“The simple layout, stylish design and an excellent smartphone app user interface makes the eVscope 2 a doddle to use and photograph the night sky with”
“Unistellar has created a nearly foolproof instrument that even novice skywatchers will have a blast with.”
“The Unistellar eVscope eQuinox is probably the best telescope for city dwellers.”
“Unistellar’s smart eVscope has made exploring the stars easier than ever before.”
FEEL THE THRILLS OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY
Thanks to partnerships with renowned scientific organisations, like the NASA for the Exoplanet’s Detection Program, and the SETI Institute for the Planetary Defense and Asteroid Occultations these telescopes designed for the public allow users to become citizen astronomers and contribute to cutting-edge research into exoplanets, asteroids, comets and much more.
Millions of asteroids exist in our Solar System. Mostly unknown or poorly known, these rocky objects hold key information about the birth of planets and even about how life first appeared on Earth.
Learn how to detect an asteroid, where you can observe their shadow and what kind of results have been achieved by the Unistellar community.
The discovery of exoplanets (planets orbiting stars outside the solar system) has become one of the most active and exciting areas in modern astronomy.
Now, thanks to the Unistellar technology, you can join professional astronomers and participate in discovering and characterizing exoplanets in our galaxy.
Planetary Defense entails detecting, monitoring, understanding, and mitigating near-Earth objects. These are small objects in our solar system like asteroids and comets that come close to Earth. For near-Earth objects that could impact Earth, Planetary Defense involves preventing or mitigating their impact.
* The material contained in this document is based upon work supported by a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) grant or cooperative agreement. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of NASA.
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