Friday, August 7, 2015
Great news! Got my images of Myself & The Milky Way and Bode's Galaxy (M81) published in Issue #41 of All About Space Magazine, making it my third time in the magazine! Can't say how grateful I am for this opportunity!
Posted by Paul Shaw at 7:08 PM
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Fellow member (Cristo Sanchez - 16 yrs) sent this in to us. His work was recognized in All About Space (link) and he told us he was inspired by coming to the star parties put on by the club.
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Posted by Robert Brown at 7:50 AM
Posted by Robert Brown at 7:41 AM
Monday, September 22, 2014
There will be a public viewing session on (weather permitting).
These viewing sessions are intended for visitors of all ages and are free of charge. Since these are outdoor events, poor weather conditions may force a cancellation. Check this site again a 2 hours before the tour to make sure that the tour has not been canceled due to poor weather. SFA SPS students will operate the telescopes and show visitors stars, clusters, nebulae, double stars, and perhaps a planet. Here are driving directions to the SFA Observatory. For more updates, you can like the SFA Observatory on Facebook.
There are also planetarium shows on the main SFA campus nights at . Admission for planetarium shows is $2/person.
Today is the first day of fall – also known as the Autumnal Equinox. Let’s hope for cooler weather …
Dan Bruton, Ph.D.
Physics - www.physics.sfasu.edu
Astronomy - www.observatory.sfasu.edu
Engineering - www.engineering.sfasu.edu
Posted by Robert Brown at 6:52 PM
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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Posted by Robert Brown at 9:25 PM
Thursday, April 10, 2014
At the last ASET meeting Paul Shaw (President) presented 5 certificates of appreciation from the Night Sky Network. The certificates are awarded to members who attend 3 or more events in a year.
|Don Jackson, Eustace TX|
|John Gammill, Tyler, TX|
|Jonathan Kavanaugh, Tyler TX|
|Wayne Smith, Frankston, TX|
Not present, but honored also was Don Kilfoyle, Longview, TX
Posted by Robert Brown at 9:15 PM