The astronomer who taught us we are all made of stardust has passed away after celebrating her 100th birthday on August 12, 2019.
Unexpected vibrations, airplanes, and satellites can ruin your exposures without you knowing it — here's what to look for.
As optics and camera technologies continue to improve, just how short of an exposure can we get away with?
Photographing the Sun can be perfectly safe, as long as you take the proper precautions. You can use these techniques to photograph the November 11th transit of Mercury.
Which is better for astrophotography, a color camera or a monochrome camera? Both of course!
There's still time before school (and early bedtimes) start up again — take advantage of balmy evenings to spark an interest in astronomy.
Eleven scientists defined lunar science in the 360 years after the invention of the telescope and before humans arrived on the Moon.
While the growing number of satellites above our heads is a concern, there are ways to mitigate their appearances in deep-sky astrophotography.