Auburn Astronomical Society E-Newsletter
In this Issue
This month’s meeting will be on Friday, December 2, at 8:00PM in room 215 of the Aerospace Engineering Building. If available parking space is still an issue, Rhon suggests trying the on-street parking on Wright St., the first street (north) off of W. Magnolia. Riders from the Montgomery area are welcome to meet at the home of Russell Whigham, 518 Seminole Dr., and carpool over to Auburn. Plan to be ready to leave for Auburn at 7:00PM.
Our dark-sky star party this month will be on the following Saturday, December 3, at Cliff Hill’s farm, clouds permitting of course.
December 1, New Moon
AAS membership dues for 2005 will expire at the
end of December. Annual dues for 2006 are $20.00 for regular
membership, and $10.00 for full-time students. Advantages of membership
in the Auburn Astronomical Society include:
• Access to others who share your interest in astronomy.
Auburn Astronomical SocietyIf you have questions about your membership status, e-mail John at: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a benefit of membership in AAS, members have
access to the society's tape and DVD library. Members should make
arrangements for checking out these videos with AAS vice-president and
program chairman, Allen Screws, email@example.com . Videos
will be loaned on a first come, first serve basis, with official AAS functions
having the highest priority. There is a limit of 2 items at a time,
for no more than 2 weeks, unless special arrangements are made. Select
from the videos below:
Hope to see everyone at the meeting,