John Martin

Covid Update From ALCon 2023

Covid Update From ALCon 2023
One more positive Covid test has been reported.  This makes a total of three  reported positive tests after ALCon 2023.
To repeat our suggestion from our 1st post a few days ago:  If you have any concern regarding a possible covid diagnosis, we strongly urge you to contact your medical team as soon as possible.
Sincerely,
Carroll Iorg, President,
Astronomical League

ALCon 2023 COVID Exposures

To All ALCon 2023 Attendees:  Two Known Positive Covid Cases After ALCon 2023

Within the past 24 hours the League has been notified of two known positive cases of Covid after attendees returned home from ALCon.
While we assume that the number of positive cases is small, we will post updates on the League website and Facebook page as needed, if we receive further notifications.
I would strongly urge you to check with your medical team if you have any concerns about this situation.
Thanks and stay safe!
Carroll Iorg, President, Astronomical League

2024 Solar Eclipse Glasses

Solar Eclipse Glasses from the ASTRONOMICAL LEAGUE !

Experience the beauty, the wonder, and the mystery

The celestial event of a generation arrives April 8, 2024. View the incredible total solar eclipse safely with a pair of commemorative solar eclipse glasses from the ASTRONOMICAL LEAGUE!

Each total solar eclipse is unique, all are impressive

Are you ready? Do you have equipment for safely viewing the eclipse and the sun? Solar eclipse glasses are one inexpensive way to safely view the eclipse, and the BEST way to share the event with a group. These glasses are ideal for visually observing large sunspots on the face of the sun, partial solar eclipses, annular solar eclipses, and the partial phases of total solar eclipses.

Discounts for as few as 10 and huge discounts for ordering 500 or 1000. Distribute them at solar events! The more you purchase, the better the price! They can be personalized for keepsakes. Order early to insure availability!

Quantity Discount Price (ea) Price per pack
1-9 0% $1.25
10 12% $1.10 $11.00
25 26% $0.92 $23.00
50 36% $0.80 $40.00
100 44% $0.70 $70.00
250 52% $0.60 $150.00
500 60% $0.50 $250.00
1000 68% $0.40 $400.00

Check out the League webstore – https://store.astroleague.org/ – for complete information. Email leaguesales@astroleague.org if you need more help.

Nominal shipping charges will be added to all orders under 1000 glasses. For those orders of 1000 glasses and over, shipping is included in the price to USA addresses.

 

Wear them as you would your normal sunglasses. You may safely gaze directly at the sun with these glasses since the filters block at 99.9999% of the sun’s visible light and all of its harmful infrared and ultraviolet light.

  • If the filters have pinholes, or are damaged in any way, do not attempt to look at the sun with them.
  • Do not use the solar eclipse glasses with binoculars or a telescope! Eye damage may result.
  • Never look at the sun without the proper filters! If you do, you may not realize it, but you are damaging your vision. You may not feel immediate pain.

Download this flyer – 2024 Eclipse glasses promo

Astronomy Day Fall

Astronomy Day at Everett Public Library

2019-10-05 10:00 to 16:30

The EAS will be at the Everett Public Library in the Auditorium with displays for the event.

There is a talk scheduled at 2:00 pm, by Mars Rover team member Dr. Melissa Rice, entitled ‘The Past, Present, and Future of Mars Exploration’.

Planetary geologist Melissa Rice reports on the latest research findings from NASA’s Mars exploration program.
This October 5, 2019 Astronomy Day event is co-sponsored with the Everett Astronomical Society and the Everett Public Library.
Astronomy Day is held in the library’s auditorium from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Rice will speak at 2:00 PM.

Rice is an Assistant Professor of Planetary Science at Western Washington University, where she teaches in the Geology Department and the Physics & Astronomy Department.
Her research focuses on the geology and habitability of ancient environments on Mars.
She is a team member on the NASA Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity mission and is part of the team building the Mastcam-Z cameras for the NASA Mars-2020 rover.
Dr. Rice received her Ph.D. in the Department of Astronomy at Cornell University in 2012 and was a Postdoctoral Scholar at the California Institute of Technology until starting at WWU in 2014.

Astronomy Day events will be held from 10am to 4pm.
There will be displays of astronomical telescopes, astronomical binoculars, and accessories; globe models of planets and moons, samples of more than twenty meteorites of several different types (all as old or older than the earth), space rocks that guests can touch and examine, astronomy books, astronomy video programs, skymaps and other hand-outs, information about the increasing impacts of nighttime lighting on the environment.
Weather permitting, there will also be solar sunspot and prominence observing.
All ages are welcome!

For further information, please call 425-257-8000 or visit www.epls.org.

Everett Public Library

Hoyt and Everett

Everett , WA

United States
Washington US

 

Astronomy Day Celebration

2019-10-05 13:00 to 21:30

Join the Santa Fe Stargazers at the Vista Grande Public Library for an afternoon and evening of celebration of this autumn’s National Astronomy Day.

Activities include:

1:00 – 2:30 PM Presentations and hands-on activities tailored for young visitors (VPGL Classroom)
2:30 – 3:30 PM Safe Solar viewing of our nearest neighbor star (VPGL Parking Lot)
8:00 – 9:30 PM Star Gaze: View the Autumn Sky through SFS provided binoculars and telescopes (VPGL Parking Lot)

http://www.santafestargazers.org/event/astronomy-day-celebration/

Astronomy club affiliate hosting event: Astronomy Day

Vista Grande Public Library

14 Avenida Torreon

87508 Santa Fe , NM

United States
New Mexico US

 

Astronomy Day at the Community Observatory

2019-10-05 18:00 to 22:30

Come visit the Community Observatory in Placerville, CA for an evening of presentations, activities, food, Sky Tours, and lots of stargazing! Parking is $2 and the event itself is free. Hope to see you there!

Community Observatory

6699 Campus Drive

95667 Placerville , CA

United States
California US

 

VBAS Astronomy Day 2019

2019-10-19 13:00 to 22:00

On Saturday, October 19 from 1:00-5:00 PM and 7:00-10:00 PM, the Von Braun Astronomical Society will host its annual Astronomy Day at the VBAS facilities in Monte Sano State Park in Huntsville, Alabama. Events will include family fun activities hosted by local science groups, planetarium shows and telescope observing (weather permitting). All activities are free and open to the public.

Von Braun Astronomical Society Observatory and Planetarium

5105 Nolen Ave. SE

35801 Huntsville , AL

United States
Alabama US
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