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A Ticket to Explore JPL

Information about ticketing for this year's "Explore JPL" event at JPL

'Marsquakes' Could Shake Up Planetary Science

Artist's rendition showing the inner structure of Mars

InSight, the next mission to the Red Planet, will use seismology to see into the depths of Mars.

A Pale Blue Dot, As Seen by a CubeSat

First image captured by one of NASA's Mars Cube One (MarCO) CubeSats

One of NASA's MarCO CubeSats has taken its first image.

Aerospace Tech Startups Get a Chance to Pitch at JPL

Tom Cwik, program manager of JPL's Office of Space Technology

Startup companies in the aerospace sector descended on JPL to pitch their ideas to JPL technologists, corporate and government agency leaders, and potential investors.

Astronomers See Distant Eruption as Black Hole Destroys Star

An artist's concept of a tidal disruption event

For the first time, astronomers have directly imaged the formation and expansion of a fast-moving jet of material ejected when a supermassive black hole ripped apart a star.

Astrophysics CubeSat Demonstrates Big Potential in a Small Package

This gif shows a series of images from a single observation of a star by the ASTERIA spacecraft

The ASTERIA satellite, currently in low-Earth orbit, is only slightly larger than a box of cereal, but it could help astrophysicists study planets orbiting other stars.

Before the Flood Arrives

Artist's illustration of NASA's planned Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) satellite over the Amazon basin

River floods are one of Earth's most common and devastating natural disasters. A NASA study analyzes how river-observing satellites can better help mitigate their effects.

Bound for Mars: Countdown to First Interplanetary Launch from California

NASA's InSight to Mars undergoes final preparations at Vandenberg AFB, Calif.

On May 5, millions of Californians may witness the historic first interplanetary launch from America's West Coast.

Celebrate Pi Day, the NASA Way!

NASA Pi Day Challenge artwork

On March 14, JPL will celebrate Pi Day with the fifth annual "Pi in the Sky" illustrated math challenge, featuring pi-related space problems that you can do at home.

Climate Change May Lead to Bigger Atmospheric Rivers

Series of Storms Battering California Tracked by NASA's AIRS Instrument

A new NASA-led study shows the events are likely to intensify, but become slightly less frequent, across most of the globe by the end of this century.

CloudSat Exits the 'A-Train'

Artist's illustration of NASA's Cloudsat satellite

NASA's nearly 12-year-old CloudSat satellite has exited the Afternoon Constellation, or A-Train, of Earth monitoring satellites, but its science mission will continue.

Curiosity Tests a New Way to Drill on Mars

Drilling on Mars

NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has conducted the first test of a new drilling technique on the Red Planet since its drill stopped working reliably.

Dawn Mission: New Orbit, New Opportunities


NASA's Dawn spacecraft is maneuvering to its lowest-ever orbit for a close-up examination of the inner solar system's only dwarf planet.

Drilling Success: Curiosity is Collecting Mars Rocks

NASA's Curiosity rover successfully drilled a 2-inch-deep hole

Engineers will now test delivering samples to instruments inside NASA's Curiosity Mars rover.

ECOSTRESS Among Science Payloads on Next Space Station Mission

ECOSTRESS instrument

A JPL-built "space thermometer" that will take the temperature of plants is among a new batch of science investigations headed to the International Space Station this month.

FIRST Robotics LA Regionals Celebrate Teamwork, Innovation

FIRST Robotics Competition in 2018

Two JPL-sponsored teams took top honors at the 18th annual FIRST Robotics Competition's Los Angeles Regional event over the weekend.

Far Northern Permafrost May Unleash Carbon Within Decades

Tundra polygons on Alaska's North Slope

Permafrost in the far northern Arctic will thaw enough to become a source of carbon to the atmosphere in 40 to 60 years.

Federal Government Releases National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Plan


A new multiagency report outlines how the U.S. could become better prepared for near-Earth objects -- asteroids and comets whose orbits come within 30 million miles of Earth -- otherwise known as NEOs.

Four Years of NASA NEOWISE Data

This movie shows the progression of NASA's Near-Earth Object Wide-field Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) investigation for the mission's first four years following its restart in December 2013.

NASA's Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) mission has released its fourth year of survey data.

GRACE-FO Spacecraft Ready to Launch

Artist's rendering of the twin spacecraft of the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On (GRACE-FO) mission

Twin satellites that will monitor Earth's water cycle are scheduled to launch Tuesday in a unique rideshare arrangement.

