Learn about cosmic targets to “wow” family, friends, and yourself with this holiday season as you gather around your Unistellar telescope!
Did you know Unistellar Citizen Astronomers are often cited in published scientific papers? Find out how you can contribute too!
The Artemis I mission is now headed back to splashdown on Earth. You can observe its homebound journey with your Unistellar telescope!
Is this exoplanet’s mysterious companion another planet, or something else, like a brown dwarf? You’ll soon have a chance to help find out!
Congratulations to Unistellar Citizen Astronomer Tateki Goto, who recently coauthored a paper on asteroid Phaethon with members of JAXA.
Some of the most exciting objects to observe in the universe are also some of the closest to home. The planets of our Solar System, and their many moons,...
In March of 2022, astronomers discovered a comet from the outer reaches of the Solar System making its way toward the Sun. Called C/2022 E3 ZTF, the object will be passing by Earth in February, leaving a bright trail of gas and dust behind it.
Unistellar Astronomers have confirmed a new shape for the NASA Lucy Mission asteroid target Eurybates.
This November 12 – 14, citizen astronomers have the opportunity to join professionals in watching a super puffy Saturn-like exoplanet pass in front of its star.
Within the next two months, three large asteroids will be zooming right past Earth. NASA and other space agencies keep an eye on these NEOs, and now, you can help them do it!