Date   
Re: Tonight's Star Party is back on as originally planned!

William Shaheen
 

PS: I'll have the gate open at 5:30pm. Sunset is at 6:04.

Note attached. 

Bill



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On Sat, Oct 5, 2019, 10:47 AM SuperMtn Astro via Groups.Io <supermtnastro=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
I am very pleased to report that thanks to our friends at Peralta Trail Elementary School, Natalie and Lutfiyah, the previously reported problem has been resolved and we are back on for this evening. We look forward to seeing you under the stars.

Thanks, everyone!

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Tonight's Star Party is back on as originally planned!

 

I am very pleased to report that thanks to our friends at Peralta Trail Elementary School, Natalie and Lutfiyah, the previously reported problem has been resolved and we are back on for this evening. We look forward to seeing you under the stars.

Thanks, everyone!

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Saturday, October 5 Star Party Cancellation

 

Due to logistical difficulties encountered with the gate at the school yard, we regrettably need to cancel the Star Party at Peralta Trail Elementary School scheduled for Saturday, October 5th.

Hope to see you on Saturday, November 2nd at Lost Dutchman State Park.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

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Public Star Party at Peralta Trail Elementary School - Saturday, October 5, 2019

 

Correction to previous email: the date of the upcoming star party is Saturday, October 5th

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I.e., 
Welcome to Fall and our first event of the 2019-2020 observing season. On Saturday, October 5th, we will host a regularly scheduled public star party at Peralta Trail Elementary School from 7:00 to 9:00pm.   

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Public Star Party at Peralta Trail Elementary School - Saturday, September 4, 2019

 

Welcome to Fall and our first event of the 2019-2020 observing season. On Saturday, September 4th, we will host a regularly scheduled public star party at Peralta Trail Elementary School from 7:00 to 9:00pm. 

At this point, the weather looks very promising with evening temperatures in the 60s to low 70s. 

The Moon will be 50% illuminated (First Quarter) and as such will provide us with terrific views of lunar craters along what's called the "terminator" (the shadow line separating lunar day and night). Saturn will be visible a short 3° to the upper right of the Moon and should make for a beautiful pairing, even without a telescope; in fact especially without a telescope (bring binoculars if you can.) As the Moon and Saturn settle in the Western sky, Cygnus the Swan will be easily visible, along with the Milky Way, and a nice telescopic target - M27, the Dumbell Nebula, along with the rich star fields and nebulae towards the center of the Galaxy. 

For a recap of the current status and schedule, visit: http://supermtnastro.com/  (Current schedule attached.)
   
The event will be at the same Peralta Trail Elementary School location as in the past, on the basketball court. But, please park in the school parking lot.
               
For a map with directions and instructions, visit: http://supermtnastro.com/maps-and-directions (Scroll down to the Peralta location).
Dress warm, bring something to sit on (we have no seating), and bring a red covered flashlight. (We can help you with that.)
While at the website, be sure to check out our updated Meet the Astronomers page to see what they look like when not peering into an eyepiece, in the dark.
    
The directions to park in the school parking lot are intended for the visiting public. Members bringing telescopes and other equipment may drive through the gate and park in the observing area, i.e., the basketball court. Please arrive before dark.

For those needing handicap access, you may drive through the gate and park on the left, before reaching the observing area on the basketball court.
Although, in that case, we do ask that you arrive before dark so your headlights will not pose a distraction.  
           
 
For further Star Party information and details, see the schedule  here: http://supermtnastro.com/  
 
And, again, for a map and directions, see: http://supermtnastro.com/maps-directions

Thank you and as always we look forward to seeing you under the stars.

William Shaheen,on behalf of our Observers                 
Superstition Mountain Astronomical League®    

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Superstition Mountain Astronomical League 2019-2020 Schedule of Events

 

The Superstition Mountain Astronomical League is again pleased to submit to the community its public schedule for the 2019-2020 astronomical observing season.
This will be our 9th season of proudly hosting these events, the first being in 2010. The club was founded in 2009. For those of you new to the process, an email will be sent each month with details of the upcoming star party.