GRACE-FO Turns on 'Range Finder,' Sees Mountain Effects

World map with GRACE-FO data

GRACE-FO has completed its first mission phase and demonstrated the performance of the precise ranging system that enables its measurements of how mass migrates around Earth.

GRACE-FO Will Help Monitor Droughts

Areas of drought

You may not notice water in the ground under your feet, but it plays an important role in keeping you alive.

GRACE-FO: Cracking a Cold Case

Meltwater from Antarctica glaciers

Melting polar ice doesn't raise global sea level evenly, like filling a sink. GRACE-FO can help scientists understand differences in sea level rise on the world's coastlines.

Help from Above: NASA Aids Kilauea Disaster Response


NASA is flying over Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano with an instrument that can detect topographical changes linked to the new lava flows.

InSight Steers Toward Mars

Animation of InSight spacecraft

The spacecraft has completed its first trajectory correction maneuver.

Juno Solves 39-Year Old Mystery of Jupiter Lightning

Artist's concept of lightning distribution in Jupiter's northern hemisphere

NASA's Juno spacecraft finds lightning on Jupiter is same as in Earth in some ways, opposite in others.

Just Five Things About GRACE Follow-On

Artist's illustration of the GRACE-FO satellites in orbit

There are a lot more than five things to say about the GRACE Follow-On mission, but here are a few favorite facts.

Kepler Begins 18th Observing Campaign with a Focus On Star Clusters

Cartoon drawing of What Kepler is Looking at Now

NASA's planet-hunting spacecraft Kepler has begun the 18th observing campaign of its extended mission, K2.

Kepler Beyond Planets: Finding Exploding Stars

A new study describes the most extreme known example of a

The Kepler space telescope, famous for finding exoplanets, has also been valuable in tracking exploding stars known as supernovae.

Lasers in Space: Earth Mission Tests New Technology

GRACE-FO artist's concept

The upcoming GRACE-FO mission will test a laser measurement system that could possibly detect changes in the distance between two spacecraft to 100 times narrower than a human hair.

Mars Curiosity Celebrates Sol 2,000

Mosaic taken by NASA's Mars Curiosity rover looks uphill at Mount Sharp

NASA's Mars Curiosity rover just hit a new milestone: its two-thousandth Martian day on the Red Planet. An image mosaic taken recently offers a preview of what comes next.

Mars Curiosity's Labs Are Back in Action

Drill bit of NASA's Curiosity Mars rover

NASA's Curiosity rover is analyzing drilled samples on Mars in one of its onboard labs for the first time in more than a year.

Mars Helicopter to Fly on NASA's Next Red Planet Rover Mission

Mars Helicopter

NASA is adding a Mars helicopter to the agency's next mission to the Red Planet, Mars 2020.

Martian Dust Storm Grows Global; Curiosity Captures Photos of Thickening Haze

A self-portrait taken by NASA's Curiosity rover

A storm of tiny dust particles has engulfed much of Mars over the last two weeks and prompted NASA's Opportunity rover to suspend science operations

NASA Announces New Hubble Fellows Selected for 2018

NASA Hubble Fellowship Program (NHFP)

NASA has selected 24 new Fellows for its prestigious NASA Hubble Fellowship Program (NHFP) in 2018.

NASA CubeSats Steer Toward Mars

An artist's concept of one of NASA's MarCO CubeSats

NASA has achieved a first for the class of tiny spacecraft known as CubeSats, which are opening new access to space.

NASA Dawn Reveals Recent Changes in Ceres' Surface

Ceres' Juling Crater

Observations of Ceres have detected recent variations in its surface, revealing that the dwarf planet is a dynamic body that continues to evolve and change.

NASA Encounters the Perfect Storm for Science

Fierce dust storm is kicking up on Mars

One of the most intense Martian dust storms ever observed is being studied by a record number of NASA spacecraft.

NASA Engineers Dream Big with Small Spacecraft

An artist's rendering of the twin Mars Cube One (MarCO) spacecraft

The first CubeSat mission to deep space will launch in May.

NASA Finds Ancient Organic Material, Mysterious Methane on Mars

Graphic showing chart

NASA's Curiosity rover has found evidence on Mars with implications for NASA's search for life.

NASA Finds a Large Amount of Water in an Exoplanet's Atmosphere

Comprehensive Spectrum of WASP-39b

Scientists used NASA's Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes to find water "fingerprints" in the atmosphere of a hot, bloated, Saturn-mass exoplanet some 700 light-years away.

