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REVIEWS FROM OUR CLIENTS

Best website for astrophotography lovers without so much time and resources!!! You can plan and execute with the help of professionals any kind of acquisition (DSO and planetary) on their global network of telescopes, a plus are the ones in Chile, the best sky of the world!!! Furthermore, a database of thousands of acquisitions already available to download and elaborate (with a lot of tutorials to help in this step). Highly recommended!!!
Easy access to fantastic facilities, with a sophisticated interface and infrastructure that means anyone from absolute beginners to advanced amateurs, even professional astronomers, can get up and running painlessly
Great service for Astrophotography that enables you to book telescope time and improve your processing skills. Great company worth looking at if you are an astronomer
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ASTRONOMY NOW, MARCH 2021

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ASTRONOMY NOW, April 2021

The winning combination of the Local Group galaxy the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC; NGC 292) and 47 Tucanae (NGC 104), the majestic globular cluster, located in the southern constellation of Tucana, always produces an awesome vista. On 15 & 18 December 2020, and 8 January 2021, Dan Crowson used a FLI ML16200 camera attached to a 200mm, f/2 Nikon lens, part of the equipment based at Telescope Live’s facility at El Sauce Observatory, Edge-on majesty Rio Hurtado, Chile, to I’ve long considered NGC 1055 in Cetus, with its magnificent dust lane, as an unsung gem of a galaxy. Mike Selby remotely acquired shoot 155 minutes data using a RiDK 700 telescope and a FLI PL16803 CCD camera, part of the equipment available at Obstech’s Robotic Remote of LRGB data in Observatory at Observatorio El Sauce, located in the Río Hurtado Valley, Chile. Warren Keller did the post-processing. 300-second subs