In response to the enormously gratifying and growing attendance at Lost Dutchman State Park in recent months, we're going to do things a little differently this season.
Rather than alternate locations between Peralta Trail Elementary School and Lost Dutchman State Park, we will host the Lost Dutchman State Park events in the late Fall, Winter and early Spring when we have our winter members available to participate with their telescopes. And, the October, April and May sessions will be held at the Peralta Trail elementary School.
We will of course continue to support the school's STEAM night, which is hosted by the school staff. We have also invited members of the
East Valley Astronomy Club, with its several veteran observers, to join us.   

All events listed in the attached schedule are open to the public, of course. Note that the Lost Dutchman State Park has a per vehicle entrance fee, unless you have a park pass, which is a bargain in itself. The annual pass also gets you access to all Arizona State Parks.  You can learn more by visiting: http://azstateparks.com/   

We also now have a Facebook Group - the Superstition Mountain Astronomical League Group, which you can find here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/721513788308145/ .
This FB group will enable anyone to leave comments, questions or star party feedback and will have a link to our main portal website, https://supermtnastro.com/ .

Special event: Transit of Mercury November 11th.
We are in the process of planning a special event - the planet Mercury passing in front of the Sun. We had similar observing events (can't really call it a "star party", even though the Sun is a star) in 2012 for the Transit of Venus and in 2016 for another transit of Mercury. Details to follow by way of the Notification email group and, of course, Facebook.

As usual, there may be as yet unscheduled (yet-to-be-scheduled) activities, such as Sun Parties (for solar observing) and a possible asteroid fly-by.
To be informed of these “impromptu” happenings, please join our public Notification group by visiting https://groups.io/g/SuperMtnAstro-Notify/join and submitting your email address.

Lastly, we have an email address to respond to any questions/comments: supermtnastro@... , shown below, and you can contact us at that address.

Local newspaper editors (CC'ed) are requested to publish a notice prior to each event. If you wish me to send you a request/reminder in advance of each event, just let me know. 
 
We look forward to seeing you under the stars.

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Re: Fw: Aug 3 - Perseid Tips, Top Stories

William Shaheen
 

This was also sent to our community Notify group.

Bill

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On Sat, Aug 3, 2019 at 5:14 AM SuperMtn Astro via Groups.Io <supermtnastro=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Passing along the August edition of a very informative monthly e-magazine many of us in the club receive. 
You can subscribe to your own copy using this button Click here to get your own subscription!  (If this does not come through as a link, you can find it near the bottom.)



From: EarthSky News <deborahbyrd@...>
Subject: Aug 3 - Perseid Tips, Top Stories
 
Aug 3
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Becky Gillum captured Perseid meteors over the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina in August 2018. Share your 2019 meteor photos with EarthSky.
Top 10 tips for watching 2019's Perseid meteors
The 2019 Perseid meteor shower will likely peak before dawn August 11, 12 and 13, unfortunately under the light of a bright moon. But the shower is already rising to its peak. Tips here for getting the most from this year's Perseid shower.
Chandrayaan-2 successfully completes 3rd orbit-raising maneuver
India's 2nd moon mission, Chandrayaan-2, successfully carried out its 3rd orbit-raising maneuver last Monday. Its goal is to land on the moon September 7. Read more.
August guide to the bright planets
You can easily find Jupiter and Saturn at nightfall this month. They stay out well into the night. Look for Mercury as the morning darkness gives way to dawn. Mars and Venus are lost in the sun's glare all month. Read more.
More top stories

ESA and ESO confirm asteroid will miss Earth in September

Perseid meteors 2019: All you need to know

Delta Aquariid meteors peak around now

The black hole disk that shouldn't exist

Dark Rift in the Milky Way

Meet a family of NASA space robots

Joshua trees facing extinction

Why do birds sing?

