Author: Stuart Parkerson

Explore Scientific Releases New iEXOS-100 PMC-Eight Equatorial Tracker System for Telescopes
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Explore Scientific Releases New iEXOS-100 PMC-Eight Equatorial Tracker System for Telescopes

Explore Scientific has released its new iEXOS-100 which offers a complete computerized Wi-Fi or wired GOTO Equatorial Tracker with integrated PMC-Eight electronics suitable for attaching small telescopes or DSLR cameras attached to a standard “Vixen Style” dovetail plate. It can be used with the Explore Scientific’s free ExploreStars App for […]

Astronomischer Arbeitskreis Salzkammergut Astronomy Club Releases CCD-Guide 2019 for Planning Astro Imaging Projects
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Astronomischer Arbeitskreis Salzkammergut Astronomy Club Releases CCD-Guide 2019 for Planning Astro Imaging Projects

Every year since 1997, the Astronomischer Arbeitskreis Salzkammergut astronomy club in Austria has published the CCD-Guide in DVD format, which assists astrophotographers in planning their imaging projects. Besides a huge number of reference images, the CCD-Guide contains software to find images, to view images and to obtain all necessary data. […]

Explore Scientific Releases New Tactile Touch Screen Buttons for the PMC-Eight ExploreStars App
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Explore Scientific Releases New Tactile Touch Screen Buttons for the PMC-Eight ExploreStars App

With the Explore Scientific ExploreStars’ App, you can connect your Explore Scientific PMC-Eight equipped telescope mounts with touch devices using Windows, Android and Apple operating systems. The platform is designed to simplify your stargazing experience through its intuitive interface while improving your skills as an astronomer. The new Explore Scientific […]

nPAE Precision Astro Engineering is Hosting an Astrophotography Contest Focusing on Northern Hemisphere Objects
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nPAE Precision Astro Engineering is Hosting an Astrophotography Contest Focusing on Northern Hemisphere Objects

nPAE Precision Astro Engineering is hosting an astrophotography contest focusing on Northern Hemisphere Objects. The competition is free to enter, is open to all astrophotographers and group entries are also welcome. The closing date for submissions is March 31, 2019 with the winner announced May 1st. Photos can be of […]