KTEC Telescopes Ltd is Irelands premier Telescope, Binocular, Astronomy Accessory and Spotting Scope supplier. Our online store was opened in 2011. Based in Dublin, KTEC Telescopes Ltd stock a wide range of scopes from 60mm refractors to 450mm reflectors, Binoculars from 8×25 to 25×100, as well as a full range of accessories, including CCD Cameras, Eyepieces, Filters,Mounts and Microscopes.
They are the Irish agents for a number of leading manufacturers, including Skywatcher, Celestron, Baader Planetarium, TS Optics, Lunt Solar, Meade, Astrotrac, Seymour Solar, Rigel Systems, Moravian Instruments, Altair Astro, ZWO, Coronado, Atik CCD, Imaging Source, AstroMedia, Brainstorm, Cambridge Books, Helios Binoculars, Acuter Spotting Scopes and Astro-Professional, so rest assured everything is sold with full manufacturer warranty.
They provide advice and guidance for newcomers and experienced astronomers alike and to offer choice to Ireland’s growing number of enthusiastic amateur astronomers, as well as providing outstanding support, especially to those that are new to the hobby. So just drop them an email, text or call.
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Phone : Office: 01 – 6877 16 00353 Mobile & Text (0)85 2288 692
NEMETODE, The Network for Meteor Triangulation and Orbit Determination, is a team that uses low-light sensitivity video cameras to monitor common volumes of the meteor layer. By analysing the same meteor events from different geographic locations they are able to characterise the meteoroid trajectory, shower association and orbit.
Since it was first established in 2012 by members of the British Astronomical Asociation Meteor Section the video meteor network has undergone significant growth and has gathered support here in Ireland. During this time members have gained considerable experience with the equipment and software and their stand will be an opportunity to not only share their knowledge with other interested parties but to bring new members bring to the Irish group.
John McKeon Astrophotography
A mosiac of some of John’s many Planetary images