“In year of isolation, this $3,000 telescope may have changed citizen astronomy forever. Unistellar’s smart eVscope has made exploring the stars easier than ever before.” – Mashable
Mashable, the leading media company for the Connected Generation and the voice of digital culture, shared in-depth coverage of Unistellar’s game-changing smart telescopes, as well as our community and citizen science prowess.
Mashable noted the user-friendly nature of the eVscope:
With a traditional telescope, they would have needed to look at star maps to calculate the position of the asteroid depending on the time of day and their location, and then adjust as the Earth rotated and the object moved. The Unistellar eVscope is much more user-friendly. With a press of a button in the companion app, users can pinpoint stars, galaxies, and other objects in deep space.
Mashable also recommended Unistellar’s new eVscope eQuinox:
The $3,000 eVscope sold out due to high demand, although the more recently released eVscope eQuinox is available with a slightly better battery minus the eyepiece for the same price. No other telescope can match the eVscope’s combination of deep-space image processing, GoTo software, portability, internet connectivity, simple app, and connection to the citizen science community.
To read the full review, visit https://mashable.com/article/unistellar-evscope-citizen-astronomy.