Shown in date descending order.

  • AUG
    24

    Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

    Mon at 04:30 PM Open to Public

    Central Florida Astronomical Society Log on to hear everything you have ever wanted to hear about stars from NASA Solar System Ambassador Mark Guillette. Big stars, little stars; new stars, old stars; our star the Sun. Take part in a YouTube Live event with an interactive live chat feature. Q and A will be available throughout the presentation. Go directly to https://www.youtube.com/user/mjguillette five mintues before the presentation start time and look for the live event.

  • AUG
    11

    Astrophotography Special Interest Group Meeting

    Tue at 07:15 PM Open to Public

    Topic: New IR-Sensitive Planetary Cameras Zoom pw if needed: 153176 This group meets to discuss imaging and processing techniques. No experience or special equipment required! Meets second Tuesday of the month, normally in the Red Barn Classroom of the Museum of Flight. This meeting will be online for the foreseeable future during the global COVID pandemic.

  • AUG
    06

    Astronomy on Tap - The Last Stargazers

    Thu at 08:00 PM Open to Public

    AoTSeattle and UW DiRAC present: Astronomy at Home! Join Dr. Emily Levesque, author of the new popular science book The Last Stargazers, on an adventure exploring the life of a professional astronomer! Dr. Levesque will take us on a behind-the-scenes tour of some of the most powerful telescopes in the world, share the science and stories of the people who run them, and talk about the crucial role of human curiosity in scientific discovery. The event will begin at 8pm, and there will ... more

  • AUG
    04

    TAS General Meeting - Visual Astronomy

    Tue at 07:30 PM Open to Public

    The Tacoma Astromincal Society presenter will be Mike Hotka.Mike is a software developer, amateur astronomer, and "Dark Sky Ranger-Defender of Darkness"! Mike will be presenting on Visual Astronomy for beginners and experienced alike. A reminder of online meeting etiquette. If you join early, please come in and visit! We look forward to seeing you! If you come in after 7:30, please come in muted with video off. To minimalize the distraction during the presentations we ask that ... more

  • AUG
    04

    How to Measure Light in the Night with Riverside Regional Library

    Tue at 08:30 AM Open to Public

    The Globe at Night project is an international campaign to raise public awareness of the impact of light pollution. Light pollution not only affects our view of the stars, but it also wastes energy and money, causes sleep disorders in people, and disrupts the sleeping and breeding habits of animals. Meet Dr. Connie Walker, Globe at Night Project Lead, on Tuesday, August 4 during a live virtual event. The Children’s/Youth Services Librarian at Riverside Regional Library, Alynda ... more

  • AUG
    02

    SAS Board Meeting

    Sun at 03:00 PM Open to Public

    The SAS Board Meeting will be on Zoom. It is scheduled for August 2 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Members can log in to find the link to the Zoom meeting. Non-members can email President@SeattleAstro.org prior to 3 p.m. for the link to the Zoom meeting.

  • JUL
    28

    Constellations: Science and Stories in the Sky

    Tue at 01:00 PM Open to Public

    Summer is the finest part of the year for stargazing because it offers warm nights and the beauty of the Milky Way running straight overhead. The constellations we see have been passed down to us across generations with patterns that reflect different stories from around the world.As part of STAR Net‘s Sky Stories campaign, the American Museum of Natural History’s own Carter Emmart will show you how to identify the constellations and introduce you to a few of these stories ... more

  • JUL
    25

    Gateway to the Stars - July 2020

    Sat at 06:00 PM Open to Public

    The Gateway to the Stars online program will begin at 6 pm with a special speaker This will be followed about 7 pm by "Virtual Stargazing at the Gateway Arch." FIrst, our Sky Ranger will provide a tour of the August night sky and upcoming events The event will be co-hosted by the St. Louis Astronomical Society and Dark Sky MIssouri. IT WILL BE STREAMED VIA FACEBOOK LIVE AT THE FOLLOWING SITE: www.facebook.com/stlastro.

  • JUL
    25

    Skywatching: Mars Rover

    Sat at 04:00 PM Open to Public

    Have you ever wondered what it's like to drive a Mars rover? Mars is around 69 million miles from Earth (give or take depending on it's orbit) which means there is a lag between sending a direction to the rover to do a task and the rover receiving that direction. With NASA about to launch it's fourth rover mission to Mars, learn about what it takes to talk to the rovers and the science they do for us.Keri Bean, Rover Planner for the Curiosity Mars Rover and training lead for Mars ... more

  • JUL
    24

    Comet Neowise Virtual Star Party

    Fri at 05:00 PM Open to Public

    Join Oklahoma City Astronomy Club members Danny MacDonald and Andy Fryhover as we discuss Comet Neowise! We will go over a history of the comet - how it was discovered and when and what's going to happen in the future. Then, we will go on a night sky tour so you can find the comet yourself. Finally, we'll show off some club member photographs of the comet, share some viewing experiences, and show YOU some ways you can take photos of it yourself.