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E:12/04 Win An Astronomy Starter Kit Worth £700

Click Here, middle competition, you can lead off to the entry form from this link



<TABLE cellPadding=5 width="100%" bgColor=#ffffff border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=headingblack vAlign=top colSpan=2>WIN AN ASTRONOMY STARTER KIT</TD></TR><TR><TD class=normal vAlign=top colSpan=2>All this plus a year's subscription to BBC Sky at Night magazine...
</TD></TR><TR><TD class=normal vAlign=top width=125>Comp_Astronomy.gif</TD><TD class=normal vAlign=top>If you've been inspired by Sir Patrick Moore's guide to the Universe (see BBC Focus issue 175, p25), you'll probably want to take a look at some of its awe-inspiring sights for yourself. So this month, we've teamed-up with The Widescreen Centre and lined up a star-gazing starter kit. The First Light Instruments 150mm F5 will allow you to see outside our own galaxy and will come with a motor drive, to make star tracking easier, as well as filters. The winner will also receive a year's subscription to BBC Sky at Night magazine, as will two runners-up. The Widescreen Centre, based in central London, sells astronomy as well as other equipment including microscopes and film-making gear. Go to www.widescreen-centre.co.uk for more details.

To be in with a chance of winning one of these fabulous prizes, just answer this question:

How many lightyears away is the Crab Nebula?

Answer: C)6300 Lightyears


Good Luck :D
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