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Tele Vue Blog: Solved! Mystery of how the Apollo 11 Landed in Central Park!

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#1 Stars4jon

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Posted 05 September 2019 - 10:10 AM

Amateur astronomers watching the TODAY show have noted the appearance of a Tele Vue Apollo 11mm eyepiece in Central Park

on a segment titled “Between the Moon & New York City”. In this blog post, Al Nagler explains how it “landed” there.

 

Please read and share this blog through the link below:

 

Solved! Mystery of how the Apollo 11 Landed in Central Park!

 

 

Did you observe, sketch or image with Tele Vue gear? We’ll like your social media post on that if you tag it #televue and the gear used.

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#2 Skywatchr

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Posted 05 September 2019 - 04:52 PM

Amateur astronomers watching the TODAY show have noted the appearance of a Tele Vue Apollo 11mm eyepiece in Central Park

on a segment titled “Between the Moon & New York City”. In this blog post, Al Nagler explains how it “landed” there.

 

Please read and share this blog through the link below:

 

Solved! Mystery of how the Apollo 11 Landed in Central Park!

 

 

Did you observe, sketch or image with Tele Vue gear? We’ll like your social media post on that if you tag it #televue and the gear used.

I wonder if Al is going to have one at BFSP in 3 weeks...  Oh boy, that's gonna hurt the wallet.... lol.gif



#3 Howard Gao

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Posted 09 September 2019 - 08:16 PM

Has the release date been confirmed? When can we order via dealers or TV website? Thanks.




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