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UNISTELLAR FACT SHEET

Our Mission and Vision
Together, we will build the largest community of stargazers, who will be able to observe the deep sky
from everywhere 24/7. Together you will feel and share the pure sense of wonder such observations
have always created in all human beings.

Unistellar has developed the eVscope, a revolutionary light-amplified and user-friendly telescope, 100
times more powerful than regular telescopes, which allows everyone to watch the universe, either from
downtown or the countryside, and to become part of a global network of observers to participate to a
new kind of citizen astronomy.

eVScope Key Functionalities
100 Times More Powerful than a normal telescope: Thanks to its unique enhanced vision technology,
the eVscope is 100x more powerful than a normal telescope. Our system uses a low-light sensor to
accumulate light through a series of short exposures. Watch the universe from downtown or the
countryside and prepare to be amazed by the crisp and detailed views of the universe through the
eyepiece of the eVscope.

Easy to Use: Set your eVscope up on its tripod, turn it on, choose an object on your app and observe. No
constellations knowledge required, no polar star alignment, the eVscope does it all by itself in a few
minutes. Your system instantly recognizes the objects in its field of view by comparing what it sees with
an internal map of coordinates of tens of millions of stars.

Citizen Science: Scientists will be able to launch observing campaign and invite eVscope users to join
their research if you have activated your device’s “Observation Campaign Mode.” In partnership with the
SETI Institute, you will contribute to worldwide observing campaigns, use your eVscope to witness
striking events, such as supernovae and comets, and search and watch threatening asteroids.

Lightweight: The eVscope is so small that it can be carried in a backpack.

Key Product Data
Max magnitude: <16 in medium quality night sky

Adjustable magnification: 50/100/150x

Field of view: 30 arcmin

Bios
Dr Arnaud Malvache, Chief Technological Officer: Inventor of the Enhanced Vision. CNRS Researcher in
image processing, he also designed a special LASER microscope. Degree from Ecole Polytechnique and
Imperial College.

Laurent Marfisi, Chief Executive Office: Canned all this technology into the eVscope product. Former
CEA Research Engineer, he led technical projects related to ITER. MS degree from ENSAM.

Dr Antonin Borot, Chief of Optical Engineering: Experienced Entrepreneur, he designed the optical
architecture of the eVscope. CEA researcher. Degree from Ecole Polytechnique.

Dr Franck Marchis, Chief Scientific Officer: He extends the range of the eVscope to scientific
applications. Senior Astronomer at the SETI Institute, first discoverer of a triple asteroid.

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Our History
January 2015: The eVscope idea arises, from the development of the image processing algorithm to the
design of the first proof of concept.

June 2015: Creation of the company.

November 2016: It works! And what we see is amazing.

January 2017: The eVscope is presented for the first time at CES Las Vegas.

July 2017: Partnership with the SETI Institute.

November 2017: Successful Kickstarter campaign (2,2M USD, biggest tech crowdfunding in France and
one of the biggest in Europe).

January 2018: CES 2018 Innovation Award: Tech for a Better World.

May 2018: Beginning of design-to-manufacture process.

May 2019: Product shipping.

Key Corporate Information
Number of employees: 13

They support us: SETI Institute, BPI France, Pôle Optitec

France headquarters : Unistellar SAS, 100 impasse des houillères, 13590 Meyreuil, France

US office: Unistellar Corp, 543 Mangels Avenue, San Francisco CA 94127, USA

Press Coverage

Contacts/Links/Locations
Web site: https://unistellaroptics.com/

Press relations: press@unistellaroptics.com

General requests: contact@unistellaroptics.com

Social networks :

https://www.facebook.com/unistellaroptics/

https://twitter.com/UnistellarScope

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