How fireflies glow, and what signals they’re sending
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In early August … Spot the young moon
The moon will be easily visible to all this weekend, a lovely sight in the western twilight sky. Watch for the soft glow of earthshine on the dark side of the crescent moon. Read more
Top 10 tips for watching 2019's Perseid meteors
View at EarthSky Community Photos. | Our friend Steven Sweet of the popular Facebook page Lunar 101-Moon Book caught the returning young moon last night from Port Credit, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Thanks, Steven! It's this very moon that'll have waxed to a gibbous phase - more than half lighted but less than full - to appear bright in the sky on the mornings of the Perseids' 2019 peak. Here's how to get the most from this year's shower.
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Fw: Aug 3 - Perseid Tips, Top Stories

 

Passing along the August edition of a very informative monthly e-magazine many of us in the club receive. 
You can subscribe to your own copy using this button Click here to get your own subscription!  (If this does not come through as a link, you can find it near the bottom.)



From: EarthSky News <deborahbyrd@...>
Subject: Aug 3 - Perseid Tips, Top Stories
 
Aug 3
Perseid Tips,
Top Stories
FaceBookShare
TwitterShare
color-instagram-96.png
color-link-96.png
Becky Gillum captured Perseid meteors over the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina in August 2018. Share your 2019 meteor photos with EarthSky.
Top 10 tips for watching 2019's Perseid meteors
The 2019 Perseid meteor shower will likely peak before dawn August 11, 12 and 13, unfortunately under the light of a bright moon. But the shower is already rising to its peak. Tips here for getting the most from this year's Perseid shower.
Chandrayaan-2 successfully completes 3rd orbit-raising maneuver
India's 2nd moon mission, Chandrayaan-2, successfully carried out its 3rd orbit-raising maneuver last Monday. Its goal is to land on the moon September 7. Read more.
August guide to the bright planets
You can easily find Jupiter and Saturn at nightfall this month. They stay out well into the night. Look for Mercury as the morning darkness gives way to dawn. Mars and Venus are lost in the sun's glare all month. Read more.
More top stories

ESA and ESO confirm asteroid will miss Earth in September

Perseid meteors 2019: All you need to know

Delta Aquariid meteors peak around now

The black hole disk that shouldn't exist

Dark Rift in the Milky Way

Meet a family of NASA space robots

Joshua trees facing extinction

Why do birds sing?

How fireflies glow, and what signals they’re sending
Thank you all for shopping at The EarthSky Store! Your support helps EarthSky keep going.

Kids tees, long sleeved tees, toys, and more. Your support means the world to us and allows us to keep going. Click here to shop.
In early August … Spot the young moon
The moon will be easily visible to all this weekend, a lovely sight in the western twilight sky. Watch for the soft glow of earthshine on the dark side of the crescent moon. Read more
Top 10 tips for watching 2019's Perseid meteors
View at EarthSky Community Photos. | Our friend Steven Sweet of the popular Facebook page Lunar 101-Moon Book caught the returning young moon last night from Port Credit, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Thanks, Steven! It's this very moon that'll have waxed to a gibbous phase - more than half lighted but less than full - to appear bright in the sky on the mornings of the Perseids' 2019 peak. Here's how to get the most from this year's shower.
Submit your photo to EarthSky here!
Did a friend forward EarthSkyNews to you? Click here to get your own subscription!
Like us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Instagram
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Facebook SMAL Group

William Shaheen
 

Up to now I've been using a "Page" on FB to communicate to that audience (Facebook users). Unfortunately, Facebook treats it like a business. So, I added a Group.

If you're a Facebook user, you can join here:

Thanks!
Bill

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50 Years Ago (courtesy NASA)

William Shaheen
 


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Public Star Party at Lost Dutchman State Park - Saturday, June 8, 2019

 

Season finale! This coming Saturday, June 8th, we will host our final scheduled public Star Party for this season, to be held at Lost Dutchman State Park from 8:00 to 10:00pm MST. (Current schedule attached.)

The weather forecast looks very good and the temperatures appear to be comfortable, according to the current 10-day forecast, seen here:

We recommend checking the website, http://supermtnastro.com/, later in the week. If there are any changes, a notification email will be sent.

As usual, we will be located in the Saguaro Day Use area parking lot.
Please see the Map and Directions page here: http://supermtnastro.com/maps-directions

The predicted temperature looks to be ideal in the evening. So, accordingly, bring something to sit on (we have no seating), and bring a red covered flashlight. (We can help you with that.)
 
