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[Sky & Telescope magazine in April 2009] Sky & Telescope... -
If you’re a long-time subscriber you have probably
noticed subtle changes over the past few months, and perhaps more with
this issue than any other. My colleagues and I have thought long and hard
about how to put our pages to their best possible use for you, the reader. The
gradual evolution you’re seeing is the result of numerous discussions held
over many months.
When I assumed the helm as editor last June, I wanted to give the magazine more flexibility so we could expand our coverage of important areas
such as astrophotography, deep-sky observing, and amateur contributions to
science. When I discussed my ideas with my editorial and art colleagues, we
reached a consensus that we needed to free up space so we could run articles
on a wider variety of topics, by a wider variety of authors. S&Tsubscribers
expressed similar sentiments when I asked them about the magazine.
Over the past few months, we’ve given ourselves flexibility by reducing
pages devoted to regular departmen

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[Sky & Telescope magazine in April 2009] Sky & Telescope... -