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1. Zoobooks
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2. Birds & Blooms
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3. Mother Earth News
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4. Nature Friend Magazine
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5. Odyssey
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6. Miniature Horse World
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7. Muscular Development
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8. Pointing Dog Journal
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9. Appaloosa Journal
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20. American Small Farm Magazine

1. Zoobooks

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Asin: B00006L2Z8
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Wildlife Education Ltd
Sales Rank: 224
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Children's magazine presenting articles on animals and nature.
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Magazine For ALL Animal Lovers!!
This magazine is great for the animal lover; fantastic photography, amazing facts, and fun activities! This magazine has absolutely no advertisements and is handy to have around if you have an animal report or project (it has facts that I have never ever known before!)to look up in for information. This magazine has beautifully illustrated diagrams and full color photographs! A DEFINATE MUST-HAVE FOR THE ANIMAL LOVER!!!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Very Disappointed
We never receive the zoo books, so I am not sure how they are illustrated. My son is very disappointed. I hope no one else orders from Zoo books, and if you have I hope you have not had the same problems as us. I have never had any problems with any of the merchants from Amazon.com. Hopefully since I never receive the Magazine as promise after emails and phone calls to them, they can at least reimburse us for the purchase amount.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great magazine!
This is a wonderful magazine for a number of reasons: there's no advertising, it has wonderful photography, and in-depth information on the animals profiled in each issue. The language is simple enough for younger readers to enjoy, and colorful enough to keep older readers interested. Anyone with a love of animals would be delighted with this magazine. ... Read more


2. Birds & Blooms

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Asin: B00006K5VA
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Reiman Publications
Sales Rank: 192
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty pictures but lightweight information
You'll love the bright glossy photos of N. American garden birds and plants (I do) but don't expect to find in-depth birding or gardening information in Birds and Blooms. Like all of the magazines from Reiman Publications, it targets the down-home and down-to-earth crowd and lacks conspicuous advertising (except for other Reiman products or tours, and the goods in its "country store"). For those who wish to indulge their interest in their gardens' creatures, but not get very in-depth, it is a relaxing magazine as it doesn't require a higher reading level or familiarity with species' scientific names. But if you want advanced information or advice on gardening or birding, you should look to other periodicals. I find this to be a great gift for loved ones who, because of age or physical condition, are not able to be as active in the garden as they once were. The colorful photos (many are stock, some are sent in by readers) make it an enjoyable magazine for all ages.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fun for the Backyard Birder or Gardener!
Birds and Blooms is a bi-monthly magazine (6 issues per year) for backyard birders and gardeners. It has a standard 8x10 1/2 inch format. Each issue has about 65 pages. For birders, there are articles on species of birds that you might find in your back yard, what to feed birds, how to house them, simple projects you can make for the birds in your yard, a question and answer column, and lots of pictures. For gardeners, there are articles on what plants to get, how to care for them, gardening projects, and ideas for landscaping. (Birds and Blooms addresses decorative gardening, not vegetable gardening.) And there are lots of big colorful pictures of both plants and birds. I am more of a bird-lover than a gardener myself. I especially like the "Bird Tales" feature in which readers recount funny and fascinating behavior that they have observed in their avian neighbors. That alone would be worth the price of the subscription to me. If you are into birdhouses or elaborate bird feeders, Birds and Blooms seems to always have some articles showcasing unusual birdhouses and feeders, as well as an annual competition for both. For those who like puzzles, there is a word find in every issue, as well as a find-the-hidden-acorn for which you can win prizes. There is no advertising in Birds and Blooms.

Fun and facts for those who like to watch or feed birds in their own yard (or apartment balcony) and for people who enjoy flower gardening!

4-0 out of 5 stars great pictures
I love this magazine for it's beautiful pictures. It has wonderful tips for attracting birds to your yard, what to feed them, how to repel the pest species, etc. The gardening pictures and information are fantastic too. There is a lot of input showcasing prizewinning flowers,backyard bird sightings, bird house building and other outdoor projects from the subscribers. I decided to have it delivered so my 4yr old and I could enjoy the pictures over and over. ... Read more


3. Mother Earth News
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Asin: B00007AZRH
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Ogden Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 479
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Presents articles for people interested in self-sufficiency through alternative energy sources and life-styles.Ecology,do-it-yourself projects and home business.
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5-0 out of 5 stars good solid info
A great magazine for self-reliant living.Neither preachy nor superficial, this gives you a good grounding in how to be self-reliant.

3-0 out of 5 stars Getting better
When I first subscribed to Mother (as fans refer to it) it was an excellent back-to-the-earth journal inspired by the flight of so many 1960s people back to the earth, to rural communities, and to a kind of self-sufficiency. It was pretty much a handbook foir the beginning farmer, homesteader (rural or urban) or communitarian. But during the 1980s and 90s Mother took a very different turn.

Gardening and self-sufficiency became, well, fashionable, for want of a better word and Mother was transformed into a sort coffee table book for yuppie wannabe farmers. Gone were practical articles on recycling animal waste, replaced by colorful spreads with little practical information of any kind. I dropped my subscription as did many other old-timers.

