You can now read the January issue of the StarGazer. Just click the newspaper icon in the right column of this page. You’ll read about our trip to Keeble Observatory, equipment and book reviews, an experiment to detect secondary x-ray radiation changes during the August eclipse, and an examination of mountains and mountain ranges of the Moon. Last, but certainly not least, is the Picture of the Quarter–Myron Wasiuta’s spectacular image of the Horsehead Nebula region taken using the club’s Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO).
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 →