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2007 Astrocalendar

 
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15 cm×22.5 cm

Deep in the night sky above us shines billions dots of light. Looking though the telescopes and cameras, these plain-looking small dots appear to be various kinds of celestial objects whose vivid colours have bewitched so many sky-watchers. The Astrocalendar 2007, published by Hong Kong Space Museum allows you to place all these beauties on your desk. The calendar features some of the most fascinating celestial objects like Ring Nebulas, Helix Nebula and Spindle Galaxy. Monthly sky maps, sundial and Moon model worksheets will also be included. The sky maps provide an easy way for recognizing the positions of planets and constellations while the worksheets allow you to make interesting astronomical tools by yourself.
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2006 Astrocalendar

 
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Many terrific photographs were received in the Astrophotographic Competition 2005 organized by the Hong Kong Space Museum. It can be seen that the level of astrophotography in Hong Kong is progressing and has reached the international standard. In order to share the work of the participants, the coming Astrocalendar 2006 will collect those valuable pictures.
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2005 Astrocalendar

 
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The Sun sets and stars rise. The sky above us begins to shine with billions dots of light. As sky darkens at night, the fascination of star grows. Have we noticed this treasure of our nature?

Since 1983, the Hong Kong Space Museum has been publishing Astroclaendars. The Calendars included spectacular astronomical photographs taken at various place as well as astronomical information which allowed you to appreciate the beauty of sky and catch the important celestial event of the year. For 2005 Hong Kong Space Museum Astrocalendar, it also includes quarterly sky-maps which provides an easy way for recognizing the positions of stars and constellations.
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2004 Astrocalendar

 
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A dark night, deep in the sky above us shine with billions dots of light. Behind the telescope and cameras, these plain-looking small dots appear to be various kinds of celestial objects whose vivid colours have bewitched so many sky-watchers. The Astrocalendar 2004, published by Hong Kong Space Museum allows you to place all these beauties on your desk. The calendar features some of the most fascinating celestial objects like Horsehead Nebular, Crab Nebula and Eskimo Nebula. Quarterly sky-maps will also be included which provide an easy way for recognizing the positions of stars and constellations.
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2003 Astrocalendar——Sketching the Universe

 
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The Hong Kong Space Museum has been producing Sky Shows on different topics in Astronomy since it's opening. During the production, we have tailor-made a lot of fascinating drawings which described our Universe. Though the content may fade with time, the aesthetic and scientific values of these pictures remain fresh. Rather than keeping those printings in our shelves, we want to share with all of you in our Astroclandar 2003. Besides, the calendar will also include a sky-gazer's almanac 2003 for Hong Kong which provides you with information about the daily rising and setting time of important celestial objects.
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2002 Astrocalendar——The Sky in Our Eyes

 
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Hundreds of terrific photographs were received last year in the Astrophotographic Competition. One of our adjudicators, Mr. Joseph Liu, said that the level of astrophotography in Hong Kong has been rising in an unbelievable rate and has reached an international standard. In order to share the work of the participants, the coming Astrocalendar 2002 will collect those valuable pictures. In addition, the calendar will also introduce CCD photography and image processing. Monthly sky-map with the position of the planets and the moon phase will also be included.
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2001 Astrocalendar——Hong Kong Space Museum 20th Anniversary

 
HK$33 Now available for sale
21 cm×18 cm

The newly published Astrocalendar 2001 recorded some of the important development and works of the Museum since its opening in 1980, along with the remarkable achievements in astronomical observation made in the same year. In addition to the splendid astronomy photographs, the calendar contains information about the solar and lunar eclipse that are going occur in 2001, as well as a detachable seasonal star map printed on enduring and water-proof paper.
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2000 Astrocalendar

 
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On the threshod of a new millennium, humans are proud of a lot of achievements in space science and astronomical discovery that have been made in the past centuries, for examples, moon landing, launching of space shuttle, operation of space telescope, prediction of the existence of planet and discovery of galaxies. Astrocalendar 2000 features those superbly remarkable "first" in astronomical achievements or records with splendid photos.
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1999 Astrocalendar——Our Changing Universe

 
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The immensity of the Universe is beyond our comprehension. The rapid development in astronomy in the 20th century has enable us to have a greater understanding towards the Universe. The Astrocalendar 1999, published by the Provisional Urban Council Hong Kong Space Museum features the deepness of the Universe and the most recent splendid photos taken by the Hubble Telescope. In addition, a new monthly star-map is provided to introduce to you the night sky, the planet and the moon phase visible in each month.
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1998 Astrocalendar——Legends of The Starry Sky

