... For tonight. If the field conditions are too soggy, we can set up in/near the gravel parking lot or on the asphalt parking lot straight ahead from the entrance.
The Great Meadow public observing session is a go. Because the field is too wet to drive on, THE LOCATION FOR TONIGHT'S OBSERVING WILL BE IN THE GRAVEL PARKING LOT NEXT TO THE STADIUM. When you enter at the main gate, immediately turn right and go 1/10th of a mile and turn left into the parking lot. I will [...]
There is too much snow and ice on the field so the public night for Great Meadows this month is cancelled. The event calendar has been updated to reflect this change as well.
The weather forecast is pretty (un)clear fortonight, so I'm canceling this event today. Just a heads up - next month is a double header, on SAT 15JUN we'll have solar observing in the afternoon and nighttime stargazing at night. So I'll be needing volunteers for both or either. Greg - I'm copying you on this [...]
The whole family will enjoy this free event! Activities include: safe views of the sun, fun games for kids, a guided tour of the night sky and spectacular views of the universe through club member’s telescopes. Special presentations in our big tent – Rain or Shine – “Just Do It! Getting Started in Astrophotography” by Bob [...]
OK folks - The weather forecast looks great for tonight, so the public night Messier Marathon is ON. One complication - unfavorable soggy grass field conditions. Craig Johnson (Crockett Park Manager) indicated a potential for cars getting stuck on Read more [...]