Southern Colorado Astronomical Society
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If you are interested in joining the Southern Colorado Astronomical Society
you can click on the link provided,
Membership Form or click on the
Membership Form button and learn more about the benefits of meeting or
any event we have scheduled.  No hand shake to memorize, no special
passwords, heck you don't even need a telescope, just an interest in the
skies above. Contact Alan Knight at for more
Mailing Address:
Southern Colorado Astronomical Society
PO Box 9023
Pueblo, CO 81008
If you are in need of your
astronomy fix, AFM Radio is
your ticket. Astronomy
programming 24/7/365.
for the Astronomer in us all!
We've got a YouTube
channel!  Here you will find
past videos we've produced.
from events and more, find a
Board and follow it if you like.
The first of many domes that
will be installed at the
Southern Colorado
Astronomical Park.  For more
information click
Stargaze at the Lake, Friday July 20th
beginning at 8pm.  Lake Pueblo Visitors

Is that a star or a planet?  What constellation is that?  How close is the nearest star to Earth?  
So many questions when we gaze into the night sky and yet we so enjoy looking up.  For
thousands of years our ancestors gazed towards the heavens; understanding the passing of
the seasons, when to plant the seed and when to harvest the crop, when the longest night was
nigh and when the longest day called for celebration.  Our ancestors had a little astronomer as
part of who they were.  Now we look up and feel lost.  Let’s together Discover Your Inner

The Southern Colorado Astronomical Society holds its popular and successful summer series
Stargaze at the Lake Friday July 20th.  Now in its 7th consecutive season SCAS has educated
hundreds of guests at this weekend escape location.  Join us in the auditorium to start the
night as we teach observing techniques then cover what’s in the sky that evening.  Once we
have finished the power point presentation it’s time to move outside to the highly anticipated
star gaze.  Look through society members telescopes as we tour the jewels found near and far
and learn about those very same treasures.  Trace out constellations, find the north star, learn
that the star you see is actually a planet.  This is free to attend and everyone of all ages is
welcome.   At the end of the night your inner astronomer will thank you.