NASA Highlights Science on Next Orbital ATK Mission to Space Station

The Orbital ATK Cygnus cargo craft

NASA will host a May 10 media telecon about select science investigations and tech demonstrations on the next Orbital ATK commercial flight to the International Space Station.

NASA Hosts Live Discussion about Europa Findings, Potential for Life

The puzzling, fascinating surface of Jupiter's icy moon Europa looms large in this reprocessed color view

NASA will host a Science Chat May 14 about the latest analysis of Jupiter's moon Europa and its status as a promising place in the solar system to search for life.

NASA InSight Mission to Mars Arrives at Launch Site

Personnel supporting NASA's InSight mission to Mars load the crated InSight spacecraft into a C-17 cargo aircraft

NASA's InSight spacecraft has arrived at Vandenberg Air Force Base in central California to begin final preparations for a launch this May.

NASA Invested in Cracking Earth's Carbon Puzzle

Artist's rendering of NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO)-2, one of five new NASA Earth science missions set to launch in 2014, and one of three managed by JPL

How will Earth react to increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere? NASA is a trailblazer in using satellite and airborne sensors to study carbon around our planet.

NASA Invests in Shapeshifters, Biobots, Other Visionary Technology

Artist's collage

NASA is investing in technology concepts, including several from JPL, that may one day be used for future space exploration missions.

NASA Invites Media to Discuss First Mission to Study Mars Interior

An artist's rendition of the InSight lander operating on the surface of Mars

NASA's next mission to Mars will be the topic of a media briefing Thursday, March 29, at JPL. The briefing will air live on NASA Television and the agency's website.

NASA Juno finds Jupiter's Jet-Streams Are Unearthly

Composite image, derived from data collected by the Jovian Infrared Auroral Mapper (JIRAM) instrument aboard NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter

Data collected by NASA's Juno mission indicate that the atmospheric winds of Jupiter run deep into its atmosphere and last longer than similar atmospheric processes on Earth.

NASA Mars Mission Tours California

This artist's concept shows the InSight lander

InSight will be the first mission to another planet launched from the West Coast. It launches from Vandenberg Air Force Base in May.

NASA Nominated for Six Webby Awards

Webby People's Voice Awards

NASA digital communications have been recognized with nominations for six Webby Awards, the highest honor for online communications. Public voting is open through April 19.

NASA Re-plans Juno's Jupiter Mission

Animation of orbits

NASA has approved an update to Juno's science operations until July 2021.

NASA Renews Focus on Earth's Frozen Regions

Cryosphere - The Frozen Earth

In 2018, NASA will intensify its focus on one of the most critical but remote parts of our changing planet with the launch of two new satellite missions and an array of airborne campaigns.

NASA Satellite Detects Kilauea Fissures

ASTER image acquired May 6 picks up hotspots on the thermal infrared bands - shown in yellow. These hotspots are newly formed fissures and lava flows.

The eruption of Kilauea Volcano on the island of Hawaii triggered a number of gas- and lava-oozing fissures in the East Riff Zone of the volcano.

NASA Satellites Reveal Major Shifts in Global Freshwater

Time series showing global freshwater trends

Scientists have combined NASA Earth satellite observations with data on human activities to map locations where freshwater is changing around the globe and to determine why.

NASA Selects Small Business Technology Awards

Images from NASA

NASA has selected 304 proposals from U.S. small businesses to advance research and technology for future space missions, including 49 managed by JPL.

NASA Sends New Research on Orbital ATK Mission to Space Station

Orbital ATK Antares rocket

A Cygnus cargo vehicle lifted off this morning for the International Space Station. JPL is involved with four of the onboard science payloads.

NASA Sets Sights on May 5 Launch of InSight to Mars

An artist's rendering of a rocket launching with the InSight spacecraft later this May

NASA's next mission to Mars, InSight, is scheduled to launch Saturday, May 5, on a first-ever mission to study the heart of the Red Planet.

NASA Soil Moisture Data Advances Global Crop Forecasts

Data from NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive satellite

Data from a JPL-managed NASA satellite that measures soil water content is now used by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to monitor croplands and make commodity forecasts.

NASA Television to Air Coverage of Earth-Observing Satellite Duo Launch

Technicians inspect the twin GRACE Follow-On satellites

Media are invited to cover the prelaunch briefing and launch of the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On (GRACE-FO), NASA's latest Earth-observing satellite mission.

NASA Visualizes the Dance of a Melting Snowflake

Visualization of a melting snowflake

A video featuring the first 3-D model of a melting snowflake and other snowflake research.

