(2013) Pollux is a modular system of optical instruments used for stargazing. The viewing unit can be paired with larger optical systems as the user grows and becomes more experienced navigating the night sky. Amateur astronomers use Pollux to understand the night sky and gain exposure to complex telescopes. The Pollux interface provides users the ability to identify celestial objects and constellations. The navigational system gives detailed information on astronomer discoveries, recent astronomy related events in the media, and location of new sites. Pollux provides a platform for users to gain a deeper understanding of our universe.

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