November 16, 2015 8:11 pm

Week 2 Contest Winner Announced! 4 More Chances to Win in “Change Your View with Celestron and StarTalk”

Photo montage showing Week 2 winning photo in the "Change Your View with Celestron and StarTalk Radio" November Nights Contest.

We’ve gotten some great “November Nights” photo submissions for the “Change Your View with Celestron and StarTalk Radio” Contest. Picking a winner hasn’t been easy, but this week’s winner, @Ghostboy13 on Instagram, submitted a pretty awesome shot of our favorite natural satellite.

Thanks for doing your part in helping us support the International Dark-Sky Association this November and December.

Week 2’s winning photograph was taken using a 6mm/reflector telescope and an iPhone 6. @Ghostboy13 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, both shown below.

Image of the International Dark-Sky Association 2016 Calendar.

Weekly contest winners receive the International Dark-Sky Association 2016 Calendar

Photo of Celestron COSMOS 60 AZ Telescope.

A portion of the proceeds from this Celestron COSMOS 60 AZ Telescope benefits the International Dark-Sky Association to minimize light pollution.

@Ghostboy13 will also be entered into the Grand Prize Drawing for a NexStar Evolution 6 Computerized Telescope, shown below.

Photo of the Celestron NexStar Evolution 6 Computerized Telescope.

Grand Prize: Celestron NexStar Evolution 6 Computerized Telescope.

Enter Your Photographs for This Week’s Contest

To submit your photos, 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 3.

We’ll be announcing the winners 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.