ATT Volume 14 Issue 6

In this issue Dr. James Dire shows how SkyTools 4 offers functionality not found in other software packages; Mike Weasner views the moon, planets, and deep sky objects with Explore Scientific’s 2″ 14MM 100° and 2″ 5.5MM 100° eyepieces; John Crisp Explains why iOptron has a winner in the Tri- Pier 360; Dave Snay shows how to collimate without losing dark sky time with the Hubble Artificial Star(s); Marcin Klapczynski takes a hands-free ride into the binocular universe by building a parallelogram mount for astronomical binoculars; to the rescue of Doug Reilly’s broken Telrad; plus industry news, new products and more!

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