Blogs from Paul Money

When it comes to astronomy and space, you can count on us for lively opinions, topical views and expert help. Visit this page often for new blog posts from our team of expert writers.

Submitted by Paul Money
Tue Apr 18, 2017 12:21pm

That new reflector, equatorial mount or CCD planetary imaging camera may be top of your 'to buy' list, but it makes sense to pay attention to the smaller pieces of kit, writes BBC Sky at Night Magazine reviews editor Paul Money.

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Submitted by Paul Money
Tue Mar 21, 2017 10:48am

Beginners to astronomy nowadays have much to be thankful for, writes BBC Sky at Night Magazine reviews editor Paul Money.

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Submitted by Paul Money
Tue Feb 14, 2017 1:16pm

This month BBC Sky at Night Magazine reviews editor Paul Money extolls the virtues of solar observing ahead of Gary Palmer's review of the Daystar Sodium D-Line Quark eyepiece filter in the March 2017 issue.

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Submitted by Paul Money
Mon Jan 16, 2017 3:51pm

This month BBC Sky at Night Magazine reviews editor Paul Money discusses the virtues of cooled DSLR cameras, ahead of Pete Lawrence's February issue review of the PrimaLuceLab 700Da.

 

 

Submitted by Paul Money
Thu Dec 15, 2016 3:25pm

This month BBC Sky at Night Magazine reviews editor Paul Money hails the virtues of portable telescopes ahead of our January review of a new pick-up-and-carry refractor from Vixen.

Submitted by Paul Money
Wed Nov 16, 2016 12:44pm

This month BBC Sky at Night Magazine reviews editor Paul Money gives German suppliers Omegon first light in his review of their N 203/1200 Dobsonian.

Submitted by Paul Money
Thu Oct 20, 2016 10:13am

BBC Sky at Night Magazine reviews editor Paul Money looks at the latest astronomy equipment reviewed in our November issue.

Submitted by Paul Money
Tue Sep 20, 2016 9:50am

Be it long exposures, lengthy set-up times, misbehaving skies or expensive equipment, today's astronomers and astrophotographers have alot to contend with.

BBC Sky at Night Magazine reviews editor Paul Money looks at the latest equipment reviewed in our October issue that is helping astronomers make the most of their observing.

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