Events tagged with Star Party

Third Quarter Moon Members-Only Star Party

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SAS-Members Only

Type: Star Party

Keywords: Members Only Star Party

Held on: Dec 01, 2018 (Sat) at 06:30 PM to Dec 01, 2018 (Sat) at 11:55 PM

Sunset Times:

  • Official at 04:18 PM
  • Civil at 04:53 PM
  • Nautical at 05:32 PM
  • Astronomical at 06:09 PM

Location: Rattlesnake Mountain Trailhead Park southwest of Snoqualmie Point Park

Event Coordinator: mike.martin.pereira@

This star party offers another opportunity each month to observe under a dark sky. It's open to all SAS members but is specifically designed to orient new members to dark-sky protocol. Although dark-sky etiquette is expected (see below), experienced members will be on hand to help newcomers learn the ropes.

The Third Quarter Star Party is for SAS members only and will be on Saturday, December 1, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. if weather permits.

Shown in date descending order.

  • MAY
    06

    Green Lake Star Party

    Sat at 09:00 PM Open to Public

    Please join us for an evening of observing interesting astronomical images and learning about the universe.

  • APR
    28

    Covington Community Park Star Party

    Fri at 09:00 PM Open to Public

    Covington Parks & Recreation are sponsoring monthly evenings of observing interesting astronomical objects and learning about the universe. Astronomers from the Seattle Astronomical Society, Boeing ... more

  • APR
    01

    Paramount Park Star Party

    Sat at 08:00 PM Open to Public

    This Paramount Park Star Party (outreach event) scheduled for Apr 01, 2017, 08:00 PM is cancelled due to inclement weather.

  • APR
    01

    Green Lake Star Party

    Sat at 08:00 PM Open to Public

    This Green Lake Star Party (outreach event) scheduled for Apr 01, 2017, 08:00 PM is cancelled due to inclement weather.

  • MAR
    31

    Covington Community Park Star Party

    Fri at 08:00 PM Open to Public

    Covington Parks & Recreation are sponsoring monthly evenings of observing interesting astronomical objects and learning about the universe. Astronomers from the Seattle Astronomical Society, Boeing ... more