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The Sky this Week - (Sky & Telescope): Jan. 5 - 13
 

AAL Events and Meetings

All of our activities are open to the public, please join us.
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MONTHLY MEETINGS

7:00 PM Sunday
January 28                          Oumuamua: Interstellar Scout

February 25           Party Like an Amateur Astronomer: The Ins & Outs of Star Parties
 
March 25
April 29

PUBLIC OBSERVING (weather permitting)

~8:15  PM Sunday
                                                       January 28
February 25
March 25
April 29

Regular Public Observing at the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center takes place after the monthly meetings on the dates listed above.
The Facebook page for the Discovery Center can be accessed here.
SEE BELOW FOR A MAP.

In addition to telescopes set up by AAL members, we will be utilizing the 14" scope permanently housed at the Discovery Center.  Come join the fun and enjoy the dark(er) skies south of town.  A map of the Discovery Center location is below.

Monthly Meetings of the AAL during the school year are held on the same nights as the Sunday Public Observing Sessions, at the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center. The meetings will begin at 7PM and finish in time to allow all attendees to take part in the open observing.  Meetings will take place irrespective of the weather conditions.


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