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Observe with a Global Network of Telescopes
Full access to the best night skies thanks to our network of nine professional telescopes across three continents and two hemispheres.
Easy-to-Use and Guaranteed Quality Images
It’s simple. We make it easy for you to take astrophotography pictures. We carefully screen each image to guarantee you only top-quality images. That’s our promise.
From Zero to Astrophotography Hero
Whether you’re an expert imager or just getting started, Telescope Live provides resources to observe, learn, share, and connect with other astrophotographers globally.
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Whether you’re looking to get colored astrophotography pictures of the night sky effortlessly, to get high-quality raw images ready to download and post-process, or to observe exclusively with our telescopes setting up every aspect of your observations, we have you covered.
Forget about cloudy skies
It took us four years, travelling thousands of kilometers, crossing deserts and mountains, visiting hundreds of locations in both hemispheres in order to find the best homes for our telescopes. We partnered with the best suppliers to choose and select every single component of our telescopes. All that in order to build the best network of professional telescopes around the globe and under the best dark skies. A network that is now at your service.
Located in the Rio Hurtado Valley, Chile, El Sauce provides one of the darkest skies available to amateur astronomers. Used by both NASA and ESA the Rio Hurtado Valley offers in excess of 320 clear nights per year with optimal seeing.
Located 14 kilometres outside of Oria, a desert valley with the lowest rainfall and maximum number of dark nights in Europe. The seeing provided by the 1200m altitude provides excellent quality to images. The region is also home to the largest European observatory, the Calar Alto complex.
Located in the outskirts of Yass in New South Wales, Australia, Heaven's Mirror observatory provides excellent seeing and number of clear nights.
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Connect with hundreds of astrophotographers, insiders and leading experts. Learn from them, share your work and get inspired from the world's most talentuous observers.
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