See for yourself, through the eyepiece of a telescope, what is out there!
Sure you could tour the universe by web-surfing, but no photograph collection can replace the feeling of awe under a really dark sky. If you want the authentic, come with us to experience the beauty of the Universe. Join us and see for yourself, through the eyepiece of a telescope, what is out there!
Different seasons reveal different objects in the night sky, as Earth orbit the Sun. Here are some photos of various objects through Astro Tours Greece telescopes.
Planets, moons and comets.
Jupiter belts and zones and it’s four largest satellites Io, Europa, Callisto and Ganymede
Mars the Red Planet
The night sky also contains gas clouds, which we call nebulae.
Planetary nebula are the death remnants of a sun like stars. Can you see the white dwarf in the centre?
Stars can also be found in clusters – sometimes in loose open groups (called open clusters) or also in tighter balls (known as globular clusters) – these can be beautiful objects to look at with examples scattered all over the sky.
Other distant galaxies – some even colliding – each containing 100s of billions of stars