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We are pleased to announce that the Starscape II Exhibition will open at 7.00 p.m. on Friday 17th August 2007 at the Brockenhurst Village Hall – which is within short walking distance of Brockenhurst main line station.

The exhibition is in support of the Brockenhurst Village Trust Stage Completion Project and is kindly sponsored by Exxon.

It will be open from the 18th August 2007 until the 24th August 2007 between 10.30am and 4.30pm.  Admission is £1 for adults and children admission is free.

We will be showing our latest images and Greg will be giving a talk about imaging deep-space objects (DSOs) at 7.30pm on the opening evening (definitely something not to be missed).  Opening night charges are £5 with free admission for Trade and Press delegates.

Note: Bar facilities will be available on the opening night only. 

So, please come down and have a look, ask questions and mix with other Astronomy enthusiasts! Download the Starscape Brochure to find out more about what we will be showing – but note – there are 19 new images to see in the Exhibition that you won’t find in the brochure!

Download Starscapes Brochure

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Finally!  I am pleased to announce that the “Starscape” exhibition will run from the 27th July to the 9th September 2006 at the University of Southampton Library Exhibition Centre.  All images in this Exhibition were taken using the Hyperstar/SXV-H9C combination as I hadn’t yet purchased the Sky 90.

This is our first major exhibition and, as a result, we even have a brochure.  So if you can’t make it in person, you can download the Starscape Brochure and see what it is all about.

Download Starscapes Brochure

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All pictures at the exhibition will be for sale and orders will be taken for anything else – email us at sales@newforestobservatory.com if you can’t make it and would like prices or information.

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