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Summer Night’s Dream: Identify and Map  Stunning Starscapes with Unistellar’s Free  Nocturne App for iPhone 

by Staff GBAF Publications Ltd
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Never been able to locate Orion or The Big Dipper? Enjoy a unique night photography experience and  identify constellations and planets in your own photos at the touch of a button with Unistellar’s latest  free astrophotography app for iOS 

MARSEILLE AND SAN FRANCISCO, July 6, 2022 In its latest display of commitment to improving  accessibility to the wonders of the universe, New Astronomy disruptor Unistellar has today launched  updates to the Nocturne app (Nocturne V2) for iPhone, empowering users to identify constellations,  galaxies, nebulae, planets and more in their own night photos within seconds. Nocturne now not only  leverages dark sky proprietary image processing technology to deliver breathtaking imagery of the  night’s sky, but it tells you what you are looking at, too!

By selecting various viewing options from the ‘Overlay’ tab in the app, Nocturne V2 empowers users to  improve their knowledge of the star-scape and learn to identify deep-space objects. Users can, via their  smartphones, take their own out-of-this-world images, and Nocturne V2 will reveal constellations, and  distant galaxies and nebulae, as well as identify the locations of planets from our solar system. 

Autonomous Field Detection technology, taken from Unistellar’s world-leading smart eVscope  telescopes, turns your phone into a mini astrophotography telescope, able to recognize the  astronomical objects in its field of view. Better yet, the app is completely free of charge, and new  features even include the option to share images with friends and loved ones all over the world,  bringing us closer together through the beauty of Earth’s nightscapes. 

“We are incredibly excited to be launching the latest version of the Nocturne app. It is our goal to  always be thinking of ways to improve education and access to the night sky – for all – and we are proud  of what we have achieved with this project.” says Arnaud Malvache, President and founder of  Unistellar. “Being able to not only photograph the stars but identify which constellations and  astronomical objects you are capturing in your own pictures is another way to increase our knowledge  and understanding of what lies beyond Earth.”  

About the Nocturne app 

You can download Nocturne here.  

How to use Nocturne:

Once Nocturne (available free of charge in the Apple Store) is installed on your iPhone, capturing  stunning images of the sky after dark could not be easier: 

  • Step 1: Identify a beautiful nightscape to photograph. 
  • Step 2: Stabilize your iPhone using a tripod or by resting your device on a solid surface. Step 3: Launch the Nocturne app. 
  • Step 4: Take the picture (duration from 1 to 4 min). 
  • Step 5: Through the Overlay menu, you can now add constellations, planets, and deep-sky  objects on your own picture. 

Find out more about Unistellar here: https://unistellar.com/