Learn how to edit and process your own nightscape astrophotos using the latest and most popular software.
Join Richard S. Wright Jr. along with Sky & Telescope's Equipment Editor Sean Walker as they help you pick the right camera for astrophotography.
Searching for that perfect astronomy-themed gift for a friend or loved one? Look no further, we've got you covered, with globes, atlases, calendars, and much more! Top 5 Editors' Picks 1. Celestial Globe ($99.95) This 12-inch freestanding globe allows you to explore the stars with an “inside-out” perspective that closely matches what you see in…
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.
If you loved seeing August's solar eclipse and are eager to see another one, don't miss this live webinar on upcoming total and annular solar eclipses.
Join renowned MIT researcher Sara Seager for a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at how we're readying the technology to find and study planets like Earth
With a subscription to Sky & Telescope you'll always know what's coming next of astronomical note — and a whole lot more!
Sky & Telescope's third tour to this astronomical paradise in South America wowed its participants day and night. Here's what they saw!
Join Sky & Telescope Contributing Photographer Babak Tafreshi for a live webinar to learn the secrets of stunning Milky Way photography.
Don't miss the chance to see world-class observatories by day and the amazing southern sky by night during next month's astronomy and stargazing tour in Chile.
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.
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.
Observing Editor JR Johnson-Roehr recently joined a group of astro-tourists in Iceland for the 2016 Sky & Telescope northern lights tour
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.
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.
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!
Join Sky & Telescope Observing Editor JR Johnson-Roehr in Iceland and see the aurora borealis.
Have you ever seen the aurora borealis? Want to join us? Read on for more information on our next trip to Iceland to see the Northern Lights!
A handy S&T field kit and access to iTelescope.Net are just two great benefits of membership.
Join Sky & Telescope Observing Editor JR Johnson-Roehr for our fourth annual trip to Iceland to see the northern lights.
This coming October 2-8, 2016, in concert with Spears Travel, S&T will run its 4th annual trip to Iceland to witness the famed northern lights. For details, see the full itinerary. If you’re already set to book it, do so here. When I joined Sky & Telescope's 3rd annual trip to Iceland last October, I…