This week’s AstroFest 2019 show, at the Kensington Conference and Events Centre in London, inaugurates Tele Vue’s exhibition season. I’ll once again be guest of The Widescreen Centre. Want to talk about Tele Vue eyepieces? Have questions on DIOPTRX? Need advice on imaging with Tele Vue telescopes? Please find me at The Widescreen Centre stand in the Exhibition hall, open 9am to 6pm, on February 8th and 9th. You can find complete details on the Exhibition Hall on the AstroFest website.
It’s almost time to board the plane for my biennial trip to the “Rencontres du Ciel et de l’Espace” (RCE). The show takes place from November 1st through 3rd at the Museum of Science and Industry in Paris and features over 150 lectures (in French of course) over the three days with vendors spread over two floors. Daily attendance is in the neighborhood of 2,500 people, so it’s a busy show! Continue reading “Tele Vue: We’ll Always Have Paris!“
If ever there was an event that bound together every living thing on this planet, the disappearance of the Sun during broad daylight reminds us of just how reliant, fragile and connected we are. To be able to share the emotions of that special moment with others reminds us that all the moments we share are special.
Ten years ago the first 13mm Ethos eyepieces shipped to eagerly waiting dealers and their even more eager customers. To celebrate this milestone we’re offering you 10 days to save 10% on all Ethos focal lengths!
Continue reading “10-Years of Ethos SALE!“
NEAF has always been a great show for us. It’s a wonderful chance for people to get their hands on our equipment and really see and feel the care and quality we put into our products. While five of us were constantly busy showing scopes, making eyepiece recommendations, and enjoying talking amateur astronomy, no one was busier than my father. He was giving show-goers a glimpse of what our eyepieces, adapted to night vision, could do. Continue reading “About the NEAF Night Vision Demonstration”
One of the best experiences of shows like this is getting to meet our customers. Richard came to the Widescreen stand asking for eyepiece recommendations for his NP101is. He “sheepishly” admitted that he bought the NP101is because he was getting into imaging. He already owned an NP101 but wanted the enhanced features of the “is” version and the plan was to sell the original NP101. Well as we’ve heard from many Tele Vue telescope owners: he just couldn’t part with an old friend. Richard still owns his original NP101 and images with his NP101is.
Continue reading “AstroFest Update: Friends New and Old”