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Events & Socials

Events & Socials

  • AstroFest Moon Photo Competition
    Posted: November 08, 2023
    AstroFest Moon Photo Competition

    Astrofest is a huge event with over 5000 members of the public attending, this year Binocentral along with saxon telescopes are running a competition to win a 6” DeepSky Dobsonian Telescope.

    So make sure you have your mobile phone with you as Binocentral will have a few telescopes set up for you to attach your phone to using the brilliant saxon ScopPix 3s smartphone adapter.

    Below you will find the details of this great competition.


    How to win?

    1. Capture a photo of the Moon using a saxon ScopePix Smartphone Adapter

    2. Share your Photo using the hashtag #astrofest #binocentral with our Facebook page

    Competition starts at 7pm on the 18th November, last entry must be submitted by 5pm Wednesday 22nd November 2023.

    The winner will be announced on Thursday, 23rd November

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  • Astrofest ‘Star’ Guest: Leonid Meteor Shower
    Posted: November 06, 2023
    Astrofest ‘Star’ Guest: Leonid Meteor Shower

    As the crisp November nights approach, nature has an exquisite celestial display in store for us. The annual Leonid meteor shower is set to grace the night skies on November 6th lasting until the 30th of November

    What makes this year's event even more special is that its peak coincides with Astrofest, offering a unique opportunity for attendees to witness this meteor shower.

    History of the Leonid Meteor Shower

    History of the Leonid Meteor Shower

    The Leonid meteor shower is anticipated to begin on the 6th of November and extend until the 30th of November. The peak of the meteor shower is expected on the 18th of November. During the peak, observers can expect an increased frequency of meteors at a rate of around 15 meteors per hour. The Leonids are associated with the comet Tempel-Tuttle, which orbits the Sun and leaves a trail of debris behind.

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  • Southern Hemisphere's equinox
    Posted: September 21, 2023
    Southern Hemisphere's equinox
    What are the Southern Hemisphere Equinox's
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