Elämyksen järjestää Joseph

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***Fall is planet season! Don't miss the giants of the solar system!***

Join an amateur astronomer with almost 40 years of experience observing the night sky from Murphys, and take advantage of dark skies unlike anything in the city as we view beautiful astronomical objects through one of the largest telescopes available on the non-professional market (please note the photos of our scope were taken in the Bay Area - the skies in Murphys are MUCH darker!). Depending on the time of year, you will view planets (late summer and fall are currently planet season), double stars and star clusters, nebulae and other galaxies through our 14-inch Celestron Edge-HD telescope.

From planets right here in Earth's backyard to galaxies tens of millions of light years away, telescopes invoke wonder and awe like you've never experienced! You decide how much time you spend with each object - small group sizes mean you will never have to wait to look into the eyepiece.

Currently viewing: the Gas and Ice Giants, Ring Nebula, Dumbbell Nebula, Andromeda Galaxy, Deer Lick Galaxy, Blue Snowball, Cat's Eye Nebula, several globular clusters, and more!

Please understand that the weather can necessitate last minute cancellations. Please watch your email in the hours before the event if the skies are not clear for updates. You will receive a full refund if the session must be cancelled.
***Fall is planet season! Don't miss the giants of the solar system!***

Join an amateur astronomer with almost 40 years of experience observing the night sky from Murphys, and take advantage of dark skies unlike anything in the city as we view beautiful astronomical objects through one of the largest telescopes available on the non-professional market (please note the photos of our scope were taken in the Bay Area - the skies in Murph…

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Elämysjärjestäjäsi Joseph

Järjestänyt elämyksiä Airbnb:llä 2021 alkaen
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I have been an amateur astronomer since I could look through a telescope, and have been observing the night sky from locations in Murphys for almost 40 years. I am passionate about astronomy, physics and science in general, and love sharing the joy and wonder of telescope time with others. I carefully research each object to ensure you see the most impressive clusters, nebulae and galaxies currently visible, and to ensure you understand what you're looking at, including the sizes and vast distances involved.
Maksusi turvaamiseksi älä koskaan lähetä rahaa äläkä viesti Airbnb-sivuston tai -sovelluksen ulkopuolella. Lisätietoja

Alkaen $50/henkilö

$50/henkilö
$50/henkilö
$50/henkilö

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We will observe from our rocked telescope pad in our field. Reclining chairs will allow you to view satellites and the occasional shooting star while we discuss the constellations and astronomical objects we're viewing. 5 minutes from downtown Murphys.

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Angela Elizabeth
marraskuu 2021
A whole new way to experience the stars! Joe's telescope was one of the highlights of my recent trip, and I'm so glad we signed up! The location has an incredible view of the night sky, and the telescope is a wonder in and of itself. We saw planets, stars, nebulas, globular clusters, and even several shooting stars! Truly a great experience, and Joe was a wonderful guide to the night sky.

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Saat täyden hyvityksen, jos peruutat viimeistään 7 päivää ennen elämyksen alkua tai 24 tunnin kuluessa varaamisesta, jos se tapahtui yli 48 tuntia ennen elämyksen alkua.

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Vieraiden enimmäismäärä on 4 ja alaikäraja 12 vuotta.

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Be sure to bring a sweater. In late fall, winter and early spring, guests should bring warm clothing and a warm coat (we will supply water, coffee and hand warmers).