What was your initial motivation for creating Unistellar? Classical telescopes are great for viewing the four main planets—Mars, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn—but even expensive, high-end devices don’t allow us to see much beyond that, and totally miss the truly awe-inspiring colors and details of many deep-space objects. While astronomy remains hugely popular as a hobby,…Details
Unistellar Signs Up More Than 1,200 Early-adopters for its Revolutionary eVscope Confirming the Public Interest for Citizen Science Astronomy San Francisco & Marseille, November 9, 2017. Unistellar, a startup that’s committed to restore the joy of night-sky viewing to people all over the globe, is off to a strong start thanks to the massive success…Details
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On april 19th, asteroid 2014 JO25 was at its closest to earth (1.9 million km, almost five times farther than the moon). This 650m-wide rock belongs the categories of NEO (Near Earth Objects): it will probably impact earth one day because its orbit crosses earth’s orbit. But be reassured, this is a probabilistic calculation made…Details
Clamecy, France, April 13th, 10pm local time, cold night and clear sky in Burgundy. The moon will remain below the horizon for another hour. A few minutes were required to set up the new prototype of Unistellar’s Enhanced Vision TelescopeTM (a tuned 4.5-inch telescope). It is time to aim at the target of the night, the Whirlpool Galaxy…Details
On January 6, 2017, I was invited to a demonstration of the 4 1/2 inch telescope under development by Unistellar. I was present from 1930 to 2030 (sunset was at 1641). The site of the demonstration was southwest of Las Vegas, Nevada, a considerable distance out of town; however, the lights of the city could…Details
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