BBC Sky at Night

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BBC Sky at Night
Editor Chris Bramley
Categories Astronomy
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Andrew Davies
Total circulation
(June 2016)
Year founded 2005
Company Immediate Media Company
Country United Kingdom
Language English

BBC Sky at Night magazine is a British monthly magazine about astronomy aimed at amateur astronomers and published by Immediate Media Company. Its title is taken from the television program produced by the BBC, The Sky at Night. The magazine, in comparison with the TV series, includes more technical and scientific information. It also includes a bonus CD-ROM with software programs, latest astronomical photographs, written materials and in some issues, a 'classic' episode of The Sky at Night from the BBC archives.


BBC Sky at Night was launched in 2005. The first issue, which featured Patrick Moore on the cover and included a copy of Moore's Moon map as a free gift, sold out and back issues are no longer available. Copies of Issue 1 have since sold for over £100 on eBay.[citation needed] In April 2007, the magazine celebrated the 50th anniversary of The Sky at Night on BBC TV with a specially-themed issue, which was produced in two different covers.

Patrick Moore was an editorial advisor serving as Editor Emeritus,[when?] along with Chris Lintott, serving as Contributing Editor respectively.


  1. ^ "Mag ABCs: Full circulation round-up for the first half of 2013". Press Gazette. 15 August 2013. Retrieved 7 December 2013. 

External links

  • BBC Sky at Night magazine
  • BBC Sky at Night magazine forum
  • BBC Magazines Bristol
  • The Sky at Night TV programme homepage
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