Hello {!firstname},

Here is how to keep track of Comet Ison for the rest of the Year.
Khan Scope has put a page together with all the details and information you
need to know, and we will keep it updated as the Comet's approach progresses.

Bookmark the page, and check it often:

  http://www.khanscope.com/ comet.html

Also, I've told you previously about the 

Celestron Starsense automatic telescope alignment device:

http://khanscope.com/accessDetails.cfm?productID=5077

Here is some feedback from amateur astronomer and Khanscope customer, Richard Zuccato:

" Hi, Ray! Just received my StarSense today, and I just tried it for the first time. You were absolutely right, a complete game-changer!!! It really made stargazing fun and not work, for the first time! Can''t thank you enough for letting me know about this amazing new device. It was totally worth the wait as well!" -- Richard Zuccato

Further good news, is that we are well on track to filling all our present orders, and in fact will have some
inventory available for stock shortly.

The problem is that according to Celestron product managers, Starsense will be in short supply for the (dare I mention it?) upcoming
holiday season.

So, if you do want one of these, don't wait any longer, order now to get soonest delivery.

As the weekend approaches here in Southern Ontario, looks like we are having some nice "Indian Summer" weather
here and Sunshine galore.

It was certainly clear here last night, as the transit of Jupiter's moons took place!

If you happened to observe this event, I would be interested in hearing of your experiences.
Just drop me a note to: ray@khanscope.com

Wishing you and yours a very happy Thanksgiving weekend... for truly, we here in Canada have much to be
thoughtful for.

Take the time to be present for your loved ones! (And that includes your telescope too :)

Clear Skies,

Ray Khan

PS Please note the retail store will be closed Holiday Monday October 14th; we are open Saturday and Sunday as usual.  10-7 and 11-6 respectively.

PPS Some folks want to know will Comet Ison be visible during the day or as bright as the full moon...to which I respond: "go ask Alice, I think she'll know". (courtesy of Grace Slick, Jefferson Starship ,White Rabbit).
 

 

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