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1. Odyssey
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2. Star Date
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3. Sky & Telescope
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4. Skynews
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5. Planetary Report
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6. Night Sky
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7. International Comet Quarterly
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8. Sky Calendar
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9. Occultation Newsletter
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10. American Association Of Variable
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11. Almanacco
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12. American Association Of Variable
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13. American Association Of Variable
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14. Astronomical Calendar
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15. Astronomi
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16. Astrofizika
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17. Antarctic Meteorite Newsletter
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18. Astronomical Journal
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19. Journal Of Astronomical History
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20. Messenger - El Mensajero

1. Odyssey
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Asin: B00006KR0U
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Carus Publishing
Sales Rank: 562
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Featuring articles dealing with space exploration and astronomy for young people.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Just say Yes to Odyssey!
This magazine is sooooo much better than some of the other commercial publications. The writing is solid, the subject matter is solid. It's amazing how well written it is. There are no ads! They don't plug anything. I was sick of getting worthless ad filled kids magazines like National Geographic Kids. Odyssey is a must subscribe for every kid who likes science. Actually, it's just a must subscribe. Encourage your libraries to subscribe. This must be had in every school library. It contains relevant and important information delivered with a high level of writing. ... Read more


2. Star Date
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Stardate
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3. Sky & Telescope
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Asin: B00008BFWB
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Sky Publishing Corporation
Sales Rank: 200
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Written for the knowledgeable amateur astronomer.Articles on space science, astronomy, observatories, planetariums, telescopes and celestial events.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best Astronomy Magazine
I started taking an interest in Astronomy 2 years ago when I purchased an Orion 6-inch Dobsonion. I was recommended this magazine which I subscribed to about 3 months ago. I love every issue of this magazine and can't wait till I get my next issue. Being new to Astronomy, I don't necessarily understand all the content of every article, but understand enough to continue to spark my interest. I am sure over a period of time, I will understand more. This magazine is for anyone who is interested in this discipline. The pictures are absolutely breathtaking and there are ariticles that cater to the need and experience for all from novice to experts. I like the reviews of the new telescopes, cameras, software, etc. When I am ready to get into Astrophotography, I will use this magazine to guide me into buying my first Camera. The articles keep you up-to-date with the latest development in astronomy and the sky charts help you plan what's new and most visible in the sky in the particular time of month in question. I usually get done reading the entire magaine the first 3-4 days it arrives. The only thing that I don't like are all the advertising pages though some of them are very useful in seeing what new products are out there. Maybe SkyandTelescope can group all the advertising pages into its own section since they do make up about 1/4 of the magazine. However there are enough non-advertising pages to make this magazine by far the best Astronomy Magazine!!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best
I am a retired English Professor and amateur astronomer, and I have subscribed to Sky and Telescope for over 20 years. It is the most professionally produced magazine I have ever read.

Its writing is mature and superbly edited, its photographs are beautifully rendered, its staff continually improves the magazine through better editing and production, and it provides articles on a broad range of subjects: the latest space probes and research; the dating of paintings or historical events by the night sky; Hubble and amateur photographs; meteor showers; what's up in tonight's sky; star maps; calendars of events world-wide; reviews of telescopes, accessories, computer software, and books; and more.

Sky and Telescope is widely read by professional astronomers and is probably bought by more amateurs world-wide than any other astronomy magazine.

If you have never looked through a telescope, if you use a telescope often, or if you have a telescope that you have packed up, this magazine should stimulate you to go out to see the night sky and discover where we live and what we live for.

4-0 out of 5 stars More Telescope than Sky
I've subscribed to this magazine for years even though my main interest is cosmology. Even professional astronomers subscribe so we highly recommend this magazine.

In my opinion, it's the most professionally done popular astronomy magazine, better than "Astronomy" and more focused than "Discovery." S&T has many gorgeous astro-photos, mostly done by pros with fab equipment as well as images from the Hubble. So why does the magazine devote more than half its pages and articles to amateur telescopes and accessories? Because that's what pays the bills! So I've packed up my telescope and left it in the garage, but I still subscribe because every issue has at least one article (feature or news) about science. The monthly star map, cepheid graph, and NEWS make the rapidly increasing subscription price still worth it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Sky & Telescope Magazine Review
I have subscribed to Sky & Telescope for several years now. I have also subscribed to other Astronomical magazines including "Astronomy". I let all other subscriptions lapse but kept S & T chiefly becouse of it's "newsnotes" and "missionupdate" sections that have been expanded in recent years. The rest of the magazine is equatable to "Astronomy", lot's of great pictures, some good science features and way too much advertising. On the plus side of the ads is that that is how we keep up on new inovations in the hobby. Of particular note are the classifieds - if anyone ever buys that 73" diameter Large Cervit Mirror Blank please invite me to your observatory!

