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Volume 5, Issue 4
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Volume 5, Issue 4

In this issue Norman Butler builds a 102-mm F/6 Celestron Go-To Binoscope, Richard Wright field tests Software Bisque’s Paramount MX, Rob Broeren and his dream scope – a Meade Max 20, Erik Wilcox builds a roll-off project in paradise, Matt Affenita test drives the Universal Astronomics DoubleStar Mount, Imaging with […]

Volume 5, Issue 3
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Volume 5, Issue 3

In this issue enjoy Dave Snay’s cover article on Chroma Technology Corp’s new entry into astronomic filters, adventures in SCT collimation with “Uncle” Rod Mollise and the Hotech Advanced CT Laser Collimator, go stealth with the Kemer Thomson and the Stellaruve SVR 90T Raptor, Pierre Stromberg demonstrates the next step […]

Volume 5, Issue 2
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Volume 5, Issue 2

In this issue enjoy Phyllis Lang’s critical evaluation the Teeter’s Telescope 14.5-Inch Truss-Dob, ATT Editor Gary Parkerson’s thoughts on a modern take on an old-school design with the Astro Telescopes 102-MMF/11 Refractor, Austin Grant’s test drive of the William Optics DDG Focus System, a case study by Tim DeBenedictis on […]

Volume 5, Issue 1
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Volume 5, Issue 1

Inside this issue enjoy Dr. James Dire’s review of the William Optics Megrez 120-mm Refractor, Penny Distasio first glipse of the Celestron SkyProdigy at the CES, Klaus Brasch field tests the TMB-92L Signature Series, AG Optical Systems 18-Inch Newtonian Astrograph visits Mark Manner’s observatory, Rick Saunders discusses ownership of the […]

Volume 4, Issue 6
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Volume 4, Issue 6

In this issue Mike Harvey gives a real world look at the new Tele Vue Paracorr 2, John Vogt tries out the new Starlight Integrated Paracorr System, Alan Smallbone tests the Hotech SCA Field Flattener, Erik Wilcox finishes his series of Tele Vue Ethos reviews with look at the 3.7-mm […]

Volume 4, Issue 5
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Volume 4, Issue 5

In this issue Dr. James Dire gives his advice on selecting a GEM mount, Dave Snay goes planetary with the Imaging Source’s DMK 41AU02.AS Camera, Erik Wilcox installs an 1800Destiny 3-vane spider and shows how to test optics with the Gerd Neumann 10-mm Ronchi Eyepiece, Bob Keyser shares his experience […]

Volume 4, Issue 4
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Volume 4, Issue 4

Included in this issue Dave Snay offers three articles including reviews of the Astronomik CLS-CCD Light Pollution Filter, Carina Mobile SkiFi, and the Hubble Artificial Star; Rick Saunders builds a DIY focuser motor solution; another DIY article on making an inexpensive artificial star by Paul Grunwald; Jack Huerkamp discusses new […]

Volume 4, Issue 3
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Volume 4, Issue 3

This issue includes a look back at 50 years of innovate products by Celestron, Craig Stark’s review of the AstroHutech IDAS 31-mm Reflection Suppression Filters, Dave Snay’s test of the Orion StarShoot Deep Space Monochrome Imager III, Norm Bulter’s Newtonian ATM project anyone can build with a little time and […]

Volume 4, Issue 2
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Volume 4, Issue 2

This issue includes Starizona’s Scott Tucker’s insiders look into the design of the revolutionary new Hyperion Telescope, Craig Stark’s test drive of the Explore Scientific 127 ED, Russ Lederman’s overview of Denkmeier Optical’s new Spectrum 60 PST Upgrade, Dave Snay’s evaluation of the GoldFocus Focusing System, Sierra Star’s Rich William’s […]

Volume 4, Issue 1
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Volume 4, Issue 1

In this issue Dave Snay finally plays with the big boys as he tests the Finger Lakes Instrumentation ML8300 Imager, Dave also offers his version of a roll off roof observatory, Dr. James Dire discusses imaging with the Canon EF 70-200mm F/2.8L IS USM lense, Erik Wilcox finishes his review […]

Volume 3, Issue 6
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Volume 3, Issue 6

In this issue Erik Wilcox has the envious task of reviewing the full line of Ethos eyepieces, Dave Snay installs a SkyShed pier, Richard Harris wraps his hands around Garrett Optical’s huge 100-mm binos, New Binocular Photon Machine owner Mark Vanderaar gives his thoughts on the unique device, Rich Williams […]

Volume 3, Issue 5
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Volume 3, Issue 5

In this issue get a room with a view, with two articles on extraordinary astronomy travel opportunities. First Klaus Brasch recounts his travels to norther Chile using a Astro-Hutech modified Canon cameras, followed up by Shawn Hendrix’s experiances setting up a wide range of Vixen scopes at the Palms Resort […]