The All-in-One Smart Telescope

Elevate your Stargazing Experience with our Innovative Solutions.

Intelligent Workflow

Seestar is a compact body that integrates a telescope, electrcial focuser, astronomical camera, ASIAIR, altazimuth mount, dew heater, and filter wheel, all weighing only 2.5kg.

Intelligent Workflow

Seestar is a compact body that integrates a telescope, electrcial focuser, astronomical camera, ASIAIR, altazimuth mount, dew heater, and filter wheel, all weighing only 2.5kg.

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The Seestar S50 is a perfect blend of telescope and camera, providing exceptional experiences for astronomy and landscape observations.

It serves as an ideal companion for exploring the marvels of the universe, whether you're indoors or outdoors.

Wirelessly connect via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Seamlessly connect wirelessly through Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.

Stay powered up by recharging it with a cell-phone power bank while in use. Get up to 6 hours of battery life per charge.

Capture photos and videos in Solar, Lunar, and Scenery modes.

Capture stellar photos and videos in Deep Space Object Imaging (Stargazing Mode).

Built-in Duo-band Filters

Enhance the quality of your captures with the Seestar S50's duo-band light pollution filter, reducing the impact of urban light pollution and moonlight.

* Bandwidth: OIII 30nm / Hα 20nm

* Manual Duo-band Filter Switching in the App

* Bandwidth: OIII 30nm / Hα 20nm

* Manual Duo-band Filter Switching in the App

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with a duo-band filter

without a duo-band filter

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White Light Solar Filters

The S50 solar filter features a metal-coated outer surface and an absorbing material within the substrate.

* Bandpass: 580-630nm
* Optical Density: One hundred thousandth (Blocks 99.999%, ND 5)

* Bandpass: 580-630nm
* Optical Density: One hundred thousandth (Blocks 99.999%, ND 5)

Seestar S50 Solar Filter Photography

Seestar S50 Solar Filter Photography

Regular Solar Filter Photography

Regular Solar Filter Photography

Lightweight Design

Highly integrated all-in-one smart telescope

Clean and Low Noise Images

Triplet apochromatic optics

Built-in Bluetooth/Wi-Fi

Dual-mode reliable connection

Intelligent Image Post Processing

Just one click before sharing

Smart Control

Enhance your stargazing experience with Auto GoTo, tracking, and plate solving capabilities through our innovative mobile app.

Auto GoTo & Tracking

Grab your phone and get ready for a stellar experience! Unlock tonight's top-notch features like the GoTo target, live star database view, and more. Plus, our auto voice broadcast will keep you in the loop on the imaging progress.

Image Enhancement

Seestar S50 allows for the formation of captivating visuals by employing the live stacking mode. With each image captured, a symphony of vibrant tones and intricate details shall unfold before you.

Built-in Filters

Calibration frames available through built-in dark filter for post processing.

Global Astro Community

Join the Astropix Revolution! Share, StarGaze, and Spark Conversations with #Seestar on AstroNet.

Seestar Tripod

The Seestar S50 comes with a complimentary compact tripod for convenience during observations and photography.

Enhance the versatility of your astrophotography setup with Seestar S50. Connect it to various photography tripods through a 3/8" screw thread for stable and precise positioning.

* The tripod features a 363mm maximum extended height and a 274.5mm compact storage length.

Questions

Customer Reviews

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Glen Bledsoe
Amazing

One of the things that kept me from doing astrophotography was the cost and the learning curve. The Seestar S50 resolves both issues. It’s very reasonably priced, of high quality and it doesn’t take long to learn how to use it. If you’re are the least bit interested in astrophotography don’t hesitate. You won’t be disappointed. And you will have a new hobby and see the night sky in a way you would never have dreamed possible.

Thank you for your enthusiastic recommendation.
You effectively helped us introduce the usability advantages of the Seestar.
We hope you have the opportunity to take more and better photos.

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Steve Xiao
an entry level real astronomical telescope

Many years ago, my workplace offered a catalog to choose a 5-year anniversary present. I picked a telescope. My son and I had our first target - the moon’s crater. However, as soon as we aligned the moon in the eyepiece, it drifted away. The Earth’s rotation can be clearly felt with a 30X magnification power. I learned that a real astronomical telescope requires at minimum an equatorial mount and an automatic tracking system. Recently, a smart astronomical telescope has appeared on the market, which can be networked with mobile phones, featuring GPS and automatic star finding functions, and, best of all, it is very affordable. The whole unit weighs only 3 kilograms and is very easy use. All you need to do is set up the tripod and tap a celestial body on the mobile app, and the S50 will automatically find it for you. It can take photos and videos and can be used for 6 hours after a full charge. It comes with a sun filter and is packed in a suitcase for conveniently pickup and go.

Using an astronomical telescope is a learning process. Common sense, such as avoiding cloudy and rainy days, is reinforced here. Keep updated on weather forecasts. Certain stars may be hidden in the Eastern or Southern Hemisphere on the night you go out. Patience will pay off. Additionally, light pollution in cities interferes with finding and observing celestial bodies. It's best to drive to the suburbs in darkness to see the beauty of the starry sky. Prior to 1920, humans still believed that the Milky Way was the universe, indicating how far away and dim other galaxies are. I tested the Seestar S50 for shots of the sun, moon, Spiral Galaxy M51, Needle Galaxy NGC4565, Whale Galaxy NGC4631, and Pinwheel Galaxy M101. The Whirlpool Galaxy has two galactic cores and is 31 million light-years away from Earth. Galaxies are so faint that repeated exposures are needed to see their shapes. I was in a hurry, exposing each galaxy for ten minutes only. Some later images were even shortened by passing clouds. Nevertheless, I am still satisfied with the outcomes of the galaxy photos. Exposing for a full hour would make them even prettier.

The only drawback I’ve experienced was an overheating issue when taking a solar photo. In about 20 minutes, the black case became hot. The unit lost connectivity with the iPhone App. I had to hold the button on the unit to shut it down three times. Eventually, it resumed normal function likely after cooling off in the shade. The local temperature was 19-31 degrees Celsius. I wish there was a white color model to choose from.

Thank you very much for your reply. Your comments are very detailed. Thank you for taking the time to leave a perfect comment for us. I hope this device can bring you and your son a different parent-child time. As for the problem you reported back, I roughly understood the situation when I communicated with you via email. Can you please upload the log here so that the technical side can look at the specific reasons for better use?

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Michael Eiley
Wow!

Very innovative!

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Edward Lyles

Seestar S50 All-in-One Smart Telescope

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Enrico Togni
Great

Great and easy to use device. I am satisfied, so far. Hope to don't have troubles with next firmware upgrades as many users claim to have had... 🙂