BELOW ARE THE PRIZES WE OFFERED IN THE 2007 MDSP RAFFLE
2008 WILL AGAIN FEATURE A CORONADO SOLAR TELESCOPE
SUPPORT THESE RAFFLE PRIZE DONORS
These vendors are making a direct contribution to your enjoyment of the Star Party. If you need a new eyepiece, a new case, or a new gift idea - check these vendors out first!
Every Star Party participant is given free raffle tickets with adult and family registrations. Extra tickets can be bought at the Star Party site for $2 per ticket, or $12 for a lot of 20 tickets. Presently, raffle tickets can not be bought online. During the event, each prize will have a container for raffle tickets. Place as many raffle tickets in the containers for the prizes you most want to win.
Land Sea and Sky
B. Christ Miniatures
|Donated by Land, Sea & Sky (Texas Nautical Repair) the sole imports of Takahashi equipment into the US.|
The ultimate wide field eyepiece. The radical new design eliminates almost all aberrations, giving the observer a pristine view of the heavens. The TMB Paragon eyepieces offer a 69 degree field of view with a tack sharp view and lots of eye relief.
The Astroscan Telescope is an easy-to-use, maintenance-free and completely portable. Its wide field of view, beautiful images and ease of use make it an excellent telescope for beginner and expert stargazers alike.
|Deep-Sky Planner 4 Observation Planning and Logging Software for Astronomers. Includes 300,000 deep-sky & stellar objects, support for sun, moon, planets, comets and asteroids|
|Orion Large Aluminum Accessory Case - Die-cut|
|Orion RockStable Anti-Vibration Pads|
|Protect your Celestron SkyScout!|
|GSO Superview Eyepiece|
|GSO Plossl Eyepiece|
Color Filter Set
Green Laser Pointer
8mm 60 deg FOV eyepiece
10mm 70 deg FOV eyepiece
Red LED Flashlight
|Miniature Hand Crafted Rosewood Pedestal Reflector|
B. Crist Miniatures
|Astronomy Magazine Subscription|
Coronado Instruments PST & Case
(Personal Solar Telescope)
|donated by the York County Astronomical Society|
The PST is the latest innovation from Coronado. This ‘little’ telescope is another step toward our goal of making it possible for everyone to, “Experience the Sun our way.”
Sub angstrom H-A systems have long been cost prohibitive for the amateur. Designs other than the Coronado are difficult to use because of temperature and F-Ratio requirements. Not only does the PST have a bandpass of <1.0 angstrom but it is also thermally stable and requires no more time to operate than putting in a eyepiece and adjusting the focus.
The PST represents the same technology and quality that goes into a SolarMax series telescope but with a few unique design characteristics that allow us to offer it for less than some premium eyepieces. The PST will show you prominences, active regions, filaments, as well as other surface details – at <1.0 angstrom it will not reveal as much surface detail as the SolarMax series telescope and filters but it certainly doesn’t disappoint.