Auburn Astronomical Society E-Newsletter
In this Issue
Because of the conflict with the New Year holiday weekend, we’ll hold our January meeting on the second Friday of the new year, January 8, at 7:45PM in room 215 of Davis Hall, the Aerospace Engineering Building. The doors to the classroom buildings automatically now lock at 7:45PM, so if you’re running late, rap on the door nearest our meeting room. Remember that access to the parking lot is now from W. Magnolia only. Bring your new astro-toys that Santa left for you, for the “Show & Tell” segment of our meeting.
Our new moon star party this month will be on Saturday, January 16, at Cliff Hill’s farm, clouds permitting of course.
January 08, Monthly meeting, 7:45 PM, in room
215 of Davis Hall
AAS memberships ($20.00/$10.00 for full-time students) are due in January. Make checks payable to “Auburn Astronomical Society”. If you’re unable to attend our January meeting, mail your dues to:
Auburn Astronomical SocietyYour dues allow us to purchase DVDs for programs, continue our affiliation with the Astronomical League, and to buy, upgrade, and maintain our loaner scope program and tape/DVD library.
We’ve never made a big deal about membership and encourage “AAS friends” to attend and participate in meetings, star parties, and public events. But, there are a few benefits restricted to members:
• Discounts on purchases from Oceanside Photo & TelescopeIf this will be your first time to join, please print out the Membership Application form, and include it with your check. We need your address to ensure that you’ll receive your Reflector.
Special thanks to those members who do not attend on a regular basis but still want to help us out by paying AAS. membership dues.
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Caltech Scientists Film Photons with Electrons:
Tonight’s Sky from Hubble Space Telescope website at:
Hoping to see everyone at the meeting,