Guide to photograph Saturn and ISS transits – part 1 of a 2 part series Have you seen our ISS-Saturn transit GIF? If you haven’t here’s the article we wrote: And here’s the GIF again: via GIPHY This is the first part of a 2 part series. We start with how to image planets,
ISS Saturn transit We were pleasantly surprised when new International space station command Timothy Kopra took a photo of TinyMOS’s home country – the city state of Singapore. The photo was featured on local news Asia One, which caught our eye. Incredibly, just slightly over a week after the photo of Singapore was published, the
Total Solar Eclipse in Singapore, 2016 TinyMOS team went to NUS on the 8th of March to present on Tiny1: The World’s Smallest Astronomy Camera. The NUS hosted event started with a talk on the Solar Eclipse by NUS Physics Assoc Professor Phil Chan, followed by a talk by Mr Alfred Tan on his astronomy journey.

Night Photography Contest by TinyMOS!

Friday, 19 February 2016 by
#Tiny1Giveaway Night Photography Contest is blowing past our expectations.   We are receiving wonderful photos of the night skies, as seen through the eyes of explorers across the globe!   Here are a few night photography contest submissions that caught our eye: Overcome by Jarrahduckhs: Vote here: Fantastic shot of the Milky Way with great