As I mentioned last week, I’ve been putting the finishing touches on “The Art of Stargazing”, the richly-detailed annual stargazing course for those who have a keen desire to look up and see the universe for themselves. It’s finally ready to go for 2014.
And this year, it’s for stargazers in the northern AND southern hemispheres.
“The Art of Stargazing” breaks down the basics of stargazing into easy-to-understand pieces each month. When you register for this program, you receive detailed sky tours throughout the year. You discover how to choose and use the best binoculars, telescopes, and accessories for your situation. And you get a smattering of science to help you understand how things work up there and how it all relates to your own place in the universe.
The program also shows you how to find and enjoy hundreds of achingly beautiful sights you will remember for the rest of your life.
Click on the link below to learn more about this course, which one well-versed amateur astronomer called a “must have, for all levels” of stargazing.
It’s available for the next two weeks only, until Sunday, March 23, to a limited number of readers. Then it closes for good.