• You can find an interesting object, look at real pictures from Hubble or view all-sky surveys in different wavelengths and then easily find it in your telescope with the click of a button.

  • You can easily hop on and off guided tours centering your telescope on the object of a tour with the click of a button. 

  • You can find out what you are looking at in your telescope, whether it is a star, asteroid, galaxy or nebula.

  • You can view the 3D models of planets and their moons or our moon while you observe them, picking out features. 

  • You can easily find the astronomical coordinates of your telescope’s current position.

  • You can view objects you see in your telescope at different wavelengths of light (ultraviolet and infrared).

  • You can easily direct your telescope to any object or set of coordinates using your computer.