Astrophotography can be interesting both from scientific and amateur side, its possibilities are endless and depend only on your time, knowledge and of cours funds. If you do it seriously, then this is a whole profession and it is not so easy to get well in it.

Initial shots of planets and bright objects can be obtained with a regular camera, while taking a photo of scientific value or for publication in a journal can take a lot of effort and patience, apart from good preparation and practice. The fact is that faint distant objects require a longer exposure time of the photodetector, and as a result, compensation of the Earth’s daily rotation with high accuracy. Mounts, which provide these capabilities, tend to make mistakes over long periods of time. To compensate for these issues an additional telescope guide is connected with an additional astrocamera with the output and reduction of images using special programs on a computer. It is necessary to decide on the choice of subjects for shooting. These are mainly the Sun, Moon and planets or Deep Sky Objects. The choice depends on which optical design of the telescope and the mount will be the most effective.

We offer to help to set the astrograph up and maintenance it afterwards. We will also guide you of how to get prepared of working with it.

Travelling seminars «Astrotours»

Astrotourism is a path providing tremendous opportunities for astronomical observations, unlocking the capabilities of your telescope to the maximum. You will be able to see what you would not be able in ordinary urban environments.

Herewith, while being relaxed at sea or in the mountains, while exploring the culture and sights of selected countries, you can capture celestial objects of both the northern and southern hemispheres. You will be able to achieve maximum magnifications from higher observation points above sea level, left alone with space, away from the hustle and bustle of the world.

The pinnacle of amateur astronomy is an opportunity to find a comet and assign it your Last name. The reward of $ 3,000 and an international Edgar Wilson prize ($ 20,000) are paid.

You can learn more about this topic by studying the achievements of the discoveries of comets by Gennady Borisov, William Bradfield, Robert McNaught, Eugene and Caroline Shoemaker.

When planning the route of movement, we plan the route of stellar observations and the filming process in advance.