Monthly Archives: April 2010

Share Astronomy – Please Share Astronomy

As you may know, Share Astronomy is a fairly new web site. Up to this point, most of the communication has been one way – from me to you. I've written blog posts on a wide variety of topics including … Continue reading

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NEAF 2010 – Alan Traino Interview

Alan Traino is the Chairperson and leader of NEAF (Northeast Astronomy Forum and Telescope Show). On the first day of NEAF 2010 (Saturday, April 17) I was lucky enough to spend some time with Alan and get his views on … Continue reading

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NEAF 2010 – Show Update Three

Unfortunately for solar observers at NEAF, the weather was uncooperative yesterday – mostly cloudy and cool with some fog. However, the weather was much better today and the NEAF Solar Star Party was able to proceed. Sure there were a … Continue reading

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NEAF 2010 – Show Update Two

Continuing with this morning's theme I have more pictures from NEAF 2010. Please remember that you can click on any image to see a larger version. In addition to the new CCA-250P telescope, the Takahashi booth had another nice surprise … Continue reading

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NEAF 2010 – Show Update One

Greetings from NEAF 2010. It may be cool outside but it sure is hot inside! NEAF 2010 has been awesome so far. For those of you who can't be here I thought I'd start my reports with some pictures (click … Continue reading

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NEAF – Northeast Astronomy Forum 2010

The Northeast Astronomy Forum and Telescope Show (NEAF) will be held on April 17 and 18 at Rockland Community College in Suffern, NY. NEAF is the premier astronomy show held in the United States, and I'm happy to say that … Continue reading

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Share Astronomy – New Features!

Today we are happy and proud to announce the release of Phase 2 of Share Astronomy. Frequent visitors to this site will notice that we are no longer "just a blog". Share Astronomy is now a full-featured web application that … Continue reading

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