Are you looking for the best telescope in India? In this buyer's guide, I am going to show you the top 7 picks from less than 5000 to way up to 20k. So hold tight. Let's enlighten first with basics. There are three popular designs, including refractors, reflectors, and hybrid, all serve a different purpose. [...]Continue reading "7 Best Telescopes in India for Beginner  – A Buyers Guide!"
Having a hard time observing the night sky? You have got some good quality astronomy gear. But still aren't seeing the results you expected? Or you might just want to be more productive and systematic with your stargazing hobby. Well, that's amazing. And I have got you this highly actionable tips so you can fix [...]Continue reading "Top 5 Stargazing Tips to Brushup Your Skills in 2020"
Skygazers will get an “extra special” glimpse of the tail end Halley's comet, which was last visible from Earth in February 1986, as Earth passes through an area of space littered with its debris.Tomorrow night's sky will feature up to 20 meteors every hour that are remnants from Halley’s comet deposited in the solar system [...]Continue reading "Stargazers to Get Extra-Special Glimpse of Halley’s Comet!"
Looking for the best binoculars in India right now? Congrats, You are at the right place! Whether it is sneaking into the depth of cosmos with powerful astronomy binoculars or long distance binoculars to see cute little birds, mountains, or other beauties of the earth. It's much easier to see them all from a bit [...]Continue reading "9 Best Binoculars in India  – A Buyer’s Guide!"
There's a global pandemic that we are facing and perhaps the worst since WW2. And it's for our own best to practice social distancing. But that shouldn't stop you from growing. With a lot of time in hand, one of the best ways to utilize this time is in self-improvement and gaining knowledge with the [...]Continue reading "9 Greatest Astronomy Books for Beginner in 2020"
Many deep space objects can be seen with naked eyes, and the Andromeda galaxy (M31) is one of those. It is the most distant object that can be seen without equipment like binoculars or telescope. Andromeda galaxy is located at about 2.3 million light-years away from the Earth. It looks like any star, but with [...]Continue reading "Here’s How to Find Andromeda Galaxy – Stargazing Guide"