Re: Spring Astronomy Camp

Postby znomit on Fri 14/Oct/11 6:04pm

Show us you telescope hauling bike.
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Re: Spring Astronomy Camp

Postby Mandy C on Tue 18/Oct/11 4:08pm

Ok then...
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My humble metal pony.


:blush: No basket, binoculars or telecopes required though. There is an observatory close by as well as plenty to see and learn with the naked eye.

Since my last post has been wiped...possibly as it didn't have enough bike content...here it is again.

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All welcome - Astronomy camp at Stonehenge Aotearoa.
-Two day public event ~ can come and go as you like ~ concessions for children, students or one day pass.
-Presentations and workshops on astrophotography and astronomy related topics.
-Family friendly ~ ancient Maori starlore story telling inside the circle after dark
-Big screen for the rubgy.
-Camping is available at Carterton Holiday Park ~ a short drive or bike ride away.

Program of events
See here for more info http://www.astronomynz.org.nz/society-meetings/public-events-2.html
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Re: Spring Astronomy Camp

Postby znomit on Tue 18/Oct/11 6:37pm

znomit wrote:Show us you telescope hauling bike.


Ok
4 inch F4 with sling mount.
Very bikable
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Have scope will travel
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Re: Spring Astronomy Camp

Postby Mandy C on Thu 20/Oct/11 10:39pm

Nice.
Wonder what this guy could manage if he were a telescope salesman instead of a polystyrene collector...?

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