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  1. This year's Practical Astronomy Show is on Saturday March 19th 2022 PAS2022 is your chance to see and buy products from the major astronomy equipment manufacturers, as well as attend free talks from leading astro imagers and amateur astronomers. Unlike any other astronomy show, the show is completely FREE to attend, and the talks are FREE too - talk tickets will be available at the show. The venue is also well lit, and easy to get to. Parking is free on-site, and refreshments are available on-site. Full disabled access is of course provided. Show location: Kettering Conference & Leisure Village (click for map) Talks: Paul Money "Choosing and using your first telescope" Robin Glover “How to Polar Align accurately with SharpCap” Helmut Kessler "Hydrogen Alpha Etalons and Solar Telescopes" Gain Lee "An introduction to Backyard Astro Imaging" Ivaylo Stoynov "Introduction to APT Astrophotography Tool Software" Damian Peach – "Imaging the Solar System" We'll release talk times closer to the show. Hope to see you there again, and here's some pictures from the last show:
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