5-0 out of 5 stars A must read for astronomers
I always enjoy reading this magazine. It is the most intelligent of the astronomy related magazines. It gives basic observing information for that month and articles on various topics from space exploration to the latest theories in astronomy to reviews on astronomical equipment. If you are interested in amateur astronomy this is a good place to start. ... Read more


4. Skynews

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Asin: B0002IWXBO
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Skynews Inc
Sales Rank: 1131
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5. Planetary Report
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Asin: B00007B0KP
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Planetary Society
Sales Rank: 2719
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Reaching for the stars...
When I was child, I was captivated by the series 'Cosmos' on PBS, hosted by the late Carl Sagan. At that time, I decided that astronomy and physics were the careers for me, largely because I wanted to reach for the stars. My parents purchased the book companion to the series for me, and I joined the Astronomy Book Club, and continued my interests. Perhaps the most exciting thing of that time in my life, though, was an essay contest I entered, sponsored by the new Planetary Society, founded by Sagan and others to encourage the waning interests in America and around the world in continuing our exploration of space, and in particular, our companion planets in this solar system.

I have received the Planetary Report and other publications from the Planetary Society from the very beginning. The magazine, published six times per year, has always been a high-quality, interesting piece. It is a slick-and-glossy magazine filled with full-colour photographs, which in days prior to the internet, were often only accessible through very expensive books with colour plates. Even today with lots of access to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and other space-related sites, the Planetary Report still never ceases to amaze me with their collection of photographs.

The writing is almost always done by professional astronomers and other scientists in related fields who have expertise in both the space sciences and in writing (the two skills do not always go together) making this an accessible periodical; it is not overly technical but is also not dumbed-down -- when I took astronomy courses in college, I was gratified to learn that my instructors and professors all read the Planetary Report on a regular basis.

I still have a great love for astronomy, and was excited by the recent Mars missions, and look forward to humanity continuing to reach for the planets with spacecraft, and looking beyond the confines of our solar system with space-based telescopes and earth-based viewers.

This publication is in aid of the Planetary Society, an organisation dedicated to research, education and public support for space sciences. The solar sail project is a good example, but so is their efforts to keep space high in the mind of the public, particularly school children, from whom the astronauts and scientists of the future come. Purchasing a subscription to this magazine actually gives one membership in the Planetary Society, a great organisation with a great mission.

5-0 out of 5 stars Flagship magazine of the Planetary Society
"The Planetary Report" is the bimonthly flagship magazine of the Planetary Society, which is the largest nonprofit, non-governmental space advocacy group on Earth. The magazine features articles and color photographs about planetary missions, past, present, and future.

"The Planetary Report" is an exclusive benefit for Planetary Society members, so I assume that what is really being sold here is a membership to the Planetary Society ($30/year), along with its bimonthly magazine.

The magazine itself runs around 20 or 30 pages per issue with lots of gorgeous color photographs. One of my favorite issues from 2003 was the September/October retrospective of the "Glorious Galileo" mission. The Planetary Society asked the scientists who were involved in the Galileo mission to choose "Galileo's Greatest Hits," and the resulting article and photographs (not always in the visible light spectrum) are quite illuminating. My own favorite is the picture and article about the ice rafts on Europa.

"We Make It Happen!" is a regular feature of the magazine. Planetary Society members are working on several space-related projects, including an attempt to fly the world's first solar sail. They plan to use a converted Russian submarine-launched ballistic missile to launch Cosmos 1, the solar sail payload. You may have seen a model of the Planetary Society's solar sail blade at the Centennial of Flight Exhibition at Rockefeller Center. The most likely launch date for Cosmos 1, is listed on the Planetary Society's website as "sometime in 2004."

If you are looking for a way to actively support our long and winding path to outer space, join The Planetary Society. There's still time to become a supporter of our Cosmos 1 Solar Sail Mission! ... Read more


6. Night Sky
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Asin: B0001ZZ5Y0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Sky Publishing Corporation
Sales Rank: 2590
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7. International Comet Quarterly - Incls Icq Comet Handbook
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Smithsonian Astrophysics Obser
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8. Sky Calendar
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Abrams Planetarium
Sales Rank: 4123
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars When did a single sheet of paper become a magazine?
This was one of the worst purchases I've ever made, and I feel that it was misrepresented by Amazon. I was expecting a magazine, not a single sheet of paper folded. The image you see for it, is the entire thing. My local astronomy club is $15 a year, and I already get this and more. I was expecting a magazine that had in depth information and a lot more than just a calendary that reminds you of a fourth graders lunch menu sent out by the school. When it arrived I thought it must have been some spam I was signed up for by Celestron when I bought my telescope, only to find out now that this is the actual calendar I purchased. If you want something that will outline things to see that month and provide other information, you should look into "Sky & Telescope" magazine. ... Read more


9. Occultation Newsletter
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Publisher: Intl Occultation Timing Assn
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10. American Association Of Variable Star Observers Solar Bulletin
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11. Almanacco
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Publisher: Biroma
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12. American Association Of Variable Star Observers Publications
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13. American Association Of Variable Star Observers Journal
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14. Astronomical Calendar

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15. Astronomi
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Publisher: Norsk Astronomisk Selskap
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16. Astrofizika

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17. Antarctic Meteorite Newsletter
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18. Astronomical Journal
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Publisher: University Of Chicago Press
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19. Journal Of Astronomical History And Heritage

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Publisher: Centre For Astronomy
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20. Messenger - El Mensajero
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: European Southern Observatory
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