The Perseid Meteor Shower is one of the best shows the night sky has to offer. Let’s take a look at when and where you need to look to see its peak along with some tips to help you maximize your viewing experience. Follow Late Night Astronomy on: http://www.instagram.com/latenightastronomy http://www.twitter.com/latenightastro http://www.youtube.com/latenightastronomyRead More How to See the Perseid Meteor Shower: Viewing Tips and Where to Look for the Perseids
Do not miss out on Comet Neowise. Go outside and experience the best comet since Hale-Bopp, tonight. In this video, I share my experiences viewing and imaging Comet Neowise and show you the results of my imaging. Follow Late Night Astronomy on:http://www.instagram.com/latenightastronomyhttp://www.twitter.com/latenightastro http://www.youtube.com/latenightastronomyRead More My Experience Viewing and Imaging Comet Neowise! The Best Comet Since Hale-Bopp!
Are you interested in astrophotography? In this video, I’ll walk you through the basics of polar alignment and connecting your equipment to take incredible images of the nighttime sky. If you are looking to buy your first tracking mount or are already taking pictures of the nighttime sky, please like this video and let me […]Read More SkyGuider Pro Review and Tutorial: The Best Tracking Mount for Beginners in DSLR Astrophotography
This July, Comet Neowise could put on a great show. Let’s figure out where you need to look to find this comet. Using the SkySafari App, I’ll show you the parts of the sky Comet Neowise will be traveling through and what equipment you may need to help find it. Follow Late Night Astronomy on: […]Read More How to Find Comet Neowise
Connecting your phone to a telescope is a great way to share what you see with friends and family. Today, we are going to look at the equipment needed to connect a phone to a telescope along with some tips to help you take great pictures of the Moon and planets. Link to the type […]Read More How to use your Phone with a Telescope to Image the Moon and Planets: Telescope Phone Adapter Mount Review
This is your guide to the Moon, Planets and Deep Sky Objects this summer! We will take a look at what the summer sky has to offer for July, August and September. This includes, the Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, Vega, Hercules, the Milky Way and many more! App: SkySafari 6 Plus Music: “Chilltronic” by RKVC “The […]Read More What to See in the Summer Sky: The Moon, Planets and Deep Sky Objects for July, August and September
Sit back, relax and give yourself some space with beautiful 4K video of our closest neighbor, the Moon! As I started to record with my iPhone X some clouds began to pass over and created an interesting view that I decided to keep in the video. If you enjoyed this please consider liking the video, […]Read More The Moon in 4K
In today’s video we will take a look at 3 easy steps to align the finder scope for your telescope. A properly aligned finder scope will greatly decrease your frustration and increase the amount of objects you can find in during a night of observing! Follow Late Night Astronomy on: http://www.instagram.com/latenightastronomy http://www.twitter.com/latenightastro http://www.youtube.com/latenightastronomyRead More How to Align a Finder Scope in 3 Easy Steps. Important Telescope Maintenance!
With Dragon Endeavour docked to the ISS, I thought no time would be greater than now to make my first attempt at imaging the ISS. To know that five people are currently living on this station as it soars overhead and orbits the Earth every 90 minutes is incredible! How I took the video: After […]Read More Space Station Flyover with SpaceX Dragon Endeavour through a Telescope
Mercury is a tough planet to see because it only pokes it’s head above the horizon for a few weeks each year after sunset. In today’s video, we are going to look at the best opportunity to view Mercury this year coming up in early June! Follow Late Night Astronomy on: http://www.instagram.com/latenightastronomy http://www.twitter.com/latenightastro http://www.youtube.com/latenightastronomyRead More How to find Mercury at Sunset