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By Hobbymasters Inc
So often we look up at the sky and wish we could tell what we are looking at. Is it a star or a planet? This year we even have a few comets to look at.
By Hygga Innovative Technologies
The PHASTT Network has announced plans to build the world’s first crowd-funded astronomical observatories in 2014. A team of experienced astronomers in Spain, Peru, Norway and Canada will develop and operate the observatories.
So often we look up at the sky and wish we could tell what we are looking at. Is it a star or a planet? This year we even have a few comets to look at. Our telescopes range in price from $75 to the thousands.
By Solaria Riverdale 718.884.0770
One of the best viewing points in NYC is the rooftop observatory atop the Solaria Riverdale, and tonight at 6pm a small dark dot will move across the face of the Sun, the Transit of Venus, the next one will not take place until the year 2117.
By Suzanne Seyghal
As Brian Cox returns to BBC2 and predicted prime conditions make viewing the northern lights one of this year’s must-do holiday experiences, it seems astronomy is no longer the preserve of those in possession of either a PhD or a telescope.
# This amazing telescope lens are specially prepared for the football fans that watch the 2010 worldcup games on the scene / on site # This mobile phone telescope that specially designed for your iPhone 3G, equipped with 6 x ZOOM lens.
By PI (Physik Instrumente) LP. Piezo Nano Positioning
Auburn, MA, nanopositioning specialist PI has introduced the world’s smallest commercially available electro-mechanical, high-force Hexapod 6-axis micropositioning system.