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It is often stated that once you look through a Double Stacked Solar Telescope you don't ever want to go back to Single Stack. But what is Double Stack and what are benefits of having a Double Stacked system? There has been significant chatter on Lunt Social Media and e-mail lately regarding [...]
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Still in need of lodgings for the 2017 total solar eclipse?  Southern Illinois University has you covered.  Located in Carbondale IL, SIU has the following packages still available for those that want to witness Nasa Edge and Lunt Solar Systems put on an amazing Live Megacast of this celestial [...]
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The Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association will be hosting an annual Astronomy Festival on Astronomy Day this Saturday April 29, 2017 from Noon – 9 PM at Brandi Fenton Memorial Park (River & Alvernon).  There will be 3 Lunt Solar Telescopes available to look through in the afternoon and about [...]
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A spectacular sight is coming up this year for much of the U.S. The August 2017 total solar eclipse is on its way and it's in your best interest to prepare to see it right now. Here are a few good tips on planning an unforgettable vacation to see one of nature's great wonders. Plan for Time [...]
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"In all things of nature there is something marvelous." -  Aristotle For those of you who might not have heard, the US will take a front seat for the celestial event of the century!  On August 21st, beginning in the northern Pacific, a Total Solar Eclipse will be visible within a narrow [...]
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The Countdown Is On... Are You Ready? On August 21st, beginning in the northern Pacific, a Total Solar Eclipse will be visible within a narrow corridor crossing the USA from west to east through parts of Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, [...]