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Group Photo: 2018 OzSky Star Safari





Group Photo: 2017 OzSky Star Safari





"Southern Sky Panorama" - A spectacular 360-degree panorama of the southern hemisphere autumn sky over the observing field at the 2017 OzSky Star Safari (Photo by Alan Dyer)





Group Photo: 2016 OzSky "Southern Spring" Star Safari





Group Photo: 2016 OzSky Star Safari





Group Photo: 2015 OzSky "Southern Spring" Star Safari





2 hours of Star Trails over OzSky 2016 (Photo by Andrew Murrell)





Group Photo: 2015 OzSky Star Safari





The Milky Way Rising





The Milky Way setting over the 2014 OzSky "Southern Spring" Star Safari (Photo by Kyung-Koo Kim)





Group Photo: 2014 OzSky Star Safari





5 hours of Star Trails over OzSky 2014 (Photo by James Pierce)





The Milky Way over OzSky 2014 (Photo by Rob Pike)





The Milky Way Rising





OzSky Post-Eclipse Star Safari: Some of the OzSky Group Hard at Work, at Night





A small selection of The OzSky Star Safari's Arsenal of Telescopes





A small selection of The OzSky Star Safari's Arsenal of Telescopes





OzSky 2014: Private Inside Tour of the 3.9m Anglo-Australian Telescope





The OzSky Safari's 25 x 150mm Fujinon binoculars mounted on a SkyRover digital Star Chair





Group Photo: 2013 OzSky Star Safari





OzSky 2013: Inside Tour of the Australia Telescope National Facility's Compact Array





OzSky 2013: Inside Tour of the Australia Telescope National Facility's Compact Array





OzSky 2013: Inside Tour of the Australia Telescope National Facility's Compact Array





OzSky 2013: Riding on the Australia Telescope National Facility's Compact Array





OzSky 2013: Bob Logue Observing the Small Magellanic Cloud





Group Photo: 2012 OzSky "Post-Eclipse" Star Safari





OzSky "Post-Eclipse" Star Safari: Observing the Large Magellanic Cloud





OzSky "Post-Eclipse" Star Safari: OzSky in the Oz Sky, Laser Style





Group Photo: 2012 OzSky Star Safari





OzSky "Post-Eclipse" Star Safari: Inside Tour of the Anglo-Australian Telescope





OzSky "Post-Eclipse" Star Safari: Inside Tour of the 2.3m New Generation Telescope





OzSky "Post-Eclipse" Star Safari: Crux/Carina Rising





Group Photo: 2011 OzSky Star Safari
Mary Cragg, Ji-Hyeon Kim, Donna Burton, Paul Winalski, Brad Young, John Bishop
Lachlan MacDonald, Tony Buckley, Byungsoo Kim, Dan Pontone, Kee-Yang Chung





The Night Sky over OzSky 2011





The Night Sky over OzSky 2011





Group Photo: 2010 OzSky Star Safari
Credit: Fred Koch, 3RF Australia





Group Photo: 2009 OzSky Star Safari
Credit: Charlie Warren, Editor, Amateur Astronomy Magazine





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - "Emu Rising"
Credit: Charlie Warren, Editor, Amateur Astronomy Magazine





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - 3RF's Lachlan MacDonald with Charlie Warren, Editor of Amateur Astronomy Magazine alongside the now retired 30 inch telescope.
Credit: Charlie Warren, Editor, Amateur Astronomy Magazine





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - Eta Carina Setting over the Motel
Credit: Robert Werkman





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - The 22 inch Binocular Telescope with Bruce Sayre, John Bambury, Peter Read and Andrew Murrell
Credit: David Moody





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - Southern Cross and Eta Carina
Credit: Robert Werkman





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - 3RF's Lachlan MacDonald and John Bambury discussing the intricate details of one of the 18 inch telescopes
Credit: John Bozeman





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - Bruce Sayre, creator of the new 22" binocular telescope with 3RF's John Bambury





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - 3RF's Tony Buckley and John Bambury admiring the now retired 30" telescope, with the 22" binocular telescope dwarfed in the background





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - The 22 inch Binocular Telescope
Credit: Charlie Warren, Editor, Amateur Astronomy Magazine





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - The Observing Field behind the Motel
Credit: Charlie Warren, Editor, Amateur Astronomy Magazine





"Deepest South Texas Star Safari", 2009 - Getting Ready for the Group Photo
Credit: Charlie Warren, Editor, Amateur Astronomy Magazine


Group Photo: 2007 Deepest South Texas Star Safari





Group Photo: 2006 Deepest South Texas Star Safari





Group Photo: 2005 Deepest South Texas Star Safari





Group Photo: 2004 Deepest South Texas Star Safari





Group Photo: 1993 "Operation Pacific Storm" - The very first of what is now called the OzSky Star Safaris




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