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March 2020


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Sat
14
Mar
Stars for Families: The Spring Sky

Stars for Families: Cielos de Lanzarote

Stars for Families

The Spring Sky

Explanation

From sunset, we will enjoy a dark night without a moon, ideal for enjoying the Milky Way and its hidden secrets and the constellations in all their splendor

We will observe the famous Orion Nebula and the Pleiades, some star families, such as the famous Beehive Cluster, some binary systems, galaxies ... and more

We will also talk about the astronomical meaning of Spring.

Date: Saturday, 14 March 2020
Time: 20:00 a 23:00
Place: El Mojón - Guenia
Price: 25€ adults
15€ residents in Lanzarote
10€ under 12 años

Included:
  • Monitor qualified in Astrophysics and a Star Guide
  • Star Guide assistant
  • Telescopes, workshops and explanations
  • Insurance

Payment: por transferencia / by bank transfer
Minimum Age: 4 years

IMPORTANT! Materiales that are best suited to enjoy stargazing! 
It's important to be dressed warmly to avoid an unpleasant experience!
  • Comfortable warm clothing.
  • HAT, to avoid losing heat from the head, especially during the winter and even at times in summer.
  • If it is windy (which unfortunately it often is in Lanzarote) it is a good idea to wear something windproof over the clothing.
  • RED light headlamp. We have lamps if you don't have your own. 
  • Mats and/or Blankets to keep you warm and lie down (we also provide blankets if necessary)
  • We have chairs but if you prefer your own please bring it.
  • Binoculars if you have any, 10x50 recommended or stronger. We have some binoculars to loan during the activity.
  • Gloves (in Winter)
  • Water and snacks 
  • Remember that in Canarias, the seasons might not be like mainland Spain or your country. Even though the days might be warm, the nights can get chilly and can be uncomfortable if you are not suitably dressed. Humidity levels in Lanzarote are high, and at night can rise to 80-90% even during summer.
Please, click below for Booking

Booking
La Luna hoy en Lanzarote
14 de marzo del 2020
Menguante Gibosa
67,8 %
a las 20:00
Edad 20,4 días
Oculta
salió a las ---
se puso a las 10:09

Sat
21
Mar
Stars for Families: The Spring Sky

Stars for Families: Cielos de Lanzarote

Stars for Families

The Spring Sky

Explanation

From sunset, we will enjoy a dark night without a moon, ideal for enjoying the Milky Way and its hidden secrets and the constellations in all their splendor

We will observe the famous Orion Nebula and the Pleiades, some star families, such as the famous Beehive Cluster, some binary systems, galaxies ... and more

We will also talk about the astronomical meaning of Spring.

Date: Saturday, 21 March 2020
Time: 20:00 a 23:00
Place: El Mojón - Guenia
Price: 25€ adults
15€ residents in Lanzarote
10€ under 12 años

Included:
  • Monitor qualified in Astrophysics and a Star Guide
  • Star Guide assistant
  • Telescopes, workshops and explanations
  • Insurance

Payment: por transferencia / by bank transfer
Minimum Age: 4 years

IMPORTANT! Materiales that are best suited to enjoy stargazing! 
It's important to be dressed warmly to avoid an unpleasant experience!
  • Comfortable warm clothing.
  • HAT, to avoid losing heat from the head, especially during the winter and even at times in summer.
  • If it is windy (which unfortunately it often is in Lanzarote) it is a good idea to wear something windproof over the clothing.
  • RED light headlamp. We have lamps if you don't have your own. 
  • Mats and/or Blankets to keep you warm and lie down (we also provide blankets if necessary)
  • We have chairs but if you prefer your own please bring it.
  • Binoculars if you have any, 10x50 recommended or stronger. We have some binoculars to loan during the activity.
  • Gloves (in Winter)
  • Water and snacks 
  • Remember that in Canarias, the seasons might not be like mainland Spain or your country. Even though the days might be warm, the nights can get chilly and can be uncomfortable if you are not suitably dressed. Humidity levels in Lanzarote are high, and at night can rise to 80-90% even during summer.
Please, click below for Booking

Booking
La Luna hoy en Lanzarote
21 de marzo del 2020
Menguante Vieja
5,7 %
a las 20:00
Edad 27,3 días
Oculta
salió a las 05:23
se puso a las 16:49

Sat
28
Mar
Stars for Families: The Spring Sky

Stars for Families: Cielos de Lanzarote

Stars for Families

The Spring Sky

Explanation

From sunset, we will enjoy a dark night with a beautiful little moon, ideal for enjoying the Milky Way and its hidden secrets and the constellations in all their splendor

We will observe the famous Orion Nebula and the Pleiades, some star families, such as the famous Beehive Cluster, some binary systems, galaxies ... and more

We will also talk about the astronomical meaning of Spring, and enjoy, of course, the beauty of the Crescent Moon with a powerful telescope.

Date: Saturday, 28 March 2020
Time: 20:00 a 23:00
Place: El Mojón - Guenia
Price: 25€ adults
15€ residents in Lanzarote
10€ under 12 años

Included:
  • Monitor qualified in Astrophysics and a Star Guide
  • Star Guide assistant
  • Telescopes, workshops and explanations
  • Insurance

Payment: por transferencia / by bank transfer
Minimum Age: 4 years

IMPORTANT! Materiales that are best suited to enjoy stargazing! 
It's important to be dressed warmly to avoid an unpleasant experience!
  • Comfortable warm clothing.
  • HAT, to avoid losing heat from the head, especially during the winter and even at times in summer.
  • If it is windy (which unfortunately it often is in Lanzarote) it is a good idea to wear something windproof over the clothing.
  • RED light headlamp. We have lamps if you don't have your own. 
  • Mats and/or Blankets to keep you warm and lie down (we also provide blankets if necessary)
  • We have chairs but if you prefer your own please bring it.
  • Binoculars if you have any, 10x50 recommended or stronger. We have some binoculars to loan during the activity.
  • Gloves (in Winter)
  • Water and snacks 
  • Remember that in Canarias, the seasons might not be like mainland Spain or your country. Even though the days might be warm, the nights can get chilly and can be uncomfortable if you are not suitably dressed. Humidity levels in Lanzarote are high, and at night can rise to 80-90% even during summer.
Please, click below for Booking

Booking
La Luna hoy en Lanzarote
28 de marzo del 2020
Creciente Joven
16,8 %
a las 20:00
Edad 4 días
altura 37º Visible
azimuth 279 ~ W
se puso a las 00:06
salió a las 09:38

Our Equipment

Telescope Celestron Edge HD 1100
Telescope Celestron CPC 925
Binoculars Vixen BT 125
Binoculars Celestron UpClose 10x50
Binoculars Celestron SkyMaster 12x60
Binoculars Celestron SkyMaster 15x70
Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera Canon EOS 6D