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Taking award-winning images of distant planetary bodies requires extending your effective focal length to several meters. See Tele Vue's Image of the Day Winners page for examples.
All images produced with the aid of Powermates™.
Click on these exemplary images for full-size display and imaging data.
Powermate™ Gallery on flickr
This updated gallery contains the best of the latest Powermate™ images posted to flickr.com
- The Allure of the Moon (8/8/2022) — on our blog. Powermate™ allows for close-up views of lunar features.
- Solar Update: July 2022 (7/20/2022) — on our blog. Powermate™ allows for close-up views of prominences, spots, fibrils, etc.
- Solar Update: March 2022 (3/22/2022) — on our blog. Powermate™ for great solar imaging.
- Powermate Solar Imaging from Kent, UK! (6/25/2020) — on our blog. Our Powermate™ teams up with a Lunt Solar Telescope.
- Your 2019 Mercury Transit Images! (11/22/2019) — on our blog. Powermate™ for transit imaging.
- The Sun from Sunny Barcelona, Spain (3/6/2019) — on our blog. This Powermate™ lives on a balcony.
- Imaging in the Stratosphere with Tele Vue! (10/5/2018) — on our blog. Powermate™ takes plane spotting into the stratosphere!
- Szabolcs Nagy: Powermate™ User Profile (2/28/2018) — on our blog. Powermate™ reaches out and "touches" the International Space Station!
- Roger Hutchinson: Powermate™ User Profile (12/6/2017) — on our blog. "I use the 2.5x Powermate™ for my high resolution imaging as nothing else comes close to delivering the bright crisp images provided by this great piece of kit", says Roger.
- August 21, 2017 Solar Eclipse: Inside the SOLAR LAB (8/9/2017) — on our blog. Powermate™ shows people the Sun as through a 6.4-meter scope!