You’ve got the right telescope, your accessories are to hand. What happens next? With our practical tips we will help you put them to use.
Astronomically speaking, every season has its appeal: over the course of the year, our small spaceship, the Earth, shows us the most beautiful sights. And we'll show you how to get the most fun from your observation - with rewarding celestial targets, tips for visual observing and astrophotography, as well as background stories from the world of astronomy.
What can I observe in the night sky? Targets and observing tips for every instrument and for every season of the year.
Visual observation and astrophotography in practice - equipment, checklists, tips and tricks.
The first steps in astrophotography are paved with questions. Dittler's photography workshop takes a step-by-step approach to the issues.
Sun, Moon and stars: here’s how to get started with astronomy, whether it is about the targets or the right equipment.
Sometimes our knowledge of astronomy dictates what we look at. Have fun with our background stories from the world of astronomy!
From autoguiding to processing videos: with Weigand's technical tips you can master the step towards becoming an advanced astrophotographer.
Whether it's annoying colour fringes, upside-down images, or filters that like to do their own thing, you're not alone with these problems.
Fiddling with a telescope is not everyone's thing. But a Newtonian must be adjusted at the very least, so why not go one step further?