Dark Sky Astrophotography Exchange 2016 @ The Adirondack Public Observatory – September 23-25

Greetings, fellow astrophiles!

The following landed in my inbox from new friends at the Adirondack Public Observatory up in Tupper Lake, NY (likely the most prime-est observing location in New York State if the light pollution maps are any indication). For those who don’t know about our neighbor to the Northeast…

The Adirondack Public Observatory Inc. is a charitable organization recognized under the laws of the IRS 501(c)(3) Not For Profit, and is also incorporated in the state of New York.

The Adirondack Public Observatory provides quality educational experiences for people of all ages through the science, technology and history of astronomy.

The Adirondack Public Observatory is free and open to the public!

The Adirondack Public Observatory, located at 178 Big Wolf Road, is open for viewing on Friday evenings from Memorial Day through Labor Day; after Labor Day it is open for public viewing on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month.

Visit our website for more details: www.apobservatory.org

The three-day event is chock-full of instructional sessions during the daytime and plenty of (hopefully) clear dark skies at night. The informational brochure is available for download below. If you plan on going, tell’em CNYO sent you!

Astrophotography2016_ver5.pdf

2016may4_apo_brochure

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