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13
Dec

Infographic: Astro-highlights in Winter 2017/18

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The new cosmic calendar for the next three months at a glance!  Our astronomy infographic shows you all you need to keep an eye out for in the coming months.  Check out the text below for more details of each event!     08 Dec – Moon occults Regulus At the beginning of December the […]

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21
Nov

Reactions to Universe2go at the International Astronomy Show 2017 – Stoneleigh, UK

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Universe2go joined Astroshop.co.uk to take part in the International Astronomy Show 2017 (IAS) in Stoneleigh, UK.  We chatted with everyone from beginner to expert, and even had the pleasure of having school kids, future scientists and all-around smart people, attend the show!  Here are a few pictures from our time at IAS.  We will see you […]

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21
Nov

30% Discount: Universe2go now only 69.90 Euro / $69.90 / £59.90

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A must-have in any astronomy household: The Augmented-Reality Planetarium Universe2go has never been so affordable! The smart AR goggles show you and explains the night sky – all without hours of hovering over star charts and books.  Simply download the Universe2go app, place your smartphone in the goggles and off you go! Universe2go shows you […]

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28
Aug

Total Solar Eclipse 2017: The Astronomy Show and Photos out of Wyoming

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Yesterday afternoon we received images of the total solar eclipse in the USA.  A small group of people from the Buchloe Observatory (only 6 miles from the Astroshop/Universe2go headquarters) spent a few days in the USA, in order to experience the total solar eclipse personally.  More information about the eclipse last 21st of August 2017 […]

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23
Jun

Solar Eclipse in the Rocky Mountains with Wyoming Stargazing

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If you are contemplating traveling to the USA for the Total Solar Eclipse on August 21st, check out Wyoming Stargazing, a non-profit organization aspiring to “educate and inspire through Wyoming’s extraordinary skies”.      The organization, based in Jackson, Wyoming, was founded by local Jackson resident, Dr. Samuel Singer, as a way to further stoke the […]

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12
Jun

Infographic: Highlights in the Summer Night Sky 2017 – June to August

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The astronomical calendar for the next three months: our newest infographic “Astronomy Highlights in Summer Summer 2017” shows you everything at a glance that you can expect to see in the night sky from June to August. June 3 June – Venus at Its Greatest Western Elongation For those early birds, as special treat: Venus.  The […]

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02
Mar

Infographic: Highlights in the Spring Night Sky from March to May

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As the temperatures outside become milder, many stargazers make their way outside.  In the Spring, the night sky shows us a very different side of itself.  What is there to observe?  What is worth the time and effort? Our astronomy highlights infographic for Spring 2017 can show you at a glance, what to keep an […]

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13
Feb

Takeaways from AstroFest 2017 in London

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This past Friday and Saturday, we had the pleasure of partaking in AstroFest 2017.  Over two days we made many new friends, saw old friends, and overall enjoyed the atmosphere of the show with numerous astro-fans and experts.   We brought along a few of our more impressive refractor telescopes, including the Apo Triplet and stargazing […]

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08
Feb

Fun at the Spielwarenmesse 2017

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From the 1st until the 6th of February, the Spielwarenmesse, the largest international toy trade show, took place in Nuremberg.  Along with wooden toys, numerous stuffed animals and the newest trends in robotics, Universe2go was present in the area educational toys. Our star viewer was designed to animate children and youths, to explore the cosmos […]

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30
Jan

Universe2go at the Spielwarenmesse in Nuremberg

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Between the 1st and 6th of February, we will be at the Spielwarenmesse in Nuremberg with Universe2go. In Hall H3A, Stand B-08, retailers and toy specialists can visit us and take a trip through the Universe!  Our plan is to reach kids and youths, to create enthusiasm for the cosmos with Universe2go and astronomy.  We could not […]

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