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The Evansville Indiana Astronomical Society Website

EAS President Tony Bryan captured both the corona and bright pink prominences during the Great American Eclipse on August 21st, from the James Bruce Convention Center near Hopkinsville, KY.

For more pictures of the eclipse taken by EAS members Click Here

The September regular meeting will be at the Observatory on September 15th at 7:30pm. The next Public Star Watch will be at the Observatory on September 23rd at 7:30pm. See the 2017 EAS schedule for more details.
Inside the telescope dome at Wahnsiedler Observatory,Lynnville, Indiana. #theta360 - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA
Lecture Hall at Wahnsiedler Observatory, Lynnville Park.#theta360 - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

Here you will find interesting information about:
  • what the EAS is doing locally to promote the hobby of astronomy
  • Meeting and Event Schedule (see link for 2017 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE below)
  • Links to other astronomy sites
  • What's new in the night sky
  • How to join the EAS
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(get a Membership Application Here)

To see the EAS newsletter Click Here

To see the EAS brochure with general information about the club and tentative 2017 calendar of events Click Here

 
 
 

PSW - PUBLIC STAR WATCH (NO CHARGE, DONATIONS APPRECIATED).

SPECIAL TOURS/OBSERVING UPON REQUEST.

THE ABOVE EVENTS ARE SUBJECT TO MINOR CHANGES. CALL AN OFFICER IF IN DOUBT ABOUT ANY EVENT. ALL THE ABOVE EVENTS UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE WILL BE HELD AT THE EAS OBSERVATORY IN LYNNVILLE PARK. ALL EAS MEETINGS ARE FOLLOWED BY A SHORT PROGRAM BY A MEMBER OR GUEST SPEAKER.

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO MEETINGS AT NO CHARGE.

EVANSVILLE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY

LOCATED IN LYNNVILLE PARK, LYNNVILLE, IN.

 

The Evansville Astronomical Society meets on the 3rd Friday of every month at 7:30 PM (except June - we have a picnic).
[Winter weather can cause cancellation - e-mail an officer to be sure or call 812-604-7164] Each meeting is followed by a short program
by a member or guest speaker. Meetings and Public Star Watches are FREE to the public.

Special tours and observing are available on request. Email the President.
You can JOIN NOW if you wish!

Solar Report:

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Geomagnetic Field:
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Revised: August 1, 2017
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