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The public star party scheduled for Saturday night Feb 18, 2017 is canceled. The sky is supposed to be 70-90% cloud covered.… Read the rest
The December TAA meeting will feature NASA Solar System Ambassador, Rich Manley. He will talk about the space program and how it has affected our daily lives. He will show some of the products and technologies that were developed by NASA to make the spacecraft lighter, safer, smarter.
Rich Manley has an interesting background.… Read the rest
LEARN THE NIGHT SKY THROUGH PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS
WHO: This class is designed for the beginning to advanced astronomy enthusiast that want to sharpen there observing skills and knowledge.
Edison came out last night about 2:00 am and replaced the fuses and transformers that supply the APO with power. They were originally installed in 1967. So now we have a state of the art power supply. The old ones used to make the lights flicker every so often.… Read the rest
The monthly meeting of the Tulare Astronomical Association scheduled for 7:00 pm tonight has been cancelled due to an unresolved power outage at the observatory and surrounding area. The meeting may be re-scheduled for next week, so be sure to check the website for notices.
Thanks.… Read the rest
Just a reminder that the Basic Astronomy class starts this Wednesday at 7:00 pm. If you are not a current member of the TAA, the cost of the class is $50/person. We ask that you please be prepared to pay for the class at our first meeting. Memberships to the TAA are also available.… Read the rest
Hey everyone! If you weren’t there, you missed a great meeting this last week. Greg had lots of good information on comets, asteroids, and Jupiter, as well as the usual club business. But the real fun was playing our first ever round of The Great TAA Astronomy Trivia Challenge. We divided the group into two teams, and each team got a crack at answering some pretty challenging (but practical) astronomy questions.… Read the rest
Who: The Tulare Astronomical Association (TAA)
What: The TAA will hold a class in Basic Astronomy. The class is geared toward the beginning and novice astronomer who wishes to gain a better understanding of the night sky. The class will include lectures on motions of the night sky, how the solar system was formed, evolution of the stars and galaxies, and expansion of the universe.… Read the rest