The Virtual Telescope offers a new, Premium option: we offer now a HD quality streaming to those supporting the Virtual Telescope by donations.
While everyone can access, for free, every live streaming featured on our website at standard resolution (SD), we want to thank all those supporting the Virtual Telescope by donations (no matter the amount) giving them exclusive access to the High-Definition (HD) version of the same streaming! It is by far a superior experience!
Please check the two steps below:
- if you have done a donation recently, you have received the link to the Premier, HD streaming via email;
- if you want to access the Premium, HD streaming, please donate here and go to the link you will receive by email.
The Premium, HD streaming will make you feeling like if you were sitting at the telescope, personally looking at its control computers!
Of course, you will also receive a high-quality, LIMITED EDITION image of the eclipsed Moon rising above the Colosseum in Rome and one of a potentially hazardous asteroid taken by the Virtual Telescope, specifically made for supporters like you! Today, we will also give you one exclusive image of the Tiangong 1 station crossing the winters stars and one of the International Space Station crossing the sky above Rome! You can print them and put it on your walls.
PLEASE NOTE: your donation allows access to the very first online event following your donation, covering the 9 Sept. 2018 asteroid 2018 RC very close passage across the stars. Future live events would required a new donation to be accessed in HD. ONLY in case of bad weather, you will have access to the next online event.
You can always join for free our streaming at standard definition (SD) here!
Thanks for supporting us and… enjoy the Premium, HD contents!
Support The Virtual Telescope Project!
If everyone reading this right now would donate something, our fundraiser would be done in a few days. Please, donate and receive stunning, LIMITED EDITION images with the Tiangong 1 and International Space Station above Rome and one of a potentially hazardous asteroid taken by the Virtual Telescope, specifically made for supporters like you!
donate now (you can adjust the amount later)