Telescope Peak in Early June?

Discussion in 'Meet ups & Events' started by Timmeh, May 13, 2018.

  1. Timmeh

    Timmeh Well-Known Member

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    Hi all,

    Is anyone interested in spending a sunrise and sunset on Telescope Peak? I'm thinking somewhere in the range of June 7-11 (preferably on a day with clouds and low risk of thunderstorms).

    Tim
     
  2. JimFox

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    Hey Tim,

    That sounds like fun. I have some big plans for July, so not sure I can get out much in June, but if I can I will.

    What's your plan for up there? Are you looking to shoot the Milky Way?
     
  3. Timmeh

    Timmeh Well-Known Member

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    Hey Jim,

    My primary subject will be the bristlecones, and the 360 degree view, but night sky will certainly be in the mix.
     

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