We were out at Caledon last night for our March star party. Mostly overcast, though we had a few windows to observe Jupiter and other highlights. Among other guests, a Girl Scout troop joined us and we did astronomy on … Continue reading →
I always feel a loss when we have to cancel a star party. I just went out to Caledon to look at conditions there. I measured 1 ½” of snow on the observing field: We invited people to bring out … Continue reading →
We are pleased to go live with a new version of our Rappahannock Astronomy Club Web site. We think you’ll like it. The biggest change is this makes it a lot easier for club volunteers to add posts and events … Continue reading →
And you’re not sure how to use it? We’ll be happy to help you set it up and show you how to use it–just come to our New Telescope Party. You’ll find the details in this Special Event Ad. … Continue reading →
The weather forecast for tonight (Saturday November 30 2013) is mostly cloudy. We won’t be able to see the sky. Sorry, but the scheduled star party is canceled. Better luck next month.
Incredible time lapse video of two comets passing earth. SpaceWeather.com — News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids. … Continue reading →