Guest speaker is world renowned comet hunter Don Machholz. Shingletown is located about 35 miles east of Redding in northern California on highway 44. Hosted by the Nonprofit Shingletown Community Center, Inc. PO Box 242, Shingletown, CA 96088
Astronomers everywhere, welcome to North Dakota! Speakers include: Dr. Jim Zimbelman from National Air and Space Museum, Elizabeth Warner from Deep Impact Amateur Observer Program, Vishnu Reddy from Spaceguard India, and More... Steak dinner with Authors Dr. John Hoganson and Edward Murphy who wrote the book Geology of Lewis and Clark Trail. Starparty located at Cross Ranch State Park, on the Legendary Lewis and Clark Trail, 35 miles North of Bismarck. Telescopes at night and activities during the day. Both camping and hotel lodging. Check us out and observe from the dark North Dakota skies. PS: ND Weather is nice in June! Clear Skies -chris
The Northern Virginia Astronomy Club, in partnership with the Virginia Outdoor Lighting Taskforce will host the first annual Almost Heaven Star Party June 2-5, at The Mountain Institute in Spruce Knob West Virginia. For those of you have haven't been, Spruce Knob is one of the premier dark sites in the east, and the Mountain Institute offers amenities not often found at Star Parties. In addition to camping, all registrants will have access to hot showers, rest rooms, and meal service. Space is limited, and registration is capped at 250, so visit the website and register online today! http://www.novac.com/AHSP/register.php. This event is dedicated to those who seek the darkest conditions available for their observing or astrophotography sessions, and we welcome interested amateurs from around the country. Please note that there will be no on-site registration.
Cherry Springs Star Party (CSSP) hosted by the Astronomical Society of Harrisburg. This four night star party offers plenty of observing opportunities, excellent speakers, good food, workshops, door prizes, and much more. Speakers include comet hunter Don Machholz, Dr. James Kaler, "The StarGazer" from the University of Illinois, Bob Naeye, Senior Editor at S&T, plus several others. Registration is open now through April 30, 2005.
The Denver Astronomical League (www.thedas.org) is holding a SUN and STAR party at Chamberlin Observatory on the Denver University campus. Lots of scopes will be there to veiw and view through
Delmarva Star Gaze includes camping, star gazing, swap meet, talks & presentations. Event will be held on the Eastern Shore (Delmarva Peninsula)at the Tuckahoe Equestrian Center, Queen Anne, MD.
The Louisville Astronomical Society presents the first annual Kentuckiana Star Gaze and Messier Marathon Party at scenic Taylorsville Lake State Park. RV and tent camping available at the observing site for a small fee, along with boating and hiking. Restrooms and shower facilities available. Saturday activities include speakers and door prize drawings. Please join the LAS for this inaugural event.
A family oriented star party held in semi-dark skys. Camping is available with restrooms and showers. The public is invited. Mike O'connor will give a presentation Saturday afternoon on CCD imaging and astrophotography.
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