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FOR SPACE ENTHUSIASTS AND AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS

Discover the universe with a global community of space enthusiasts.

Using Slooh’s research-grade telescopes and CCD cameras, you can capture celestial images, learn how to process your own astro images and conduct citizen science.

Learn how to create stunning astro images using fully calibrated FITS data in our image processing community, or carry out research including tracking and monitoring near-Earth asteroids, comets, or variable stars using astrometry and photometry.

Build your image collection 

The Orion Complex
BY DAVIDM.2007

C/2020 F3 Neowise Photobombs M53
BY JEADA

The Tarantula Nebula (NGC 2070)
BY JABAMULA

The Southern Pinwheel Galaxy (M83)
BY EDUARDO BARBOSA

NEA 2022 WG5
BY MARTINB0.2020

The Sun - Lucky Imaging
BY PAULC.2004

Nova Discovery
BY EMMANUEL CONSEIL

NEA 2013 YA14
BY MUAZZEZK.2014

The Caldwell Catalog
BY JARI BACKMAN

Comet 81P/WILD
BY BERNDL.2014

Look up and share the view of space

Use Slooh's publishing tools to share personal observations and portfolios of your exploration activities within the community and beyond. Participate in live Star Parties by gathering together to watch celestial events in real-time such as eclipses, near-Earth asteroids, meteor showers, oppositions, occultations, and much more. 
APPRENTICE-LEVEL ACCESS

$199 / year

Cancel online anytime

Standard telescope scheduling for the top 1,000 objects in space

Advanced telescope scheduling, including the selection of date, time, telescope, catalog, coordinates, and processing option

Access to all Quest learning activities

Access to 18 astronomical catalogs

Advanced image processing options

Fully calibrated FITS data for all your missions

Advanced photometry processing options

5 standard missions scheduled at a time

1 advanced mission scheduled at a time

Begin your journey of discovery today

Join Slooh for $199 per year
ASTRONOMER-LEVEL ACCESS

$499 / year

Cancel online anytime

Standard telescope scheduling for the top 1,000 objects in space

Advanced telescope scheduling, including the selection of date, time, telescope, catalog, coordinates, and processing option

Access to all Quest learning activities

Access to 18 astronomical catalogs

Advanced image processing options

Fully calibrated FITS data for all your missions

5 standard missions scheduled at a time   

5 advanced missions scheduled at a time

Advanced photometry processing options

Slooh is much more than online observatories. It is patented technology delivering the cosmos live and in full color. It is a telescope reservation system that makes shared control with a global community more social and educational, with advanced control for astro imagers and those interested in astrometry and photometry.
Australian Observatory
Launching in mid 2024, Slooh's new Australian observatory will extend Slooh's live coverage to 24 hours per day. The observatory, located a stone's throw from the world-class Siding Spring Observatory, will house a new research-grade Half Meter telescope. 
Chile Observatory
Slooh’s southern hemisphere observatory, in partnership with the Catholic University, features three telescopes offering complete coverage of the rich southern skies. 
Slooh is your interface to space
Canary Islands Observatory
Slooh’s flagship observatory features six telescopes and is situated at 9,000 feet at the Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands, home to the largest optical telescope in the world. The time zone shift makes daytime astronomy possible in the United States. 

Go on Quests to explore the universe.

Learn about astronomy using Slooh’s self-directed learning activities called Quests. You’ll use our remote online telescope to replicate historic astronomical discoveries, learn about astronomical concepts, or capture classic image collections like the Messier collection.
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"NASA teams with Slooh to bring the Universe to everyone and help protect Earth too."
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