Check out the mail tribue article.

Check out the mail tribue article.

Astronomy clubs welcome enthusiasts of all types. Mail Tribune Article.

We offer the Rogue Valley community many types of fun events: monthly gatherings, star parties, telescope building, and more! We welcome newcomers and visitors to our meetings and star parties. All our meetings and programs are free of charge. Please check the Calendar for details on upcoming events:

Join Us at Science Works in Ashland Oregon for International Observe the Moon Night.

Starting around 6:30. We will have scopes out for getting a good look at the moon.

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Our next club meeting will be October 24th 2018

Come and Help us welcome our guest speakers

Norm Chaffee and James Loftus.

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NOTE : October meeting will take place on the 24th the 4th Wednesday due to the availability of our guest retired NASA Engineer Norm Chaffee.

 

Join us for a presentation by retired NASA engineer Norman H. Chaffee and James Loftus, Wednesday October 24th at 7:00 PM.

Chaffee was deputy division chief for the NASA Propulsion and Power Division, chief engineer for Technical Program Systems Integration and the International Space Station Program, and chief of systems of the Engineering and Integration for the NASA Lunar Mars Exploration Program, and more.

In 1987, Dr. Chaffee was named NASA Engineer of the Year. In 1991, he became deputy chief of the Automation and Robotics division.

Location: North Medford High School Planetarium
FREE
Open to the Public

 

 The Psyche mission is a journey to a unique metal asteroid orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter. What makes the asteroid Psyche unique is that it appears to be the exposed nickel-iron core of an early planet, one of the building blocks of our solar system.

The Psyche mission is a journey to a unique metal asteroid orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter. What makes the asteroid Psyche unique is that it appears to be the exposed nickel-iron core of an early planet, one of the building blocks of our solar system.


 Image of the Month - The moving Sunset.

 The moving Sunset - Winter 2018 - Talent Oregon

The moving Sunset - Winter 2018 - Talent Oregon