The new website will still have all the great astronomy content you love. But now, it will be showcased on a sleek, more modern site with a design that we hope you’ll like as much as we do
The team at Astronomy is excited to announce we will be launching a new and improved website in the coming weeks. We’ll still have all the great astronomy content you love, with informative and engaging articles, photos, and videos covering a wide range of space news and upcoming sky events. But now, it will be showcased on a sleek, more modern website with a design that we hope you’ll like as much as we do.
The new Astronomy.com site will be faster and easier to explore, featuring more streamlined navigation that will make finding the content and categories you’re most interested in a breeze. Getting around on the site on mobile will be simpler and faster, too, so reading articles on your smart device will be easier than ever. For our subscribers, we’ll also have an updated “Magazine” section where you can access the latest issue, as well as decades of archives.
To take full advantage of this new site, we encourage you to connect with us by signing up for our Astronomy.com newsletter, which will deliver a weekly a roundup of all the great news and observing information you need straight to your inbox.
For the past 50 years, Astronomy magazine has been dedicated to keeping space enthusiasts informed on the most exciting astronomical news out there. We love doing it. And this new website will serve as a giant leap forward in our ability to help you, our valued reader, stay up to date on the latest and greatest news about astronomy and space exploration. So be sure to keep checking out Astronomy.com in the coming weeks. And here’s to the next 50 years!