Mobile astronomy apps can tell you about the upcoming skywatching events for 2017 and help you spot them.
In this edition of Mobile Stargazing, we'll help you choose binoculars for astronomy and tell you about a range of fascinating objects in the fall sky, from the nearby moon to a galaxy far, far away.
A number of impressive meteor showers will occur over the next few months, and mobile astronomy apps can help you enjoy the celestial show.
In this edition of Mobile Astronomy, we'll travel the celestial and see ancient starlight with our own two eyes.
This week saw the release of a major update for the popular app SkySafari 5 for Android now with three levels — Basic, Plus and Pro — offering something for every level of astronomy enthusiast.
In this edition of Mobile Astronomy, we'll explore Saturn — as a target for your telescope, as planetary science laboratory and as inspiration for your own journey into astronomy.
During May, the obscuring dense stars, gas and dust of the Milky Way vacate the night sky, leaving a yearly opening for skywatchers to peer at distant galaxies.
Here's how to use mobile apps to spot satellites, and even the International Space Station overhead.
In this edition of Mobile Stargazing, we'll focus on sky-charting apps — mobile star atlases loaded with features that run circles around stuffy old paper atlases.