has been updated for this month!
Check it out
by clicking the What's Up link in
the column to the upper-left.
Sun, Sep17 - Fri, Sep 22 (leave
by noon of Sat Sep 23)
(New moon on Tue Sep 19)
sign-up period for this year's event is now OPEN.
As of June 9th there are only three two-day time slots left available for Thursday and Friday Sep 21-22.
For more information, contact email@example.com
up now or wait until next year!
From White Mountain Research Station
year, we rent time up at the Barcroft High Altitude Research Station
in the White Mountains to provide our members with an opportunity
to gain access to "research-grade" night skies. Well,
they have begun publishing their own newsletters, and you can
view them here.
It's full of info about the three facilities they make available,
one of which is Barcroft, and it's chock-full of interesting stuff
about these sites. Check it out!
EAS partners with East Bay schools,
libraries, Scouting groups, and S.T.E.M organizers for evening star
parties and other Outreach events. Our experienced astronomy volunteers
bring out their telescopes and other equipment, sharing close-up
views of planets, star clusters, nebulae and galaxies. We seek to
provide a unique and inspiring experience of the night sky!
If your organization is interested in scheduling an Outreach event,
or you're an EAS member who would like to get involved, contact
Raymond Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org
EAS Loaner Scope Program
Telescopes available for rental by EAS members
60mm & 80mm refractors, C90 Maksutov-Cassegrain,
2 - 10 inch Dobsonians,
4 & 8 inch Schmidt-Cassegrains
Scope rental is $15 a month with
a $50 deposit.
If you rent a scope and bring it to EAS outreach programs,
monthly rent is waived - a good deal!
For information, contact Barry Leska
by E-mail at email@example.com
Currently open from 7pm
to 10pm every Friday evening.
Please enter through the Telescope
Maker’s Workshop at the first loading dock entrance. The
Library is also open by appointment: Please call 1-510-336-7438
and leave a message.
Library is located on the second
floor of the Dellums Building, down the hall next to the interactive
lunar lander exhibit.
Volunteer librarians are needed to
expand library hours, if you'd like to help, contact EAS
Librarian Deborah Gomez.