Enjoy a free tour of Astronomy.com this weekend!
November 13, 2009
|From noon, Friday, November 13, through 8 a.m. CST, Monday, November 16, all the great features that are available only to registered users or Astronomy magazine subscribers will be available to everyone. For free!|
Find out what you've been missing! Check out these exclusive benefits:
- StarDome Plus — Locate specific objects like planets, comets, galaxies, nebulae, and more in your night sky with the expanded version of Astronomy.com's interactive star chart.
- Equipment review archive — Astronomy.com's equipment review database includes every review, roundup, and buyers guide that has appeared in Astronomy magazine in the last few years — more than 200 products overall and growing!
- Columnist archive — Read the complete collections of Bob Berman's Strange Universe, Glenn Chaple's Observing Basics, David Levy's Evening Stars, Stephen James O'Meara's Secret Sky, and Phil Harrington's Binocular Universe.
- Weekly observing podcast — Senior Editor Michael E. Bakich's weekly series helps you find three notable objects or sky events you can see.
- Desktop Wallpaper — Bring the beauty of astronomy to your computer desktop.
- And more!
Then, if you like what you see, come back on Monday, November 16* and register on Astronomy.com for free or subscribe to Astronomy magazine right now.
*During the times mentioned above, you will not be able to register for a new account or log in to Astronomy.com with an existing account. Reader forum users will be able to post as long as they've logged in and have a cookie set prior to the times mentioned above. The site will be back to normal and open for new registrations at 8 a.m. CST Monday, November 16.
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