We do ask that visitors park in either the Cholla Day Use area or its Overflow Parking Lot, across the road (see link to map above) and not drive through the telescope observing area, in order to avoid the distraction of headlights. 

Parking in the Saguaro Day Use area, where telescopes will be set-up, is reserved for club members who will be hosting and bringing equipment.
 
Lost Dutchman State Park staff will be present to assist and direct visitors to the appropriate parking area and we are grateful to them.
 
Note  - Lost Dutchman State Park assesses a $7 per vehicle entrance fee, except for hosts, presenters and volunteers, unless you have an annual pass, which is good for ALL Arizona State Parks.

You can purchase an annual pass at the park, or visit http://azstateparks.com/ for more information.  
 
For further Star Party information and details, see the schedule here: http://supermtnastro.com/  
 
And, again, for a map with directions and instructions, please visit: http://supermtnastro.com/maps-directions
 
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you under the stars.
 
William Shaheen                 
Superstition Mountain Astronomical League®

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Revised SP Schedule

William Shaheen
 

Please note that the June Star Party announced in today's AJ/GC News will be held on the 8th of the month and not the 1st. (It had been originally scheduled for the 1st but has since been changed.)

You can visit https://supermtnastro.com/ for the current schedule, copy attached.

Thanks and hope to see you on this coming Saturday, May 4th, at Peralta Trail Elementary School. The weather looks to be great.

Bill


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Public Star Party at Peralta Trail Elementary School - Saturday,May 4, 2019

 

Next Saturday, May 4th, we will host a scheduled public star party at Peralta Trail Elementary School from 8:00 to 10:00pm.

At this point, the weather looks very promising with evening temperatures in the low 60s. 

The Moon will be new and hence nothing to see there. But, faint objects will be more easily visible.
Facing due south, the constellation of Leo the Lion, rich in galaxies and double stars, will be nearly directly overhead. The Big Dipper will be high in the sky towards the North. 

For a recap of the current status and schedule, visit: http://supermtnastro.com/  (Current schedule attached.)
   
The event will be at the same Peralta Trail Elementary School location as in the past, on the basketball court. But, please park in the school parking lot.
               
For a map with directions and instructions, visit: http://supermtnastro.com/maps-and-directions (Scroll down to the Peralta location).
Dress warm, bring something to sit on (we have no seating), and bring a red covered flashlight. (We can help you with that.)
While at the website, be sure to check out our updated Meet the Astronomers page to see what they look like when not peering into an eyepiece, in the dark.
    
The directions to park in the school parking lot are intended for the visiting public. Members bringing telescopes and other equipment may drive through the gate and park in the observing area, i.e., the basketball court. Please arrive before dark.

For those needing handicap access, you may drive through the gate and park on the left, before reaching the observing area on the basketball court.
Although, in that case, we do ask that you arrive before dark so your headlights will not pose a distraction.  
           
 
For further Star Party information and details, see the schedule  here: http://supermtnastro.com/  
 
And, again, for a map and directions, see: http://supermtnastro.com/maps-directions
 
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you under the stars.

William Shaheen                 
Superstition Mountain Astronomical League®       

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Last Night's Star Party at Lost Dutchman

William Shaheen
 

Please let us know if you were there, along with any comments.
You can reply to wjshaheen@....


Thanks,
Bill
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Public Star Party at Lost Dutchman State Park - Saturday, April 6, 2019

 

This coming Saturday, April 6th, we will host a newly scheduled public Star Party at Lost Dutchman State Park from 8:00 to 10:00pm. (Current schedule attached.)
The weather forecast looks acceptable (partly cloudy) and the temperatures appear to be comfortable, according to the current 10-day forecast, seen here:

We recommend checking the website, http://supermtnastro.com/, later in the week. If there are any changes, a notification email will be sent.

As usual, we will be located in the Saguaro Day Use area parking lot.
Please see the Map and Directions page here: http://supermtnastro.com/maps-directions

The predicted temperature looks to be cool in the evening. So, dress warm, bring something to sit on (we have no seating), and bring a red covered flashlight. (We can help you with that.)
 
