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Celestron at AIC 2009

Stephen Singer Jason Fournier discusses Celestron's new EdgeHD imaging telescopes and the CGE Pro mount.     Click here to see additional videos from the 2009 Advanced Imaging Conference in San Jose, California. Click here to return to our Product Videos page.

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Astro-Physics at AIC 2009

Tony Flanders Astro-Physics' Roland Christen discusses his monumental el Capitan equatorial mount and a new 305-mm f/3.8 astrograph with a flat, 70-mm-wide imaging circle that's diffraction-limited to the edge.       Click here to see additional videos from the 2009 Advanced Imaging Conference in San Jose, California. Click here…

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ASA Astrosysteme Austria at AIC 2009

Tony Flanders Egon Döberl discusses ASA Astrosysteme Austria's line of fast Newtonian astrographs and ultrahigh-quality mounts.         Click here to see additional videos from the 2009 Advanced Imaging Conference in San Jose, California. Click here to return to our Product Videos page.

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DC3 Dreams at AIC 2009

Tony Flanders Robert Denny of DC3 Dreams has developed software that can make your remote observatory fully autonomous. It can even receive notice of new discoveries like supernovae over the internet and start follow-up observations while you're asleep or at work!   Click here to see additional videos from the…

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Ceravolo Optical Systems at AIC 2009

Tony Flanders Peter Ceravolo discusses his high-performance 300-mm Cassegrain astrograph that runs interchangeably at f/4.9 and f/9.       Click here to see additional videos from the 2009 Advanced Imaging Conference in San Jose, California. Click here to return to our Product Videos page.

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AIC 2009 Videos

Videotaped interviews with vendors at the 2009 Advanced Imaging Conference are now available.

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Explore Scientific at NEAF 2009

Tony Flanders Explore Scientific's Scott Roberts discusses Explore's refractor line, its meteorite sets, and the David H. Levy Comet Hunter 6" f/4.8 Maksutov-Newtonian. And watch Russ Tanton wash Explore's amazing new waterproof 14-mm 100° AFOV eyepiece with soap and water! Click here to see additional videos from the 2009 Northeast…

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iOptron at NEAF 2009

Stephen Singer iOptron's John Hou discusses the MiniTower altazimuth Go To mount and three new telescopes: a 127-mm f/7 ED triplet refractor, a 108-mm ED doublet refractor, and a 6-inch f/12 Maksutov-Cassegrain. And he shows a prototype for the forthcoming Supreme German equatorial mount.   Click here to see additional…

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Celestron at NEAF 2009

Stephen Singer Celestron's Victor Aniceto discusses the CGEM and CGE Pro German equatorial mounts and the exciting new $50 FirstScope 3-inch reflector.   Click here to see additional videos from the 2009 Northeast Astronomy Forum in Suffern, New York. Click here to return to our Product Videos page.

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Apogee Instruments at NEAF 2009

Stephen Singer Watch Apogee Instruments's Tim Puckett discuss the Alta U16M, U9000, and U8300 large-format CCD cameras with advanced cooling systems, and the latest AFW filter wheel.     Click here to see additional videos from the 2009 Northeast Astronomy Forum in Suffern, New York. Click here to return to…

Astronomy & Observing News

Additional Videos from NEAF 2009

Watch Sky & Telescope's videotaped interviews at the 2009 Northeast Astronomy Forum.

Celestial News & Events

A Speedy Asteroid — Captured!

It was faint, and it zipped across the sky at 3° per hour— but 2007 TU24 could be spotted with a good scope if you knew where and when to look.

Celestial News & Events

Call for Images of Venus

Venus Express project scientists are inviting amateur and professional astronomers to contribute Earth-based images of the planet made at infrared, visible, and ultraviolet wavelengths.

People, Places, and Events

Meade Looks to a Brighter Future

The world's largest telescope manufacturer is making some changes in a bid to turn around the company's disappointing financial performance.

People, Places, and Events

Thomas M. Back (1957–2007)

The astronomical community was saddened to learn of the recent death of Thomas M. Back, whose name is associated with some of today's finest telescopes and eyepieces.

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A "Starfish" is Born

While big telescopes were certainly attracting lots of attention at last month's RTMC Astronomy Expo in California, a little camera from Fishcamp Engineering was equally exciting to many astrophotographers.

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Spanning the Spectrum

Check out this new, highly versatile spectrograph that operates visually and photographically.

Astronomy & Observing News

Big Bear's 2007 Astronomical Extravaganza

A pair of annual astronomical events drew hundreds of amateurs to the resort town of Big Bear Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains east of Los Angeles this past Memorial Day weekend.

Celestial News & Events

Starry Starry Night

Open star clusters are among the most straightforward deep-sky objects to observe with binoculars, and three wonderful targets for Northern Hemisphere observers ride high overhead as darkness falls at this time of year.

Celestial News & Events

Friday's Stellar Vanishing Act

This coming Friday morning you'll need only binoculars, a clear sky, and the right location to witness the best asteroid occultation visible in the continental US during the last quarter century.

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