Last year, Unistellar citizen scientists broke multiple records. From DART to JWST, 2022 was great – but 2023 will be even better!
A Galactic Voyage
Join us on a galactic voyage as we kick off galaxy season with some of our all-time favorites – besides for the Milky Way, that is!
A Year in Citizen Science: Planetary Defense Rocks 2022
Unistellar Planetary Defense had its biggest year yet as the leading citizen science network contributing official near-Earth asteroid data.
A Year in Citizen Science: Observers Break Record Watching JWST from Launch to Space
Last year, the Unistellar Network made the only continuous observations of the James Webb Space Telescope from launch to its final destination.
A Year in Citizen Science: Unistellar Network Breaks Exoplanet Record
Unistellar Exoplanet Hunters made waves in 2022, with a new world record and scientific papers! 2023 is bound to be even better.
Comet E3 Could Outburst As It Approaches the Sun
Comet C/2022 E3 is about to fly by the Sun! Join the Unistellar Network in making observations that could catch an outburst if it occurs.
Comets Carry Solar System Clues – And One is Headed Our Way!
Why are comets important to understanding our place in the universe? Find out and get ready to observe an incoming comet as it passes by us!
Holiday Observing Guide
Learn about cosmic targets to “wow” family, friends, and yourself with this holiday season as you gather around your Unistellar telescope!
Unistellar Community Included In Multiple Scientific Papers
Did you know Unistellar Citizen Astronomers are often cited in published scientific papers? Find out how you can contribute too!
To the Moon and Back: Observe Artemis I with your Unistellar Telescope
The Artemis I mission is now headed back to splashdown on Earth. You can observe its homebound journey with your Unistellar telescope!