Virtual telescope

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Virtual telescope Screenshot Gameplay
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Virtual telescope Screenshot Gameplay
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Virtual telescope Screenshot Gameplay
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Get the star sky that is above you and visit other planets in the virtual reality!


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Publisher: › Anton Shatalov
Developer: › Anton Shatalov
Release Date: 16-07-2018

About Virtual telescope


Have you ever had so bad day that you just wanted to go away from the humanity and relax? Now you can go to the Moon. Or to the Mars. That isn't far enough? No problem, go to another star system. Check yourself why TRAPPIST-1 planets don't have any forms of life.

Another feature of the Virtual Telescope is to give you the actual star sky and solar system state which depend on your current geolocation and time. You can change zoom or lens size and get information about a selected object or just watch events like solar and lunar eclipses.

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The Virtual Telescope Project is an advanced service provided by the Bellatrix Astronomical Observatory in Italy and managed by Dr. Gianluca Masi, PhD. It consists in several, robotic telescopes, remotely accessible in real-time over the Internet, both for research and fun, available for all.

Welcome to the Virtual Telescope Project, a very powerful set of real, robotic telescopes, remotely accessible online, through the Internet for your very own astronomical experience! Here you will learn about its many features, making it a unique and leading facility in the world.
Asteroid Live WebTV Observe Upcoming Events

“Observe!” is a service offered by the Virtual Telescope Project, making very advanced, remotely accessible telescopes available for you. In this section you can...

6 days ago Next event: “Near-Earth Asteroid 2019 UB8 very close encounter” – 29 Oct. 2019. *NEW!*: Want to see ...Duration: 1:33:23
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The Virtual Telescope Project is an advanced service provided by the Bellatrix Astronomical Observatory in Italy and managed by Dr. Gianluca Masi, PhD. It consists in several, robotic telescopes, remotely accessible in real-time over the Internet, both for research and fun, available for all.

Over the years, the Virtual Telescope Project has been particularly successful in providing real time, public coverage of asteroids approaching our planet.

On this page you will find details about future events planned at the Virtual Telescope, both online and onsite. You can also check if a given incoming event is...

The astronomical experience and the activities of the author, however, are definitely older: the first telescope used there, a small 60mm refractor, dates 1983 and...

The Virtual Telescope Project offers two very powerful, state-of-the-art scopes, located in ... Discover our telescopes below and imagine what they can do for you!

On 1 Nov. 2019, the near-Earth Asteroid 2019 UG11 will have a very close, but safe, encounter with us, coming at about 210.000 km from the Earth, a bit more...

May 13, 2008 New Virtual Telescope Online. Microsoft Research develops free, Web-based software for exploring and learning more about the universe.

The Virtual Telescope is a pioneer in broadcasting live observing sessions and conferences, experimenting with the most modern technologies available.

The Virtual Telescope Project. 73K likes. The Virtual Telescope Project: The Sky is Your Land.

Jul 16, 2018 Get the star sky that is above you and visit other planets in the virtual reality!

Not ready to buy a telescope? A computer can give you the virtual experience! Through a web site or downloadable software you can enjoy professional...

The latest Tweets from Virtual Telescope (@VirtualTelescop). We literally bring the stars down to Earth. We're the leading facility in streaming the wonders of the ...

Dec 10, 2008 A new virtual telescope is the most powerful tool scientists have ever had.

Gianluca Masi (born 22 January 1972) is an Italian astrophysicist and astronomer , as well as a discoverer of minor planets and variable stars. Contents. 1 Scientific career. 1.1 Vincent van Gogh painting; 1.2 Virtual Telescope project.

Apr 10, 2019 For EHT, the eight participating telescopes summed up to a virtual radio dish as big as the Earth, with the ability to resolve an object down to 20...

Nov 19, 2015 The ALMA observatory located in Chile's Atacama Desert is to join with observatories from all over the world to create a telescope that can...

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