Friday, 29 July 2016 by TinyMOS
Milky Way Captured in Singapore during TinyMOS meetup Minor post campaign update. Milky Way captured in Singapore by local photographer. More information inside. It has been awhile since we posted on our blog. We’ve been meeting suppliers and manufacturers for the past two weeks back to back. We are thrilled by the results on Indiegogo
Tiny1 launched successfully on Indiegogo and still going strong! Wow, it has been an amazing crowdfunding campaign for the past week. The TinyMOS team have been developing the Tiny1 camera since April 2014. The 2 years leading up to the launch has been filled with excitement, mixed with anxiety. There were doubts that we’re making
How plan an imaging session for the ISS transit via GIPHY How to find the ISS: The ISS orbits the Earth at an amazing speed of 17510 miles per hour it. It also orbits the Earth once every 92 minutes. However due to the Earth’s rotation it would only pass by above you approximately twice a
Monday, 18 April 2016 by TinyMOS
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: http://tinymos.com/iss-saturn-transit-hello-commander-timothy-kopra/ 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,
Thursday, 10 March 2016 by TinyMOS
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.
Last chance to see the Northern Lights for a decade?
Friday, 29 January 2016 by TinyMOS
Are you ready to catch the auroras before they dim for the next decade? Quiz after the article! Here’s a crazy GIF of the Sun at Solar Maximum from STEREO, for dramatic effect. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronal_mass_ejection There are many articles recently citing the end of auroras for the next decade. https://www.yahoo.com/travel/last-chance-to-see-the-northern-lights-before-they-040049538.html http://wanderlust.tripovo.com/experiences/2016-is-your-last-chance-to-see-the-northern-lights-before-they-vanish The reason cited was