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Stellarvue owners have the unique opportunity to participate in Stellartrips, educational seminars and star parties. Since most of our telescopes are airline carry on size, we like to travel to remote (sometimes exotic) locations to observe under pristine conditions. Educational seminars include our annual Majesty of the Night Sky Program presented in Auburn and Astro-photography training programs to help imagers get the most out of their equipment. Remote observing sessions have been held in the Sierra, on Mauna Kea in Hawaii and lately, under one of the darkest skies in the United States.

Stellarvue also attends many National astronomy shows such as NEAF in New York and ASAE in Tucson.

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Stellarvue Dark Sky Star Party

WHEN:  July 4-8, 2013

WHERE: A remote resort 3 hours north of Reno

Join 30 other like minded Stellarvue telescope owners under one of the darkest skies in the USA. Our annual DSSP is reserved for Stellarvue owners and participation is limited. Check out of DSSP Page to learn more about this amazing program. The site accomodates full hookup and tent camping, there are showers and a cafe where one can purchase breakfast or lunch. Dinners are catered and part of the program. This year several advanced imagers will be on hand including Tony Hallas, Jon Talbot and Dave Weixelman. We also take hikes into remote wilderness areas. Confirmed reservations are required. For more information visit our DSSP Page.

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Southern California Astronomy Exposition
July 13, 2013

If you are an equipment junkie living out west, this is the one and only show for you! Stellarvue will once again attend the annual Astro Faire a part of the Southern California Astronomy Exposition at Oceanside Photo and Telescopes (OPT).

Stellarvue will once again donate a telescope for the reffle. 

Set your calendars now for SCAE on July 13th!


November 16 & 17, 2013

This is shaping up to be the largest Telescope expo in the West! Stellarvue is helping to sponsor the event. This show will have numerous guest speakers, equipment displays from all of the major manufacturers, a separate imaging show, authors, astronauts, scientists, the list goes on and on. 

November is the perfect time to visit Tucson, Arizona. Lots to see there including Saguaro National Park, the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, Kitt Peak Observatory, on and on....

If you  live anywhere west of the Mississippi, this is one show you will not want to miss.

For more information visit the ASAE website. We hope to see you there!

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Stellarvue® designs and handcrafts the finest refractor telescopes and provides programs and experiences to foster a greater appreciation of our natural world and to encourage individual exploration of the universe.

All specifications and prices are subject to change without notice. Designs and materials are often modified to improve them. All copy and photographs are copyright 2013 and may not be used without permission.

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