The CHIEFLAND FALL STAR PARTY is open to non-members. It is a full blown week-long dark sky observing event for serious observers and astrophotographers only. EVERYONE, INCLUDING CLUB MEMBERS, MUST PRE-REGISTER TO ATTEND, NO EXCEPTIONS! Registrations must be postmarked by Oct. 1. All others will be returned. Registrations are not refundable but are transferable Registration for the event is a flat $40 per person, $20 for Spouses or Children over the age of 15yrs. Registration is for either the entire week or just one night. You will be mailed your name badges and car pass, both must be on display at all times. Due to the star party becoming too large and overtaxing our facilities, there will be no on-site registration and no walk-in registration. Sorry, if you are not preregistered you may not attend and will be turned away at the gate.
This event is designed to provide a forum for the discussion and dissemination of information to CCD imagers who are serious about their work, and share a common level of interest in the topic. Both advanced imagers and beginners will find the information useful and the speakers stimulating. The presentations will cover hardware, software and techniques for processing image data. We hope you enjoy the program.
The Atlanta Astronomy Club presents the 11th Peach State Star Gaze. The PSSG will be held for the 3rd year at Whitewater Express: - Elevation 1800ft. - Coordinates N35.03821 W84.32242 - Dark Sky Location - MAG 6.5+ Skies - Dedicated PSSG Staff - Rain or Shine - Walk ins welcomed
An all day/all night Celebration of Sky and Earth Featuring: Manufacturers Representatives from both Tele Vue Optics and Meade Instruments
- 09/25/2004 12:00AM — 09/25/2004 12:00AM
- Anacortes WA, United States
Astro fest is celebrating it's 25 year with a new location, 10 miles south west of old site, See chicagoastro.org Largest in Midwest
The Iowa Star Party will be held beginning Thursday evening, September 16 through Monday morning, September 20 at the beautiful Garst Farm Resort in rural Guthrie County near Coon Rapids, Iowa. We will have a large Astrofest-like telescope field with the darkest skies this side of Nebraska. Dr. Guillermo Gonzalez, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Iowa State University will be the special guest speaker Sunday, September 19, 2004. The title of the presentation is "Extrasolar Planets, What Have We Learned?" Abstract: "I will review the latest discoveries of giant planets around nearby Sun-like stars. With the number of planets now well over 100, we can search for trends in the data too subtle to see when the sample size was much smaller. Several interesting trends regarding both the properties of the host stars and of the planets are already evident in the data." This star party is being jointly sponsored by the Ames Area Amateur Astronomers and the Garst Farm Resort (www.farmresort.com). Meals will be provided and accommodations ranging from tent camping to full B&B will be available. If you have any questions contact David Oesper (515-232-8705, DaveOesper@aol.com) or Liz Garst (712-684-2964, email@example.com).
- Anacortes Telescope
- Rod Mollise
- Anacortes Telescope
- TeleVue Optics
- AG Optical Systems
- GetLeadsFast, LLC
- Matsumoto Company
- AstroMart LLC
- ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY BY MARTIN PUGH
- Optique Unterlinden (Europe)
- Astromart Customer Service
- Mathis Instruments
- DayStar Filters, LLC
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