Tag Archives: astronomy

  • Hiuni: “A Smart, Connected GoTo Telescope”

    Hiuni: “A Smart, Connected GoTo Telescope”

    Stargazing is great but it leaves a little to be desired as a social, group activity. There’s a new kind of telescope now raising funds on Kickstarter that’s seeking to change that: Hiuni, which is a new smart telescope that’s engineered to give groups of people a simultaneous stargazing experience. Hiuni is a computerized telescope that’s […]

  • MOON Lunar Globe: “The Most Accurate Lunar Globe”

    MOON Lunar Globe: “The Most Accurate Lunar Globe”

    Globes generally depict the Earth, and back in the days before online maps and GPS they served an actual practical purpose in addition to their decorative properties. Now our buddy Luna is getting some of that globe action, and the MOON lunar globe is the world’s most accurate. The MOON lunar globe is a 1/20,000,000th scale accurate down […]

  • Nova Collection of Handpainted Neckties Inspired by Outer Space

    Nova Collection of Handpainted Neckties Inspired by Outer Space

    Hey, space. It’s pretty cool right? So cool, in fact, that you may be tempted to pay tribute to its unending vastness even in a sartorially conservative business setting, which is the new Nova Collection of neckties from QP Collections may be up your interstellar alley. The Nova Collection is made up of limited edition […]

  • Constellation Umbrella From London Underground

    Constellation Umbrella From London Underground

    When it’s raining, there are clouds in the sky. And when there are clouds in the sky, you can’t see the stars. Those aren’t David Bowie lyrics but instead the rationale for the Constellation Umbrella from London Underground, which has an interior constellation pattern for your viewing pleasure when the weather is too wet for […]

  • ‘Moon Phases 2016’ Laid Out in New NASA Video

    ‘Moon Phases 2016’ Laid Out in New NASA Video

    We’re in the middle of the most upsetting election cycle in the history of democracy, and regardless of your partisan affiliation its natural to feel like the whole world is falling apart. So it may provide some form of solace to know that no matter what happens down here on Earth, our good friend the […]

  • Tiny1: Astronomy Camera From TinyMOS

    Tiny1: Astronomy Camera From TinyMOS

    A couple weeks ago everyone in the world was taking photos of the night sky in order to capture an image of the Super Blood Moon, a lunar phenomenon that culminated in a blood-red moon and tons of blurry photos on Facebook. But maybe those photos would have been a lot sharper if the Tiny1 […]