December 7, 2015 8:00 pm
We have our first “Remember in December” Winner! One more week to “Change Your View with Celestron and StarTalk”
What’s your favorite outdoor moment from 2015? Don’t just tell us, though, show us in “Remember in December” – the theme for this month’s “Change Your View with Celestron and StarTalk” Photo Contest.
We’ve already picked this past week’s winner. It’s StarTalk fan @travisnrousseau from Instagram. Travis’ photo is shown in the graphic above, and he took it using a Sony A600.
Here’s how Travis describes his photo on Instagram: “Milky Way behind my home… Pretty lucky to live here, it’s an amazing place in the day with too many things to do. Once night falls the beauty of space surrounds me, how could you not love this?”
One Week Left to Enter the “Change Your View with Celestron and StarTalk” Photo Contest.
To submit your photos for the contest, you must be following @Celestron on Twitter or @CelestronUniverse on Instagram. All entries must include the hashtag #StarTalkCYV. Visit Celestron.com for contest rules. No purchase is necessary. Enter by 11:59pm PST Sunday for Week 6, the last week of our contest.
Travis has won an International Dark-Sky Association 2016 calendar, as well as being entered into the monthly drawing for a Celestron COSMOS 60 AZ Telescope, shown here:
Last week, we announced that StarTalk fan Dana Pugh from Instagram had won the monthly November telescope drawing.
We’ll be doing another drawing at the end of December. And of course, all submissions are automatically entered into the Grand Prize Drawing for the NexStar Evolution 6 Computerized Telescope below.
Thanks again to everyone who has submitted photos and is helping us support the International Dark-Sky Association this November and December.
We’ll be announcing the final weekly winner here on the blog, and on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook next Monday.
About the IDA:
The non-profit International Dark-Sky Association is working to protect the night skies for present and future generations. They’ve already helped designate 21 parks in the U.S. and 7 others around the world as International Dark Sky Parks. Learn more here.
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