Unistellar eVscope 2 – Fully automated imaging & viewing telescope


Begin your own journey of exploration: discover the most powerful smart telescope. Spend more time exploring space with no manual calibration.

  • Automated Go-To function
  • 5,000+ objects to choose from
  • Exclusive information about Nebulaes, Galaxies, planets, Clusters, Stars …
  • Joystick to explore freely
  • Snap & Share pictures
  • … And much more


Real time immersive vision

Enjoy an out-of-this-world observing experience. The electronic eyepiece, developed by Nikon, combines a best-in-class micro OLED screen, designed to enhance contrast and deliver a perfect black image, and a sophisticated array of lenses, sourced from Nikon’s expert optical labs.

Explore the universe wherever you are

Light pollution, the presence of excessive and unwanted artificial lighting, renders celestial objects invisible to the human eye. Even cameras and computers are challenged by it as it blurs objects, distorts shapes and adds “noise” to pictures.

Unistellar’s proprietary software swiftly mitigates the impact of light pollution and allows for distant objects to be observed in crisp detail, even from bright inner-city environments, delivering the best possible image parameters and results. Users benefit from more precise images with better contrasts and colours, regardless of the level of brightness of the sky.

You’re 2 minutes away from the universe

No need for constellation knowledge, no polar star alignment: The eVscope 2 combined with the Unistellar app will automatically point & track your desired object. Spend more time exploring space and less setting up and calibrating. Our system instantly recognizes the objects in its field of view by comparing what it sees with a coordinate database of tens of millions of stars.

This allows Unistellar’s automated tracking and pointing system to be extremely accurate and easy-to-use, making it by far the most user friendly telescope on the market.

Start your endless journey, now

Enhanced Vision is patented proprietary technology that allows a live observation of faint objects thanks to the live accumulation of the light we receive from them.

Galaxies, nebulae and comets finally become visible, colourful and detailed.

Depending on observing conditions (light pollution, moon phase, weather, etc.) and the objects you are pointing, it only takes a few seconds for you to start seeing the beautiful colours and shapes of galaxies and nebulae that are normally invisible, even through the eyepiece of a large conventional telescope.

Take control of your stargazing journey

Transform your smartphone or tablet into a cosmic command centre with the Unistellar app. Easily access and observe thousands of space objects from our in-app catalogue with just a single click and get detailed information about each of your chosen targets.

Our technology eliminates the need for expertise in complex instruments, making space exploration accessible to all.

Effortlessly unlock the wonders of space with our user-friendly technology.

Contribute to cutting-edge research

By partnering up with renowned scientific organizations such as the SETI Institute and NASA, the eVscope 2 enables you to participate in ground breaking research on exoplanets, asteroids, comets, and much more.

As part of the Unistellar Community – the largest global community of observers made up of 10,000 telescope users – you’ll get to collaborate with experienced users and professional astronomers.

Directly observe and contribute to key space missions, just like our users did in 2022 with NASA’s Lucy and DART missions.


  • Image Resolution: 7.7 Mpx
  • Field Of View: 34 x 47 Arcmin
  • Limiting Magnitude: 18.2
  • Mirror Diameter: 114 Mm
  • Focal Length: 450 Mm
  • Mount: Motorized Alt-Az
  • Battery autonomy: 9 H
  • Weight: 9 Kg
  • Storage: 64 Gb
  • Planets & Deep Sky Objects: Yes
  • Celestial Database: +5000 Objects
  • Star Database: 37 Million


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