Skywatch 14 Digital Issue
WELCOME TO SKYWATCH. Are you new to amateur astronomy and looking for an insider guide to starting right? Already in the hobby and wondering what you missed? Looking for handy sky charts and celestial events for every month in 2014?
Or do you know somebody who is?
Then SKYWATCH 2014 is for you.
Think of SKYWATCH as an introductory-level, all-year issue of Sky & Telescope, our monthly parent magazine. Here you'll find everything you need to know to start exploring the universe overhead. Or if you're an experienced skygazer, to move up a notch or two. And, here in one place are big evening sky charts for all around the year.
- The Greatest Show Off Earth: Backyard Astronomy for Everyone
- Celestial Highlights of 2014
- Using Our Naked-Eye Sky Maps
- Thirteen Months of Evening Sky Maps
- The Moon Belongs to Everyone
- Telescopic Moon Map
- The Planets in 2014
- The 2014 Lunar and Solar Eclipses
- Comet ISON: Spectacle or Speck?
- How To Get the Right Telescope
- A Computerized Telescope: Right for You?
- Deep-Sky Tours for Your Scope Around the Year
- Beginning Astronomical Photography
- Must-have Astro-Apps
For more information, see SkyWatch 2013's online table of contents - click here