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Unistellar is headed to Austin from March 13th to 16th  with our most influential space ambassadors, actors, outreach specialists and even astronauts, so that you can enjoy the pure thrills of space exploration with the most powerful digital telescopes and observe galaxies and nebulae from downtown Austin.

Come Meet Unistellar at SXSW


(Re)Discover the thrill of outer space

Observe galaxies, nebulae and comets in unparalleled colour and detail.

Our system automatically recognizes the objects in its field and points to the desired object.

Autonomous pointing and tracking 

Enhanced Vision

Light-pollution reduction

Even in bright urban settings, our software mitigates the impact of light pollution.

Discover the eVscope 2

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Nikon’s electronic eyepiece included

7.7 megapixel enhanced image resolution (the highest of any digital telescope) 

Mirror diameter: 4.5 inches 

10h of battery autonomy 

Citizen science campaigns

Se eVscope 2

$4 199.00

Discover the eVscope 2

The Universe Awaits

Enhanced Vision

Observe galaxies, nebulae and comets in unparalleled  colour and detail

Autonomous Pointing and Tracking

Automatically recognizes, points to and tracks the chosen stellar objects directly from the app

Light-pollution reduction

Even in bright urban settings, our software mitigates the impact of light pollution

"With its eVscope, Unistellar has created a global mesh of citizen astronomers who [...] can work collectively to observe targets from different angles, gathering data for scientists to help unravel the mysteries of space. "

"The Unistellar eVscope [...] digitally strips out light pollution to produce stunning images and allows backyard astronomers to upload their data to scientists at the SETI Institute"

"The easy-to-use, self-aligning, portable and WiFi-connected device incorporates proprietary enhanced viewing technology to amplify and present the night sky to users in a way that’s never been done before."

Help scientists & space agencies discover more about exoplanets, comets and asteroids

backpack included

Where to find us

Find us at booth #632


Want to chat with us at SXSW? Contact the team directly through the SXSW app or by email at contact@unistellaroptics.com 

For press-related enquiries, please contact us at press@unistellaroptics.com 

Our Events at SXSW

Unistellar Star Parties

SXSW Creative Industries Expo

Citizen Science Panel

New Astronomy Manifesto

Travel to distant galaxies with the eVscopes, the world’s most powerful digital telescopes with an in-person demo. Discuss citizen science with our ambassadors and meet Sian Proctor, SpaceX astronaut. 

Public events:

March 13th - Demo at the EU House - From 8:30PM et 9:30PM - Register here

March 14th - eVscope Public demo with the Austin Astronomical Society - Pfluger Pediestrian Bridge - From 8PM to 11PM - More info here

Discover the eVscope range, our space knowledge commitments and citizen science actions! Meet the Unistellar team and our awesome ambassadors.

Discover how you can contribute to space exploration and the New Astronomy movement. Join the conversation with Jessie Christiansen, NASA lead scientist, Tanya Harrison, Director of Strategic Science Initiatives at Planet Labs, Franck Marchis, Unistellar Science Chief Officer, and Senior Planetary Astronomer at SETI Institute and Tim Russ, musician, director, actor and Vulcan-in-chief.


Booth #632, Hall 2-5 at Austin Convention Center 

Sun 13th to Wed 16th March - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Room 18 AB at Austin Convention Center 

Sun March 13th - 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Meet Unistellar's Ambassadors

Sian Proctor

Tim Russ

Jessie Christiansen

Geoscientist, space artist, Inspiration4 astronaut & mission pilot for SpaceX

Director, musician, actor and Vulcan-in-chief

Research Scientist at the NASA Exoplanet Science Institute


Tanya Harrison

Planetary Scientist and Manager of Science Programs at Planet Labs

From Sun 13th March to Tue 15th March

“Space Exploration for All: You Can Discover Space”

March 14th: Unistellar booth & Demo at the Pfluger Bridge

March 13th: Citizen Science Panel & Unistellar booth

March 13th: Citizen Science Panel & Unistellar booth

March 13th: Citizen Science Panel & Unistellar booth