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  • Why be a sponsor?
  • What does sponsorship pay for?
  • How to be a sponsor?
  • How much does it cost?
  • Sponsors

    Sponsors are remarkably wise and kind people who have contributed money to help defray the costs of generating clear sky charts from CMC data. They have my deepest thanks:

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    Winer Observatory
    Hans Flaatrud
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    Wolf Creek ObservatoryEric RachutTim Kearsley
    Dr. John Sohl
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    Dr. Barbara G. HarrisKevin Abeln
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    Joseph TrerotolaSouthern Maryland Astronomical Society

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    SkiPi Online ObservatoryRob & Theresa BritschgiAmateur Telescope Makers of Boston
    Aaron BernerSola Virtus ObservatoryNaperville Astronomical Association
    Honoring the ongoing contributions of Dr. Alvin Ureles
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    Darrel MoonBuffalo Astronomical AssociationCarl Roland
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    Jeffrey PatrickBilly and Domitta GladsonLeon Aslan
    Ross ArriensAbolfath HidajiClyde Miller
    Michael Vander Vorst for the San Diego Astronomy AssociationTony LevatinoJeff Garland
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    Paducah Skies ObservatoryKim and John PaulyGeorge Varga - MTRP Volunteer
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    Astronomical Society of Northern New England
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    Ken Pileggi, the Timing Belt GuyDavid T. and Jean M. LongJane Gnass
    Joseph Geiger
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    Deerfield Observatory
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    Klaus Peltsch
    and the
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    Why be a sponsor?

    Sponsors are the reason why I can continue to maintain the clear sky charts. I try to thank sponsors by giving sponsored charts more updates, more forecasts, better reliability and more features. I also recognize sponsors on these pages. The complete details of what I do for sponsorship is long, but it is here. One person sponsoring a chart makes those benefits visible to everone.

    What does sponsorship pay for?

    More importantly, sponsorship does not pay for the basic data from which I generate the charts. That data is offered to everyone for free by the Canadian Meteorological Centre though their public web page.

    Sponsorship does reduce some of the costs of internet access, web hosting, computers, software development, caffeine and ibuprofen incurred by running the clear sky charts.

    How to be a sponsor.

    No amount is too small. I list sponsors for a month per us$5.00 of sponsorship. (I ask more from commercial sponsors and do more for commercial sponsors. Email me for details.)

    There are two ways to sponsor:

    • Mail me a check. Please do not use the address printed in the February 2004 issue of Sky & Telescope page 69; it is wrong even with Stuart's correction. Instead, please Email me for the correct snail mail address. US dollar and personal checks are fine. Note that postage to me from the USA is us$1.15 and from Canada is can$0.85. A check gets the greatest amount of your sponsorship to me but is slow.

    • Or click on a button below to send money from your Paypal account or credit card.


      Non-Canadians please use: US Dollars

      Canadians Please use: Canadian Dollars

    The paypal forms are too simple to know which clear sky charts you use. So also email me with:
    1. what name you'd like credited on this page. I can also link your web page, if you like.
    2. The names of any clear sky chart pages you'd like your sponsorship to be acknowledged on.
    I always acknowledge receipt with an email.

    How much does it cost?

    There is no minimum sponsorship amount. I am greatful for any support. Also, I do not repeatedly dun past sponsors for more money. I may email a sponsor once at the end of their sponsorship.

    But to be fair to all sponsors, I acknowledge sponsors on this page, and on chart pages they've chosen to support, for a time proprotional to their sponsorship.


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