Monthly Archive: June 2018

Stefan Binnewies / Josef Pöpsel / Capella Observatory - http://www.capella-observatory.com/ImagesIndex.htm 0

The Famous Double Stars

Let’s get to know them better. A double star is exactly what you would think, two small stars positioned close and visible to the naked eye. In some cases, these are simple random alignments...

The Whirlpool Galaxy (Messier 51)

Image from NASA/ESA What we see in this stunning high resolution photo of the Hubble Space Telescope is the M51 galaxy, also known as the Whirlpool galaxy for its very long arms. It is...

The Rings of Jupiter

Although this photo may seem very poor, surely none of you will be able to reproduce it nor do it better! This is a picture taken by the Juno probe, the latest NASA mission...

0

Buying your first used telescope

  Thinking of buying your first telescope? After checking various online stores, you already have an idea of the optics you are looking for and most probably after having seen the prices, you have...

0

A Guide on Observing the Sun

  On 21st August 2017, one of the most photographed solar eclipses in history took place; in fact, the United States has finally been able to observe a total eclipse after more than 100...

Bright Comets of 2018

Comet Jacques And Nebulae. Taken by Michael Jäger on August 19, 2014  2018 will bring several comets close to the sun, a couple of them having enough brightness to be visible to the naked eye or to...

Imaged taken from http://alpha-lyrae.co.uk/2014/05/04/televue-delos-eyepiece-review/

Review of the TeleVue Delos 12mm Eyepiece

TeleVue Delos 12mm: Imaged taken from http://alpha-lyrae.co.uk/2014/05/04/televue-delos-eyepiece-review/ where you can find another beautiful review of the eyepiece. A certain originality in choosing the names of their products must be given to TeleVue. If we...