FHSU Astronomy Club

The FHSU Astronomy Club exists to give both students and the public the opportunity to observe the night sky with telescopes located on the Tomanek Hall Observation Deck and in the Albertson Hall astronomy tower. Student members staff the Observation Deck and host public events so that community members may utilize the telescopes.

Observatory hours for the Spring 2014 semester: Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

2014S semester Astronomy Club meetings: Every other Tuesday, starting Jan 28, at 7:00 p.m. in TH201!

Send questions or comments to the club advisors. For more information about student organizations on the FHSU campus, visit the Center for Student Involvement.



Upcoming Events:



Useful Free Software:

Stellarium  (planetarium software)

Celestia  (planetarium/3D space simulation software)

Google Earth  (check out the Sky, Moon, and Mars views)

Useful Links:

Astronomy Picture of the Day 

Sky and Telescope

Space Weather

SLOOH

Space Weather Prediction Center

HUBBLESITE 

Skymaps

Astronomy magazine

ISS Sightings (click on the "+REAL-TIME DATA / ORBITAL TRACKING" tab for ISS location map)

FHSU Clear Sky Chart

FHSU Clear Sky Chart

FHSU Geosciences Weather Station

Western View
DCS 900 #2 West TH 205


Files:

Meade LX200 10" telescope manual

Celestron 14" telescope manual

CGEM DX 14" telescope computerized mount manual

FHSU Astronomy Club Constitution

 

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