The Club meets in the Pewaukee Library conference room on the second Monday of every month at 7 pm.
Next Meeting: Monday, August 14, 2017 at 7 pm.
The next presentation will be on Saturday, August 12, at 7 pm at the Pewaukee Library, entitled "The 2017 Full Solar Eclipse". The upcoming solar eclipse on August 21 will be discussed, including its timing, what is its cause, and what we should expect to happen.
This event is free and is intended for the general public.
Photo of the daym106
- Moon Picture August 25, 2013
- 584 June 11, 2012
- Jupiter Picture from a Web Cam October 26, 2011
- What a lunar eclipse! (too bad it was cloudy) December 23, 2010
- Geminid Meteor Shower – a warmer method to observe! December 19, 2010
Category Archives: Deep Sky
The 600 images collected during the observing session were analyzed photometrically using the capabilities of the MAXIM DL5 software. There are numerous reference/comparison stars available for the analysis as shown on an AAVSO finder chart obtained at http://www.aavso.org/vsp/chart under the … Continue reading
On November 2nd, a new AAVSO Special Notice (#221) arrived in my email inbox. HT Cas is a dwarf nova star in the constellation of Cassiopeia (the one that looks like a “W” and is currently well placed in our … Continue reading
Last Wednesday night we lucked out with clear sky conditions and relatively good seeing to observe something amazing: the transit of an exoplanet! HD80606b is a planet that is four times larger than Jupiter, orbiting one star of a binary … Continue reading
Auriga is the “Charioteer” in the sky, and is quite prominent in the sky now. Its brightest star is Capella. A fairly bright star (3rd magnitude) not far away from Capella called epsilon Aurigae is undergoing one of its unusual … Continue reading
Another nova was tentitively discovered by H. Nishimura in Japan and I went to the observatory Tues night to see if I could confirm it. Yup – its there! I took an AAVSO finder chart wit me, but it was … Continue reading
I spent some time last Saturday evening taking images of some galaxies. I wanted to get a good wide field image of M33 in Triangulum which was nearly overhead. M33 (along with the Andromeda Galaxy) is part of our local … Continue reading
Image of the nova – a star that was not visible there before. A little while back, I subscribed to the special notice bulletins from the American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO). I thought that it might be interesting to … Continue reading