Automating an observing run is one of the most efficient uses of your equipment. But what do you need to make this possible? What can you expect for results?
The Actual Astronomy Podcast presents Listener Astronomy Observations. The discussion will be from new telescope observations, to sharing views with others.
Last week we talked about balloon-based astronomy. This week we’re gonna talk about putting telescopes on rockets and making observations mid flight. Welcome to the wild world of sounding rockets.
Time for news roundup with @AwesomeAstroPod at #365DaysOfAstro. Today we have sky guide, update on life on Venus, Life around Proxima Centauri and more stories.
Today on @cosmicsavannah, Timothy Roelf from University of Cape Town talks about his project which is going to contribute a lot to improving the performance of telescopes such as MeerLICHT and BlackGEM
We talk a lot about telescopes, but you really don’t need any special equipment to appreciate what the night sky has to offer. Let’s talk about what kinds of things you can see with just your eyes.
In this episode @cosmicsavannah discuss about the complicated instrumentation for South African telescopes & singing asteroid.
What came before the big bang? How do we know the shape of the universe? We’re gonna need a bigger telescope!