How To Use a WebCam With a Telescope

Using a WebCam with your telescope is the first step to the big topic of Astrophotography and Video Astronomy. Even I have started with small 76/700 reflector and a standard webcam. Don’t try to skip this experience because it will give you a lot and you’ll be prepared for the next level. You can use […]

How To Collimate Mirrors On Newtonian Reflector

Collimation is the alignment of the telescope optics. It means you have to adjust both primary and secondary mirror to get the best image possible. For some people, collimation is a nightmare and many times they buy refractor instead of a reflector because of that. But, it is a very simple process, and you don’t […]

What Can You See Through a Telescope – Real Examples

This is kind of continuation of my article Planets Through A Telescope where I covered all the planets of our solar system. I was talking about how you can see them through the telescope and added some interesting information about them as well. Go check it if you want because this article will be about […]

Planets Through a Telescope – Can You See Them?

Most people want to see the planets when buying a telescope. Planets of our solar system are an easy and beautiful target for the telescope. They are simple to find with the naked eye on the night sky. If you are a beginner and you don’t know where to find them look for brightest stars […]

Celestron Astromaster 130 EQ Review

The Celestron Astromaster 130 on German equatorial mount is not one of the toys you can find in your local department store. It is a proper telescope from one of the top manufacturers in the world, and I highly recommend this scope for beginners.  Celestron Astromaster series telescopes are made as reflectors and refractors with […]

Telescope Eyepiece Guide – Beginners Friendly

Telescope eyepieces are a huge topic. After you buy your telescope, you should consider upgrading or replacing eyepieces included in the box with something better because it will vastly improve the image you see. Only you have to choose the right eyepiece depending on the type of your scope (refractor or reflector) and your preferences […]

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