 
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Introduce both the Western and Chinese views of constellations. Besides interesting mythology related with the Zodiacal constellations, the calendar features a lot of splendid pictures related to the zodiacs including Helix Nebula in Aquarius, Pleiades in Taurus, Sombrero Hat Galaxy in Virgo and Trifid Nebula in Sagittarius etc. In addition, a detailed Chinese star map, the first of its kind with English translation of the namings, is attached to provide the readre with a good overall view of the Chinese constellation system.
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1997 Astrocalendar——Memories of The Starry Star

 
HK$20 Now available for sale
20 cm×14 cm

The 1997 Astrocalendar features a lot of fasinating photos and has an extensive coverage of astrophotographic skills ranging from lunar surface magnification, solar and lunar eclipses, nebulae and clusters, star trails as well as stationary and guided photography. In addition, each page includes a monthly star map which provides and easy way for recognizing the positions of planets, stars and constellations seen over Hong Kong.
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1996 Astrocalendar——Hubble Views The Universe

 
HK$31 Now available for sale
16 cm×24 cm

Introduce new findings from the Hubble Space Telescope. The splendid pictures captured by the Space Telescope includes the supernova 1987A and active galaxy M87. Apart from significant astronomical phenomena, each page features a monthly star map which provides an easy way for recognizing the positions of planets, stars and constellations seen over Hong Kong.
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1995 Astrocalendar——Deep Sky Splendours

 
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26 cm×16 cm

The main theme this year is deep sky objects such as nebulae, star clusters and galaxies captured by hugh astronomical telescopes. Apart from significant astronomical phenomena, each page features a monthly star map. These star maps for the night skies of Hong Kong provide an easy way to recognize the position fo stars and constellations.
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1994 Astrocalendar

 
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1993 Astrocalendar

 
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1992 Astrocalendar

 
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1991 Astrocalendar

 
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The special selections for this year include: Flight Deck of the American Space Shuttle, the Hubble Space Telescope and the artist's conception of the bubble universe. The everyday astronomical phenomena for 1991 and significant events in the history of astronomy and space science will be included in the day-boxes of the calendar. You will also find a personal profile of twelve prominent historcial figures in astronomy and space science.
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1990 Astrocalendar

 
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27.5 cm×55.5 cm

The special selections for this year include: Kitt Peak National Observatory, the Rosette Nebula in the constellation Monoceros and the Great Red Spot of Jupitor. The everyday astronomical phenomena for 1990 and the significant historical events on astronomy and space science can be found in the day-boxes of the calendar.
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1989 Astrocalendar

 
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The special selections for this year include: Pic du Midi Observatory in Southern France, the 100-m-diameter radio telescope in West Germany, Mare lmbrium area of the Moon, Milky Way, Voyager 2 encounters Neptune and the M31 galaxy of Andromeda. The everyday astronomical pheomena for 1989 and the significant historical events on astronomy and space science can be found in the day-boxes of the calendar.
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1988 Astrocalendar

 
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The elegant selections for this year include: Very Large Array in moonlight, the satellite rescue mission of Space Shuttle, North America Nebula in Cygnus, Hong Kong from Space, Comet Halley in Easter Island, Eagle Nebula in Serpens, and the Supernova 1987A. Apart from the wealth of significant astronomical phenomena and historical events, each calendar is accompanied by set of four season star maps and the 1988 observer's almanac. Using this almanac, local observers may readily locate the date and time of major astronomical events observable in Hong Kong in 1988.
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1987 Astrocalendar

 
HK$25 Now available for sale

The Astrocalendar incorporates twelve fine quality photographs on the themes of astronomy and space science, such as Southern Sky Trails, the Vela Supernova remnant, Rho Ophiuchus and the region of Antares, Night View of Ancient Beijing Observatory, the Tarantulas Nebula (30 Doradus), Sunset on Mauna Kea, Dunhuang Star Charts, etc. The Calendar also includes the 1987 Hong Kong Almanac, special astronomical phenomena and important historical events of astronomy. It is suitable for collection and perfect as a diary for amateur astronomers.
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1986 Astrocalendar

 
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