Our astronomical master series ushered in a consequential man in the field of astronomy, Darryl from Australia. Although he is nearly 70 years old,  he still keeps a childlike heart (astronomy enthusiast) and eneretic all the time. (It’s also a challenge even for many young people to  take the heavy equatorial mount and the C14 out for planetary imaging). From ZWO ASI120MM camera, Darryl witness the growth of ZWO, he has almost all ZWO planetary cameras: ASI120MM ASI120MM-S,ASI224MC, ASI290MM, ASI174MM, the current main equipment of his is C14 and ASI224MC,ASI290MM. How great Darryl is and how important he means to ZWO, let’s keep reading ; ) Q1: Hi,Darryl. Could you introduce yourself for everyone? “Hi” to the readers here: I am almost 70 years old & my wife & I are very active “hi-res” planetary imagers who live in South Australia. Although I have always been interested (even obsessed!) with the night sky we were […]

ZWO NEAF & NEAIC In 2019 ZWO participated in our fourth consecutive NEAF. On April 2nd, 2019, the ZWO team took a 14-hour flight across the Pacific Ocean from China to New York, USA, to attend an event like NEAF and NEAIC, who wouldn’t? NEAIC starts off the weekend. NEAIC has slightly fewer people attend […]

Marcel Drechsler, a passionate astrophotographer from Germany. “There are two hearts beating in my chest. One beats for science, the love of astronomy, cosmology and physics. The other beats for the aesthetics and beauty of things and places that can be captured by photography. Astrophotography made it possible for me to combine both in an […]