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CNers have asked about a donation box for Cloudy Nights over the years, so here you go. Donation is not required by any means, so please enjoy your stay.
Dec 18 2009 07:44 AM | SteveTilford in Travels
I love to travel and when I go I always try to take some kind of an instrument to look through to the heavens above. I had a Televue Ranger (telescope) that went with me everywhere I went and
Nov 20 2006 07:01 AM | galaxyman in Travels
For the last couple years, I have been able to setup a vacation/astronomy trip in the Fall for the Chesmont Astronomical Society, to my favorite place called West Virginia.
Jul 15 2006 02:51 AM | timmbottoni in Travels
Recommendations for Astronomy Observing on the Big Island of Hawaii
Jun 19 2006 10:15 AM | CN_Admin in Travels
And a good time was had by all...
May 09 2006 05:12 PM | CN_Admin in Travels
There aren't too many astronomy shows that any sane amateur would drive towards light pollution for, but none the less, that's what I seem to find myself doing each year right around this time.
Dec 12 2005 02:13 AM | admin in Travels
A gnoming visit to the Great Lakes Star Gaze.
Apr 22 2005 01:35 PM | CN_Admin in Travels
And now - the conclusion! (Well - almost, look for interviews with TeleVue and William Optics to appear in the next couple of weeks.) You might want to read Part 1 first...
Apr 19 2005 05:50 PM | CN_Admin in Travels
Couldn't get to NEAF this year, or just want to relive the experience? Join Tom T. and others in their excursion to New York, and look for part two coming this Saturday...
Mar 29 2011 05:53 AM | Mauro Da Lio in Travels
Farm Holiday is a way of making vacations - from long summer stays to simple weekends - which is gaining a lot of popularity in recent years, in Italy. To my knowledge, all started some decades ago, when farms in Tuscany began to
Mar 29 2011 06:04 AM | admin in Travels
My wife and I journeyed to Star Hill Inn, June 27th, thru July 1st, 2003. The Inn is located in Sapello, New Mexico
Mar 29 2011 05:29 AM | Duncan Rosie in Travels
Tshipise is a hot-spring resort on the northern border of South Africa. It is in the Limpopo Province, named after the mighty Limpopo river which separates South Africa from Zimbabwe to the north, and so frequently floods Mozambique to the east. The camp was scheduled to see about
Mar 29 2011 06:40 AM | admin in Travels
Last Fall I became aware of the Advanced Observing Program at Kitt Peak Observatory. For a fee of $350 plus $55 for room and board, individuals can rent either a
Mar 29 2011 06:09 AM | admin in Travels
Perhaps the ultimate form of traveling astronomy is astronomy while traveling-literally. I once spent about one hour and 300 miles exploring Jupiter and Saturn from a Boeing 777 flying across the Midwest
Mar 29 2011 05:46 AM | admin in Travels
This section offers specific suggestions for where to go observing in different parts of the world. Amateur astronomers who have advice about where people can safely set up their telescopes for
Mar 29 2011 05:56 AM | admin in Travels
My wife, Kimberly, and I were in Las Vegas in June of 2001 for a family vacation that included her parents and her brothers and their families. I was thrilled at the prospect of the trip, because I knew Vegas would be
Mar 29 2011 06:06 AM | admin in Travels
In late August 2001, I traveled to the port city of Aqaba in southern Jordan. Baking in the Arabian sun, Aqaba is a town of 70,000 people, surrounded on three sides by stark desert hills and bounded on the west by
Feb 16 2006 06:35 AM | admin in Travels
In June, 1999, I had an unusual opportunity to combine a short trip to an area interesting in its own right, with a hobby activity of the kind about which I am most manic: The Sacramento Valley Astronomical Society had invited some of us San Francisco Bay area
Feb 16 2006 06:38 AM | admin in Travels
Saturday, 17 April 1999 brought the first truly good dark-sky weekend to central California in over three months, so I eagerly packed Harvey, my Celestron 14,
Feb 16 2006 06:10 AM | admin in Travels
On 21 and 22 August, 1998, I took Harvey, my white Celestron 14, to Fremont Peak State Park, near San Juan Bautista, California. We had quite dark sky, though the fog below did not get dense till rather late on the second night.
Feb 16 2006 06:37 AM | admin in Travels
On 18 July, 1998, I went to Fremont Peak State Park, near San Juan Bautista, California, with a telescope I had not observed with for over a decade; namely, my 1981 vintage Celestron 14.
Feb 16 2006 06:33 AM | admin in Travels
I enjoyed my visit to the Sacramento Valley Astronomical Society's Sierra Nevada site in June so much that I joined, so I could go back. On Saturday, July 10, I loaded Harvey, the Celestron 14, into my Geo Metro, and set off