ALP STARGAZING ACTIVITY IMAGES AT QCSHS
November 27-28, 2004
by James Kevin Ty
Hurry Up! Its my turn to observe the Moon already!
ALP Secretary Rich Pijuan (with bush cap) teaching the students on how to use a 10x50 binocular how to locate Orion Nebula with a star map.
Mac Libid (right) set up his Meade ETX70 refractor to show the moons of Saturn.
John Lawrence Uy pointing his Advance Series Celestron C8 to Saturn.
Dante Noche: "Hey, putting the aperture mask really add contrast to the lunar craters on my scope!"
QCSHS Science Adviser Tanny Almendarez briefing the students before introducing them to members of ALP.
ALP president James Kevin Ty gives an overview to the students on what objects to observe tonight.
More than 400+ students and teachers attended the stargazing session.
ALP Treasurer (left) gives a lecture on how to observe the Moon and identify its main features.
Long queue await the students as they line up for their turn at the scope to observe the Moon.
Wow! Saturn is awesome!
Allen gives a short notes on what details to see on the Moon from his lunar observation lecture.
ALPers posing for posterity after the conclusion of the stargazing session at QCSHS..
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