From a casual exploration of the new-upload libraries of online services, and seeing recent freeware and shareware offerings, there is no question that plenty of programmers are still hacking away in their dens and basements. Furthermore, the creators of these utilities are more imaginative than those nearly two decades ago when Sky & Telescope's...
Dozens of free or inexpensive computer programs can aid your observing or simply allow you to explore the sky.
Handy and free observing and optics utilities.
Contact information for commercial developers of astronomical software.
Examples of celestial computation from the dawn of the home-computer age.
Some things to look at and think about while this blogger is away.
Back home from the range, Stuart Goldman is ready to process some vacation photos.
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Even Harry Potter would enjoy this method of steering a scope.
Light pollution has never been so fun to explore.
Try out a new addition to our suite of interactive observing tools.
Google Earth just got cooler, again!
This new computer is ready for the latest astro software.
Google's interactive star map has a bunch of new features.
Web star maps based on Google Maps are on their way.
We made some tweaks to our website.
What's that on my iPod?
A new contender in astronomical software is coming from the other giant software company in the universe.
A well-known astronomical tool has a new name, but everything else is the same.
Google's interactive sky map has been released in Web-browser form.
Celestial audio tours from Celestron are part of the latest Google Sky update.
Dozens of new products debut at the Northeast Astronomy Forum & Telescope Show.
Software giant Microsoft wants to show you the universe with its WorldWide Telescope.
Psst. Microsoft's virtual observatory," the WorldWide Telescope, is coming to your Web browser.