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Astronomy and Sky Website of Martin Lewis

Webb Society Deep Sky Observer

  • ‘Memories from the 1995 Texas Star Party’, Issue 7, Oct. 1995, p32
  • ‘Observing at the Parador de las Canadas, Teneriffe’, Issue 124, Spring 2001, p2

BAA Journal

  • ‘The building of Fossil Light – a 46cm lightweight Dobsonian Reflector’, BAA Journal Vol 109, No. 5, Oct. 1999, p247
  • Investigating the Mars edge-rind artefact’, BAA Journal Vol 130, No. 5, Oct 2020, p273
  • Book review of ‘Planetary Astronomy’ by Chistophe Pellier (Ed), BAA Journal Vol 131, No. 4, Aug 2021, p254
  • ‘Imaging the Venus night side at 1000nm’, BAA Venus and Mercury section newsletter Messenger No. 4 June 2020
  • ‘Atmospheric dispersion, Part 1: Problem & Solution’, BAA Journal Vol 131, No. 5, Oct 2021, p276
  • ‘Atmospheric dispersion, Part II: Orientation & adjustment’, BAA Journal Vol 131, No. 6, Dec 2021, p348
  • Equatorial Platforms Pt. 1, BAA Journal Vol. 132, No 1 Feb. 2022 p21
  • Equatorial Platforms Pt. 2, BAA Journal Vol. 132, No. 2, April 2022 pTBD
  • Equatorial Platforms Pt. 3, BAA Journal Vol. 132, No. 3, June 2022 pTBD

Sky and Telescope

  • ‘Improving Dobsonian Motion’, Oct. 1999, p129
  • ‘Better Dobsonian Bearings’, Oct. 2003, p123

BBC Sky at Night Magazine- General

  • ‘Chasing the ISS’, Dec, 2011, p67
  • ‘Atmospheric Dispersion Correctors Explained’, Nov. 2012, p62
  • ‘Dealing with Dew’, Feb. 2014, p41
  • ‘Mars at Opposition’, April 2014, p41
  • The Guide- Collimating a Newtonian Telescope, July, 2014, p78
  • ‘Maximise your Deep Sky Observing’, Feb. 2015, p36
  • How To – Thermally Optimise your Telescope, Feb. 2015, p81
  • How To – Build an All-Sky Camera, June 2015, p84
  • How To – Use a Video Camera for Star Tests, Oct. 2015, p81-82.pdf
  • ‘Capturing the Planets the Dobsonian Way’, Dec. 2015, p77
  • Image Procesing- Derotate Imagers using Winjupos Part I, Apr. 2016, p85
  • Image Procesing- Derotate Imagers using Winjupos Part II, May 2016, p87
  • ‘Reducing Noise in Planetary imaging’, Dec 2016, p67
  • Introduction to PIPP (Planetary Imaging PreProcessor) Pt. 1, Aug. 2017, p84
  • Introduction to PIPP (Planetary Imaging PreProcessor) Pt. 2, Oct. 2017, p84
  • Introduction to PIPP (Planetary Imaging PreProcessor) Pt. 3, Jan. 2018, p83
  • ‘Imaging the Ice Giants’, Sept. 2018, p66
  • Astrophotography Processing – IAPY2018 ‘Grace of Venus’, Sept. 2019, p78
  • Astrophotography Processing – IAPY Masterclass – Removing Twilight Effects, Dec. 2019, p78
  • Astrophotography Processing – IAPY2019 ‘Black Saturn’, May 2020, p80
  • How To – Collimate a Newtonian, Oct. 2020, p74
  • Astrophotography Processing – APY Masterclass – Tease details from the ice giants, May 2021, p78

BBC Sky at Night Magazine- Equipment/Book Reviews

  • Orion StarShoot AllSky Camera II, Feb. 2013, p106
  • Orion SkyQuest XX16g Dobsonian, June, 2013, p94
  • Celestron NexImage 5 Solar System Imager, Sept. 2013, p98
  • Revelation 16-inch f4.5 M-CRF Dobsonian, Oct. 2013, p90
  • Celestron Skyris 445C Colour Imaging Camera, March, 2014, p94
  • Celestron NexImage Burst colour camera, March 2015, p98
  • Celestron Skyris 132M Monochrome Solar System Imager, June 2015, p98
  • ZWO ASI034MC colour USB2.0 camera, Sept. 2015, p98
  • Review of The Astrophotography Manual by Chris Woodhouse, Nov. 2015, p103
  • SkyVision 24″ Dobsonian T600, Dec. 2015, p90
  • Altair GP Cam., March. 2016, p94
  • Celestron Skyris 236C Solar system Camera, Sept. 2016, p94
  • Meade LPI-G Planetary Imaging Camera, July 2017, p98
  • Explore Scientific Ultra Light 16″ Dobsonian GenII, July 2018, p90
  • Omegon Pro Dob N203/1200 Dobsonian, Sept. 2018, p89
  • Revelation Colour Filter Set – online review
  • Astronomik 2″ OIII Filter – online review
  • Altair Self Centering Smartphone Telescope Adaptor – online review

Society of Popular Astronomy

  • ‘How to improve your planetary imaging with an atmospheric dispersion corrector’, SPA Popular Astronomy Nov. 2018
  • ‘How to make maps with Winjupos’, SPA Popular Astronomy Sept 2021 p14
  • Book Review of ‘The Red Planet – A Natural History of Mars’ by Simon Morden, SPA Popular Astronomy Sept 2021 p42

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