With wires and soda cans, a 12-year-old Senegalese boy built a telescope that allows him to see the surface of the Moon – FayerWayer

The interest in space phenomena and the hours of reading the book, The Whole Universe, was what prompted Malick Ndiaye to design a telescope with the few resources he had. The boy born in Senegal, just 12 years old, used some old high-magnification glasses that his father used, a camera lens, wire, paper, cans and … Read more

India’s Liquid Mirror Telescope ready to observe the night sky

The International Liquid Mirror Telescope in its building in the Himalayas.picture: Jean Sorge High in the Himalayas, a new telescope has been installed to observe the night sky. The lens has a 4 meter (13 ft) lens, but that’s the key factor: It’s made of liquid mercury, a material rarely used in astrophotography. It is … Read more

NASA will reveal the deepest image of the universe taken by the James Webb telescope

First modification: 30/06/2022 – 01:12Last modification: 30/06/2022 – 01:10 Washington (AFP) – NASA Administrator Bill Nelson announced Wednesday that the US space agency would reveal on July 12 the “deepest image of our universe ever taken,” thanks to the recently launched James Webb Space Telescope. “If you think about it, this is the furthest that … Read more

The James Webb Telescope will deliver the “deepest” image of the universe: NASA

NASA will unveil “the deepest image ever taken of our universe” on July 12, thanks to its new James Webb space telescope, said on Wednesday Bill Nelson, the head of the American agency. “It’s farther than anything humanity has looked at before,” he told a press conference at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, … Read more

The Hubble telescope discovers a star that swallowed the planets.. I know the details

The Hubble telescope has found evidence of a white dwarf devouring rocks and icy bodies from its own system, which indicates the possibility of the presence of water and other volatiles in the farthest parts of our galaxy, and the discovery of icy objects could warn that a “water reservoir” may be common at the … Read more

Hubble Telescope Releases Photo of Glittered Galaxy Squeezed

“ESO 318-13 is sandwiched between a large collection of bright celestial bodies,” the official wrote NASA in the image description June 15, quoted from SpaceAhad (26/6/2022). “Some stars near and far are dazzling compared to the neat dust contained within the galaxy.” Here ESO 318-13 is seen positioned among an impressive scattering of ultra-bright celestial … Read more

Celestron Advanced VX 8 Edge HD Full Telescope Review

The Celestron Advanced VX 8-inch EdgeHD is a versatile telescope system for intermediate and advanced amateur astronomers, yet still small and light enough to be carried easily for country observations. The 8-inch aperture is sufficient for viewing and photographing all kinds of celestial bodies, and the computerized equatorial stabilization is easy to locate and track. … Read more

Celestron Advanced VX 8 Edge HD Full Telescope Review

The Celestron Advanced VX 8-inch EdgeHD is a versatile telescope system for intermediate and advanced amateur astronomers, yet small and light enough to be easily transported for observing around the country. The 8-inch aperture is enough to view and photograph all kinds of celestial objects, and the computerized equatorial stabilization is easy to find and … Read more

Celestron Advanced VX 8 Edge HD Full Telescope Review

The Celestron Advanced VX 8-inch EdgeHD is a versatile telescope system for intermediate and advanced amateur astronomers, yet is still small and lightweight enough to be easily transported for observation in the country. The 8-inch aperture is sufficient for viewing and photographing all kinds of celestial objects, and the computerized equatorial stabilization is easy to … Read more

Celestron Advanced VX 8 Edge HD Full Telescope Review

The Celestron Advanced VX 8-inch EdgeHD is a versatile telescope system for intermediate and advanced amateur astronomers, yet still small and light enough to be carried easily for country observations. The 8-inch aperture is sufficient for viewing and photographing all kinds of celestial bodies, and the computerized equatorial stabilization is easy to locate and track. … Read more