Viewing & Imaging the Planets, Presented by Cloud Break Optics

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Type: General Meetings

Held on: Aug 17, 2022 (Wed) at 07:00 PM to Aug 17, 2022 (Wed) at 09:00 PM

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Speaker: Cloud Break Optics

Location: Bickersons Brewhouse (Ballard)

Event Coordinator: Rayna C.T. Bauer

Overview

Every month SAS meets for our general meeting commonly featuring a guest speaker and presentation. It also provides members a chance to engage and be in community with each other.

Please join us in-person for our second Summer Series meeting with, "Viewing & Imaging the Planets, Presented by Cloud Break Optics" located at Bickersons Brewhouse in Ballard.

We'll be going over the when, how, and other good info to view and possibly image the planets through telescopes and what equipment would be best to utilize. All interest and skill levels welcome! We'll bring some scopes to show off and SAS will provide FREE PIZZA for all SAS guests :)

Kids and dogs welcome. Hope to see you there!

Member log in at 7 PM. 

Public log in at 7:30 PM: Please request link at president@seattleastro.org

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Latitude 47.6643, Longitude -122.37719

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