NASA is Ready to Study the Heart of Mars

An artist's rendering of a rocket launching with the InSight spacecraft later this May

NASA is about to go on a journey to study the center of Mars.

NASA to Hold Briefing on Next Earth-Observing Mission

Artist's rendering of the twin spacecraft of the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On (GRACE-FO) mission

NASA will host a media briefing April 30 on the upcoming launch of twin satellites to track how changes in Earth's mass distribution affect climate, water resources and more.

NASA to Hold Media Teleconference on Martian Dust Storm, Mars Opportunity Rover


NASA will host a media telecon on Wednesday, June 13, about a massive Martian dust storm affecting the Opportunity rover, and how various missions can obtain unique science.

NASA to Host Live Discussion on New Mars Science Results

Selfie of the Curiosity rover

Questions are welcome during a live discussion at 11 a.m. PDT (2 p.m. EDT) Thursday, June 7, on new science results from NASA's Mars Curiosity rover.

NASA to Host Media Teleconference on National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Report


NASA will host a media teleconference at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT) Wednesday, June 20, to discuss a new report detailing U.S. plans for near-Earth objects (NEOs) that could pose a hazard to Earth.

360 Video: Tour a Mars Robot Test Lab

Engineers use a replica of NASA's InSight lander

Engineers are practicing operations for NASA's Mars InSight lander, which is launching this spring.

NASA's Curiosity Rover Aims to Get Its Rhythm Back

A test of a new percussive drilling technique at NASA's JPL

Rover engineers at JPL will try to restore percussive drilling on Mars this week, part of a larger series of tests that will last through summer.

NASA's First Deep-Space CubeSats Say: 'Polo!'

An artist's rendering of the twin Mars Cube One (MarCO) spacecraft

MarCO is a pair of tiny spacecraft that launched with NASA's InSight lander today.

NASA's First Mission to Study the Interior of Mars Awaits May 5 Launch

This artist's concept shows the InSight lander

All systems are go for NASA's next launch to the Red Planet.

NASA's Juno Mission Provides Infrared Tour of Jupiter's North Pole

Infrared 3-D image of Jupiter's north pole

A 3-D infrared movie depicts cyclones and anticyclones in Jupiter's polar regions, and the first detailed view of a dynamo powering the magnetic field of a planet beyond Earth.

NASA's New Space 'Botanist' Arrives at Launch Site

ECOSTRESS arrives at Kennedy Space Center in preparation for launch to the space station this summer

A new space-based instrument to measure how plants respond to changes in water availability has arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center for final launch preparations

NASA, ULA Launch Mission to Study How Mars Was Made

NASA InSight spacecraft launches

NASA's Mars InSight mission launched this morning on a 300-million-mile trip to Mars to study for the first time what lies deep beneath the surface of the Red Planet.

NEOWISE Thermal Data Reveal Surface Properties of Over 100 Asteroids

Asteroid Lutetia

Data from NASA's Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) spacecraft was used to create an in-depth analysis of more than 100 asteroids.

Nearly a Decade After Mars Phoenix Landed, Another Look

This animation blinks between two images of NASA's Mars Phoenix Lander hardware around the mission's 2008 landing site

This animation blinks between two images taken nearly a decade apart of the 2008 landing site of NASA's Mars Phoenix mission, showing that dust has obscured landing marks.

New 'AR' Mobile App Features 3-D NASA Spacecraft

Free Spacecraft AR app uses Google ARCore technology

NASA spacecraft travel to far-off destinations in space, but a new mobile app produced by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, brings spacecraft to users.

New NASA Mission to Detect Plant Water Use from Space

Corn field

In humans, a fever is a warning sign. The same goes for plants, but it's hard to take their temperatures on a global scale. ECOSTRESS is about to change that.

Next NASA Mars Rover Reaches Key Manufacturing Milestone

A technician works on the descent stage for NASA's Mars 2020 mission

NASA's Mars 2020 mission has begun the assembly, test and launch operations (ATLO) phase of its development, on track for a July 2020 launch to Mars.

OMG, the Water's Warm! NASA Study Solves Glacier Puzzle

Tracy and Heilprin glaciers in northwest Greenland

A plume of warm water is the reason one of two adjoining glaciers in Greenland is melting almost four times as fast as the other.

Old Data Reveal New Evidence of Europa Plumes

Artist's illustration of Jupiter and Europa (in the foreground) with the Galileo spacecraft after its pass through a plume

Scientists re-examining data from an old mission bring new insights to the tantalizing question of whether Jupiter's moon Europa has the ingredients to support life.

