Anytime you travel beyond your own backyard to do astrophotography, the whole endeavor can be lost because of one missing link in the chain. Here's what to remember.
Stunning images of the night remind us why we need to protect dark skies. See the photos that won the International Dark-sky Association's contest.
Unexpected vibrations, airplanes, and satellites can ruin your exposures without you knowing it — here's what to look for.
While the growing number of satellites above our heads is a concern, there are ways to mitigate their appearances in deep-sky astrophotography.
Despite its name, luck has nothing to do with "lucky imaging." The technique is a powerful tool for crisp, clear astrophotography. Here, we take on lucky imaging of the Moon.