Author: Lance Palmer

Volume 11 Issue 4
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Volume 11 Issue 4

We are sad to announce that we have lost a long time astro-product innovator and a close friend of those of us in the magazine. We have been fortunate to work with Howie Glatter since the formation of the magazine over 10 years ago and he was always very kind […]

Volume 11, Issue 3
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Volume 11, Issue 3

In this issue Editor Gary Parkerson talks about the astronomers, cyclists and other extraordinarily generous souls he has met during his Pedaling Astronomer Project; Dr. James Dire shows how the Paramount MYT Robotic Telescope Mount is capable of every pound of its rated capacity; Roy Parish, Gary Parkerson and Austin […]

Volume 11, Issue 2
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Volume 11, Issue 2

In this issue Editor Gary Parkerson discusses bringing friends to a star party; Dr. James R. Dire discusses how the Stellarvue SV70T is everything its advertised to be; Tony Bryan writes part one to his design and construction of a 28-inch f/3.6 Dob; Eric Gentry explains what solar eclipse glasses […]

Volume 9, Issue 4
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Volume 9, Issue 4

In this issue Editor Gary Parkerson highlights his experiences at OKIE-TEX 2015, Richard S. Wright, Jr. shows that the Nikon D810a is a formidable challenger for astro imaging, Mark Zaslove test drives the 10Micron GM 1000 HPS Mount, Cliff De Lacy demonstrates how to observe the Sun in color with […]

Volume 9, Issue 3
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Volume 9, Issue 3

In this issue Dr. James Dire test drives the Explore Scientific AR152 Achromatic Refractor; Richard Wright demonstrates how the Sky-Watcher Esprit Apos Are among the best Apo values on the market today; Ron Brecher shows how the IP4AP PixInsight Tutorial Series can take your image-processing skills to a new level; […]

Volume 9, Issue 2
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Volume 9, Issue 2

In this issue editor Gary Parkerson examines the accurate, capable, and versatile Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Astro Package; André Van der Elst test drives the New Baader Solar Filters (BSF); Ed Turco takes a deep dive into designing the optimum 6-inch F/8 ATM Newtonian; Dragan Nikin introduces the Interstellarum Deep Sky […]

Volume 9, Issue 1
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Volume 9, Issue 1

In this issue read Alan Dyer’s “Time-Lapse Tools and Toys: A Survey of Neat Stuff for Shooting Time-lapses of the Night Sky”; Tom Osypowski’s “The 32-inch F/2.8 Equatorial Platforms Spicaeyes Telescope An Ultra-Fast SlipStream Go-To Telescope with Lockwood Optics”; “A Do-It-Yourself Joystick for Graceful Scope Control” By John Stirniman; Austin […]

Volume 8, Issue 6
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Volume 8, Issue 6

In this issue ATT Editor Gary Parkerson gets mobile with the Celestron NexStar Evolution 8; Richard S. Wright, Jr. demonstrates how Software Bisque Paramount MyT is dynamite in a small packages; Austin Grant finds sunny days with Astro Hutech’s Hinode Solar Guider; David Snay annihilates light pollution with Chroma Technology’s […]

Volume 8, Issue 5
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Volume 8, Issue 5

In this issue, editor Gary Parkerson discusses a full spectrum of imaging options as well as catering to his visual side with his review of the Skylight Telescopes 102F7ED Refractor, Mark Zaslove falls in love with the Avalon M-Zero Single-Arm Mount, Austin Grant test drives the Sky-Watcher Esprit 100-mm ED […]

Volume 8, Issue 4
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Volume 8, Issue 4

In this issue editor Gary Parkerson discusses :Labors of Love: Astronomy Star Products:; Dr. James Dire shows how William Optics has done it again with the William Optics Star 71 Refractor; Sean Melehan demonstrates how the Gondwana Telescopes Marana is a big-aperture cure for fat lips and slip discs; Larry […]

Volume 8, Issue 3
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Volume 8, Issue 3

In this issue Austin Grant images with the Baader MPCC Mark III and a TPO 10-inch Imaging Newt; Dave Snay demonstrates a better way to clean optics using First Contact Polymer; Calculating the Perfect Telescope Size Post Paracorr Type-2 by James R. Dire, Ph.D.; NEAIC and NEAF 2014: The Whole […]

Volume 8, Issue 2
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Volume 8, Issue 2

In this issue learn about axis guiding and real time autofocus with the ONAG and SharpLock from inventor Dr. Gaston Baudat, see how Dave Snay’s expectations are exceeded with Astrotroniks Custom Pier Adapters, Dr. James R. Dire installs a MoonLite CR Newtonian Focuser using a MoonLite Adapter Kit, Richard S. […]