Original Publish Date: 12-November-2015
Last Revision: 12-November-2015
When we get questions on our older columns, we often answer them directly and update the articles to reflect new information. For example, when we originally published our three part series on Finding and Photographing the Milky Way we had no clue they would be our most read articles. Over time we added more charts, and tables, including a table listing when the best time is to spot the Milky Way – alas, not October through February.
The Milky Way Series
Meteors and Meteor Showers
We have also made periodic updates to our articles on photographing meteors and meteor showers. We point this out because the best shower of the year is the Geminids and that shower occurs December 12-14. Start planning right now!
- How to Tell if That Streak is A Meteor
- Photographing Meteors
- Where to Find Dark Skies – Direction Matters
To help you out, we have begun adding “Original Publish Dates” and “Last Revised” dates to our articles. Of course most of the principles we have written about are timeless.