Since 2004, SaharaSky has established a solid reputation as the 1st and only "on-site" private observatory starting with a 200mm GPS telescope Meade LX200. Today we have installed two GM2000 HPS and QCI mounts, a 400mm and 350mm Meade ACF Starlock Telescope, a Takahashi FSQ ED 106mm and two William FLT and EDs. Plus a Dobson Lightbridge 16 and Coronado 60Hα for observation.
Effective now, we add remote astro-imaging & hosting affordable for the average amateur astronomer.
GPS pos. N30,237° latitude and W -5,608° longitude. SaharaSky is located 180 km from Ouarzazate (pop. 50.000) and 25 km from Zagora (pop. 30.000). The nearest village is Tamegroute (pop. 3.000) at 7 km distance on National Road RN9.
The clean, dry air at SaharaSky is inherent to the desertic environment. Count on estimated 300 clear skies per year at SaharaSky.
As commonplace in the USA, we recommend to find partners to share your remote equipment and in order to share the fees. SaharaSky will assist finding partners or equipment offered to share.
Remote Imaging under the theme: "Buy a Saharan Night", using a GM2000 HSP mount plus Takahashi FSQ ED106mm plus camera QSI 660 WSG-8 with Astrodon narrow band SHO and LRGB.