Exhibition

Exhibition

Photos: Max Alexander.

Photos: Max Alexander.

If you are looking for a new telescope, a better eyepiece, a state-of-the-art CCD camera, a good astronomy book, or are thinking of taking up astronomy at university, European AstroFest 2017 is the place to be.

Passes for the exhibition, which covers three floors, are only £8 for a full day or £15 for both days. Exhibition passes can be pre-booked and, when ordered in advance, can customised with your name. Conference passes already include all day access to the exhibition. The doors open at 9am each day and the exhibition closes at 6pm.

Confirmed exhibitors for 2017

365Astronomy/PrimaLuce Lab
Astrograph Ltd
Astronomy Now
Astroshop/Omegon/Universe2go
Atik Cameras
AWR Technology
British Astronomical Association
The British Interplanetary Society
Cambridge University Press
Campaign for Dark Skies
Celestron @ The Widescreen Centre
Dark Skies Jewellery
Galaxy on Glass
Ian King Imaging
International Astronomy Show
London Stereoscopic Company
MSG-Meteorites
North West Astronomy Festival
nPAE Precision Astro Engineering
Open University
Optical Vision Ltd
Orion Optics UK
The Planetary Society
Peak2Valley Instruments
Pulsar Observatories
Queen Mary University of London
The Society for Popular Astronomy
Softica
Solarsphere
Springer Nature
Starlight Xpress Ltd.
Starmus
University of Central Lancashire
Virtual Image Publishing
The Widescreen Centre