Live streaming video from an allsky astronomy video camera.

The allsky astronomy camera is mounted on the roof of a home in Temecula. The light pollution limits the magnitude (faintness) of the stars visible.
On those nights when it is visible, you can watch the International Space Station pass overhead. (Along with other satellites).
The camera can see faint objects because it collects the light for a few seconds before updating your screen.
That’s why at times the video seems a little jerky, on a moon lit night or through the day, the video stream is smooth.


The camera may be blue (switched off) or white (bright sun) during the day. Come back at night to see the stars.