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Join TravelQuest International with Astronomy and Discover magazines on one of three great tour options surrounding this celestial spectacle View the brochure ». Astronomy's Senior Editor Michael Bakich covers 25 important things to think about for this summer's total solar eclipse. Read more>>>. The Event Horizon Telescope will peer into the space immediately surrounding our galaxy's...
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Sky & Tel covers the latest night-sky events, astronomy news, astrophotography and observing tips. Also browse our video & podcast guides to tonight's sky. Any time you’re viewing a partially eclipsed Sun, you need to protect your eyes. These ISO and CE certified eclipse-viewing glasses filter out 100% of harmful ultraviolet and infrared. Get your pack of 25 viewers today and make sure...
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Vixen has introduced a remarkable looking 7-element ocular that yields an expansive 83° apparent field. Yet the optical somersaults entailed in doing so are achieved without harm to the final image, yielding a stellar field with sharp edge-to-edge field definition with no vignetting – even on...
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We are introducing two new regular features in the Spring issue: “Adventures in ATM” and “Milky Way Chronicles”. The former article includes notes from Andre Hiejkoop’s ATM journal. The latter will preview one of David Lane’s stunning Milky Way panoramas along with the “story behind the picture”...
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SkyNews, the magazine of astronomy and stargazing, is your guide to observing the night sky. On our website you can find out what's up in the sky this week and a collection of resources for amateur astronomers. This is your second home widget box. To edit please go to Appearance > Widgets and...
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Kalmbach Publishing Co., an independent and privately held publishing company in Waukesha, Wisconsin, is home to some of the world's best-selling hobby and leisure time magazines. Find exciting careers in publishing at a company where customers and employees are treated like VIPs. Kalmbach produces 15 magazines and a host of special-interest publications (SIPs). We also maintain nearly 30...
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This is the home page of The Astronomer group, TA for short. We produce a magazine for the advanced amateur and our aim is to publish all observations of astronomical interest as soon as possible after they are made. The magazine has been published monthly since 1964 and subscribers are found all over the world. Back issues of magazines dating back to 1977 are available and early volumes of the...
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Explanation: Some 60 million light-years away in the southerly constellation Corvus, two large galaxies are colliding. Stars in the two galaxies, cataloged as NGC 4038 and NGC 4039, very rarely collide in the course of the ponderous cataclysm that lasts for hundreds of millions of years. But the galaxies' large clouds of molecular gas and dust often do, triggering furious episodes of star...
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Distributed Telescope System (DTS) - DTS is a project to deploy a net of 27 autonomous telescopes that will be placed from Greeneland down to Antarctica. Aberrator - Freeware software program that helps determine the quality of your telescope optics with classic star testing plus much more. Linux Astronomy HOWTO - One of the many HOWTO documents for Linux with emphasis on the use of Linux in...
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Download the latest issue of Practical Astronomy Magazine. Our mission is to help amateurs actually do astronomy, whether it's observing, imaging, visiting events or getting involved with astronomical societies and also sharing their experiences by contributing articles and images. Continue.. This site uses cookies. By using this site without changing your browser cookie settings, you are...
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On a chilly February evening in 1889 in San Francisco, astronomers from Lick Observatory and members of the Pacific Coast Amateur Photographic Association — fresh from viewing the New Year’s Day total solar eclipse north of the City — met to share pictures and experiences. Edward Holden, Lick’s first director, complimented the amateurs on their service to science, and proposed to continue the...
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First Light is a new kind of astronomy magazine, fully digital and interactive. It is designed for tablets and smartphones, but you can also read it with a computer. Have a look! Twenty years after their discoveries, astronomers are more convinced than ever: exoplanets are plentiful in our galaxy. Giants or midgets, torrid or frozen, denser than lead or lighter than water, what are they like?...
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If you're an advanced star gazing enthusiast or would like to learn more about getting into the hobby, you need to subscribe to Astronomy Technology Today! We are the only magazine in the world dedicated entirely to telescopes and related equipment. As a subscriber you can view every back issue online, which means that you'll have access to over 400 reviews, how to articles, new product...
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The Astronomical League is an umbrella organization of amateur astronomy clubs and societies. Currently their membership consists of over 240 organizations across the United States. The mission of the Astronomical League is to promote the science of astronomy through encouraging public interest via local astronomy clubs. The name of this star may seem somewhat familiar. There’s another star in...
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An Amateur Astrophotography Online Magazine for the novice and professional, written by the novice and professional. Published bi-monthly free magazine. Welcome to the wonderful world of astro- photography. I first began my journey over 5 years ago, when I saw these amazing images of earthly landscapes beneath endless starry skies posted online as part of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year...
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Get the latest space exploration, innovation and astronomy news. Space.com celebrates humanity's ongoing expansion across the final frontier. 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Foreign Titles Seem to Settle Debate, Add Insight About Film. This Company Is Poised to Generate Satellite Images of the Entire Earth — Every Day. SpaceX Launches 1st Private Rocket from Historic NASA Pad — Then Sticks a...
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Science magazine founded by Australia's chief scientist Alan Finkel makes the latest discoveries accessible to everyone with beautiful pictures and great. Geraint F. Lewis’ day job involves creating synthetic universes on supercomputers. They can be overwhelmingly bizarre, unstable places. The question that compels him is: how did our universe come to be so perfectly tuned for stability and...
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Welcome, come in to the 507th Carnival of Space! The Carnival is a community of space science and astronomy writers and bloggers, who submit their best work each week for your benefit. I’m Susie Murph, part of the team at Universe Today and CosmoQuest. So now, on to this week’s stories! Elizabeth Turtle , a researcher at NASA’s JHUAPL, reveals the latest details of “the Dragonfly” – a proposal...
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Information about magazines and links to their websites. Acoustic Guitar The magazine for acoustic guitar players, from beginners to performing professionals. Through interviews, reviews, workshops, sheet music, and song transcriptions, the monthly's readers learn music from around the globe and get to know the artists who create it. With product reviews and expert advice, Acoustic Guitar also...
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It began in a trivial enough way. Early one evening in January 1970, Craig Halverson, Doug Duncan and I, all of the Griffith Observatory staff, were sitting at a table in La Villa Taxco, a Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles which is one of the more popular haunts of planetarium employees on their dinner hour. The bowl of corn chips and the supply of hot sauce were dwindling. Conversation turned...
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