GRAS Announces Christmas Special: a Shot at the Large Magellanic Clouds At Unbelievably Low Prices

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Global Rent-a-scope (GRAS) presents a very unusual gift opportunity for 2007. Access to take astronomical images in the southern hemisphere. Access to take astronomical images in the northern hemisphere. Access to take astronomical images 24 hours a day 7 days a week (weather permitting).

For those really hard pressed to come up with some unusual gifts this season GRAS to the rescue! Prompted by many requests to provide multiple gifts, GRAS announces attractively priced gift packs in quantities of 10, 20 and 50, 100 point gifts. The packages offer discounts as great as 50% when multiple (bulk) gift packs are purchased.

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GRAS is best described as a global telescope network that provides access to a series of astronomical installations in strategic time zones. The location of these participating installations offer users and observers access to highly sophisticated remote astronomical imaging platforms that possess amazing pointing and tracking accuracy.

Outfitted with chilled CCD cameras and special imaging and scientific filters, subscribers to this membership facility routinely conduct research and capture unbelievably detailed images of a variety of deep space objects. No previous technical experience is required to operate these systems and real live personal support is available 24/7.

With ten systems on line the GRAS network provides various optical/camera system configurations from extreme wide-field to fairly narrow field imaging opportunities. This year give a gift of life-long exploring the cosmos! Give a gift that not only entertains but expands the limits of the mind as well. Give a gift of access to the universe!

Hundreds of extremely satisfied subscribers to the GRAS system have collected a massive amount of data (over 16,000 hours so far and still counting). Some of this data was used to report close to 2000 observations to the MPC. Hundreds of other observations have been reported to peer review journals.


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