with the Combo Quark ($995).
NAME Roy L. and Clara Belle Wiley Planetarium ADDRESS Delta State University Wiley Planetarium DSU Box 3262 Cleveland, MS 38733 USA CONTACT Dr. Adam Johanson PHONE 662-846-4478 EMAIL email@example.com URL http://www.deltastate.edu/planetarium/ NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION
The Sirius Pro AZ/EQ-G Computerized Go To Telescope Mount ($1,499) can operate as a German equatorial mount or in alt-azimuth mode.
NAME Brunswick Astronomy Club ADDRESS 2787 Michael Drive Brunswick, OH 44212 USA CONTACT Allan Cook PHONE 330-460-3057 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org URL http://Brunswickastronomyclub.com NUMBER OF MEMBERS 22 OTHER INFORMATION The Brunswick Astronomy Club is a non-profit, educational organization established in 1991. Our goal is to bring, both novice and advanced, amateur astronomers together in the excitement of…
Introduce your children to the joys of astronomy with Stars: A Family Guide to the Night Sky ($16.95).
Explore the Milky Way, from its ultra-faint companion dwarf galaxies to its plethora of super-Earths, plus find binocular and deep-sky targets for tonight in the March 2017 issue.
SBIG introduces the STX Guider ($999) — choose faint guide stars by intercepting light from the optical path before it passes through the imaging filters.
The latest astrograph from Takahashi, the FSQ-130ED ($12,795), is a flat-field astrograph that accommodate the largest detectors on the market today.
Here’s the info you’ll need to “save the date” for some of the top stargazing events in the U.S. and Canada for the coming year.
Peruse a gallery of ultra-faint galaxies, the subject of Keith Bechtol's feature article in the April 2017 issue of Sky & Telescope. Wide-field surveys are accelerating discoveries of these elusive companions to the Milky Way.
Canadian Telescopes introduces the NexDome Observatory (starting at $1,795 for the dome only).
Explore an astronomy revolution fomented 30 years ago by Supernova 1987A and learn how supermassive black holes bind to their galaxies in this issue of Sky & Telescope.
SBIG announces its newest entry in its STXL camera series, the STXL-16200 ($6,995).
Here's a quick guide to the essential features that you should look for when buying your first telescope.
The annual Geminid meteor shower should reach its peak late on December 13th, but bright moonlight will wash out most of this year's meteors.
QHYCCD rolls out the PoleMaster ($268), an electronic polar finderscope that helps you quickly and easily achieve near-perfect polar alignment.