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ATT Volume 13 Issue 3
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ATT Volume 13 Issue 3

In this issue Matt Harmston shares his very personal journey on making the astronomy hobby accessible for special needs populations and in doing so offers a wealth of advice on outreach; Mark Zaslove test drives the Rainbow Astro RST-150H mount; Matt Harmston does double duty with his insight in live […]

ATT Volume 13 Issue 2
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ATT Volume 13 Issue 2

In this issue Dr. James Dire gives advice for those newly interested in amateur astronomy; Michael L. Weasner shows how the Phone Skope Digiscoping Adapter is worth the cost for serious smartphone afocal photographers and astrophotographers from a convenience perspective alone; Matt Harmston discusses what your local seeing conditions are […]

ATT Volume 13 Issue 1
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ATT Volume 13 Issue 1

In this issue Wood Wonder’s Ron Burrows describes how much he enjoys amateur astronomy and creating hand crafted Catsperch Observing Chairs, Eyepiece Cases and Stands, and Imaging Workstations; Matt Harmston shows how the Mallincam Skyraider DS287C is a little camera packing big performance; Pierre Lemay demonstrates how he built a […]

ATT Volume 12 Issue 5
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ATT Volume 12 Issue 5

In this issue Barry Simon demonstrates how to make an ATM exit pupil gauge; Dr. James Dire explains why he is so enamored with the Explore Scientific 68° and 82° degree eyepieces; Mark Harmston provides an overview of how he imaged Comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner; Greg Crinklaw walks through imaging with Skytools […]

ATT Volume 12 Issue 4
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ATT Volume 12 Issue 4

In this issue we welcome George Stallings’ guest editorial “What’s Going to Happen to Us?” as he reflects on the future of amateur astronomy; Dr. James Dire demonstrates the “exquisite grab and go goodness” of the William Optics Zenithstar 61 apo refractor; Mark Harmston answers the question, “ I want […]

Volume 12 Issue 3
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Volume 12 Issue 3

In this issue Editor Gary Parkerson talks about transitions in life and astronomy; Mark Zaslov explains that the APM 82-MM 90 Degree Ed-APO “Big Honkin” binoculars are going to the ones “they will bury with him!”; Editor Gary Parkerson shows how the Explore Scientific 68- and 82- degree eyepieces are […]

Volume 12 Issue 2
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Volume 12 Issue 2

In this issue Editor Gary Parkerson talks about the new focus of the magazine as well as his experience creating an ultra-portable astro-travel kit; Dr. James R. Dire test drives the William Optics 20th Anniversary Flourorstar 123-mm Refractor; Mark Zaslove shows how the Unified Software Theory Prism v10 is a […]

Volume 12 Issue 1
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Volume 12 Issue 1

In this issue, Editor Gary Parkerson discusses the endings and new beginnings for the Pedaling Astronomer project offering Astronomy Outreach on a Pedal-Powered Observatory: Jim Thompson explores the challenges of imaging the eclipse in Calcium-K; As to Calcium-K John O’Neal discusses how he chose the Lunt Calcium-K Module to image […]

Volume 11 Issue 6
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Volume 11 Issue 6

In this issue Editor Gary Parkerson provides an “Epilogue Of An Eclipse;” Ken Kattner shows how to quantify seeing conditions with Alcor System’s Cyclope Seeing Monitor; “Easy Peasy” says Mark Zaslove when using the Track-The-Stars (TTS-160) Panther Alt/Az Mount; Dr. James Dire approaches APO performance without the price with the […]

Volume 11 Issue 5
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Volume 11 Issue 5

It’s Solar Eclipse time! Only one week away! In this issue Dr. James Dire discusses how he gears up eclipse style to travel from Hawaii back to his hometown of Saint Joseph, Missouri, gets to visit with old friends and experience solar eclipse totality!; Editor Gary Parkerson gives you 10 […]

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 […]