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.
If you want to solve the water problem in California, just schedule a star party. Fortunately the weather looks good for Saturday night. The weather report says that it will be mostly clear.
The theme for Saturday night is our solar system. Mercury, Venus, Jupiter and Saturn will all be visible.… Read the rest
Join the Tulare Astronomical Association (TAA) on January 24, 2015 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm for an evening of public stargazing. The event will include a short program on astronomical objects of interest, a tour of the brighter constellations, and viewing through TAA’s 12″ Astrola reflecting telescope (inside the observatory dome), and other member telescopes.… Read the rest
The Tulare Astronomical Association
This class will be presented on six wednesday nights. Jan 22, 29, Feb 12,19, 26, Mar 12.
This class is intended to teach the basics of astronomy. Each class will have two parts. The inside presentation and the outside viewing of the constellations, stars, moon and planets.… Read the rest
Hi everyone! Hope you are all planning for a wonderful holiday season loaded with food, fun, friends and family. I just wanted to take a quick moment to remind our members that club dues are due at out January meeting. Please come prepared to make your payment, as your dues help our club grow and meet out monthly expenses. … Read the rest
For all those planning to go out on the 8th, I don’ think mosquitoes will be a huge problem. Mark and I were out last weekend (I in shorts and T-shirt) and weren’t really bothered by them. The gnats are a nuisance, but they don’t bite!! Come prepared for the mosquitoes though…better safe than sorry.… Read the rest
Last weekends star party in San Simeon was a lot of fun. More fun than actual observing.… Read the rest
There are two chances this weekend to get under the stars with the Tulare Astronomical Association. On Friday, March 23, we’ll be at the Pena Planetarium to show off the planets and brighter objects in Visalia, then on Saturday, March 24, we’ll be at Dry Creek Land Preserve for a dark-sky star party with the Sequoia Riverlands Trust.… Read the rest