iTelescope

Leaders in internet based Astronomy.

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

Contact Info
Siding Spring Observatory
Coonabarabran, NSW, 2357
[email protected]
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Observatories

Australia
Siding Spring Observatory

Located 30km west of Coonabarabran, New South Wales at Siding Spring Observatory (SSO) in conjunction with the RSAA Australian National University. At Siding Spring we provide public networked telescopes as well as privately hosted telescopes. Click on the button below to learn which telescopes are ready for public use at Siding spring.

US
New Mexico Observatory

Our New Mexico site is located near Mayhill, among the Sacramento Mountains and surrounded by the high desert. The 2225m altitude puts it well above most atmospheric pollution and particulate matter resulting in dry, clear & calm skies. Click on the button below to learn which telescopes are ready for public use at New Mexico.

US
California Observatory

Situated in a National Park high within the Sierra Nevada mountain range of California is our west coast USA location which provides excellent seeing and dark skies for remote astronomy. Click on the button below to learn which telescopes are ready for public use at California.

Chile
Deep Sky Observatory

Deep Sky Chile has selected the best astronomical site in Chile to host your remotely operated telescope. 3 hectares flat mountain top over 5590 feet high (1700m), far from all light pollution, with exceptional seeing conditions and high-speed internet access.. Click on the button below to learn which telescopes are ready for public use at Deep Sky.

Spain
Nerpio Observatory

Located in the mountains high above Nerpio in South East Spain is our European based observatory. It features very dark and clear skies with excellent seeing. Click on the button below to learn which telescopes are ready for public use at Nerpio.