ITELESCOPE PLANNER -  what should i image?  - now so easy

The iTelescope Planner makes finding thousands of beautiful objects in the night sky easy - customized for iTelescope observatories. It even takes moon phases into account, which is especially important around full moon.  In order to use it with our telescopes, you need to be a member and can join here. 

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News & Updates

 

20 publicly accessible telescopes across 4 observatories, located in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, that are fully controlled by you across the Internet.

Ready to take the next step and participate? Become a member and join the community.  iTelescope.Net is a not-for-profit organisation, and every dollar spent helps us grow and expand the network of telescopes.

 

astrophotography

Large aperture telescopes to wide field systems, LRGB or Narrowband, we have you covered.

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SCIENCE & RESEARCH

Photometry, Exo-Planets, Comets, Asteroids, NEOs, Minor Planets, Supernova and Variable Stars. We even have a diffraction grating allowing basic spectroscopy.

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MASTERCLASS TOUR

Upcoming: October 5-10 2018- Limited to 4 Participants (Beginners and Advanced)
See what participants say about the first Masterclass

Limited to four participants, beginners or experts. Capture Southern Sky objects with a camera and with top quality telescopes remotely and enjoy behind-the-scenes tours of major telescopes. Includes comfortable, quality accommodations, delicious astro-cuisine with personal tutoring. No need to bring any equipment, we have telescopes, cameras and lenses for you!

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 itelescope tutorials

Premium private 1-on-1 private tutorials, conducted online, across the Internet. Astro imaging, ranging from basic to advanced image processing and narrowband techniques.
Interested in science? Learn photometry and how that can be applied to research applications like Exoplanets, Binary/Variable stars, etc.

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Depressing weeks of clouds and light pollution at home is no issue any longer - crystal clear and dark skies are just a few clicks away. iTelescope has opened many new doors of potential study that would otherwise not have been realised.
— DAMIAN PEACH, Astrophotgrapher