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1st BRESSER ASTROTOURISM CONFERENCE - NATURCYL 2022
What kind of Astrophotographer do you want to be? Do you want to learn how to plan your observation sessions? Do you know what mount you use if you do observation or photography?
Saturday September 24
Place of the day: Bresser Classroom
Limited capacity. Day Price €29.99. Reservation of places in: email@example.com
At the end of the day, a Bresser certificate on knowledge and observation of the sky will be delivered
The universe for beginners
Find out what a trip to Alpha Centaury would be like to try to save humanity.
The magnitudes of the Universe
Where we are and the relation of sizes. In an entertaining explanation we will learn what the Solar System is like, taking the scale of the sun as a basketball. We will see the peculiarities of some planets and what life is like in the stars.
What kind of Astrophotographer do you want to be?
Juan Carlos Peguero
In every phase of growth as an amateur astrophotographer or sky watcher, sooner or later we are faced with different paths to take, each one with countless doubts and fears.
Thus, we will make a photographic review of what we can observe with the right equipment. Astrophotography is a very technical branch where the different configurations of the equipment will allow us to make one type of observation or another.
Both the configuration of the equipment and the development techniques take on a lot of weight when capturing what we see through the telescope or objective.
We hope that, after this master class, everyone who wants to embark on this adventure will not spend money unnecessarily and that each step they take will bring us a little closer to our goal.
Use of equatorial mounts for observation and photography
Juan Carlos Peguero
We will learn about the different types of most common mounts and their configuration, both for use in astrophotography and for observing the sky.
Use of telescopes and planning of our observing sessions
Use of telescopes, for observation and for photography. Planning of our sessions. Use of Apps and programs such as Stellarium and Telescopius. Planispheres and how to use them.
Experience: Observing the night sky
Pedro Blesa and Juan Carlos Peguero
Observation of the sky with laser pointer and telescopes for children and adults. The objects seen in the sky will be described: constellations, stars, nebulae... Various astronomical telescopes will be set up so that all attendees can use them.
At the end we will make a photocall with a magnificent backdrop: the stars
Organize: Bresser Iberia