Another good deal from Orion Telescopes & Binoculars comes in the form of its new Orion Premium 102mm F/7 ED Refractor.
Extra Narrowband Hydrogen-Alpha Imaging Filter
Orion Telescopes & Binoculars' new Extra Narrowband Hydrogen-Alpha Imaging Filter lets you shoot high-contrast views of emission nebulae even from light-polluted locations.
Affordable Active Optics
Santa Barbara Instrument Group, pioneer of the first commercially available active-optics for amateur telescopes, has developed the AO-8 for their popular ST series of self-guiding USB cameras.
Economical "Go To"
With the overwhelming popularity of Go To telescopes, it's surprising that a product like the Cube from iOptron hasn't come along before now.
You can view the solar spectrum or split spectroscopic binary stars with Shelyak Instruments Lhires III Spectrograph.
Diffraction Limited's new Boltwood Portable Cloud Sensor enables you to sleep when conditions are astronomically poor, and then alerts you with an alarm when the skies clear.
Omega Optical Launches Astrofilters Website
Filter manufacturer Omega Optical, a supplier of filters to NASA, has entered the consumer market. They are now offering filters to the amateur astronomy community.
SkyScout is Hot Stuff!
It comes as little surprise that Celestron's SkyScout, the unique hand-held device that identifies any naked-eye celestial object centered in its sighting tube, is flying off the shelves this holiday season.
Binoculars are one of the best ways to explore the starry night sky. The StarSeeker, a motorized observing chair from Bigha, offers an incredibly comfortable way to scan the heavens with two eyes.
RegiStax 4 Released
One of the most popular software tools for planetary astrophotographers was just given a major upgrade.
Make Way for the LightBridge
Finally a mass-produced Dobsonian telescope with a truss-tube design — until now a feature found only on homemade and premium-priced commercial instruments.
SkyScout Hits the Street
The first production models of Celestron's SkyScout began shipping in July, and we had one in time to begin our testing late last month. Here's our first impression.