Watch on a screen: The live magic is gone!
We offer a different experience, use and probably for a different target: people who would like to observe the sky, but don't have the time or the desire to go into laborious steps, who would also like to share this moment with other people (amateur astronomers usually observe alone). There is also the quality of the objects observed: we see more details than through an eyepiece, the colors are more vivid.
Vespera puts stargazing within everyone's reach, and makes astronomy more accessible, more user-friendly.
How to set up Stellina on its Gitzo tripod?
You can watch the first part of this video to learn how to use the Gitzo tripod:
Why does the exported TIFF photo appear in black?
The TIFF image appears black as the palette of shades the computer screen has is way more limited than that of the TIFF image (256 levels per color on the computer screen versus 65536 levels per color in the TIFF file). To reveal the contrasts, it is ...
How to check my app version number?
To check the version number of your Singularity application, go to: Profile tab (4th tab)> Settings (3 dots at the top right of the screen)> About > Singularity version "About" screen To know what are the latest app version numbers available, click ...
How do I find my Stellina firmware version?
To find out the firmware version number of your Stellina, connect to your instrument's Wi-Fi network, then in Singularity, go to: Space Center (1st tab) > click on the Companion thumbnail > The version is displayed under the status of your device. It ...
How do I save my photos on my mobile or tablet?
To save your photo in the memory of your phone or tablet (in addition to the Singularity gallery), from the Observation screen > Click on the 3 small dots in the upper right corner > Save in Photos