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Thanks... Not super sweet, but wanted to renew my recently expired astronomy subscription.
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Thanks... Not super sweet, but wanted to renew my recently expired astronomy subscription.

Astrophotographer here. How is the content in the magazine?
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For those looking for an alternative for Wine Spectator, you can pick it up for free from RecycleBank (reliable freebie source).

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Whatever source you use for subscribing (DM, RecycleBank etc), you can extend a current subscription. If you are trying to do so, be sure to use the EXACT same name/addy information that is on your current mailing label. If you aren't sure...you can log into your subscription account at the magazine website to verify your information.

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Astrophotographer here. How is the content in the magazine?
Astronomy mag covers a wide range of topics but also has iinfo on monthly targets, oppositions, transits, etc. I renewed.The science keeps moving ahead quickly. Huge new telescopes, James Webb is coming too, [youtube.com]
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$13 is a bargain for Astronomy.
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Get that astronomical mag ahead of the life on Venus confirmation
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Thanks OP hasn't been the $10 I was looking for in a while for astronomy so ill take it at this price!
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Astrophotographer here. How is the content in the magazine?
I like it... much better than Sky & Telescope that I first tried few years back. Like @Princeman quoted above, it covers wide range of topics including new discoveries and research. Plus it covers "sky this month" that helps you plan. It doesn't focus on new consumer telescopes and instruments, if that's what you are looking for. Even advertisements are limited (one of the reasons I like this magazine).

How this helps.

Btw... This seems to be the best price recently. Last time I had renewed it at $14.
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is the astronomy, kid friendly?

my daughter is taking a liking to space and we've gone through all of our kid space books. looking for easy text/ nice pictures for my 3rd grader
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is the astronomy, kid friendly?

my daughter is taking a liking to space and we've gone through all of our kid space books. looking for easy text/ nice pictures for my 3rd grader
I would say it's for a hobbyist/amateur. It doesn't get into too much of theory, and tries to explain in layman terms, but still may be a little too advanced for a 3rd grader.
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I would say it's for a hobbyist/amateur. It doesn't get into too much of theory, and tries to explain in layman terms, but still may be a little too advanced for a 3rd grader.
As someone who is fascinated by space rather than stargazing is this up my alley?
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As someone who is fascinated by space rather than stargazing is this up my alley?
Yes, I would say Astronomy magazine is more focused on the space science than stargazing. I read it for years before I got curious and started researching telescopes...I bought one and now I'm in it for the stargazing too!
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This is one of the few mag subscription sites I trust. Your can turn off autorenew and they really don't continue the sub like other sites.
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