The astromaster is an intensive workshop about landscape night photography, was created and is organised by Ana García Suárez, astroentrepenour and CEO of AstroLaPalma SL and lapalmastars.com. It includess methods for planning and photographying landscape

Last week, we participated again at the Interreg Night Light program (link here), sharing experiences in the fight against light pollution and the development of Astroturism with the European partners of the program. This is

The Geminids are, along with the Perseids, the biggest meteor shower of the year. They are less known than the Perseids, perhaps because they take place in December, but the frequency and speed of the

We have a comet in sight, comet 46P/Wirtanen will visit us in December! In very dark places such as La Palma, you may see it naked eye. Although its apparent size will barely exceed the

Road Access to the Observatory in La Palma If you want to get the Observatory Roque de los Muchachos Observatory on the Canary Island of La Palma for a visit or just to enjoy the fantastic

The AstroMaster La Palma workshop for landscape astrophotography opens for registration once again. This VII edion is once again an opportunity to join a world-leading astrophotographer Babak Tafreshi (TWAN and National Geographic) for a 7-day

After six years organising astronomy tours and photography activities in La Palma, we are really happy to announce that we have earned our 2018 certificate of Excellence on Tripadvisor, the world’s largest travel site. This

Ana García Suárez es doctora en Astrofísica y directora de La Palma Stars, en La Palma (Canarias). El próximo 21 de agosto se producirá el eclipse solar total más esperado de los últimos tiempos y que algunos han denominado

The Observatory of El Roque de Los Muchachos from the island of La Palma (altitude 2,420 m) is home to one of the most extensive fleets of telescopes to be found anywhere in the world.

The Italian  Nazionale Galileo Telescope (TNG) is located at the Observatory on Roque de los Muchachos, La Palma. With a primary mirror of 3.58 metres in diameter, it is the most important installation of the