How to use your Phone with a Telescope to Image the Moon and Planets: Telescope Phone Adapter Mount Review

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 […]

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What to See in the Summer Sky: The Moon, Planets and Deep Sky Objects for July, August and September

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 […]

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The Moon in 4K

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, […]

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How to Align a Finder Scope in 3 Easy Steps. Important Telescope Maintenance!

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/latenightastronomy

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How to find Jupiter this Summer

This summer we will have some incredible views of our largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter. In today’s video we are going to take a look at when and where you need to look to find this planet from June through September. After this we will talk about the most useful magnifications to view […]

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I Built a PC For Astrophotography

In this video, I’ll show you my first PC build dedicated to astrophotography and video editing. It was a great experience putting this system together and I hope this video helps you figure out what might work best for a similar build of your own. Here are all of the specific parts for this build: […]

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Let’s Observe Venus Together

Tonight, we are going to go out and observe one of the brightest objects in the night sky, Venus. This is a fairly easy and enjoyable sight to see through binoculars, telescope or just the naked eye. Please join me as we explore this beautiful target in the night sky and let me know about […]

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How to find Comet Swan

As Comet Atlas breaks apart, Comet Swan enters the neighborhood! This May, Comet Swan has the potential to be an interesting target to explore in the sky just before sunrise. In this video, I’ll take you through “SkySafari Plus” to show you what parts of the sky Comet Swan will be traveling through as it […]

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