Opportunity Hunkers Down During Dust Storm

This series of images shows simulated views of a darkening Martian sky

NASA engineers received a transmission from Opportunity on Sunday morning - a positive sign despite the worsening dust storm.

Prolific Sea-Observing Satellite Turns 10

Illustration of the U.S./European Ocean Surface Topography Mission (OSTM)/Jason-2 satellite

An international oceanography satellite that is tracking the ongoing rise in global sea level marks its 10th year in orbit today.

NASA Marks Earth Day with #NASA4Earth Tools, Events

Earth Day 2018 ad

This Earth Day, NASA invites you to create shareable views of our home planet, combat mosquito-transmitted diseases and fly along with our fleet of Earth-observing spacecraft.

Ramp-Up in Antarctic Ice Loss Speeds Sea Level Rise

Adelaide Island, Antarctic Peninsula

Antarctic ice losses have tripled since 2012, raising global sea levels by 0.12 inch (3 millimeters) in that timeframe alone, finds a new NASA/ESA-funded climate assessment.

Results of Heat Shield Testing

Artist's concept of the Mars Science Laboratory entry into the Martian atmosphere

A post-test inspection of the composite structure for a heat shield to be used on the Mars 2020 mission revealed that a fracture occurred during structural testing.

Science Launching to Space Station Looks Forward and Back

The Cold Atom Lab (CAL)

The Cold Atom Laboratory, from JPL, is one science payload launching to the International Space Station aboard an Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft no earlier than May 20.

Seven Ways Mars InSight is Different

An artist's rendition of the InSight lander operating on the surface of Mars.

NASA has sent lots of missions to Mars, but InSight will stand apart in a number of ways.

Small Asteroid to Fly Between Earth and Moon Today

Diagram of Asteroid 2010 WC9

Small asteroid to fly between Earth and the Moon today.

Small Packages to Test Big Space Technology Advances

The RainCube 6U CubeSat with fully-deployed antenna.

The next International Space Station resupply mission, launching this weekend, will carry three small satellites to test the next generation of Earth-observing technology.

SpaceX CRS-15 Briefings and Events

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket

Launch is targeted no earlier than 2:42 a.m. PDT Friday, June 29, for a resupply mission to the International Space Station, with cargo including ECOSTRESS, developed by JPL.

Stellar Dust Survey Paves Way for Exoplanet Missions

This artist's illustration shows what the sky might look like from a planet in a particularly dusty solar system

The Hunt for Observable Signatures of Terrestrial Systems, or HOSTS, survey was tasked with learning more about the effect of solar system dust on the search for new worlds.

Take a Virtual Trip to a Strange New World with NASA

Exoplanet poster

Take a virtual trip to the imagined surfaces of planets beyond our solar system with NASA's interactive Exoplanet Travel Bureau.

Tiny Asteroid Discovered Saturday Disintegrates Hours Later Over Southern Africa

Artist's concept of a near-Earth object

Asteroid 2018 LA entered Earth's atmosphere at about 9:44 a.m. PDT (12:44 p.m. EDT, 16:44 UTC), and later disintegrated in the upper atmosphere near Botswana, Africa.

Twin Spacecraft Launch to Track Earth's Water Movement

NASA/German Research Centre for Geosciences GRACE Follow-On spacecraft launch onboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket

GRACE Follow-On has launched, and both satellites are communicating with ground stations.

Twin Spacecraft to Weigh in on Earth's Changing Water

Artist's illustration of GRACE-FO

A pair of new spacecraft that will observe Earth's ever-changing water cycle, ice sheets and crust is in final preparations for a California launch no earlier than May 19.

UPDATE: NASA, Orbital ATK Now Targeting May 21 for Next Resupply Mission to Space Station

Orbital ATK's Cygnus spacecraft launched

The date has moved for the next launch to the International Space Station to Monday, May 21, to support further prelaunch inspections and more favorable weather.

Update: Launch Coverage of Earth-Observing Satellites

Artist's illustration of GRACE-FO

Revised dates have been set for the prelaunch briefing and launch of GRACE-FO, NASA's latest Earth-observing satellite mission.

Vice President Pence Visits JPL, Previews NASA's Next Mars Mission Launch

JPL Director Michael Watkins and Vice President Mike Pence

A week before NASA's next Mars launch, Vice President Mike Pence toured the birthplace of the InSight Mars Lander and numerous other past, present and future space missions.

