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Night Skies in December
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Night Skies in December

The night skies of December will be the subject this week on the Sky-Watcher What’s Up? Webcast. The Sky-Watcher team will check out the night skies of December; from the full moon, comets, meteor showers to a selection of deep sky targets to image and observe. The Sky-Watcher What’s Up? […]

ZWO EAF Bracket
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ZWO EAF Bracket

The Buckeystagazer Shop was launched last year to offer quality 3D printed telescope and astrophotography accessories at affordable prices. They are now offering a new ZWO EAF bracket for the Starlight Instruments Feather Touch Micro Focuser. This focuser is a popular upgrade for many scopes and this new bracket allows […]

SkySafari 7 Pro
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SkySafari 7 Pro

SkySafari 7 Pro has been released by Simulation Curriculum offering support for iOS 15 and iPhone 13. Version 7 brings a new and immersive stargazing experience including one of the largest databases of any astronomy app, extreme accuracy, advanced planning and logging tools, and high performance telescope control. SkySafari 7 […]

wifi-Aline
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wifi-Aline

The wifi-Aline from Rigel Systems enhances the accurate collimation of Dobsonian and Newtonian telescopes by sending a real-time video stream of the telescope optics wirelessly to a tablet, phone or computer’s display. The wifi-Aline does not require any additional apps, applications, or other software downloads for use on computers, tablets […]

ATT Volume 15 Issue 9
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ATT Volume 15 Issue 9

In this issue Dr. James Dire shows how the Sky-Watcher Evoguide 50ED with a field flattener may very well be the most affordable 50mm Apo-quality imaging system on the market; Mike Weasner demonstrates how, the no matter what your sky conditions, using the Explore Scientific 2″ UHC Filter will enhance […]

Winter Star Party 2022
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Winter Star Party 2022

The Winter Star Party 2022 “WSP” will again be held in the Florida Keys at Camp Weesumkee from Jan 31st – Feb 6th, 2022. The event is hosted by the Southern Cross Astronomical Society of Miami and is unique in that it occurs mid-winter during the height of the Florida […]

Pegasus Astro Pocket Powerbox Micro
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Pegasus Astro Pocket Powerbox Micro

The Pegasus Astro Pocket Powerbox Micro is designed for the “grab and go” astrophotographer. The device can provide up to 10 amps of power, has four 12V outputs, two dew heater channels, an adjustable voltage power output and an environmental sensor to monitor humidity and temperature (dew point). A powerful […]

AAS Willmann-Bell Titles Now Available
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AAS Willmann-Bell Titles Now Available

Earlier this year The American Astronomical Society (AAS) announced the acquisition of the remarkable inventory of books, star atlases, and software produced and sold by Willmann-Bell, Inc., founded in 1973 by Perry and Patricia Remaklus of Richmond, Virginia. As many are familiar, for decades Willmann-Bell was among the most respected […]

Orion 2″ Photo-Visual Coma Corrector
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Orion 2″ Photo-Visual Coma Corrector

The new Orion 2″ Photo-Visual Coma Corrector for Newtonians minimizes the coma inherent in fast Newtonian reflectors with focal ratios from f/3.5 to f/6. Coma appears as flared, comet-shaped stars and gets progressively worse farther out from the center of the field. This coma corrector greatly reduces this effect as […]

Shelyak UVEX Spectrograph
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Shelyak UVEX Spectrograph

The Shelyak UVEX Spectrograph is a cross Czerny-Turner spectrograph design optimized for wavelengths from near UV (<400nm) to near IR (1µm) to get the best from new cameras and achromatic telescopes. As the company notes, “The UVEX Spectrograph is particularly suitable for use on Ritchey-Chretien type telescopes with a diameter […]