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Re: (IAAC) Eastern US: 24 Astronomy Presentations by 15 Different Speakers



Terry.
Thanks for the info. Keep me on you mailing list.
I am forwarding this to the Raleigh Astronomy Club members.
Regards,
Jim A
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Date: 2004/03/02 Tue PM 04:43:03 EST
To: <TNTrees@BellAtlantic.net>
Subject: (IAAC) Eastern US: 24 Astronomy Presentations by 15 Different Speakers

The Laurel Highlands Star Cruise in northeastern West Virginia will offer at
least 24 different presentations by 15 different speakers, June 14 - 20.

Mel Bartels: Ultralight Telescopes of the Pacific Northwest With New Mount
Designs  /  Large Thin Mirror Grinding
Tom Crowley: Amateur Radio Astronomy - Searching for Life Among the Stars
Dr. Steele Hill: The Sun through the Eyes of SOHO
Dr. Noam Izenberg: The MESSENGER Mission to Mercury
Dr. Karen Jensen: Introduction to Amateur Radio Astronomy
Mark Kochte: The Hubble Space Telescope Universe Tour
David Lane: Earth Centered Universe: The Trials, Tribulations, and Rewards
of Developing Astronomy Software for Amateur Astronomers   /  Designing,
Building, and Using a Backyard Observatory for Amateur Research
Ron Ravneberg: The Good Old Days - Amateur Astronomy: 1950-1965
Kerry Smith: Finding a New (or Near New Moon) Using Amateur Radio Astronomy
Techniques

Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh Members:
Art Glaser: The History of Allegheny Observatory from 1860  2004
John Holtz: Beginning Astronomy Classes
Larry McHenry: Observing the Sun  /  Video Astronomy
Dr. Robert Novack: Should You Think About Building Your Own Telescope
Rev. Bill Roemer: Revelation vs. Reason: Can Theology & Science Be Partners?
Dr. Terry Trees: Introduction to Various Types Astronomical Software

Additional details of all the event activities, caterer, dark skies,
vendors, etc. are available at www.LHStarCruise.org

Hope to see you there.

Terry


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