ATMLJ, © 2003-2008

Welcome to ATM Letters Journal

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ATM Letters report you all about telescope making, written from ATM to ATM. It will both arouse your curiosity and answer your questions. Why are there so many different kinds of telescopes? Why does each type have to offer? What makes one telescope better than another? Which are the best? Why? As telescope maker you will be best informed and will be able to design professional your telescopes. Each issue includes a lot of programs, designed to allow you to quickly and easy evaluate the performance of telescope systems, designed to be simple and intuitive to use and will help you become an optical expert and make sense to you. Each issue is packed with all kinds of information on all kinds of telescope-making subjects.

ATMLJ is the premier magazine for people who are serious about telescope making. It's also really good for those who want to learn more about telescopes in general, history of optics, development and futures. ATMLJ was originally developed for amateur astonomers and telescope makers and will remain ever true to that mission.

Since his first publishing of articles about telescopes, telescope making, and history of telescopes, ATMLJ have gained the respect and readership of amateur astronomers from all around the world.

For new subscribers, ATMLJ offer a special, where you can get the back issues with your new subscription for a very reasonable price. Additional telescope design software called MODAS and developed by the editor can be ordered with discount. This is a great way to be introduced to what is about to become your favorite magazine.

ATM Letters is a bi-montly journal and is published since august 2003.

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