Sharing your universe
is a simple button press away
Share your universe with a new generation telescope that is easy to use, portable and connected to your smartphone. Compact and superbly designed, Stellina is the perfect companion to discover and share the beauty of the night sky from both the comfort of your home and the most remote places. Enjoy special nights with your friends and family and explore together the sight of galaxies millions of light years away from us. Prepare to be amazed.
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Captured by Stellina
The universe at your fingertips
Set Stellina up on its tripod and press the power button. Once connected to the app, simply choose amongst the hundreds of suggestions of night sky objects you want to capture. Stellina is a smart and motorized telescope that will position and point at the objects by itself. In a few seconds, you receive the picture on your mobile device. Then, you can save and share your pictures with your friends, family or on social media.
Take it everywhere
Thanks to its compact dimensions and light weight, Stellina is easy to take everywhere and fits perfectly into a backpack or cabin luggage. The telescope is the perfect companion for overnight camping trips, outdoor activities or international travel. Extremely high reliability and ease of use give you an unforgettable experience whatever the viewing conditions.
With its monoloblock shape and sleek design, Stellina does not look like any other telescope. The telescope was awarded by several design awards (Janus du Design 2017, Observeur du Design 2018) and will stand perfectly in your environement.
Discover a new way to observe the universe by using your tablet or smartphone. Once the telescope is set up on its tripod and connected to the app, Stellina uses geolocalization to position itself. Let the mobile app guide you among a hundreds of celestial locations and select the object you want to capture. Within 5 minutes, the telescope is ready to shoot.
Enjoy hassle-free stargazing nights with your friends and family and explore together the wonders of the night sky from the comfort of your home or in the most remote places.
Let yourself be surprised
Vaonis designed a light, fast and reliable telescope where all the elements (optics, motor, computer, image sensor, filters) interact smoothly in a single device. With its embedded computer, the telescope pushes the limits of embedded intelligence. Stellina is a smart telescope that automatically controls the setup, finds and tracks the objects by itself and manage image processing. The telescope also uses the image live stacking technology (combination of several exposures in real-time) that magnifies and reduces the noise to form a better image. Stellina is a scalable telescope: each time the instrument connects to its app, it verifies new updates are available and install them automatically.
Share your vision of the universe
With Stellina’s app, sharing your universe has never been easier. Observe the beauty of the night sky directly from your screen with the people around you and share together an exclusive moment that will take you out among the stars. Post your pictures on social media instantly by using an Internet connection. Besides, you will access to Stellina user community across the world. Interact with them and learn more about the universe.
Stellina also opens up new kinds of collaborations with the scientific community through crowd-sourced science. Exoplanet transits, asteroid occultations, variable stars or supernova monitoring: contribute to the research by sharing your data with scientists.
|Weight||24.7 lb (11.2 kg)|
|Size||19 x 15 x 4.7 in (49 x 39 x 13 cm)|
|Power supply||USB type-C 5V 2A input|
|Autonomy||10 hours of use with a 20, 000mAh external battery|
|Image processing||Integrated and adapted to target|
|Accessories included||Tripod (1.3 kg / 2.2 lb)|
|Application||Deep-sky objects (galaxies, nebula, star clusters), the moon, the sun, comets and asteroids|
|Objective||ED doublet refractor + lanthanum glass|
|Aperture||3.15 in (80 mm)|
|Focal length||15.75 in (400 mm)|
|Image sensor||1/1.8" CMOS Sony sensor|
|Resolution||3096 x 2080 pixels|
|File formats||JPEG ; FITS (16-bit raw images)|
|Field of view||1° x 0.7°|
|Magnification||Equivalent to 50x and up to 100x
depending on the connected device's screen
|Filters||Light pollution filter|
|Pointing||Automated star field recognition|
|Field derotator||Included and controlled by the integrated computer|
|Dew||Telescope dew control system|
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