Other Do you follow any YouTube Astronomers?

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YouTube is one of the most popular ways to find almost anything that you are wanting to learn about and that can also go for astronomy. Whether you are new to astronomy or have been doing it for a while, watching YouTube videos can help you learn more or even learn from those who have been doing it for a while and can give top tips and advice for beginners.

Do you watch any astronomers on YouTube? If you do, do you have a favourite that you enjoy watching?
 
There are several folks that I rely on their instruction videos on processing.
Adam Block has some fantastic videos for PixInSight processing.. but they are "paid" resources.
Probably one of the best to get telescope knowledge from is Ed Ting.
 
There are several folks that I rely on their instruction videos on processing.
Adam Block has some fantastic videos for PixInSight processing.. but they are "paid" resources.
Probably one of the best to get telescope knowledge from is Ed Ting.
I will definitely take a look at both of these. I have always been fond of astronomy and sky-watching as well and would love to be able to watch more YouTubers to learn more and also get insight on the best equipment as well :) thanks for sharing these.
 
Ed Ting gives some very in-depth reviews on different telescopes... he's extremely knowledgeable and is able to get the information across for all levels of those interested in it.
 
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