Unistellar at CES 2019: World’s Most Powerful Consumer Telescope, Now on Industrial Launch Pad, Will Boost Citizen Astronomy

Marseille and San Francisco, Jan. 4. Just one month after completing an historic crowdfunding campaign that raised more than $3 million in pre-orders for its revolutionary digital telescope, Unistellar has moved its eVscope, to the industrial launch pad. The citizen-astronomy-focused start-up will celebrate this key event in its history by demonstrating the telescope at two…

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What’s New with Unistellar?

Last year, the SETI Institute announced its exciting new partnership with Unistellar, a start-up developing the revolutionary new eVscope. Here is a press release published by the SETI Institute about this partnership. Last year, the SETI Institute announced its exciting new partnership with Unistellar, a start-up developing the revolutionary new eVscope whose chief scientific officer…

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Citizen Astronomy: Capturing a Snapshot of Pluto’s Atmosphere with Unistellar’s eVscope

Marseille and San Francisco, August 24th. Because Pluto is moving away from Earth, it is crucial that we take advantage of every opportunity we get to learn about the dwarf planet’s behavior and atmosphere. Unistellar, the start-up that developed the revolutionary light-amplified eVscope, is proud to announce that its digital compact telescope successfully detected and…

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Unistellar, France’s Largest Crowdfunded Technology Project, will be at Vivatech

Marseille and San Francisco, May 17. Citizen astronomy is coming to Vivatech! After its record-breaking crowdfunding campaign, the largest technology campaign in French history and one of the biggest ever seen in Europe, Unistellar will be at Vivatech 2018, France’s leading start-up event, to display its eVscope, a revolutionary digital telescope that is 100 times…

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Report on an Occultation Near Marseille – First Scientific Result With the eVscope

Today Unistellar is proud to announce the first real scientific result obtained with our eVscope prototype. On Jan, 27, after designing a special observing mode for this purpose, we viewed an occultation of a magnitude-11 star by the main-belt asteroid 175 Andromache . By combining our observations, which we made in Marseille, France, with others…

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