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Remote Imaging

Image of NGC 3372 - Carina Nebula - Image by M. Petrasko
NGC 3372 - Carina Nebula - Image by M. Petrasko
Learn how to take and process stunning images of the night sky, galaxies, star clusters, comets and nebula from the comfort of your own computer from anywhere in the world with a private one-on-one lesson with an Insight Observatory staff member. You will learn how to image by accessing remote telescopes from locations such as New Mexico, USA, Nerpio, Spain and New South Wales, Australia.  Learn how to remotely access the best telescopes and CCD camera equipment from the comfort of a computer in your own home without the huge financial and time commitments.

Image of NGC 5139 - Omega Centauri - Image by M. Petrasko
NGC 5139 - Omega Centauri - Image by M. Petrasko
The remote robotic telescope network has state of the art equipment for starting out with remote imaging. The telescopes and CCD cameras used for instruction are medium-wide fields that typically are used for One Shot Color imaging. The images on this page of NGC 5139 - Omega Centauri and NGC 3372 - The Carina Nebula were imaged with T13, a Takahashi 90mm (3") apochromatic refractor and SBIG ST2000 XMC CCD camera from NSW, Australia location of the telescope network Insight Observatory utilizes. 

How much does this cost?: Remote Imaging Sessions are $125.00 that run for about one hour. For more information on learning how to create your own deep-sky images, please contact us on our Contact Form or call us at 774-238-7330.

Images of NSW, Australia location of Remote Robotic Telescope Network Utilized by Insight Observatory
NSW, Australia location of Remote Robotic Telescope
Network Utilized by Insight Observatory
Image lesson sessions are held remotely via Skype. Imaging sessions for those residing in the South Shore - Cape Cod area can be held in person at our home office located in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts.