Stockton Astronomical Society
Coming Up [view SAS Sky Calendar (104.6KB PDF file) July 2015]
Wednesday, July 1 -- Full Moon
Thursday, July 9 at 7:30 pm -- Regular Meeting of SAS in Olson Hall, Room 120, at UOP
Saturday, July 11 at 10:00 am -- ATM Workshop
Saturday, July 11 at sunset -- Highway 4 Star Party
Wednesday, July 15 -- New Moon
Saturday, July 18 at sunset -- High Altitude Star Party
Friday, July 24 at 8:30 pm -- Sky Tours at Delta College -- (Athletic-1 parking lot)
Saturday, July 25 at 8:15 pm -- Public Star Party at Oak Grove Regional Park
Friday, July 31 -- Full Moon
Saturday, August 15 -- Annual Potluck Picnic and Star Party
SAS July 9th Meeting
Stockton Astronomical Society presents
From the American Association of Variable Star Observers
Chuck Pullen teaches astronomy at Sierra College, Rocklin California. An AAVSO member since 1998, he is a skilled CCD and Visual observer. His observational interests includes multimode cepheids, Gamma Ray Bursts, Supernova, RR Lyrae stars, and robotic observatory design and construction.
He has developed numerous PowerPoint tutorials on variable star observation techniques, the AAVSO/NASA Gamma Ray Burst Network, and other issues that are featured on the AAVSO Web Page and have been downloaded thousands of times.
(Biography from http://www.aavso.org/speakers-bureau.)
What's to See Tonight
Astronomy in the News
Thinking of Buying a Star?
California's First Astronomical Observatory
Picture of the Day
From the US Naval Observatory
From NASA Space Place Program
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