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I found this magazine when looking for a review on Mesu mounts. All of the equipment reviews, ATM and DIY articles are awesome. It's one for all hardware lovers, and it's so affordable plus you get access to all the back-issues for free. Has to be the best value mag out there!
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. We offer both print and digital versions and 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 introductions, industry news, ATM articles, astrophotography, and much more.
For our overseas subscribers, you will especially enjoy the access to information on the US astronomy products market, and the many companies that offer equipment you just can't get anywhere else.
To learn more about our publication, just click the "What's Inside" link in the header above. Or check out the sample issue by clicking on the "Sample Issue".
The magazine is a great annual value at only $18US for a US print edition, and only $10US for the digital edition.
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"Since the release of Astronomy Technology Today I haven't missed an issue! To me it's an important piece to my development as an amateur astronomer. There are countless times I've gone back to read past issues because of a purchase decision I am making, or a stumbling block I might be facing."
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