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Astrofest 2017 - Video from the show

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Click on the link below to see a 15 minute video from Astrofest 2017 - gives a flavour of what it was like and my own highlights from the exhibition.

Andy

www.astronomy.network

 

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Nice video. Agree, they did seem to be less items in general to purchase and certainly less discounted products.

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NB For future shows can you say what else you would like to see in the videos so I ensure I get correct interviews etc.

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Indeed - neither range nor discounts seen in previous years. Talks were still excellent.

Andy

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