Welcome to the May meeting of the LAS! This month our topic is: Everything You Wanted to Know About Astronomy But Were Afraid to Ask. The format will be a Round Robin Q & A. session
The LAS Urban Astronomy Center is in the Root Cellar Building at E.P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park. The UAC is a 2,000 square foot heated classroom and meeting space plus storage for our telescopes. It features a kitchen, restroom and a four acre observing field in front of the building. A perfect place for you to learn how to use your scope or talk astronomy with the old guys.
Members may arrive early for set-up. If the ground is wet, we will set-up behind the building on the asphalt. Scope set-up is weather dependent. Our scopes are unable to penetrate the clouds and heavy moisture such as rain drops are bad for the electronics.
Map to UAC
Join us at the Urban Astronomy Center for our monthly meeting. This month the topic will be Safe Solar Observing. It will be presented as a panel discussion.
Join us at the Urban Astronomy Center for our monthly meeting.
Directions to the UAC are on the LAS website.
Join us at the Urban Astronomy Center for our monthly meeting. Topic TBA.
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