For an epic asteroid month, there’s another potentially hazardous asteroid to observe this June. Help astronomers study PHA 2020DB5!
Galaxies, nebulae and even a supernova are waiting for you in June’s night skies. Grab your Unistellar Telescope and join the stargazing fun!
Just in time for Asteroid Day on June 30, you can observe potentially hazardous asteroid 1994XD this month as it flies by our planet!
On May 19th, the decade’s closest supernova was discovered in the Pinwheel Galaxy! Join the Unistellar Network in observing it.
Be prepared for the upcoming solar eclipses with our Smart Solar Filter! But what is a solar eclipse exactly, and when is the next one?
This May offers up a bounty of celestial treats to observe, including bursting galaxies and a god’s helmet … or is that Baby Yoda?
On May 5, the moon will darken as it passes through the outer part of Earth’s shadow. Join the community in observing this eclipse, visible to Europe, Asia, and Oceania!
ESA’s Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer, or JUICE, will launch April 14th at 12:14 UTC. Grab your telescope and observe this historic mission!
The Japanese HAKUTO-R Mission 1 is set to be the first commercial spacecraft to land on the moon. Observe the crater where it will land!
Unistellar is taking a new step toward realizing its vision of becoming the world leader in consumer astronomy. By welcoming an investment from Nikon, the company is enhancing the synergy between Unistellar’s imaging and space observation know-how and Nikon’s optical...