Re: Star Party etiquette
None the less, many people image at star parties, particularly some of the larger ones, especially those in remote dark-site locations. You as an attendee can't control this, or any particular observer's activities at such an event, and in most cases the organizers/sponsors will not prohibit it.
Originally Posted by TheBum
There is a difference in a star party and an outreach event - in the latter case, rarely will one encounter an imager, as the event's point is usually to expose astronomy to a less-informed public. At a star party, within the dark hour rules and the sponsor's regulations (consider some of the larger venues like Prude Ranch, where the Texas Star Party is held) there will almost always be people imaging...
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