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Old 06-13-2011, 12:48 PM
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Default FREE Telescope Workshop & Star Party Sept 15, 2011

FREE Telescope Workshop & Star Party Sept 15, 2011

Everyone welcome.
No public RSVP's cancels this event.
Also, this is the tail end of the monsoon season.
Hopefully we will have good weather for this event.
If you are questioning the weather, please call
Terri to RSVP and verify the event will happen 602-561-5398.
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Old 09-07-2011, 02:13 PM
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Default RSVP's:

Public RSVP's:

Moishe W:
David C:


PAS Telescope Teachers:

Don
Chet



PAS Telescopes for the star party:




Additional PAS Members


Mike: Meteorite Man - Touch, feel & learn about Meteorites!
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Old 09-15-2011, 11:12 AM
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Default Tonight's viewing:

Visible tonight, assuming no buildings or clouds are in the way:


Sunset 6:20

Venus visible 6:20 and sets 6:35

Saturn visible 6:30 - sets 7pm

Dark 7pm

Jupiter rises 8:40pm

Moon rises 8:15pm

The buildings on the PVCC campus are in our viewing way from the
S.W. to All of West, up to the N.E.

So rising objects may be seen best an hour after rising time, such
as the Moon and Jupiter, but setting items, will not be seen tonight, due to buildings in the way.
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Old 09-15-2011, 11:42 AM
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Default Weather Watchers updates:

Bob Writes:

OK, 3 of 4 sites are predicting clear skies tonight. The seeing and transparency are going to be average. The Moon will be 88% illuminated, and at 8PM it will be just below the horizon. At 9PM it will be about 10 degrees higher and 22 degrees high at 10PM. So, the Moon's washout of the sky will begin to be experienced a little after 8PM. Jupiter will be about 5 degrees (angular distance) south of the Moon and may be tough to view until later in the session. Bright objects should be viewable.

Looks like a "go" tonight.

Cheers.

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Don writes:

Accuweather says 6 % chance of rain between 4 and 7 increasing slightly to 11% between 7 and 11.cloud cover over that time is 10%. so it looks good for Thursday. They are saying 8 out of 10 for astronomy.

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