If you’re aware of the placement of each planet within our solar system I’m sure you’d be aware of the fact that the closest planet to our Sun is in fact Mercury however, what may surprise you is that it actually isn’t the hottest planet within our solar system, the hottest planet is in fact … Read more Why Is Mercury Not The Hottest Planet? (The Reasons Why!?)
The thing with reflector based systems is that there lenses for the most part tend to be exposed. This means that they are a lot more susceptible to being covered in dust even when a dust cap is worn to minimise it. In turn this of course means that they will need to cleaned as … Read more How To Clean A Reflector Telescope – A Guide For Beginners!!
If you want to learn how you can view Mars through a telescope, this article is a great place to start. Within not only will we be breaking down how to see Mars with a telescope but also how to locate the planet, the equipment necessary to view it and what’s worth checking out once … Read more How To See Mars With A Telescope – A Beginners Guide
There are a few different sub variations to a compound/catadioptric telescopes but the ones most modern systems use are the Schmidt-Cassegrain (SCT) and Maksutov-cassegrain (Mak) Optics. I’m assuming the reason you’re here is to understand what separates the designs from each other and ultimately in what use case scenario a SCT will be better suited … Read more Schmidt-Cassegrain vs Maksutov-Cassegrain
If you’re interested in astronomy, particularly in stargazing using telescope and want some guidance on finding Mercury, this article was made for you. This is because in within this post we will show you how to see Mercury with a telescope. In order to see Mercury with a telescope, you’ll firstly need access to a … Read more How To See Mercury With A Telescope (A Simple Beginners Guide)
If you’ve found yourself on this article, you probably want to learn how you can see Uranus with a telescope and well, that’s exactly what we’ll teaching on this article so, you’ve come to the right place. This article will simply go over the steps necessary in order to hopefully see Neptune with any telescopic … Read more How To See Neptune With A Telescope (A Basic Guide!)
If you’re here right now, you’ve probably seen the other more easily observable planets in, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter etc. and of course were curious about what you’d need to do in order to see Uranus through a telescope. If so, you’ve come to the right place because in the article I will be covering the … Read more How To See Uranus With A Telescope (A Simple Beginners Guide)
This is a question that many individuals are curious about, I was too, and after doing a bit of research on the topic, it kind of surprised me how many planets can be seen without a telescope. Soallow me to answer that question for you below. Well, the short answer is that the majority of … Read more Which Planets Can Be Seen Without A Telescope?
Saturn is one of the largest planets in our solar systems, the 6th planet orbiting the sun and is most well known for the rings orbiting it. Of course the main reason you’re here is to learn how you can see Saturn with a telescope and despite it’s distance from Earth, with the right equipment … Read more How To See Saturn With A Telescope
A very common problem among telescope viewers, especially in the more humid star gazing climates, is this annoying issue with moisture forming on your lens. This moisture is known as dew so, this should atleast outline what a dew shield is. Simply put, dew shields aim to counteract the build up of moisture and condensation … Read more How Does A Dew Shield Work For A Telescope (Cameras, Binoculars Etc.)