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Pam Hoffman is best known for producing National Space Society’s 14th International Space Development Conference in Cleveland, Ohio with over 600 in attendance.
Discover the wonder, beauty, and mystery of our incredible Universe!
The Astronomical League provides many different Observing Programs. These Observing Programs are designed to provide a direction for your observations and to provide a goal. The Observing Programs have certificates and pins to recognize the observers’ accomplishments and for demonstrating their observing skills with a variety of instruments and objects.
The Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers was founded in 1947 and promotes observing of the solar system. Both amateur and professional astronomers work together to further our understanding of the universe.
In this episode of the Observer's Notebook podcast, host Tim Robertson talks to the ALPO Eclipse expert, John ONeal, about the upcoming total solar eclipse, and contact information.
The total eclipse of the Sun is the most spectacular event in all of Nature! Few people have ever witnessed one, but once seen it is an experience never to be forgotten. The Moon's dark shadow plunges you into an eerie twilight and the Sun's mysterious and incredibly beautiful corona is revealed.
Resource for eclipse and transit records and information.
North America’s second total eclipse of the past seven years comes at a very different season than that in 2017. April is a month of transition across the continent, with winter storms gradually giving way to the convective buildups of spring and summer. In Mexico, the winter dry season is in its last month before the summer rains begin.
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