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Champagne Bubbles – NGC 261 and friends
Stargazing in SA National Parks
South African National Parks (SANParks) recognised the need to diversify and expand their current tourist activities to provide meaningful experiences to its visitors.
Astrotourism has been identified as a potential activity with minimal environmental impact, while providing visitors with the opportunity to experience the natural environment in a unique way.
The primary objective of this study is to determine the feasibility of stargazing activities in SANParks. Participation in the research process is voluntary and all information will remain confidential and anonymous. Your contribution to the study is important and its success depends on the number of respondents who complete the survey. For more infomation, contact Amélia Wassenaar at email@example.com
Click here to start the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/83FGGXR
2019 astronomical highlights not to miss
Posted 2019 January 02
Sky Guide 2019 now available
Big 5 of the African Sky
Published 2017 June 23
The Big 5 of the African Sky – the five best deep-sky objects – are beautifully placed at this time of year for observing.
Find out more about the Big 5 and how to observe them and also how to qualify for this beautiful personalized mug!