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Stardust Gallery LED Lightbox Review and Metallic Print Review
By Eric Todd 5/5/2016
An LED Lightbox that will really make your astro image stand out on your wall!

The Amateur Astronomer by Patrick Moore
By Frank Dutton 1/6/2013
1957 edition!

Great Nebula Filters from DGM Optics
By Alfonso Milano 12/22/2012
The Best Kept Secret In Nebula Filters! DGM Optics!

DarkSkies Apparel Hooded Observers Vest Review
By John Kramer 3/15/2012
Dark Skies Apparel recognized a need and filled it - supplying the astronomical community with a unique offering that every amateur astronomer can use while observing from their backyard, in their own personal observatory, or even during an outreach event.

Book Review - Objects in the Heavens
By John Kramer 1/16/2012
Backyard stargazers have plenty of objects to enjoy; the challenge comes in selecting viable targets for your aperture and knowing where to find those celestial targets in the heavens. Objects in the Heavens (5th edition) aims to help solve that problem for amateur astronomers.

Practical Astronomy with your Calculator or Spreadsheet, 4th ed.
By Michael Coren 11/6/2011
Go figure.

SustainableChoice Scope Mat
By Dave Bonandrini 2/28/2011
How does a rubber mat qualify for "Green" marketing?

SkySafari + SkyWire Review
By Max Byerly 1/28/2011
Your iPad, iPhone, and iPod is now your telescopes goto controller!!!

The SIPS (aka/ Focuser Mounted Paracorr2)
By Dave Bonandrini 9/25/2010
If you have a really fast Dob, you need a SIPS.

Assembling a filter slide from Astrocrumb
By Paulo Mesquita 6/9/2010
Easy as pie!!

ISTAR 2" dielectric diagonal
By Douglas Bullis 1/15/2010
Impressive performance in a pretty package

Star Testing Astronomical Telescopes Second Edition
By Ed Moreno 12/29/2009
The Myth dispelled...

Starlight Instruments Focuser
By Ed Moreno 9/11/2009
Buffy gets a makeover.

Moonlight Instruments CS Crayford Focuser
By Steve Hollenbach 5/8/2009
I wanted to solve image shift on my Meade Maksutov, and this worked.

StarGPS NX review
By Iain Barker 4/4/2009
StarGPS is a lower-cost option for automatic entry of GPS time and location data to your Celestron NexStar handset.

Exploradome Domes
By Ronald Abraham 2/25/2009
Get what you need for less cost.

A review of The Cambridge Star Atlas
By Ed Moreno 1/28/2009
An overlooked classic? Or a better way to see the sky?

The Scope Buggy - Essential Astro Accessory
By Glen Ward 7/24/2008
The Scope Buggy is so handy that just about everybody ought to have one.

Starry Night Pro Planetarium Software
By Ed Moreno 4/29/2008
"Pro?" Or as John Steed would say..."Talented Amateur."

Antares 2"-1.25" Twist-lock Adapter
By Joe Metzger 4/28/2008
A nice accessory - but buyer beware.

Getting in the Zone of Astro Imaging
By Max Corneau 1/5/2008
If you're serious about taking your astrophotography to the next level, try stopping off in The Zone on your way to that place. Ron Wodaski's latest book on image processing is well worth the investment for the serious imager.

Laser Stars
By Larry Brown 12/26/2007
A green-laser kaleidoscope.

Illustrated Guide to Astronomical Wonders
By Dennis O'Day 11/24/2007
Barbara and Robert have done it again!

Orion Dynamo: Portable Power Packaged Perfectly
By Clayton Cramer 11/23/2007
Safer and more convenient than a bare battery, and loaded with features.

Megastar 5 Sky Atlas Software
By Glen Ward 10/22/2007
A wonderfully utilitarian atlas program.

Baader Planetarium Spectroscope
By Glen Ward 10/22/2007
A blaze-grating spectroscope with features for both visual and imaging use.

The Orion Mars Filter
By Robert Piekiel 9/20/2007
Does the new specialty filter from Orion do what they say it does, and is it useful for other objects?

Satisfaction Through Wide Field Imaging
By Max Corneau 9/6/2007
Wide field imaging is an extremely satisfying form of astrophotography providing panoramic results of your favorite constellation-size field without the hassle of finding or precisely tracking the object. Astrophotographers who already use DSLR cameras can go ahead and skip this review, as it is intended for owners of special-purpose, SBIG astronomical imaging cameras.

SV 50 Finderscope meets WO 50mm Bracket
By Timm Bottoni 8/24/2007
Can two products of competing companies get along together on the same scope without fighting?

JMI Event Horizon 2 Focuser For Newtonians
By david elosser 8/19/2007
The Good, The Bad, and the Beautifull.

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