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Teide National Park: Guided Large Telescope Stargazing Tour39 Reviews
Discover the awe-inspiring beauty of deep space with a telescope that is two meters high on this guided experience in the Tiede National Park, a famous starlight destination.
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- Let the beauty of the night sky in the Teide National Park take your breath away
- Stargaze with one of largest telescopes that is available on the market
- Get stunning photos taken with the telescope to remember this extraordinary tour
- Learn from a certified starlight guide with 25+ years in astrophotography
- Ask all your star-related questions and get easy-to-follow answers
DescriptionExplore the night sky at a locations that is over the clouds with a certified Starlight guide. Unlock the secrets of the universe as you peer through a Computerized Dobson telescope to admire the bejeweled skies of the Teide National Park. Meet your guide in the Teide National Park at a location that is 2000 meters above sea level. After sunset, learn to recognize the constellations, understand basic celestial mechanics, and grasp the true size of the galaxy. Point the telescope through interstellar and intergalactic space to see huge nebulas of gas forming new stars, remnants of supernovae explosions, dense star clusters, and galaxies whirling millions of light years away. Have the opportunity to observe all the best visible objects of the season, without downtime or long waits at the telescope. Ask all your burning questions and even the most complex concepts will be clearly explained, with examples that are easy to understand. Connect a modified camera that is more sensitive to infrared to the telescope to capture long exposure shots that will show you the enhanced details and colors of objects that are impossible to see with the naked eye. All photos as emailed as a keepsake at the end of the tour.
IncludesComputerized 16-inch Dobson telescope Infrared modified reflex camera Guide
- The starting time depends on the sunset time, so it will change with the seasons
- The exact meeting point depends on the wind direction, as the telescope is more than 2 meters high and needs the area with the least wind, as such the activity provider will send you the GPS coordinates for the meeting point
- If the weather conditions are not good for observation, it can be postponed for the next day or you can get a refund