Welcome to The Star Guide's "The Universe for Everyone."
"I can take you on a tour of the Universe through space and time with a professional grade telescope from the Meade Instruments Corporation. You will see spectacular and breath-taking images of the planets, the Earth's moon, star clusters, and deep space objects. Or maybe you would like to look at our day star the Sun to observe its Sun Spots, Solar Flares, Prominence, and Coronal Mass Ejection through a Meade Coronado Solar telescope. What ever your interest is, I will arrange a program for you. You will see all objects in live living color on a Television screen created by a special video camera created by www.mallicam.net or .org You no longer need to squint through an eyepiece to see deep space objects which appear black, gray and white. This special video camera allows amateur and professional astronomers to research all objects while sitting in a chair in an observatory. But as usual, we do like to start young amateurs to use eyepieces when they begin observing objects and then move up to larger telescopes they can afford. There is no cost for programs to schools, colleges, universities, museums,the general public, profit and non-profit corporations.
I am a Volunteer Solar System Ambassador appointed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to discuss their outreach program on missions and discoveries in astronomy for the National Aeronautics Space Administration. During star gazing and solar gazing events, I address JPL/NASA missions and discoveries. In June 2012, I was trained through the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland on "Global Climate Change" to give training and presentations to K-12th grade students, colleges, universities, museums, the public, profit and non-profit corporations. I am constantly updating and adding programs and classes to my website. Just send me an email or call 707-815-1856 to arrange an observing date, class or program."
Clear Skies to All . . . Cliff De Lacy, Astronomer/Educator
Information on scheduling and upcoming events, contact The Star Guide at email@example.com or call 707-815-1856.. Several of the images shown on the website were photographed by Robert Gendler. The link to his website is noted below: