Posts Tagged ‘Astronomy Camera’

When You Have an Astronomy Camera You Will Never Miss another Comet

Monday, October 10th, 2011

The only real problem for most people when it comes to comets passing by in the night sky is that most of the time it seems that they pass by too late at night to stay up and enjoy the sight. While some of us will stay up to enjoy the view no matter how late it passes by, those of us in the know will use an astronomy camera.

When you attach a modern USB style astronomy camera from Telescopes.net to your telescope, you will be able to use your computer to watch the comet passing by when you actually have time to watch. Even better you will be able to send a copy of the video over the Internet to your friends or colleagues so that they can enjoy the same view that you saw, no matter where they are located in the world.

Are You Using an Astronomy Camera Yet?

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

If you spend a fair amount of the night hours staring at the stars and not taking pictures for future reference, you are not getting full value out of your star gazing. For those of you who are students and preparing a report for your class, you will find that an astronomy camera can be a vital part of your astronomy equipment. There are several different varieties on the market, but you will find that the CCD version may be your best alternative.

With the latest CCD astronomy camera such as those available from Telescopes.net, you can attach them to your telescope using the special adaptor and then directly to a USB port on your camera. This will let you record everything you see and then use the files for research or to create you report for your astronomy class or simply to create your own desktop wallpaper.

An Astronomy Camera Is Perfect for Your School Project

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

If you are actively involved in your science class at school and the time has come for you to put together your project for the school science fair, you want to do something different. If you do the same run of the mill experiments that everyone else does, you are wasting your time. However, if you take your telescope and attach an astronomy camera to it, you can turn your hobby into an award winning science project.

With the latest CCD astronomy camera you can take crystal clear images of the stars, the planets and anything else that you happen to see in the night sky. These images can be stored on your computer until you need to print them out or arranged into a digital slide show that is sure to capture the judge’s attention. You can find a large selection of these cameras at very reasonable prices at Telescopes.net.


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