Again, thunderstorms are predicted for tonight. We have to cancel the planned star party for Saturday June 9. Let’s try again next month!
Sorry folks, all the forecasts agree tonight (Saturday May 5 2018) will be completely overcast, with a chance of rain and thunderstorms. See you next month! … Continue reading →
The May issue of the StarGazer is now available for your reading pleasure. Just click the newspaper icon in the right column of this page. You’ll be able to read a short piece on Stephen Hawking, a discussion of the effect of LED street lighting on your ability to block light pollution, a U. of North Carolina online course that lets you use telescopes around the world, as well as a number of our recurring features. Enjoy!
Our star party is ON tonight (Saturday April 14 2018) at Caledon State Park. We’re presenting the program “Strange Visitor From Another Star” at 7:30pm in the picnic shelter. It’s about ‘Oumuamua, the first-ever object from intersteller space that we’ve … Continue reading →
Thanks to everybody who came out to Caledon on March 17 for our star party. We had a beautiful clear sky as it got dark, which only lasted an hour. Of course, after we gave up, packed up, and went … Continue reading →
Our star party is ON tonight at Caledon State Park. We’re presenting our first program of the year, “Why name a marathon after Messier?” at 7pm in the picnic shelter. If you’re into the Messier Marathon, tonight is the best … Continue reading →