We do ask that visitors park in either the Cholla Day Use area or its Overflow Parking Lot, across the road (see link to map above) and not drive through the telescope observing area, in order to avoid the distraction of headlights. 

Parking in the Saguaro Day Use area, where telescopes will be set-up, is reserved for club members who will be hosting and bringing equipment.
 
Lost Dutchman State Park staff will be present to assist and direct visitors to the appropriate parking area.
 
Note  - Lost Dutchman State Park assesses a $7 per vehicle entrance fee, except for hosts, presenters and volunteers, unless you have an annual pass, which is good for ALL Arizona State Parks, including Boyce-Thompson Arboretum.

You can purchase an annual pass at the park, or visit http://azstateparks.com/ for more information.  
 
For further Star Party information and details, see the schedule here: http://supermtnastro.com/  
 
And, again, for a map with directions and instructions, please visit: http://supermtnastro.com/maps-directions
 
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you under the stars.
 
William Shaheen                 
Superstition Mountain Astronomical League®

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Peralta Trail Elementary Star Party re-scheduled to Saturday, March 16.

 

The March 9 event that was canceled due to weather has been rescheduled to Saturday, March 16th and renamed a Moon Party!

We will have what is known as a waxing gibbous Moon and as such you will see craters that many of you have not seen before.
In spite of the bright Moon, we will still be able to view the brighter stars and star clusters. But, the Moon itself will be a real treat.

We're excited about this new event and hope to see you "under the Moon". 

As always, you can visit https://supermtnastro.com/ for further details.

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Peralta Trail Elementary Star Party for March 9, 2019 - Canceled

 

Much to our regret, Tonight's star party is canceled.  

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Tomorrow's Weather Forecast

 

Tomorrow's weather forecast is not very encouraging. But, you never know.

Before heading out to Peralta Trail Elementary, check your emails and/or visit the website: https://supermtnastro.com/

Of course, you can always look out the window. But, we sometimes make an appearance in spite of the weather. So, it's best to check first.

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Public Star Party at Peralta Trail Elementary School - Saturday, March 9, 2019

 

On Saturday, March 9, we will host a newly scheduled public star party at Peralta Trail Elementary School from 7:30 to 9:30pm.

At this point, the weather looks like it usually does this time of year (i.e., iffy). But, Saturday does show a possible break. 

We will have a very nice thin, waxing crescent Moon showing craters in detail and possibly Earthshine (Earth's reflected sunlight illuminating the side of the Moon facing us). The constellation of Orion (The Hunter) will be very well placed for viewing, along with its surrounding attractions, such as the Orion nebula and constellations Gemini, Auriga and Canis Major, to name a few. This is a sky very rich in clusters and multiple star systems. And since the Moon is so thin and so far towards the West, we hope to have a prominently visible Milky Way. The planet Uranus will be just to the upper right of the Moon. Mars will make an appearance directly above the Moon when you are facing West. 

For a recap of the current status and schedule, visit: http://supermtnastro.com/  (Current schedule attached.)
   
The event will be at the same Peralta Trail elementary school location as in the past, on the basketball court. But, please park in the school parking lot.
               
For a map with directions and instructions, visit: http://supermtnastro.com/maps-and-directions (Scroll down to the Peralta location).
Dress warm, bring something to sit on (we have no seating), and bring a red covered flashlight. (We can help you with that.)
While at the website, be sure to check out our updated Meet the Astronomers page to see what they look like when not peering into an eyepiece, in the dark.
    
The directions to park in the school parking lot are intended for the visiting public. Members bringing telescopes and other equipment may drive through the gate and park in the observing area, i.e., the basketball court. Please arrive before dark.

For those needing handicap access, you may drive through the gate and park on the left, before reaching the observing area on the basketball court.
Although, in that case, we do ask that you arrive before dark so your headlights will not pose a distraction.  
           
 
For further Star Party information and details, see the schedule  here: http://supermtnastro.com/  
 
And, again, for a map and directions, see: http://supermtnastro.com/maps-directions
 
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you under the stars.
       

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AJ/GC Independent publishes new SP schedule

William Shaheen
 


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