You can spot the four moons in modest binoculars, 7×50 or 10×50 being the best for this, and you’ll even be able to watch them weave around the…

If you’re like me and collected all things new and digital during the ’90s, then you have at least one old, ridiculously low-resolution webcam lying around. About a…

Kepler space telescope To date, a huge majority of exoplanets we know of have been discovered by the Kepler space telescope team. Launched on 7 March 2009, Kepler…

This month we get hands-on with Celestron’s NexStar 130 reflector telescope Celestron NexStar 130 SLT Cost: £399/$430 From: www.hama.co.uk Type: Reflector Aperture: 130mm Focal Length: 650mm Magnification: 307x…

Digiscoping is probably a familiar term to OP readers, as a number of telescopes and adapters from various manufacturers have been reviewed over the last couple of years,…

By looking at the Sun, our nearest star, you can see amazing processes going on all the time, but remember, you need to be very, very careful… Safety…

Find out how to get the best out of your views of the Moon whether using your eyes, binoculars or a telescope… The Moon is an object with…

Two novice stargazers tell us how they got on with their first attempt at astronomy. Vixen BT81S-A Tested by: Phil Davis Cost: £999/$1,199 From: vixenoptics.co.uk “When my friend…

We let two novice stargazers loose on our telescopes to see how they got on. Celestron NexStar 4SE Tested by: Steven Litton Cost: £479/$499 From: www.celestron.uk.com “The Celestron…

In the night from 10 to 11 August 2013 in a suburban area of ​​the city of Ivanovo seminar was the second star. He became a logical continuation…