SLAS Regular Meeting
Friday, June 17, 2016 7:30pm
Reporting Tomorrow's Weather Today
Meteorologist Mike Roberts
July 15, 2016 - Jane Rix - Sketching the Night Sky
August 19, 2016 - John Wharton, St. Louis Science Center - The 2017 Eclipse - One Year Out
September 16, 2016 - Gary Gackstatter -
Archeoastronomy of Chaco Canyon
October 21, 2016
- Kater Murch, PhD -
Washington University - How LIGO pushes the limits of quantum measurement detect gravity
AND Future SLAS meetings |
The page linked above has links to descriptions of scheduled future meetings and past meetings for SLAS dating back to 2001
McDonnell Hall, Room 162, Washington University
accessible from Forsyth Blvd. between Tolman Way and Chaplain Drive
All SLAS regular meetings are FREE and
open to the public. SLAS meetings are always held at 7:30 pm on the
3rd Friday of the month at Washington University. See the calendar
links and maps.
The SLAS calendar is part of the Night Sky Network. Check out all the features available at the site. You can check out events, join the Society, request a star party for your school or organization, or if you're a member, check on status of events and find out what events need volunteers and RSVP for those events. If you are traveling, you can find star parties and other events on NSN for any location in the country!
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Use this link to view the SLAS calendar directly on the Night Sky Network website:
Observing tonight? Check out Allan
Rahill's page which has a forecast for seeing conditions and numerical
system for recording conditions
Night Sky Update
Got a question about astronomy? Try Cornell University's
"Ask an Astronomer"
A gallery of members' astronomical pictures.
Want to help reduce sky glow in our area?
Here's how to do it with Ameren UE's assistance.
NSN Observing Cards PDF Red version
Mark Jones Power Point from Homemade Fest
Mark Jones Lunar Club 100 Power Point
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LARGE SLAS logo file