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ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATION IN HONTANAR Y CABAÑEROS NATIONAL PARK

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ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATION IN HONTANAR Y CABAÑEROS NATIONAL PARK

Observe a dark and starry sky transmitting sensations that leave no one indifferent …

It is precisely the natural environment and skies with little light pollution that rural environments have, which makes it possible to enjoy an activity that in cities is very complicated.
The material universe at first sight, may seem mysterious, inaccessible, even incomprehensible, but as you learn to know it, new eyes will allow us to enjoy everything that surrounds us.

Hontanar has a night sky suitable for the performance of astronomical activities of direct observation. Its pure atmosphere, and a dark and starry sky. Its location at 130 km. from Madrid, with more than 100 kilometers to the south of Cabañeros National Park and small municipalities, all without light pollution, are essential factors for a good astronomical observation even at a glance.

It also has an enclave that from almost any point you have a wide plane of the sky blue dome with perfect areas for scheduled astronomical activities, or from the comfort of mounting our telescopes and equipment in the Rural House where you are housed …

 

OPTION A
Activity that would be carried out from:
• Malamoneda or observation point in Hontanar
• Navas de Estena (Cabañeros National Park) (* Does not include transfers)
• up to 4 people = € 60 (€ 15 participant)
• up to 8 people = € 72 (€ 9 participant), + participants + duration per use of the equipment
• up to 12 people = € 96 (€ 8 participant) + participants +
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OPTION B, combine the Routes of Malamoneda and Boquerón del Estena + Night of Stars
Seminocturnal activity:
COMBINED with the routes of:
• Malamoneda
• Y Senda Boquerón del Estena (Cabañeros National Park) (* Does not include transfers)
• up to 4 people = € 96 (€ 24 participant)
• up to 8 people = € 144 (€ 18 participant), + participants + duration per use of the equipment
• up to 12 people = € 168 (€ 14 participant) + participants + duration per use of the equipment

It includes:
Astronomical optical material (Binoculars and telescopes)
Terrestrial optical material (Binoculars and telescopes)
Flashlights and front
RC and AA insurance
If you want more information about the dates of the exits and conditions, send form.

 

 

Did you know… ?
Jupiter is the largest planet that makes up the Solar System, its volume is 1,400 Earths. Known since the time of the Sumerians, visible as one more star.
All the planets of the solar system have the name of a god of Roman mythology, in turn, the Roman gods were copied by Greek mythology. Jupiter is the Roman god who finds his counterpart in the Greek god Zeus, the father of all gods and men, the lord of good and evil.
Jupiter is one of the most interesting planets for amateur astronomical observation. The general aspect of the planet is a slightly elliptical disk with light and dark stripes arranged parallel to the equator.
It stands out among this fringe of clouds the so-called Great Red Spot, observed for the first time more than 300 years ago. It is a swirl of about 30,000 km in diameter, which rotates counter-clockwise, with a period of 6 days. The speed of the swirl can reach 500 km / h. Its reddish coloration is due to the presence of phosphorus.
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