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The 2021 Observing Calendars are here

2021 Observing Calendar

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The Sky & Telescope 2021 Observing Calendar guides you through an entire year of celestial highlights. Each month features a stunning astronomical image, along with numerous viewing tips and a listing of noteworthy sky sights. You’ll learn how and when to spot the bright planets, eye-catching conjunctions, and enjoy the year's finest meteor showers. The phases of the Moon are clearly presented, so you’ll know when conditions are optimal for seeking out deep-sky treasures under dark skies.

Special Offer. Buy the new 2021 Observing Calendar and get the 2020 Observing Calendar for $4.99! This offer is only valid while supplies last. Add both calendars to your cart to see your savings!

Sky & Telescope’s Eclipse Globe

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The Solar Eclipse Globe has arrived!
This is the first globe ever constructed that depicts the paths of total solar eclipses — nature’s most spectacular sky sights. Designed and constructed by cartographer (and avid eclipse-chaser) Michael Zeiler of, this unique 12-inch globe carefully plots the paths of every total solar eclipse from 2001 to 2100. Each eclipse track of these is labeled with a small yellow circle at the point where the duration of totality is longest, along with the eclipse’s date (reckoned in Universal Time) and totality’s maximum duration. Also included are the extremely thin paths of “hybrid” solar eclipses, which can appear total or annular depending on the observer’s location along the path. The globe sits in a freestanding base, so you can pick it up and examine any area closely. As fascinating visually as it is instructive, this unique globe is a "must" for anyone who's witnessed a total solar eclipse or who longs to see one.

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Pocket Sky Atlas, Second Edition

Perfect for beginners and experienced stargazers alike, Sky & Telescope’s Pocket Sky Atlas is your go-to celestial reference! Sky & Telescope’s celestial atlases are the standard by which all other star atlases have been judged for more than half a century. Our Pocket Sky Atlas is no exception. This wonderfully detailed atlas is particularly handy to take on trips and use at the telescope.


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Sky & Telescope's Mars Globe

See Mars up close with our classic 12-inch globe. Created with more than 6,000 orbiter images, the globe is colored to mimic Mars's true appearance.


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