The eVscope 2 is an unprecedented package of state-of-the-art technologies and amazing designs that make space accessible even in light-polluted cities. UNISTELLAR's Enhanced Vision patented technology provides a unique experience, stacking and live treating the images observed by the telescope to reveal the wonders of outer space. With the eVscope 2, you can now experience the wonders of the universe by diving into the striking colors of the Dumbbell Nebula or the Cigar galaxy, 11.4 million light years away.
The electronic eyepiece, developed by Nikon, combines a best-in-class micro OLED screen, designed to enhance contrast and deliver a perfect black image, with a sophisticated array of lenses, sourced from Nikon's expert optical labs.
Enjoy the first click-and-wow telescope that is ready to explore space in just 2 minutes. In a minute, the eVscope 2 is unpacked and at work, and a minute later you are observing the Whirlpool galaxy in full color and detail.
Even when only a few stars are visible, the eVscope 2's Autonomous Field Detection technology is able to orient itself automatically in the sky within just a few seconds, after locating on Earth thanks to the smartphone's GPS. The eVscope 2 contains its own database of 37 million stars.
Thanks to its in-house machine learning algorithms, the eVscope 2's enhanced vision technology provides unprecedented high-resolution images and tames the noise generated by unwanted signals like light pollution to reveal the vibrant colors of the Ring Nebula, a former star turned into a white dwarf.
Dr. Franck Marchis
Chief Scientific Officer at Unistellar, and Senior Planetary Astronomer at the SETI Institute
Through UNISTELLAR's smart telescope leadership, combined with Nikon's optical expertise, space-lovers can immerse themselves in the wonders of the Universe — no rocket required. While enjoying the colors and details of nebulae and galaxies, they can also contribute to increasing our knowledge of space through citizen science.
With the Unistellar smart telescopes, you no longer need a rocket ship to explore the Universe and make your dream of space discovery come true. Our technology is helping astronomy to finally play a role in people's daily lives.