Please note: the Unistellar eVscope eQuinox Digital Telescope has been discontinued by Unistellar and is replaced by an updated model, the eQuinox 2:
This page is for archival purposes only.
With the eVscope eQuinox you can enjoy the beauty of deep space, protect the planet against near-earth asteroids, conduct hands-on science, and so much more. All with one smart, fast, portable, connected device.
No advanced training is required to begin your eQuinox outer space adventure. Novices and pros alike can grow their space discoveries and science skills, using one powerful, portable smart device.
Autonomous Field Detection
The eVscope eQuinox ensures more time exploring space and less time setting up or calibrating. Our system instantly recognizes the objects in its field of view by comparing what it sees with a coordinates database of tens of millions of stars.
This allows the eVscope eQuinox automated tracking and pointing system to be extremely accurate and easy to use, making it by far the most user-friendly telescope on the market.
Autonomous Field Detection also allows it to inform you about what you are observing (distance from the Earth, etc.).
Enhanced Vision is a patented proprietary technology that allows a live observation of faint objects thanks to the live accumulation of the light we receive from them. Galaxies, nebulae and comets finally become visible, colourful and detailed.
Depending on observing conditions (light pollution, moon phase, weather, etc…) and the objects you are pointing, it only takes a few seconds for you to start seeing the beautiful colours and shapes of galaxies and nebulae normally invisible, even through the eyepiece of a large conventional telescope.
Smart Light Pollution Reduction
Light pollution, the presence of excessive and unwanted artifical lighting, renders celestial objects invisible to the human eye. Even cameras and computers are challenged by it as it blurs objects, distorts shapes and adds “noise” to pictures.
Unistellar’s proprietary software swiftly mitigates the impact of light pollution and allows for distant objects to be observed in crisp detail, even from bright inner-city environments, delivering the best possible image parameters and results. Users benefit from more precise images with better contrasts and colors, regardless of the level of brightness of the sky.
Powerful scientific device with a global community
By partnering up with astronomers from the SETI Institute and other institutions, Unistellar Explorers can conduct valuable space science such as protecting Earth by detecting a hazardous asteroid, discovering and confirming the existence of a hot Jupiter around a distant star, or even uncovering the mysteries of a comet or supernova.
As part of the Unistellar Network – the first global community of 5000+ connected telescope users – they get to exchange with professional astronomers and learn from their observations.
With the push of a button and tap of the app, your Unistellar telescope recommends the most spectacular targets and launches into deep-space observations, in minutes.
With a catalogue of over 5 000 objects to choose from, use the app to learn about and identify cosmic objects, including which objects are ideal for viewing from your location. Save and share your experience with others – in person or virtually – with your connected tech.
The Unistellar app provides captivating educational content and automates your observing experience, so that novices can enjoy their device right away. The app also offers manual controls for advanced users.
|Field of view
|27 arcmin x 37 arcmin
At BINTEL, we’re long-term supporters of astronomy and space sciences. We’ve supplied telescopes and equipment to professional observatories, universities and colleges, as well as dedicated amateur astronomers keen to contribute expanding our knowledge of the Universe.
Now the Unistellar eVscope eQuinox and eVscope telescopes offer a way to become directly connected with a global network of other Unistellar astronomers in the detection of exoplanets, research into asteroids and even planetary defence efforts. The Unistellar network is the world’s largest collection of astronomers with the same kind of high-end technology based telescopes.
There’s a vast collection information about our Universe to capture and learn from. Get involved today!
Find out more about the Unistellar Citizen Science projects here.