Science Camp at Mines Elementary School

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Stargazing with students, teachers,and parents at Mines Elementary School, Quezon City, as part of their Science Camp which aims to develop students’ awareness and appreciation of the beauty of heavenly bodies. Saturn, currently in opposition, presented the best possible view of its rings through a telescope, while the moon was also observed to have dimmed considerably as it enters Earth’s penumbral shadow during the partial lunar eclipse which also occurred during the stargazing activity (April 25-26, 2013). For previous observations, click here.

Astronomical observations are geared towards sharing astronomy with the general public.  It is freeand is open to everyone! Take a look at our previous observations. You may join scheduled observations, or you may even request one for your school! Send me a note at eteny@nightskyinfocus.com.

To keep you posted on upcoming events, click here .

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For tutorials on how to get started with astrophotography, click here.
For DIY astronomy projects useful for astrophotography, click here.
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© Anthony Urbano (Manila, Philippines)

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2 thoughts on “Science Camp at Mines Elementary School

  1. It’s a rare opportunity to see the full moon and the beautiful Saturn. I realized that there are really impossible things in the sky.Amazing!Thanks Sir Eteny…..

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