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In this modern age, technology has opened up extraordinary possibilities, allowing us to explore the depths of space through virtual telescopes and astronomical simulations. With just a few clicks, you can embark on a cosmic journey, delving into distant galaxies, witnessing the birth of stars, and unraveling the secrets of celestial phenomena.

Picture yourself sitting back, with a cup of warm tea in hand, as you navigate through the vast expanse of the cosmos using our online observatory. Through high-resolution images captured by our powerful telescope, you can marvel at the intricate details of distant nebulae, the mesmerizing dance of planetary systems, and the breathtaking beauty of galaxies millions of light-years away.

The accessibility of modern technology has transformed the way we explore and appreciate the universe. It has democratized astronomy, allowing anyone with an internet connection to immerse themselves in the wonders of the night sky. Whether you are a seasoned enthusiast or a curious beginner, the cosmos is now at your fingertips, waiting to be explored and admired.

So, take a moment to imagine the limitless possibilities that await you as you embark on your cosmic adventure from the cozy confines of your sofa. The universe is vast, mysterious, and awe-inspiring, and with the power of technology, its wonders are within reach like never before. Sit back, relax, and let the universe unfold before your eyes, all from the comfort of home.

Who am I?

From the moment I received my first telescope at the age of 10, my fascination with astronomy took hold of me. As I eagerly assembled the instrument, I couldn't wait to direct it towards the heavens and unlock the mysteries of the cosmos. Little did I know that this simple gift would ignite a lifelong passion.

It was on a clear night, with my telescope set up in our backyard, that I experienced a profound "wahoo!" moment. Peering through the eyepiece, I beheld the Moon in all its glory, its pockmarked surface revealing the impact of countless craters. The sheer magnitude of what I was witnessing left me in awe, and from that point forward, I was captivated by the wonders of the universe.

As the years have passed, my passion for astronomy has only deepened. I've eagerly devoured books, attended star parties and lectures, and spent countless hours under the starry canopy, observing celestial objects and pondering the vastness of space. Each new discovery, whether it be a distant galaxy, a shimmering nebula, or the dance of planets, has only fueled my curiosity and desire to delve further into the mysteries of the cosmos.

Living in England has its own advantages for an aspiring astronomer. I am incredibly fortunate to reside in a designated dark sky protected area, where the impact of light pollution is minimal. The unspoiled night sky presents a breathtaking panorama of stars, constellations, and other celestial wonders, providing me with a front-row seat to the beauty and grandeur of the universe.

But my journey in astronomy is not just about personal exploration. It is about sharing the marvels of the cosmos with others, igniting their curiosity and inspiring them to look up and wonder. Whether it's organizing stargazing events, giving presentations, or simply engaging in conversations with fellow enthusiasts, I find joy in spreading the awe and knowledge that astronomy brings.

As I continue to gaze at the stars and unravel the mysteries of the universe, I am grateful for the early spark that ignited my passion for astronomy. It has become an integral part of my life, guiding me on a cosmic adventure that I am excited to embark on when I can.




In order to capture breathtaking images of the cosmos, it is essential to have access to high-quality astronomical tools. Let's take a closer look at the specific instruments we use for planetary and DSLR observations, ensuring optimal results and unforgettable visual experiences.


Please find below a stunning collection of recent customer snapshots, showcasing captivating moments frozen in time through our telescope.

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  • Planetary
  • Deep Sky Objects

Mare Crisium

Details around Mare Crisium


Planet Mars

The Sun

Some sun spots (September 2021)


Crater Copernicus


The Whirlpool galaxy, M51, at 31 million light-years away.


Orion nebula, one of the most beautiful nebulas which can be observed in the Winter skies.

close up of the Moon

South pole


The Pinwheel galaxy, M101, located 21 million light-years away.

Crescent Moon

Explore more about the stunning crescent moon.


M61 - a spiral galaxy located 46 million light-years away

M81 & M82

The Bode and the Cigar galaxies


The Hercules Globular Cluster, M13, is a globular cluster of hundred thousand stars located 25 thousand light-years away.


Crater Plato

close up of the Moon

region of Mare Imbrium


Crater Shiller




Different phases of Venus


A planetary nebula in Lyra


Galaxy M99

The Moon

A closeup (Moon)


Jupiter and one of its satellite


The movement of asteroid Vesta, as seen in 24h.


Saturn, the second largest planet in the solar system, with its beautiful rings.


Jupiter and the famous great red spot

The Moon

The North pole of the Moon


Io kissing jupier




M31, Andromeda Galaxy - our neighbour

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Have you ever been curious about calculating the mass of a planet or determining the distance between Earth and the Moon? Look no further! You're in the right place to explore the fascinating mysteries of the night sky.

Prepare to embark on an enlightening adventure that will expand your understanding of the cosmos and ignite your curiosity about the celestial marvels that surround us. Enjoy the wonders of the night sky!

Check out the links below for detailed explanations and insights into these astronomical wonders:

Field of view

How does the image size vary with different devices?

Apparent size

What is an apparent size? How can I calculate it?

Diameter of the Moon

Follow the explanation on how to calculate the diameter of the Moon!


What is an ephemeris?


What is a magnitude?

Saturn's Moons

All you need to know about the Moons of Saturn

Saturn's Moons Ephemeris

Find the ephemeris of the main moons of Saturn

Saturn's Mass

Find here more how to calculate the mass of Saturn

Celestial Mechanics

Click here to know more about the basics of celestial mechanics

Supernova in M101

What is a supernova?


Find all you need to know about this exciting celestial body


Discover why this man is so important for astronomers

Titius-Bode law

How to predict the distance between the Sun and each planet?

Crab nebula

Would like to know when this fantastic nebula was discovered?

Moon Phase Tracker

Use this tool to check the current phase of the Moon

Aurora Borealis

Learn More About the Fantastic Aurora Borealis of May 11, 2024.

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