No matter what your level of interest in planetary exploration, you won't want to miss S&T's live webinar on Saturday, January 28th. Hear Alan Stern's personal take on how NASA's New Horizons spacecraft got to Pluto and what we learned once it got there.
Stellar streams are the remains of dwarf galaxies that once orbited the Milky Way. We showcase here stunning images of these galactic ghosts.
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.
In our March 2017 issue we included a diagram of all small, confirmed exoplanets in their stars’ habitable zones. Here’s the saga of how we decided which planets to put on that list.
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.
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.
The International Astronomical Union has named an asteroid for Fred Schaaf, longtime Sky & Telescope contributing editor.
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.
If you see something questionable in a recent issue of Sky & Telescope magazine, check here to see a list of clarifications and errors that have been found.
Observing Editor JR Johnson-Roehr recently joined a group of astro-tourists in Iceland for the 2016 Sky & Telescope northern lights tour
Looking for a new deep-sky challenge? Turn your scope toward ACO 426, the Perseus Galaxy Cluster.
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.…
Explore the solar system: see Ceres through Dawn's eyes, and Pluto's moons through the eyes of New Horizon. Then take a tour of cosmic time and space with these popular celestial sights.
Sky & Telescope has put together a digest of active missions in 2017. We’ve included astrophysics, planetary, gravity, solar, space weather, and stellar projects.
The November 2016 Sky & Telescope recaps the 75 most exciting years for astronomy in human history -- since its issue number 1 in 1941.
Wondering where to go to witness next year's total solar eclipse? Sky & Telescope is proud to offer a newly developed tour based in eastern Wyoming.
Sky & Telescope celebrates 75 years with a special anniversary issue! Find out how it all began and catch the highlights of astronomy over the decades.
PURCHASE PRINT ISSUE | PURCHASE DIGITAL ISSUE | PURCHASE BACK ISSUES | SUBSCRIBE Shedding Light on Pluto, Finding Life on Mars New Horizons' flight past Pluto last year revealed a stunning world we couldn't have dreamed up — now scientists are sifting through the data, trying to make sense of this frozen wonderland. A little…
Capture stunning nightscapes with expert advice from Babak Tafreshi - join our live webinar on Monday, August 22nd.
The next cool project to try with your telescope and/or camera: amateur spectroscopy. Learn how in our live webinar with S&T contributing editor Tom Field.
Iceland is a country full of fascinating contradictions, none so mysterious as its aurora. Come explore with Sky & Telescope in October 2016!
The minute distortions of weak gravitational lensing may hold the key to dark matter and dark energy, Big Data promises — and threatens — to overrun astronomy, and videography just got a whole lot easier.
New research on Eta Carinae featured in S&T's October 2016 issue lets you peer in and around Eta Carinae's Homunculus Nebula.
Join Sky & Telescope Observing Editor JR Johnson-Roehr in Iceland and see the aurora borealis.