- Australian Sky & Telescope
The Australian edition of Sky & Telescope magazine
- Astronomy Magazine
News, features, Weather, Beginner articles, discussions, a good magazine and an excellent web site.
- Sky & Telescope
Sky publishing have stopped just short of putting their magazine on the web, but have offered a wealth of information anyway for both Northern and Southern observers.
- Space.com e-zine
Home of space.com, a company dedicated to space and space related content and to serving its audience on a wide variety of platforms. An informative site with news, education, games, and a kids’ channel. They are also responsible for a broadband TV channel, the magazine Space Illustrated, and software Starry Night.
- The Astronomer (Online)
This is the home page of The Astronomer group. They produce a magazine for the advanced amateur and our aim is to publish all observations of astronomical interest as soon as possible after they are made. The magazine has been published monthly since 1964 and subscribers are found all over the world. Back issues of magazines dating back to 1977 are available. We also provide a very comprehensive electronic circulars service to keep our members up to date. All of this is available for a modest subscription.
- Astronomy Now
UK astronomy magazine, web page is mainly to support the magazine, but also has interesting articles and news.
- Astronomy Digest
News Throughout the Net - Updated Weekly
ICARUS is the official publication of the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society and is dedicated to reporting the results of new research---observational, experimental, or theoretical---concerning the astronomy, geology, meteorology, physics, chemistry, biology, and other scientific aspects of our solar system or extrasolar systems.
If you are not familiar with Canada’s magazine of astronomy and stargazing, please browse around the site. You might want to start with a peek at our current issue. SkyNews has plenty to offer the astronomy buff. If you are already familiar with SkyNews,check out our new back-issues page, where you can find covers going back to our first issue along with brief content summaries.
- StarDate online
StarDate Productions is the public education and outreach arm of the University of Texas McDonald Observatory. Our award-winning radio programs are heard every day in English and Spanish on more than 300 stations. And our popular bimonthly astronomy magazine is the perfect skywatching companion for amateur astronomers or anyone interested in celestial events and space exploration. We also keep tabs on the events in the night sky and offer astronomy resources to teachers, the media, and the public.
- Night Sky Observer
Photon is a new bi-monthly astronomy magazine which aims to fill the gap left by the regular printed magazines. The magazine is issued in PDF format and is currently only available for download. If there’s enough requests, we’ll consider providing it on CD as an alternative (for those with slow or no internet connection). The reason for it being a PDF is to keep the overheads on producing the magazine down. Photon is written by amateurs for amateurs, focusing on topics that relate directly to amateur astronomy rather than more esoteric, armchair-type subjects or other non-practical-related topics. Such topics are well served by mainstream magazines. In our magazine you’ll find subjects that have a more hands-on feel about them; experiences direct from one amateur to another. And we want this to be a magazine with an international flavor.
Last Updated: 6 July, 2012.
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