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Unistellar eQuinox 2

Unistellar eQuinox 2 Review: An Expensive But Easy Telescope Camera

Most "serious" astrophotographers will balk at the idea of a smart telescope. While it may miss some of the professional level tools, resolution, and precision, the $2,499 eQuinox 2 from Unistellar does provide easy access to the cosmos for up to 10 viewers at a time, making it a great (albeit expensive) tool for beginners and casual stargazers to enjoy viewing interstellar objects in minutes.

How One Astrophotographer Made a New Scientific Discovery

Astrophotographer Bray Falls recently posted a series of striking images on Instagram that instantly caught PetaPixel's eye. Falls' photos aren't just visually stunning; they represent a brand-new discovery, a significant accomplishment for any astrophotographer.

Emma Alexander Northwestern AI for Astronomy

Researchers Unveil Novel AI Algorithm That Can Unblur the Cosmos

While vital to humanity's existence on Earth, the planet's atmosphere is a major nuisance for astronomers trying to learn more about what's beyond Earth. The cosmos would be much easier to study without the pesky atmosphere. Researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago and Tsinghua University in Beijing have unveiled a new artificial intelligence-powered approach to cleaning up images captured by ground-based telescopes.