Two locations
We will have telescopes with solar filters, and a limited supply of eclipse viewing glasses. Open to the public.

Please do not look at the sun without proper eye protection!

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-- Regular club meeting night is the first Monday each month at 7pm --
in the ASU Global Immersion Center (formerly the Planetarium) with the awesome full dome digital projector.

Next Regular Meeting: Mon, October 2nd.
No meeting Mon, Sept 4th -- Labor Day.

FMI: Andy, 325-226-9172
Want to be notified of upcoming events? Join our email list by dropping us a line -- list@AngeloAstronomy.com


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Stars at the State Park 2017 on Saturday June 17th, we had over 150 guests!

State Park Star Party ... Star Party at State Park
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Library Star Party

One of our observing spots: Stephens Central Library!


Eclipse2017

Eclipse starts around 11:30am and peaks around 1pm.
Bring your lawn chairs and hang out with us!

A cool interactive eclipse demonstration with more information is available at this link: www.vox.com














Our supply of Eclipse Viewing Glasses has run dry, but we will have some to share on Monday at Foster Field!
































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ASU Planetarium Shows

Global Immersion Center (GIC), formerly the Planetarium, in the ASU Vincent Nursing-Physical Science Building, 2333 Vanderventer St.

All shows are open to the public. Admission price: $3 for adults, $2 for children, active military and senior citizens. ASU students, faculty and staff are admitted free. For more information, call 325-942-2136 or visit angelo.edu/dept/physics/planetarium.html.

Welcome Dr. Kenneth Carrell, new Planetarium Director!


















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