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Horkheimer Library Telescope reminder

Jul
18

Your Astronomical League is holding a drawing to give away ten Horkheimer Library Telescopes. To win, though, your club must first enter.  Entries must be received by the deadline of July 30! For details of the program, please see the entry form and visit

https://www.astroleague.org/content/library-telescope-program

This program is made possible by the vision and generosity of the Horkheimer Charitable Fund, Orion Telescopes, and Celestron.

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Another reason to attend ALCon 2016

Jun
30

Yet another great reason to attend ALCon 2016 is what's happening at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, which is where one of the ALCon tours will boldly go. 

http://blog.nasm.si.edu/behind-the-scenes/enterprise-model-on-display/

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Interested in ALCon 2017 (ASTROCON)? Plan NOW!

Jun
23

You probably know that hotel accommodations in Casper, WY during ALCon 2017 (ASTROCON 2017) are in short supply. But there are rooms left – at least for now.

Please follow this procedure for securing a room. If you haven't booked a room already, please do not delay. We do not know how long the remaining rooms will last!

1. Go to the ASTRONCON 2017 website https://astrocon2017.astroleague.org

2. Register for ASTROCON 2017.

3. When you receive a registration confirmation email, and if you want a hotel room, please respond to the email by requesting a room.  You will then receive an email from a member of the ASTROCON planning committee (usually Chair Lowell Lyon) and given a code. You will be directed to a hotel and given the phone number to call.

4. When you call that particular hotel, they will ask you for your ASTROCON code.

This procedure is necessary to avoid non-ALCon (ASTROCON) attendees from booking the block of rooms set aside for ALCon attendees. Yes, it does happen!

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Open Cluster Program Adds Imaging

Jun
16

The Open Cluster Program now allows imaging and has been changed based on inputs from imagers.  Check it out!

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