A few years ago Mother rediscovered its original roots. It's still a thin, glossy mag rather than the thick, plain paper handbook of self-sufficiency it once was, but it's getting better. I haven't resubscribed but at least I buy the occasional issue now.

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost as good as it used to be
TMEN used to be fabulous, full of articles on self-sufficiency. Then it turned into a yuppie rag, full of ads for credit cards and expensive vehicles. Now, slowly, it is returning to its former, true self. Continue on the path, Mother; you are heading in the right direction.

4-0 out of 5 stars I want more
Dear Mother, I have been a loyal subscriber for the last 3 or 4 years and have enjoyed your magazine but.....
I have purchased some of your older magazines from used book stores and found a lot more info in them. I realize the price of the magazine is low to attract more subscribers but I'd rather pay more and get more. I'd like to see you charge twice as much and do twice as many articles on do it yourself farm projects etc. A major problem some companies encounter regarding cashflow is that they often try to get involved with too many external projects. I don't believe the magazine has any obligation to fund anything other than producing a well researched and well written rural living magazine. Which you do. I'm only hoping that you are not wasting valuable funds (funds you could be putting into fantastic articles) championing green causes. Please leave that to those who don't have better things to do with their time and money. I'm looking at an issue from July/Aug 1982 and WOW, is it packed with great how to articles, country recipes etc. I love this style of magazine but please, please, please, cut out any waste, charge more and provide more.
Perry Bailey

5-0 out of 5 stars The best magazine around!
Mother Earth News is one of the best progressive minded magazines around.If anyone thinks this magazine is just for hippies who love nature, than that's fine with me.People who don't read this magazine have no idea how much useful information is packed into every issue.Anyone interested in a subscription, I think it is a great investment.Hopefully more people will start reading this magazine, especially those who used to, so we can get our Mother healthy again. ... Read more


4. Nature Friend Magazine
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Asin: B00006KPDP
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Nature Friend Magazine
Sales Rank: 378
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars After 14 years, he STILL wants to read this......
We first got this magazine when our son was 5 years old. He could not read, so we would read it together, and it delighted him. With lots to do from the object search (find the objects hidden in pictures), to the questions, quizzes, to the "how-to-draw" lesson featured in each issue, there was plenty to attract all ages of readers from K to , well, my son is now 19 and still reads it!

It all started with our youngest daughter becoming 5 this past winter. Our 19 year old son found her pawing around in his hidden stash of NATURE FRIEND MAGAZINES which we had stopped getting over a decade ago. He kept carrying on about how he wished we could get it again "for her sake".

I looked all over the internet, through every directory and in old editions of the magazine, but NATURE FRIEND seemed to have disappeared.

Then we found it here on AMAZON.COM a couple of months ago. We got our first issue a few weeks ago and there is always someone reading it somewhere in the house- ME INCLUDED!

The quality of the magazine is greatly improved. There is plenty to do for all ages, recipes, studies of interesting things (like where do dandelions come from and how did they get here and what do you do with them....) and interactive projects for all ages.

One of our favorite features is the HOW TO DRAW series that they still have. Very nice lessons on drawing some kind of animal or natural thing are given. Readers send in their best shot at it and many photos of their contributions are featured in future issues. There is a lot packed in to this 25 page magazine- and NO ADS!

I can not rate this magazine highly enough. We stopped getting BIG BACKYARD because this magazine offers so much more and we could only get one magazine for this year. We are so glad to have found it again- and it has even improved! ... Read more


5. 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


6. Miniature Horse World
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Asin: B000071GUV
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American Miniature Horse Assn
Sales Rank: 2185
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7. Muscular Development
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Asin: B00007J7R4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Advanced Research Press
Sales Rank: 1172
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars This is a top muscle magazine
I'm subscribed to several bodybuilding magazines, and this one, along with FLEX, are the best magazines that I've found to date. The small writeups in the front parts of the magazine are very informative and there are useful articles instead of junk everywhere like magazines such as MuscleMag.

4-0 out of 5 stars Reader of all Fitness Mags
Living overseas with the Army, we have an option of about 5 or 6 men's fitness magazines. This is by far the best of them that I have read and am now a devoted follower. There are changes I would love to see happen. I would like to see fewer advertisements that look like articles. All of the fitness magazines are owned by a pharmaceutical, but the ads I see most in this mag are not by the same people who own it. Of course they do what is best for the bottom line. Lately, they made a change of not requiring that their fitness girl is a DD. That is great because fake women are worse than bodybuilders on synthol. They have the best articles. I believe FLEX has better coverage of the sport, but the scientific research in this magazine is by far what makes it sell. The staff is knowledgeable and honest about the sport and the science backing their claims. I highly recommend this mag to all men who are serious about bodybuilding and fitness who aren't procrastinating by sitting on their asses waiting for a special pill to come along.

2-0 out of 5 stars As Mike Mnetzer used tro say;
"The bodybuilding magazines are just catalogues and offer very little information on scientific bodybuilding."

