Sky Map for November 2009 One of the perks of being a member of CCAS is all the great up-to-date astronomy information we provide.Â This is a star chart published monthly for you to explore, learn, and enjoy the night sky. You’ll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the file. [Read More…]
Astronomy Beat #35 The White House Star Party: Reports from the South Lawn (PDF, 1.1MB) by Stephen Pompea and Dara Norman (National Optical Astronomy Observatory) Click on the link above to view the pdf, or right-click (PC)/control-click (Mac) the link to download the file to your computer. Click here for [Read More…]
Celestial Observer Newsletter: November 2009 You’ll find monthly sky highlights, new meeting location information, and more in our monthly newsletter. Click here to view the pdf, or right-click (PC)/control-click (Mac) the link to download the file to your computer. Adobe Reader is required: Download the free software.
College and high school students are conducting original scientific research through an innovative one-semester seminar offered by Cuesta College. Students present their research at major scientific conferences and their findings are published in scientific journals. Real science is about the unknown; these students, just like working scientists, do not know [Read More…]
You’re invited to the Sagan/Michelson Fellows Symposium, Nov 12–13 (Thurs-Fri) at Caltech.Â The symposium highlights cutting edge research being conducted by current Sagan postdoctoral fellows and past Michelson postdoctoral and graduate student fellows. In addition to keynote talks by Dr. Jeremy Kasdin and Dr. Chas Beichman, there will be presentations [Read More…]
This is a neat presentation of the March 2005 teleconference on the Hubble Top 10. It comes bundled with a power point presentation, MP3 audio, and PDF written transcripts. Be sure to download all three before you get started. Best enjoyed with a bowl of popcorn. You can play the [Read More…]