Friday, December 23, 2005
But, filled with the joy of Christmas and getting the January Southern Skywatch up (and a good feed of prawns and chocolate fudge) I've decided to give away a copy of the January/February edition of Australian Sky&Space to one lucky person. All you have to do is describe you best skywatching activity over the Chrissy-New Year break. Leave your entry as a comment to this post, and on January 9 I will choose the comment that moves me the most (or is acclaimed by other commenters). Yes, it is insanely subjective, but hey I could just put them all in a hat and draw one out, or choose the post whose word count is a prime number.
Don't put any address details in the comment (people are watching you know). I will contact the winner via the comments to this post, they we can work out posting via private email later on.
Disclaimer: I don't get any revenue from this blog, so you won't be subsidising my retirement fund via your comments. I am a contributing editor to Australian Sky&Space, but I, like all my fellow contributing editors, are volunteers, we don't make any money from our articles, and this is not an official Sky&Space promotion, it's just me giving away a copy out of good cheer rather than cynically trying to drum up trade.
So, Merry Christmas (or your local equivalent celebration), a Happy New Year, keep safe on the roads and may you have clear skies!
I´m a studient of Zaragoza, Spain,Too far No?
I have a Astroblog too! I like to know there are someone how are interested in this exiting and unknowed science.
So I encourage to continue posting.
First is Aditi's short post about viewing the sky during a powercut in India.
Second is Peter's night of observations in Central Park (NYC).