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iOptron's CEM120 Equatorial Mount: This heavyweight in iOptron's growing line of telescope mounts offers lots more than just a big payload capacity. Nov 1, 2018 2266
Quest for the. Sep 1, 2018 760
Image-Intensified Observing: The versatility of this new light-amplifying observing system just might make it a game-changer in the world of amateur astronomy. Product/service evaluation Jun 1, 2018 2457
Sky-Watcher's Stargate 18-inch Dobsonian. Product/service evaluation Mar 18, 2018 2804
Celestron's CGX Mount: this highly versatile German equatorial mount can fill the needs of many visual observers and astrophotographers. Product/service evaluation Nov 1, 2017 2707
How to shoot a solar eclipse: a little advance planning can help make your pictures memorable. Aug 1, 2017 3273
Takahashi's FSQ-130ED Super APO astrograph: this 5.1-inch f/5 telescope promises unsurpassed imaging performance for today's large-format astronomical cameras. Product/service evaluation Mar 1, 2017 2020
Tele Vue's new DeLite Eyepieces. Product/service evaluation Sep 1, 2015 631
S&T test report: Takahashi's new [epsilon]-130D astrograph: a premier astrograph from the days of film-based photography gets an update for the digital age.. Product/service evaluation May 1, 2014 1352
John Lowry Dobson, 1915-2014: there's more to the Dobsonian revolution than a telescope design. Obituary Apr 1, 2014 637
Stellarvue's new SVR102T Raptor apo: even in today's crowded arena of 4-inch apo refractors, this scope stands out. Product/service evaluation Sep 1, 2013 1533
iOptron's SkyTracker: the newest tracking platform for camera-only astrophotography is among the best ever. Product/service evaluation May 1, 2013 1740
Officina Stellare's Veloce RH200 astrograph: this 8-inch f/3 catadioptric system hits a lot of sweet spots for today's astrophotographers. Product/service evaluation Apr 1, 2013 1333
Celestron's SkyProdigy 6: could this telescope set a new standard for a beginner's ideal instrument? Product/service evaluation Mar 1, 2013 1841
The ONAG from innovations foresight: the digital revolution (and the ONAG) gives us a new way to guide our astrophotos. Product/service evaluation Dec 1, 2012 1883
The Sky-Watcher Quantum 120 refractor. Product/service evaluation Jun 1, 2012 1205
Explore Scientific's hyperwide eyepiece. Product/service evaluation Apr 1, 2012 1017
Rethinking solar eclipse photography: digital photography is changing the ground rules for eclipse chasers. Apr 1, 2012 1332
Sky-watcher's newest apo refractor: don't be fooled by its modest cost; this 120-mm apo delivers images that are on par with premium-priced instruments. Product/service evaluation Oct 1, 2009 1408
Tele Vue's flagship imaging system: without compromising its visual performance, Tele Vue's top-of-the-line apo refractor is now customized for astrophotography. Product/service evaluation Jul 1, 2007 2404
Pint-size powerhouse: Tele VueEs TV-60. . Dec 1, 2004 2475
King of the chips: SBIG's STL-11000M. Jul 1, 2004 3679
More stars than you can count. Apr 1, 2004 364
The new face of planetary astronomy: last August Mars was 1 1/2 Earth diameters closer to us than anytime since the invention of the telescope, but that's not the only reason we got our best-ever look at the red planet. Dec 1, 2003 1263
TEC's 5 1/2-inch Apochromat: there's no denying that high-end apochromatic refractors are currently enjoying an unprecedented wave of popularity. Here's one of the reasons. Dec 1, 2003 2685
Martian mooning. Dec 1, 2003 588
Milky Way over Manhattan? Nov 1, 2003 456
Double disappearing act. Oct 1, 2001 503
Totality from the deep freeze: the chance to glimpse Comet Hale-Bopp during last March's solar eclipse was a first-ever opportunity for observers. Aug 1, 1997 1762
A CCD camera buzzword primer. Aug 1, 1997 2419
April's Aldebaran occultation. Jul 1, 1997 335
The Kendrick Dew Remover System. May 1, 1994 1041
Where are the ambassadors? Apr 1, 1994 1064
How faint can you see? Apr 1, 1994 2145
Photographing the Perseids. Column Aug 1, 1993 1083

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