Take a look at Muscular Development. This is a catalogue for Twin Lab products and you guys complain about Muscle & Fitness?

As far as the drug free thing, steriods have been a bodybuilders aide since Sergio Oliva won his first Mr. O. Today, what guys like Sergio took pre-contest, current champions take for maintenance and really load up pre-contest!

1-0 out of 5 stars Why did they stop being ALL NATURAL???
I used to subscribe to this when it was ALL NATURAL. Then overnight they went to all drugs and sleaze and childish nonsense. I tried to get a refund but was ignored. Unable to cancel my subscription I simply threw it into the trash can each month before my children would see it. I hate this magazine and would not allow it in my house once it was filled with nothing but drugs and insults. Thank god there are much better alternatives. Actually, any magazine any where is better. If and when they switch back to ALL NATURAL I may buy it again, until then NO WAY!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Bodybuilding Mag EVER!!
Some people may not want to hear the truth about professional bodybuilding, like the guy who gave this magazine 1 star. To people like him I say continue living in your fantasy world and go read Muscle and Fitness. There you can keep believing that the pro's get to be 280 @ 3% body fat by using creatine. As for the rest of us who do not live in the land of Oz we can all benefit from the no-nonsense scientific articles put forth in Muscular Development. This is THE BEST magazine to read if you really want to know how to get freaky big. The beginning of the magazine is filled with excerpts from various medical and scientific journals and the articles that follow give you some great advice on 'roids, supplements, contest prep, dieting and training. By far the best magazine in the business. ... Read more


8. Pointing Dog Journal

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Asin: B00006KT0X
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Wildwood Press
Sales Rank: 899
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars pointing dog journal
I have read this magazine almost from it's inception and find everything about it to be first rate. From the stories of bird hunting in an earlier time to the loads of valuable information it contains. Anyone who likes dogs should find this a valuable and entertainig magazine whether they hunt or not. ... Read more


9. Appaloosa Journal

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Asin: B00006K405
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Appaloosa Horse Club Inc
Sales Rank: 2168
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A very goodmagazine for Appaloosa owners
I've been getting this magazine off and on for about ten years and it is a decent magazine that deals with the appaloosa breed. So if you have an appy or plan on getting one or if you just enjoy the breed there is some wonderful photos and info in The Appaloosa Journal. ... Read more


10. American Bee Journal

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Asin: B00006K33U
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Dadant And Sons
Sales Rank: 1718
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11. American Archaeology
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Asin: B00006K32H
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Archaeological Conservancy
Sales Rank: 1610
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great mag!
This is an excellent magazine for the interested layperson. The articles are very informative but not too technical, and the photography is first rate. It covers prehistoric and historic archaeology in North America and Mesoamerica, so it highlights a part of the world that other archaeology magazines do not. Plus, a part of the subscription price supports The Archaeological Conservancy, a nonprofit group that buys American archaeological sites to protect them. If you want to keep track of what's happening in American archaeology but don't want to read the dry professional journals, then this is the magazine for you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb Magazine
This is a very well done magazine. An "archaeology buff" friend of mine recommened it to me. It's about archaeology in the United States and does a great job of covering the entire country. Articles include historic and prehistoric archaeology. The subscription includes membership in The Archaeological Conservancy, which is a group that preserves important archaeological sites, so the money goes to a good cause. This group even offers archaeological tours and members are kept up to date on what is offered. I highly recommend this magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Archaeology Lesson
I found American Archaeology to be intriguing and easy to understand considering I don't have a background in archaeology. I found that the articles were very interesting and covered a wide range of topics, from current events to preservation projects. I think it is a great publication for those fascinated with the field of archaeology. ... Read more


12. Audubon

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Publisher: National Audubon Society
Sales Rank: 510
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Articles on natural history and environmental concerns for an educated, concerned, activist audience.
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13. Bee Culture

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Asin: B00006LB2W
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: A I Root Co
Sales Rank: 792
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14. Horse

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Asin: B00006KH89
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Modern Horse Breeding
Sales Rank: 1787
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15. Star Date
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Stardate
Sales Rank: 5586
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16. Orion
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Asin: B0000DYF1N
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Orion
Sales Rank: 2087
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Literary refreshment
I have only recently picked up a copy of one installment of this magazine and I was instantly captivated. The writing is refreshing. I am not generally a fan of magazines, but this one offers the peace of a collection of short stories. Touching emphasis is placed on the depth and elegance of the writing rather than sensationalist reporting. The editors clearly care as much about the message each issue sends as the authors of the pieces presented therein. The layout provides the respect to the articles and photography that they deserve. This magazine is an inspiration- to travel, to write, to learn and to live. ... Read more


17. Montana Outdoors

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Asin: B00006LD0G
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Montana Outdoors
Sales Rank: 3928
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18. Africa Birds & Birding
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Asin: B00006K246
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Black Eagle Publishing Pty Ltd
Sales Rank: 6218
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19. 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


20. American Small Farm Magazine
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Asin: B00006K3F0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Farm & Ranch Publishings Llc
Sales Rank: 1561
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