First published in 2005, Australian Sky & Telescope is Australasia’s most authoritative source for the latest developments in astronomy and space exploration. Published 8 times per year (every 6-7 weeks) and utilising the formidable worldwide resources of its US parent magazine, Australian Sky & Telescope is considered a ‘bible’ by amateur astronomers.

Our editor, Jonathan Nally, is well known to members of both the amateur and professional astronomical communities. In 1987 he founded Australia’s first astronomy magazine, Sky & Space, and in 2005 became the launch editor for Australian Sky & Telescope. He has written for other major science magazines and technology magazines, and has authored, contributed to or edited many astronomy, nature, history and technology books. He also appears regularly in the mainstream media, especially Channel 9’s Today Show, and has been involved in the production of several shows for the Melbourne Planetarium. In 2000, the Astronomical Society of Australia awarded him the inaugural David Allen Prize for excellence in the promotion of astronomy to the public.