Open Spiral Bar

Online

RSVP using the link on the box above. Please install/update zoom client prior to the event. Come and socialize with your fellow astronomy enthusiasts face-to-face virtually! Bring your latest astrophotos, mini-presentation, questions or none and your own refreshments.

Online General Meeting – July 2020

Online

RSVP using the link on the box above. Please install/update zoom client prior to the event. Cosmic Dawn: The Birth of Galaxies in our Universe The Milky Way is but one of an estimated two trillion galaxies in our observable Universe. Modern astronomical telescopes have revealed a rich ecosystem of galaxies, but our Universe wasn't […]

Online Beginner’s Class

Online

RSVP using the zoom.us link on the box above. Please install/update zoom client prior to the event. This is the "How to Use Your Telescope" session of the Beginners Astronomy Class. If you have a telescope and would like some help learning to set it up and use it, bring it along to this class. […]

Open Meeting – June 2020

Online

Come and socialize with your fellow astronomy enthusiasts face-to-face at this online meeting! Bring your latest AstroPhotos or questions or mini-presentation. This event was created as a response to those who missed the social interaction opportunity provided at our in-person general meetings.

General Meeting – June 2020

Online

This event has passed. To provide feedback about the meeting, click here. Our Dusty Universe The two first images of ESO’s GigaGalaxy Zoom project combined to show a whole view of the Milky Way as could be seen with the unaided eye, and a more central region observed with an amateur telescope.   Most of […]

Beginner’s Class

Online

This online event has ended. The 4th session of the Beginners Astronomy Class covers the science behind the telescope. How do our eyes actually perceive objects we see in the telescope and what is the physics that allows that perception. For details, please visit here and download the sample information PDF package. Free and open […]

Palomar Science

Online

An online talk open to all in which Kin Searcy, one of the Palomar Docents, will survey the many questions in astronomy that have been addressed for the last 70 years by professional researchers at Palomar Observatory. Use the link on the top box to join. Zoom Meeting ID: 996 5232 6483

General Meeting – May 2020 – Online

Online

This was an online event! Please help us by submitting the feedback form. The link is on the box above. Deploying Astronomy-Inspired Techniques to Help Reduce the Damage from Wildfires Over the last decades, we have developed image acquisition, processing, and analysis systems for finding distant supernovae. Such efforts resulted in the Berkeley Automated Supernova […]

Beginner’s Class – Online

Online

This is an online event! Find the link to join, on the box above. Install Zoom beforehand to be ready. The 3rd session of the Beginners Astronomy Class covers different methods of finding objects in the night sky.  Special topic is learning the constellations. Free and open to the public as well as members of […]

General Meeting – April 2020 – Online!

Online

This is an online event, please find the link to join on the top banner of this page! Will We Go to the Moon … and Do the Other Things? Fifty years ago America landed men on the Moon. We’ve been trying to do it again for the last thirty years. Will the Artemis program […]