Here our beginner's guide on how to photograph the aurora, which includes the best techniques and camera settings for capturing the Northern Lights.
Here's a guide to all the rocket launches and astronomical events in 2021, as well as milestones for space missions, anniversaries and conferences.
Review The Canon RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS USM lens is crazy-sharp and makes taking astro images even easier thanks to its simple design and five stops of image stabilization
A few minutes getting to know how your binoculars work is time well spent, if you're planning on using them in your stargazing sessions.
Review The Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III USM lens is one of their most popular top-quality wide-angle zoom lenses. We see how it fares for nightscape photography.
Though we can now be certain the asteroid Apophis will not strike Earth in 2029, its close passage offers us a unique scientific opportunity.
Feature Looking to get into aurora photography? Here are the best cameras, lenses and tripod kits for capturing the Northern Lights.
Learn about the composition and orbit of comets, as well as the history of their discovery, famous comets and space missions to analyze them.
We've rounded up some simple tips and tricks for getting maximum zoom from your camera, with advice on how to upgrade your equipment and process your images.
After the release of Stellina and Vespera, Vaonis will launch the most powerful automated telescope yet, Hyperia.
We sat down with a group of women in astrophotography, to get their top tips for capturing pictures of the night sky.
There are two star patterns representing crowns that are visible in our current late-summer evening sky: Corona Borealis (the Northern Crown) and Corona Australis (the Southern Crown).
Stargazers across the globe celebrated this year's magical Harvest Moon, which marked the end of the summer season just two days before the autumnal equinox.
Our recommended binoculars for curious minds wanting to see the moon, planets and star clusters in the night sky.
Wednesday (Sept. 22) marks the equinox, which, thanks to its Latin name meaning "equal night," is often thought of as the day when dark and light each claim 12 hours.