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Beginner Telescope Advice

20th Sep, 2012 - 7.1k views

I'll talk more about buying telescopes in future hangouts, but here is some preliminary advice... I think this will be the last one for this particular hangout. See you next week! Whew, working with the YouTube video editor is very time consuming,

Space Fan News #91: Scott Lewis, CosmoQuest and the Virtual Star Party

12th Jan, 2013 - 3.9k views

CosmoQuest and the Virtual Star Parties (organized by Scott Lewis) are phenomenal and offer a great way to get involved in amateur astronomy and citizen science. Please check out his/their sites below: http://cosmoquest.org http://knowthecosmos.com

Getting Started in Amateur Astronomy

20th Jun, 2017 - 4.1k views

Want to learn more about amateur astronomy? What telescopes and equipment should you get? How do you get started in this amazing hobby? Join us for the inaugural hangout dedicated to amateur astronomy! Each week amateur astronomy experts, Tony D

Best First Telescope for Astronomy

27th Jun, 2017 - 3.5k views

Are you thinking of purchasing a telescope but don't know where to start? Watch this week's Telescope Talk Hangout for expert advice! Everybody needs to start somewhere in amateur astronomy and the decision to buy a telescope is a big one. In th

Refractors vs Reflectors: Which one is best?

11th Jul, 2017 - 5.5k views

In the programming world, it's spaces vs tabs. In amateur astronomy, the never-ending debate is: Refractors vs Reflectors. Which one is best? What can you see from each type of telescope? Why are refractors so expensive for their size? How c

Telescope Mounts and Eyepieces

18th Jul, 2017 - 1.8k views

Are you confused about the purpose of telescope mounts? What about eyepieces? What are they for? Watch today's hangout to learn more! As with any hobby, there's never any shortage of choices for accessories and amateur astronomy is no different.

Your Sky Tonight - July 20, 2017

20th Jul, 2017 - 1.9k views

Support Deep Astronomy on Patreon: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy Do you guys want to see more of this type of video? Please let me know in the comments, etc! Follow DeepAstronomy on Twitter: @DeepAstronomy Like DeepAstronomy on Facebook: htt

Your Sky Tonight - July 21, 2017

21st Jul, 2017 - 1.5k views

Listen to DeepAstronomy on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: http://www.stellarium.org/ Original Music - Mark C. Petersen, Lochness Productions: https://www.lochnessproductions.com/ Tonight we t

Your Sky Tonight - July 22, 2017

22nd Jul, 2017 - 1.8k views

Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: https://Anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: http://www.stellarium.org/ The rest of this month offers a great time to find the International Space Station in the Northern Hemisphe

Your Sky Tonight - July 24, 2017

24th Jul, 2017 - 2.5k views

Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: https://Anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: http://www.stellarium.org/ Original Music - Mark C. Petersen, Lochness Productions: https://www.lochnessproductions.com/ Tonight just

Your Sky Tonight - July 25, 2017

25th Jul, 2017 - 1.4k views

Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: https://Anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: http://www.stellarium.org/ Original Music - Mark C. Petersen, Lochness Productions: https://www.lochnessproductions.com/ Just after s

GOTO Telescope Mounts: What Are They and Do You REALLY Need One?

25th Jul, 2017 - 2.1k views

There are a lot of affordable computerized telescopes out there, but should you get one? What are the advantages? GOTO Telescopes have been around since the early nineties for amateur astronomy. Starting with the Meade LX series and the Celestron