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2015 - SGL 10


Will you plan on attending SGL 10?  

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  1. 1. I will attend SGL10 and am looking forward to it already!



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Amazingly, we are less than 2 years away from a huge milestone in SGL's history - the 10th Official SGL Star Party!

This poll is purely to gauge potential numbers so we can start planning the biggest and best SGL star party to date!

It's a simple Yes/No question!

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On the 20th March 2015 there will be a total eclipse of the Sun from the North Atlantic and Hereford will get a large partial eclipse in excess of 75%. Perhaps we could ask the Sky at Night team to do

I'm still waiting to buy tickets for SGL9 and you are already talking about SGL10. Judging by how fast SGL7 and 8 sold out, the tickets for 10 will disappear in minutes.

Toxic the SGL star parties are held in Herefordshire usually in March. The venue is the Lucksall caravan and camping site - http://www.lucksallpark.co.uk/ At this stage I believe Daz is trying to gaug

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I'm still waiting to buy tickets for SGL9 and you are already talking about SGL10.

Judging by how fast SGL7 and 8 sold out, the tickets for 10 will disappear in minutes.

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for me it depends on whether it coincides with a school break - cannot have hols in term time unfortunately. I put yes in principle though.

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Depends on location.

Locations seems to get selected on darkness, and that means quite often the West, however the West is also the cloudiest part of the UK. Dark and cloud mean no observing, whereas some light and clear means you can observe.

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Dark and clear is stunning though if you happen to live in light polluted skies.

One of the factors we gave consideration is the fact that a lot of astronomers struggle with orange skies , a weekend away under dark skies shows people new to the hobby the wonder of the stars.

Oh and for the record I don't consider Lucksall or even the mythical Kelling particularly dark ;)

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