Target: Telescope customers of Galaxy Scientific Group
Contents: Provide basic knowledge of telescope operation, guide participants to operate Celestron Travelscope, NexStar, StarSense Explorer series astronomical telescopes and C90+SA mini set telescopes, recognize winter deep sky objects, view Moon, Saturn, Jupiter, etc, and demonstrate astronomical imaging with ASIAIR Plus and ZWO cooled camera when the time and weather allows.
Venue: Astronomy Practice Base at Cheng Uk Estate, So Kwun Wat, Tuen Mun, New Territories (as photo shown), no round-trip transportation is provided. Participants can drive themselves to the venue, free parking available.
Date: February 25, 2023 (Saturday night)
Time: 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Fee: $120 per person
Number of people: 10 people, first come, first served
Registration method: Interested participants can register to participate in the eshop
Deadline for registration: 12:00 noon on 23 February 2023 (Thursday)
1. Participants can decide whether to bring their own telescopes for practice. The instructor will prepare three telescopes, Celestron Travelscope 70DX, NexStar 8SE, Starsense LT80, C90 Mak, and Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Mini, for demonstration.
2. In the event of rain or clouds, the instructor has the right to change the activity arrangement, and the participants shall not object.
3. If the number of applicants is insufficient, or the red rainstorm warning or typhoon signal No. 3 or above is issued by the Observatory 3 hours before the event, the event will be cancelled and all refunds will be made in the eshop wallet, which can be used to purchase astronomical products in the future or participate in the event in the future, or cash refund by bank transfer upon request. No refund or extension of participation will be accepted for other reasons.
4. The activity is only limited to telescope customers of Galaxy Scientific Group who have booked or purchased astronomical telescopes, Galaxy Scientific Group has the right to request the purchase receipt for reference.
Photos was taken at the New Territories West Astronomical Base of Galaxy Scientific Group (Photo Credit: CK Photography and Galaxy Scientific Group)