Thanks to UNISTELLAR’s patented Multi-Depth Technology, Odyssey telescopes can now observe both nearby planets and far-off galaxies and nebulae with an unprecedented level of versatility.

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Only on ODYSSEY & ODYSSEY PRO smart telescopes

Typically, to observe the solar system—where the planets are bright, small, and close to Earth—you need a long telescope (also known as a “long focal length”), and to observe the rest of the universe—where the objects are far away, spread out, and have low perceived rightness from Earth—you need a shorter telescope (also known as a “short focal length”). This means that traditional telescopes are generally restricted to a single type of observation, making it necessary to switch instruments based on what you want to observe.
With Multi-Depth Technology, UNISTELLAR’s research teams have solved this dilemma. Odyssey telescopes let you travel from our solar system to the farthest corners of the universe without ever changing instruments. There is no need to make adjustments. Everything happens automatically for seamless observation.

How does it work?

The patented innovation behind Multi-Depth Technology combines multiple technologies with scientific expertise to adjust the instrument’s sensitivity and resolution to the object being observed, including a sensor with high pixel resolution, an advanced planet-specific image processing algorithm, and UNISTELLAR’s modification of a binning program for observing faraway objects like galaxies and nebulae.
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Live analysis of the light signal received by the sensor is made possible by the planetary observation algorithm designed for Odyssey telescopes, which preserves only unaltered data. The observed image is the result of a rapid succession of short shots whose information is combined to produce a sharp, detailed, and more colorful image.

Deep-sky binning leverages a technology found in smartphone cameras, for example, in which four neighboring pixels are grouped together to form a single larger pixel. The image processing experts at UNISTELLAR have adapted binning for use in astronomical observation through an innovative algorithm that boosts the sensitivity of the sensor in Odyssey telescopes. This means that ODYSSEY telescopes can pick up more light signal and provide excellent quality for observing faint deep sky objects without requiring a different telescope for solar system observation.

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