Triple APOD - July 18, 2024: Waxing Crescent Moon with the Seestar S50 All-Star Amateur Astronomy Photo of the Day - Click to Enlarge


Triple APOD - July 18, 2024: Waxing Crescent Moon with the Seestar S50

Today's AAAPOD goes to Mr. Tampubolon for this shot of the waxing crescent moon in the early evening hours with his newly acquired Seestar S50! 

We're starting a new collective for Seestar users of all ages and skill levels, the Seestar Roundup! Every month we'll decide on a target, and anybody can contribute their own photos taken with their Seestar to all be merged into one extra high-quality image with the help of @abdurastro. 

The Seestar is also on sale right now too! It's been an incredibly popular product, and has done a great job of making astronomy and astrophotography far more accessible. We feel like this collective will be another way for users to get the most out of their scopes and be a part of an exciting large-scale project. 

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In the meantime, check out our old Triple APODs Below

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