Astronomers often get new astronomy equipment, supplies, or other nice stuff around Christmas. Do you have something new that you don’t quite know how to use yet? Our January club meeting is traditionally a time to bring your questions to others who may have the answers. Or if you just want to show us how cool something is, that’s also a good topic.
Note that we don’t have a large meeting room, so you won’t have enough space to set up a new telescope – unless it’s a little one. But feel free to bring them to our next star party. The meeting is Wednesday January 16 at CRRL Headquarters library in Fredericksburg at 7pm. — Glenn
The weather forecasts looks good for tonight (Saturday January 5 2019 at Caledon State Park, King George County). The rain will end, and the grass will probably have some hours to dry before dark. The sky will be clearing, temperatures …Continue reading →
Just a note because December 8 would have been the usual date for a star party. There is no star party scheduled tonight. The forecast is for overcast tonight, so we would not see anything if we did go out …Continue reading →
Despite very cold, blustery conditions, our annual star party at Stratford Hall drew a good crowd. The Milky Way was already bright only an hour after sunset. With our five telescopes, we were able to show views of the variety of …Continue reading →
The October issue of the StarGazer is now available. Just click the newspaper icon in the right column of this page. Read about Scott Busby’s trip to the great Yerkes Observatory and his experience using the 40-inch refractor. One of the …Continue reading →
October 27, 2018, 10 am until 3 pm–The Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) Commission is repeating the first of 2 MSRO training sessions for those who missed the first session. The training will be held at the Wilderness Branch of …Continue reading →