Bintel has developed these tools for the astronomy community to enjoy. The astronomy calculator is a powerful way to simulate equipment combinations and see how they will perform. We also provide and maintain a calendar and map for astronomy events and societies as well as a sky-focussed weather forecast and narrowband colour preview tool for your images.
Submit Your Images to Win!
Images we like most we will be sending a $25 store credit. Just click here to upload your photo as a JPEG with any information about the photo.
Education & Research Discounts
Are you a school, club, university or research project? You may be eligible for volume discounts. Talk to our experts today about your requirements for volume discount pricing.
Grab an in store bargain!
We have a number of re-boxed items available at discounted prices. Please visit our store and ask our friendly staff about our ex-display models.
Some models currently available include:
- Astromaster 130EQ
- Astromaster 114EQ
- Celestron OMNI 102 XLT AZ
- (Prices range from $200-$400)
October : All “the good stuff” is either too low west or east in the early evening for a good imaging session as the winter targets set earlier now and the summer targets get up to the zenith at 4:30am which usually leaves our old faithful circumpolar targets like the Small Magellanic Cloud for ideal imaging this month. The Helix Nebula is still nice and high however. Comet Africano is getting dimmer but still worth photographing early in the month. Mercury is visible after sunset and Jupiter will appear close to the moon on the 4th and 31st.
Download October SkyMap PDF