Warm Water Creeps into Otherwise-Calm Central Pacific

Global maps from Jason-3 data

A patch of high sea level called a Kelvin wave is slowly traveling east along the equator in the Pacific Ocean. This type of wave is often a precursor to an El Niño event.

What Uranus Cloud Tops Have in Common With Rotten Eggs


Hydrogen sulfide, the gas that gives rotten eggs their distinctive odor, has been verified as one of the key components of clouds at Uranus.

Witness First Mars Launch from West Coast

Launch of LDCM from Vandenberg AFB, California

NASA invites digital creators to apply for social media credentials to cover the launch of the InSight mission to Mars, May 3-5, at California's Vandenberg Air Force Base.

Amateur Astronomy Clubs

Welcome to Astro Stuff’s free Astronomy Club listing page.

 If you would like to add your non-profit Astronomy Club to this listing page please email the webmaster at webmaster@telescopemart.com or use the form at the bottom of the page.

1. Your Club will be listed under your home state.

2. We will create a page just for your club - coming soon!

3. You can add information at anytime by emailing the webmaster.

Please allow up to 24 to 48 hours for updates


Mobile Astronomical Society, Mobile, AL.

web site:  http://skywatch.brainiac.com/astroland

Members: 30 members.

Contact: Rod Mollise rmollise@hotmail.com

Meetings: Monthly, 1st Thursday of each month at the Mobile Public Schools'
Environmental Studies Center on Girby Road. Meetings start promptly at 7pm.

Activities: Monthly "Members-only Star Parties" (MOSP) at a local dark site,
public outreach.

Dues: $15.00 for individuals and $20.00 for families per year. Membership
benefits include a subscription to the AL's _Reflector_ magazine and
eligibility to attend monthly MOSPs.



Alabama Birmingham Astronomical Society.

web site: http://bas-astro.com

Members: 70 members.

Contact: Ed Knight webmaster@bas-astro.com

Meetings: Monthly, 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Samford university Christenberry Planetarium Meetings start promptly at 7pm.

Activities: Monthly "Public Star Parties" at a Oak Mountain State park and Monthy dark site star parties , public outreach.

Dues: $12.50 Students, $20.00 for individuals and $25.00 for families per year.


Anycase Sirius Lookers Astronomy Club

mailing address:

                   Dennis Young 
                   PO Box 87
                   Sedona, Az 86339

website: http://www.siriuslookers.org

We meet every 3rd Wednesday of each month. 6:30pm during winter hours and 7:00pm for summer hours.

The Meeting is held at:

                    Sedona Public Library off of Dry Creek road in their meeting room.
                    3250 White Bear Road
                    (1st izquierda de Dry Creek Road)
                    Sedona, Arizona 86336

NO membership FEEs.
Stargazing weather permitting after the meet.


The Arkansas Oklahoma Astronomical Society is a registered not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising the public's awareness about the science of astronomy and to increasing the application of astronomical science in education. The AOAS primary focus is the region around Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Website: http://www.aoas.org/


Alachua Astronomy Club
P.O. Box 13744
Gainesville, FL 32604-1744
E-mail:  programs@floridastars.org

website: http://www.floridastars.org/

Meeting Location — Powell Hall Exhibition Center (Florida Museum of Natural History)


Aldrich Astronomical Society

Biweekly - 2nd and 4th Saturday - 7:00 PM


Anna Maria College - Science Building
50 Sunset Lane
Paxton, MA 01615

Description: Aldrich Astronomical Society was founded in 1932 and is currently in the process of a large expansion.

Contact Information email: aas@aldrichastro.org

Website: http://www.AldrichAstro.org


New Mexico

Meetings: Monthly Third Friday of each month 7:30 PM

Location NM Museum of Space History
Hubbard Building Hwy 2001
Alamogordo, SouthWest, NM 88310

Astronomy Club, 44 Members. all skill levels, observing after meetings.

Contact Information
PO Box 4151,
Alamogordo NM 88311

Website - http://www.zianet.com/aacwp/

Directions - From Scenic Blvd, drive up the hill on HWY 2001, past the Tombaugh IMAX. The Hubbard building is the only one on the right



Astronomy Club of Tulsa
P. O. Box 470611,
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74147-0611

website: http://www.astrotulsa.com/

The Astronimy Club of Tulsa is a non-profit, tax exempt, organization. They have been active in Tulsa and it's surrounding communities for over fifty years.


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