April 13, 2020

An occultation by the Potentially Hazardous Asteroid 1998 RO2 – Occultation par l’astéroïde géocroiseur 1998RO2

1998RO2 is a  body classified as a potentially hazardous asteroid that has been and will be mentioned in the news  in the next 2 weeks. With […]
April 1, 2020

Comet Atlas: A comet for all of us?

Finally! After several years of waiting we may soon have, in Comet ATLAS, a bright, naked-eyed comet passing by Earth. The last visitor to do this […]
March 24, 2020


— Version française — The english version is available below. À tous les citizen astronomes d’Unistellar, Si vous possédez un eVscope et que vous souhaitez participer […]
February 13, 2020

Occultation by Nyanza on President Day across the US

Hello, If you have an eVscope and you want to participate to a scientific campaign on Presidents’ Day, this is something that may interest you. The asteroid […]
January 31, 2020

What to do tonight? Watch a type Ia supernova with your eVscope

There is a bright type Ia supernova in the elliptical galaxy NGC 4636 named 2020ue. Since its discovery by the Japanese astronomer  Koichi Itagaki  on January 12 2020,  […]
February 26, 2019

Unistellar is hiring – Communication and Community Management Internship

Something unusual for my blog, but why not… Unistellar is hiring a Communication and Community Manager in Marseille, France. If you like astronomy, want to work […]
August 19, 2018

Capturing a Snapshot of Pluto’s Atmosphere. The Story of an Occultation

Last Tuesday night, a large number of amateur and professional astronomers located across Mexico, the US, and Canada took advantage of a rare and exciting opportunity: […]
November 23, 2017

Intriguing pair of satellites caught with the eVscope

If you often look at the evening dark sky in a clear area far away from the city, you have probably seen a speck of light which […]
November 21, 2017

1,500th telescope on our Kickstarter. Thank you!

We have just passed the pledge of our 1,500th telescope on our Kickstarter campaign. With such an amazing number of eVscopes soon to be in operation […]