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Special Events Archives
Astronomics and Cloudy Nights were in attendance for the fourth consecutive year. As usual, Astronomics brought a ton of product and Cloudy Nights held a live webcast.
Interview with the Naglers at NEAF 2010.
Alex finishes his lecture on Supernovae.
NEAF 2010 Video: Lecture - Jennifer Lynne Heldmann
have now spent the better part of the last four summers in Three Rivers, MI as the Camp Eberhart, Astronomer in Residence. Although I have written of my experiences many times, I’ve never elaborated on the finer details of observing sessions shared with campers
Astronomics, Meade, and Cloudy Nights have come together to give you the chance to make your holidays a little brighter. We've joined to give away a $1499 value Meade ETX-LS 6” ACF (Advanced Coma-Free) Go-To Telescope on December 15th, 2009.
Pacific Astronomy and Telescope Show. September 26-27, 2009 at the Pasedena Convention Center.
Astronomy Magazine Senior Editor Richard Talcott speaks about "What We've Learned from Hubble" at NEAF 2009 in Suffern, NY.
Tom Trusock interviews Barry Crist of Barry Crist Miniatures at NEAF 2009 held at Rockland Community college in Suffern, NY.
Alain Traino and Astronomics giveaway a telescope to some deserving children at NEAF 2009.
Dr. Pamela Gay of Southern Illinois University and the voice of Astronomy Cast speaks about "Citizen Science" at NEAF 2009 at Rockland Community college in Suffern, NY.
Dr. Albert Grauer of the Mt. Lemmon Sky Center and the Catalina Sky Survey speaks at NEAF 2009 about "Earth's Most Deadliest Neighbors in Space" at Rockland Community college in Suffern, NY.
Tom Trusock walks you through the NEAF 2009 vendor booths and exhibits held at Rockland Community college in Suffern, NY.
Tom Trusock interviews Al Nagler of TeleVue at NEAF 2009 held at Rockland Community college in Suffern, NY.
Introduction to the NEAF 2009 speakers held at Rockland Community college in Suffern, NY.
Interstellarum Magazine Editor-in-Chief and author Ronald Stoyan gives a lecture on his new book "Charles Messier: His Catalog and Objects in a New Light" at Rockland Community college in Suffern, NY.
Tom Trusock interviews Ronald Stoyan... author of Atlas of the Messier Objects: Highlights of the Deep Sky at NEAF 2009 held at Rockland Community college in Suffern, NY.
Tom Trusock interviews Astronomy Magazine author Phil Harrington at NEAF 2009 held at Rockland Community college. Phil will be joining CN as a regular contributor on June 1, 2009. Weclome Phil!!!
Tom Trusock interviews NEAF organizer and scooter extraordinaire Alan Traino at NEAF 2009 held at Rockland Community college in Suffern, NY.
The NEAF 2009 video archive is now finally starting to take shape . . .
Tom Trusock interviews expert telescope-builder Normand Fullum at NEAF 2009 held at Rockland Community college in Suffern, NY.
Cloudy Nights will be broadcasting live from NEAF 2009.
For quite a number of years now I have been active in astronomy outreach
International conference/exhibition/convention/workshop for amateur astronomers. It complements our world-renowned springtime event, the RTMC Astronomy Expo, held over Memorial Day weekend near Big Bear City, California.
Once again for my 13th year I attended our club's annual dark-sky observing expedition.