HAPPY BIRTHDAY NEW EYES OLD SKIES
We turned “4” on June ‘1 ‘
New Eyes Old Skies was invited to an astronomy event
at Rouge Valley Conservation Area
Over 100 people were in attendance….
It was a wonderful evening of star gazing….. A big thank you goes out to Malcolm J and John K for their time, knowledge and scopes….
A big Thank You to our hosts Serena and Dave at Rouge Valley
HAPPY FATHER’S DAY…..
Gifting Dad for Father’s Day is easy at New Eyes Old Skies
We carry lots of unique items for all price ranges starting at $9.95
Come by or call… We are your Father’s Day store in Richmond Hill
TMB 100 mm 4″ F/L 800 mm Aprochromatic Triplet Refractor (OTA)
With the CNC Tubing with a Feather Touch Focuser and superb LZOS Glass
Comes with a binder of TMB scope specifications
Call for details
One of the finest 4″ Aprochromatic Refractors made
This is a photo of the creator of the TMB
Thomas M. Back (1957 – 2007)
2016 SUMMER HOURS
MONDAY – FRIDAY 10:00 AM -6:00 PM
SATURDAY 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
CLOSED SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
There is something great happening up there and coming your way…
Starting with May 9 th, there is the rare “Transit of Mercury”. Then on May 22 rd, the incredible “Mars Opposition”. Not since 2005 has it been this good; 46 million miles away.
June 3 rd holds in store the “Opposition of Saturn” in the constellation Ophiuchus.
Out now is the most majestic astronomical sight in the Solar System, in the
This full-disc image of Jupiter was taken on 21 April 2014 with Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3).
of Leo, is Jupiter. Also observable are it’s four large moons.
Image by Dan Bjarnason
We are very fortunate in having some wonderful customers who like to share there love of the night sky with the Astronomy community.
Nan Jiang has been very busy over the month of February, spending time with his scope and taking some wonderful photographs. We are very pleased that Nan has let us share his photos on our site.
M45 The Pleiades taken Jan. 6, 2016 and below M42 AND M43 taken Feb. 22,2016
Welcome to our scheduled Winter Observing Sessions with New Eyes Old Skies
Our first Winter Session will be on Saturday, February 25th starting at 7:00 pm
This will be at Cold Creek Conservation Area in Nobleton
Please see “Astronomy Nights” on the drop down menu for directions and for dressing in a conservation environment.
Hope to see you at the site. You are more than welcome to bring other family members or guests.
Please remember this is a non-smoking environment