A simple EAA set-up includes a small 66mm f/6 refractor, a colour ASI385MC camera, and a focal reducer and UV-IR blocking filter threaded onto the camera nosepiece (not shown). (Brian Ventrudo) | SkyNews
Getting started with Electronically-Assisted Astronomy

EAA involves capturing and stacking (or averaging) images from a camera to create a pleasing ‘snapshot’ in just a few seconds or minutes.

Top 10 sky events of 2023

Three major meteor showers, including the Perseids, arrive with the Moon mostly out of the way this year.