A "Deep Astronomy" Website

Occasionally I will come across a web site that particularly impresses me.  Most astronomy web sites are a compilation of different aricles on telescopes and astrophotography gear, data for observing […]

sidewalk astronomy

Well, it has been more than four months since I last posted anything to my website and perhaps some people think I may have abandoned the initiative. The simple answer […]

Of all the beautiful winter constellations, Orion the Hunter is perhaps the most magnificent and perhaps the most observed. Most people can easily see the Great Orion Nebula, M42, described […]

Finding and observing objects in the sky is only half the enjoyment of visual astronomy. The other half comes from learning a little about some of the amazing things you […]

Here we go again, another supermoon to admire in December! In November the hype surrounding the supermoon was partly due to the fact that the Moon was at its’ closest point […]

The fund-raising effort for the Prince Edward Island Library Telescope Loaner program has been completed and this year’s project has been completely successful. With the help of some kind people […]

Forecasts for Sunday and Monday evenings are currently for clear skies on PEI. This is good if you want to get out and see the “supermoon”. Why both evenings? It […]

Tonight at Victoria Park under clear skies we drew ticket number 047 for the eight-inch SkyWatcher Dobsonian telescope in our “Big Dob” raffle. Congratulations to Chris Plomp on winning the telescope tonight. […]

g4131bWe will be conducting the draw for the 2016 Library Telescope Loaner project at 7PM this evening, 8 November, 2016 at our observing location in Victoria Park.

One lucky winner will take away this eight-inch SkyWatcher Dobsonian telescope.


Good luck to all ticket holders. 0

Telescopes Arrive - Delivery Starts

On Wednesday, 12 October, 2016 I received a shipment of thirteen SkyWatcher Dobsonian telescopes, all destined to Prince Edward Island users. Ten of these wonderful instruments are eight inch aperture […]