SLAS Regular Meeting
Friday, September 18, 2015 7:30pm
October: Pluto - Kari Wojkowski - University of Illinois
AND Future SLAS meetings |
The page linked above has links to descriptions of scheduled future meetings and past meetings for SLAS dating back to 2001
McDonnell Hall, Room 162, Washington University
accessible from Forsyth Blvd. between Tolman Way and Chaplain Drive
All SLAS regular meetings are FREE and
open to the public. SLAS meetings are always held at 7:30 pm on the
3rd Friday of the month at Washington University. See the calendar
links and maps.
SLAS is the recipient of
Astronomy's 2014 Out-of-this-world
Award for outreach
Click to see the announcement
MSRAL 2014 Group Photo
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Quick Observing References
pdf version of Finest Objects for Public Nights
Need an observing challenge this fall and want to have some fun with it, too? This list is for you!
Take the Night Sky Network With You!
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SLAS Web Resources
The SLAS Web Resource Guide
The SLAS Astronomy Resources Handout
SLAS Astrophotography Resource Guide
The Websurfer's Guide to the Universe!Al