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A Summer Under the Stars
By Darren Drake 1/7/2010
Imagine being responsible for having to satisfy the curiosity of a large group of aspiring young astronomers eager to see the universe and they are on their way to see you....

Astronomy Clubs - Fundraising, PR, and Recruiting
By Ronald Abraham 11/2/2009
Do we need a new forum?

Oklahoma Weather - Reprise
By Ronald Abraham 10/26/2009
Difficulty finding holes in Oklahoma's clouds need not discourage people if they work together making lemonade.

Oklahoma Weather
By Ronald Abraham 9/10/2009
Whether or not you area weathering the weather, the weather is weathering you.

Astronomy Clubs as Non Profit 501-C Organizations
By Ronald Abraham 8/5/2009
Is your club growing? Shrinking? Here are some thoughts to get you thinking...

Astronomy Outreach at Camp Eberhart
By Darren Drake 1/19/2009
The Ultimate Outreach experience....

Monochromatic VS OneShotColor CCD
By dietmar hager 3/9/2008
do these CCD necessarily have to be competitors?

An amateur astronomer's experience at Camp Eberhart
By Darren Drake 12/27/2006
Imagine having the chance to spend a whole summer showing kids the universe through your own scope and getting paid for it.....

Adult Beginners Astronomy Camp Mt. Lemmon
By Robert Morlan 12/20/2006

SHARING THE SUN: A PUBLIC SOLAR VIEWING EVENT ORGANIZED BY B.R.A.S.S.
By ANJAL SHARMA 10/12/2006
The sun is a dynamic and fascinating astronomical target which can hook people onto astronomy. That's exactly what we set out to do by organizing a solar viewing event!!!

The Krakow Mystery Object of 1926
By Michael Covington 9/3/2005
On September 2, 1926, Harvard Observatory received a telegram from Krakow, Poland, reporting a "comet" at R.A. 15:53, declination +3 55... (Michael A. Covington is the author of Celestial Objects for Modern Telescopes and other books.)

Acquiring New driving Practices
By Ansuman Pal 8/19/2005

Telescope Transportation Device – Jaguar XJS
By Ed Moreno 6/7/2005

Galileo's Middle Finger and Other Rarities
By geoff martin 12/23/2004
Historical telescopes aren't the only things we found at the Museo Di Storia Della Scienca in Florence,Italy.

Overexposures for discovery and fame
By Norman Sperling 12/22/2004
Imagers take note that patience and really long exposures can yield all kind of benefits...

Ode to the Othoscopic Eyepiece
By Jim Shepard 7/19/2004
For all you Ortho fans out there.

Wild Card 003: Making Some Sense of the Strehl Ratio
By Rick Shaffer 6/21/2004
In this installment of "Wild Card", telescope designer Rick Shaffer gets out his slide-rule and takes you through the arcane world of "P2V", "RMS", and how they relate to the "Strehl Ratio", the new "Gold Standard" for describing an optic's performance in imaging a star.

Wild Card 002.1 "Defending Our Planet from Invasions from Space" PLUS a LOT More!
By Rick Shaffer 6/14/2004
Instead of a story about a practical joke, Rick Shaffer makes some serious suggestions about how we ought to be thinking about SETI, CETI, and rocks falling from the sky. Just for a little variety, there's more about the exit pupil, plus some "shameless commerce"!

WILD CARD 002 "SETI, a 'Big Ear', and Practical Jokes"
By Rick Shaffer 6/7/2004
In this edition of his column, Rick Shaffer takes you to a corn field in Ohio. And, the reference to a "Big Ear" doesn't refer to prize winning ear of corn!

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