All year around we are organising practical workshops for Nightscape and Planetary and Lunar photography.
Join us on a night in the dark skies park of Teide national park and learn the techniques to capture stunning photographs of the Milky Way and beautiful starry nights set against a background of prehistoric rock formations and pine forests.
Prices start at 75 euros for groups of up to 8 people.
The Landing Module (LEM) actually impacted the Moon surface in the “Sea of Tranquility Crater, which had tremendous size vehicles parked around part of its rim. When astronaut Neil Armstrong made that First Step for Man on the Moon he looked up to the edge of the crater and said to mission control: “There are other ships here, they are enormous.” The public did not hear that statement or see the massive alien starships. Armstrong panned his camera in a 360 degree motional all around the crater and the CIA then classified the information as way above top secret.”
William Tompkins – Aerospace engineer