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Calling all Astro-Imagers! The Central Central European Deepsky Imaging Conference 2013.

You are warmly invited to the Central European Deepsky Imaging Conference (CEDIC 2013) which will be held in Linz, Austria on 2013 March 1-3. This international event is held every two years. It is the first European-wide conference dedicated to astronomical imaging and was inaugurated during the International Year of Astronomy 2009.

We have been working very hard to make CEDIC'13 the biggest and best-ever! Last time, almost 150 participants from 20 nations were treated to in-depth talks, stunning images and multimedia presentations. This year, we are proud to announce that our special guest will be Dr David Malin, one of the best-known exponents of the art and science of astrophotography. He has developed many of the imaging acquisition techniques we use today, a man who really could be called the father of modern astrophotography.

The opening session will take place at 19:30 on 2013 March 1 at the Ars Electronica Center, Hauptstrasse 2-4, 4020 Linz, Austria. As on previous occasions, the opening event will be public and everyone is invited to join a unique Deep Space multimedia presentation. We are looking forward to meeting our friends from all over the world and to having lots of interesting conversations, discussions and also a great deal of fun.

For more information and to register, go to the CEDIC 2013 website at http://www.cedic.at/

The CEDIC Spotlight Team & Christoph Kaltseis

Background image: IC 5070 in Cygnus, 200mm f/4 Newtonian, 3h LRGB exp. @Christoph Kaltseis, Teleskop Austria..

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