Welcome to our 2016 Telescope Gift Guide! This article was a collaboration between Jon Groubert with his Light Polluted Astronomy blog and Sorin (aka the Soggy Astronomer). Jon has been an active contributor answering reader questions for quite a while here on Soggy Astronomer, particularly with suggestions on good telescopes to …
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This article covers my experience performing a Hypertune on my Celestron CGEM mount, and what lead me to do so in the first place.
If you are looking to buy a new DSLR for Astrophotography, this article offers some recommended cameras and some of the features to look for in an astrophotography DSLR.
I started writing a review of this scope back in early 2014 after receiving this telescope in January. Now, in January 2015, I see these scopes are no longer available new. I actually wound up returning mine due to optical defects. (Kudos to Astronomics for their customer support.) Based on my …
You may have seen my first impressions and unboxing of this telescope. After having a few good nights of imaging to test it out, I’m happy to say it has lived up to expectations.
Unboxing and first impressions of the AT6RC. I won’t make you wait with anticipation: This telescope looks awesome.
If you have ever looked up at the night sky and wondered what that particular shinning dot is, you don’t need to look any further than your iPad for the answer.
Buying your first telescope can quickly become a daunting task when faced with so many choices and unfamiliar terms. With everything from cheap department store telescopes to computerized models and specialized APO refractors, how do you choose something you’ll be able to enjoy for years with without spending a fortune?
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