I have been asked if the Yearbook of Astronomy ceased to be the Yearbook of Astronomy with the 2010 edition which, unlike its predecessors (which were simply called Yearbook of Astronomy along with the year), was titled ‘Patrick Moore’s 2010 Yearbook of Astronomy. I am keen to get an answer on this as I have been asked . . .
For all those who were under the impression that the Yearbook of Astronomy was no more, I am delighted to confirm that this iconic publication is well and truly up-and-running again. An edition for 2017 has been produced (a self-published but high-quality volume which has received praise from all who have received a copy so far) and which is available at http://www.starlight-nights.co.uk/subscriber-2017-yearbook-astronomy/ The 2018 edition will be published in November of this year and can be pre-ordered on Amazon – search ‘Yearbook of Astronomy 2018’. While maintaining the appeal of earlier editions, the Yearbook of Astronomy has evolved, and will continue to evolve, to meet the ever-changing needs of today’s backyard astronomers. We are confident that the 2018 edition will be well received by anyone who reads it . . .