2019 will be a fascinating year for astronomy. It will start in January with a partial solar eclipse on the 6th and THE total lunar eclipse during full moon ‘super moon eclipse or super blood moon’ in the night of Jan 21st to Jan 22nd. And a few days ahead of the eclipse we will be treated with the Quadrantids meteor shower. In July there will be a total solar eclipse and a partial lunar eclipse. In the meantime, different space agencies are launching new devices to explore unknown territories and scientists find a way to see dark matter.
Through our range of small and larger telescopes, you will be able to be part of this adventure, discover new and unsuspected horizons and look out to the universe beyond our grasp.
These new horizons are closer than they appear! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.