The Club meets in the Pewaukee Library conference room on the second Wednesday of every month at 7 pm.
Next Meeting: Wednesday, May 8, 2013.
The Club has a "Rain or Shine" presentation on the second Saturday of every month on an astronomy topic. The presentations are given in the Community Room at the Pewaukee Library unless otherwise noted.
The next presentation is entitled "Astronomy from Space: Probes of the Solar System and Beyond", about space probes to the other planets in the solar system and space-based observatories that study the universe beyond the solar system.
The presentation is on Saturday May 11, and will begin at our summer starting time of 8 PM.
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Category Archives: Sky Events
As you might know, the weather did not cooperate for our planned observing session of the total lunar eclipse. What was also unusual was that this eclipse occurred on the night of the winter solstice (the longest night of the … Continue reading
The Geminid meteor shower is about as good of a meteor show as the Perseids are but happens in the cold of winter. It peaked this year at about 2 AM on December 14th while the temperature was sub-zero. Being … Continue reading
As some of you may know, there has been another comet passing near the Earth on its periodic orbital path. It is known as a “short period” comet because it completes one orbit around the sun about every 6 years. … Continue reading
This Saturday, March 13 at 7 PM Greg Buchwald will give a talk entitled “A Dozen Years of Chasing the Shadow: Observing Solar Eclipses” As always, the event is free and open to the public — please join us! Greg … Continue reading
We often speak of the stars as being fixed in the heavens or refer to their motion only in vast time scales compared to our lifetimes. But the things that truly pique our interest in astronomy involve movement. The planets, for … 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