This above-average meteor shower runs from April 19-May 28. The best place to see it is in the Southern Hemisphere, where it produces about 60 meteors an hour, but it’s a decent show in the Northern Hemisphere, too, and viewers in this part of the world can expect to see about half that many
This is a free and open to the public online event, to attend please register with zoom by clicking here. The 3rd session of the Beginners Astronomy Class covers different methods of finding objects in the night sky. Special topic is learning the constellations. For details, please visit here and download the sample information PDF […]
This is a free and open to the public online event. Join Zoom Oumuamua: The nearest exoplanet? When 'Oumuamua passed by Earth in October 2017, the only thing certain about it was that it was not from this Solar System. Because of its high velocity, it was the first confirmed interstellar object. The […]
This is a free and open to the public online event. Join Zoom Come and socialize with your fellow astronomy enthusiasts face-to-face virtually! Bring your latest astrophotography, mini-presentation, questions or none and your own refreshments.
The OCA Board Meeting will be held on May 15th at 10:00am. The meeting is open to all members of the OCA, to attend contact Alan Smallbone for the meeting details.