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Remote Astronomy at Observatorio del Pangue
We still offer a service of hosting telescopes or private observatories for those stargazers who enjoy accessing to the Southern sky in optimal conditions. Don't worry for technical support or high speed internet, we provide it all. Below is an example posted by Evasope, our most recent customer. For more information and availabilities, just ask us.



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Astrophotography at Pangue

There is much more to see in Orion than the Great Orion Nebula : here we captured the NGC1977 nebula, located 1 degree north to its great neighbor, a nice gem by itself when properly observed in detail and in good conditions...
Photos: Cristian Valenzuela / Observatorio del Pangue - January, 2021
Canon 60D at prime focus of SCT Meade 403mm reduced at f/6.4, total exposures: 40 minutes;
South is up

"Night and Day"... the frame is complete !

We used to post pictures of the Sun setting behind the dome of the CTIO (Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory, our immediate neighbor), an event that happens twice every year, at the exact same dates. But on last January 15th, we've been granted with the setting of the Moon behind that same dome, and this is far more unusual as, for a given observing spot, it repeats every 10 years only... So now we got the two pieces of a unique collection !
For the record, here is again the picture of the last Sunset on Tololo, taken on the evening of 2020, November, 3rd. : same dome, same size of the disk...
So here is the frame, complete...

Photos: Cristian Valenzuela / Observatorio del Pangue