Let’s look at how you can see the Perseid Meteor Shower, Moon, Planets and Deep Sky Objects this August. Regardless of your experience or equipment, we’ve got something here for you. Please let me know what you plan to see this month with your telescope, binoculars or just the naked eye in the comment section […]Read More The Night Sky | August 2021 | Perseid Meteor Shower | Saturn & Jupiter Opposition
The hauntingly beautiful remnants of a supernova explosion that occurred over 5,000 years ago are what we call the Veil Nebula. At an estimated distance of roughly 2,000 light years, this image was taken with a CLS light pollution filter attached to my DSLR. Be sure to use an O-III filter to help view this […]Read More A Journey to the Veil Nebula in 4K
Let’s look at the best views of Meteor Showers, the Moon, Planets and Deep Sky Objects this July. Regardless of your equipment or experience, we’ve got something here for you. Please let me know what you plan to see this month with your telescope, binoculars or just the naked eye in the comment section below. […]Read More The Night Sky | July 2021 | The Return of Jupiter & Saturn
What types of barlow lenses should you buy for your telescope and how much should you spend? I’ll help you figure out where to start when looking to buy a barlow lens and will hopefully show that you don’t have to break the bank to get great views from your telescope. Follow Late Night Astronomy […]Read More How to Pick the Best Barlow Lens for Your Telescope & Eyepieces | Amateur Astronomy
Let’s travel through time and space to the Orion Nebula! If you’re interested in taking pictures like this, check out my videos on Astrophotography! “Best DSLR Settings for Astrophotography: 5 Steps to Improve Your Image” https://youtu.be/fbGEfS-xaQo “How to take Light, Flat, Bias & Dark Calibration Frames for Astrophotography” https://youtu.be/u6Zk_LQDOD8 “DeepSkyStacker Tutorial: A Beginners Guide for […]Read More 4K Video of Space | Starring The Orion Nebula
I’ll show you where the Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse will occur and how to safely view it on June 10, 2021. Get out your solar glasses and kick off your day as the Moon slowly moves between the Earth and the Sun. As always, please let me know about your questions and experiences with […]Read More How to See The Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse on June 10, 2021
Let’s Unbox, Build & Review the incredible Space Shuttle Discovery & Hubble Space Telescope! Then we’ll compare them to the Saturn V Rocket & Lunar Lander. If you enjoy this video, please like it, subscribe to this channel and let me know what space things you collect in the comment section below. Follow Late Night […]Read More LEGO NASA Space Shuttle Discovery & Hubble Space Telescope Build & Review
It was one of the strangest things I’ve ever viewed in the night sky! As they slowly rose above the horizon, these two simultaneous Starlink flyovers showed the odd beauty and potential threat of these satellites on astronomy. What are your thoughts on the starlink satellites? Are they the future of information technology or destroying […]Read More Two SpaceX Starlink Flyovers at the Same Time | Thanks Elon Musk!!!
How well do Zoom Eyepieces work? Can they replace individual lenses for your telescope? Let’s test the design and performance of this Zoom Eyepiece by observing the surface of the Moon. If you own or are interested in buying a Zoom Eyepiece please let me know about your experiences and questions in the comment section […]Read More SVBONY 7-21mm Zoom Eyepiece for Astronomy: Review & Telescope Tests
In this video, I’ll show you how to see the Eta Aquarids depending on where you live and we’ll go over some tips for viewing meteor showers. Be sure to let me know about your questions and experience with the Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower in the comment section below. “The heavens declare the glory of […]Read More Is the 2021 Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower worth your time? It depends!