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ATT Volume 15 Issue 3
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ATT Volume 15 Issue 3

In this issue Keith Venables discusses how amateur astronomers have been quick to find many applications for the Raspberry Pi; Paul Temple shows that if you are on a limited budget consider spending your money on a good mount and consider an achromatic refractor to mount on it; Tony Bryan […]

ATT Volume 15 Issue 2
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ATT Volume 15 Issue 2

In this issue Mark Zaslove shows how the Avalon Instruments’ M-ZERO Observatory Mount is the mount of us lazy people!; Jim Thompson takes a deep dive into narrowband filters and fast optics; Matt Harmston discusses Liveskies.org and the enjoyment of live astronomy online; Erik Wilcox doubles down on the Howie […]

ATT Volume 15 Issue 1
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ATT Volume 15 Issue 1

In this issue Dr. James Dire shows how the 208mm F/3.9 Newtonian is a keeper!; In his second article Dr. Dire examines how the TPO 6-inch Newtonian Telescope offers a tremendous value on a competent all-purpose Newtonian; In his third articled Dr. Dire discusses how the Sky-Watcher USA 190-mm Maksutov-Newtonian […]

ATT Volume 14 Issue 11
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ATT Volume 14 Issue 11

In this issue Jim Thompson does an in-depth analysis of available multi-narrowband filters and compares them to each other in terms of performance and cost; Jeff Hammond and Matt Harmston team up to demonstrate how to overcome amp glow creep when pursuing LHDR effects; Mike Weasner doubles down on Tele […]

ATT Volume 14 Issue 10
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ATT Volume 14 Issue 10

In this issue John Crisp shares the views through the MaxBright II Binoviewer – eliciting responses like Holy Cow…Amazing… That’s Incredible!; Matt Harmston tests Astronomik filters under dark skies; Mike Weasner gets an immersive view with the Explore Scientific 2″ 9MM 120° eyepiece; Peter Rejto creates a practical automated multi-camera […]

ATT Volume 14 Issue 9
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ATT Volume 14 Issue 9

In this issue Matt Harmston provides an in-depth look at how using Astronomik CLS, UHC-E, and UHC filters can defeat light polluted skies; Niels Haagh creates an ultra-portable, ultra-fast setup for astroimaging on the go; Rob Pettengel introduces “Coat Pocket Astronomy” using an ultra-light kit for astrophotography; Ray Bureau gets […]

ATT Volume 14 Issue 8
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ATT Volume 14 Issue 8

In this issue Dr. James Dire shows how the new Askar FRA 400 makes a great portable travel scope for visual use and is an outstanding instrument for wide-field astronomical imaging; Rob Pettengill walks through how PS Align Pro has the pieces for an electronic Push-To device; Mike Weasner discusses […]

ATT Volume 14 Issue 7
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ATT Volume 14 Issue 7

In this issue John Crisp is two years in and still in love with his iOptron CEM120 mount; Mark Zaslove demonstrates how Lunático Astronomía’s Pocket Cloud Watcher offers a big alarm in a small package; Dr. James Dire shows that the Celestron Luminos eyepieces are a must for anyone looking […]

ATT Volume 14 Issue 6
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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- […]

ATT Volume 14 Issue 5
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ATT Volume 14 Issue 5

In this issue Publisher Stuart Parkerson takes a look at the Golden Years of Astronomy through the eyes of reader and contributor Richard “Rik” Hill; Matt Harmston shows how the SkyShed POD is a game changer; Dr. James Dire test drives Explore Scientific’s Focal Extenders; Richard “Rik” Hill provides a […]

ATT Volume 14 Issue 4
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ATT Volume 14 Issue 4

In this issue Dr. James R. Dire’s review shows how Celestron has really hit a home run with its new StarSense Explorer Telescopes; By Rob Pettengill shows how beautiful things come in small packages with the William Optics Redcat 51; James L. Chen demonstrates how the NexStar Evolution 6 and […]

ATT Volume 14 Issue 3
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ATT Volume 14 Issue 3

In this issue Publisher Stuart Parkerson discusses the history of telescope innovation that continues today; Rob Pettengill, Ph.D. offers a technique for blind smart-phone equatorial wedge or Gem polar alignment; Matt Harmston explains a beginner’s approach to remote video astronomy requiring only basic viewing gear; Jim Meadows offers a plus […]