eVscope | 100 times more powerful than a classical telescope

A project in San Francisco, CA by UNISTELLAR

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Finally see distant galaxies, and in partnership with SETI Institute, leverage its ease of use to contribute to science.
Backers: 2144
Average Pledge Per Backer: $1030

Funded: $2,209,270 of $150,000
Dates: Oct 25th -> Nov 24th (30 days)
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Latest News

Save $400 on Unistellar smart binoculars: Early bird deal

June 4th - via: space.com
Unistellar's new smart binoculars, called Envision, are currently $400 off on an early bird sale. That's a saving of 40% on a pair of binoculars that integrate augmented reality to enhance both nighttime and day-time viewing. (Read More)

Unistellar launches Kickstarter for smart binoculars to view the night sky

May 21st - via: venturebeat.com
Unistellar, the maker of user-friendly smart telescopes, is launching a Kickstarter campaign to launch its Envision smart binoculars which you can use to view the night sky. (Read More)

1,500th telescope. Thank you!

November 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear Backers,   We have just passed the pledge of our 1,500th telescope. With such an amazing number of eVscopes soon to be in operation around the planet, our Campaign Mode and Citizen Science applications will be extraordinary exciting and... (Read More)

Unistellar: Response to eVscope Confirms Interest in Citizen Science

November 9th - via: spacedaily.com
Each eVscope includes light-accumulating Enhanced Vision Technology that gives the device the light-gathering power of telescopes 10 times larger in diameter. For most viewers, this means unprecedented access to colorful nebulae, galaxies millions of light-years away, and faraway planets (Read More)

Seeing the long period Comet C/2017 O1 with an eVscope

November 1st - via: kickstarter.com
There is a comet in the sky, its name is C/2017 O1 and it is probably the first visit of this long period comet in the inner part of the solar system. We observed it with the evScope prototype this month. When it was discovered on July 19, 2017 by... (Read More)

More images and some news.

October 30th - via: kickstarter.com
You asked, so here they are!  Find below more images of different targets observed with the Unistellar eVscope prototypes. We have been very active on Facebook, Twitter and our blog over the past 6 months, so you may have seen some of those... (Read More)

Mind Blowing!

October 26th - via: kickstarter.com
WOW… already 476 backers! We are overwhelmed and so thankful for your support! We have been working on this project for almost 3 years now and this Kickstarter campaign is the final decisive step towards a powerful and easy-to-use telescope. Since... (Read More)

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