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  • JUN
    03

    2021 SAS Goldendale Star Party (June)

    Thu at 02:30 PM
    Open to Public

    What to expect: SAS is excited to welcome back an annual tradition and we hope you can join us this June and/or September. One note to clarify, although there is camping, this event is first and foremost a Star Party for SAS Members and guests to enjoy. This is an event for new astronomers and veterans to get together to share a love of the night sky and all that it contains. Please see below for more information as we hope you can join!

    15 attending
  • JUN
    08

    Astrophotography Special Interest Group Meeting

    Tue at 07:15 PM
    Open to Public

    Topic: Building a weather monitoring station. Alex Pinkin will discuss his techinque for building his weather monitoring station for his observatory. This group meets to discuss imaging and processing techniques. No experience or special equipment required! Open to the general public. Non-members, please email event speaker Alex at apinkin@gmail.com for the link to this meeting. Meets second Tuesday of the month, normally in the Red Barn Classroom of the Museum of Flight. This ... more

    6 attending
  • JUN
    16

    Theft of the Night - Fighting Light Pollution & Protecting Remote Observing

    Wed at 06:30 PM
    Open to Public

    SAS presents Tim Hunter: Theft of the Night-fighting light pollution & Remote observatory operation Since 1986, Tim Hunter has been interested in the growing problem of light pollution. In 1987, he and Dr. David Crawford founded the International Dark-Sky Association, Inc. (IDA). IDA is a nonprofit corporation devoted to promoting quality outdoor lighting and combatting the effects of light pollution. Since 2007, he has written a weekly “Sky Spy” column for the ... more

    3 attending
  • JUN
    22

    NSN Webinar Series: the Science of Sungrazing Comets

    Tue at 06:00 PM
    Open to Public

    Join the NASA Night Sky Network on Tuesday, June 22 at 6:00pm Pacific Time (9:00pm Eastern) to hear Dr. Karl Battams give an overview of sungrazing comets, and how you can contribute to their study through the Sungrazer Citizen Science project. Registration information for NSN Members:Night Sky Network members can join live, ask questions, and get up-to-date information about the resource. Members may register in advance for this webinar (login required) on the Outreach Resource ... more

    1 attending