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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
aknight@scaspueblo.com for more
information.
Mailing Address:
Southern Colorado Astronomical Society
PO Box 9023
Pueblo, CO 81008
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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
HERE.
As CSU-Pueblo continues a process of repair on the observatory
the Southern Colorado Astronomical Society continues the
tradition of hosting a Public Night at the facility.  While we cannot
offer the view from a 20-inch telescope, we can offer a view that
nearly rivals that of the large telescope; a view that will help you
Discover Your Inner Astronomer.

Our summer series of Public Night under the Observatory
continues Friday August 17th from 8pm until 10pm and everyone
is invited.  Join us at the base of Observatory Hill as members of
the Southern Colorado Astronomical Society set up state of the art
high power telescopes.  Witness breath taking views of distant
stellar nurseries where stars are being created.  See the most
ancient citizens of our Milky Way Galaxy and Universe, Globular
Clusters, as they gleam from the halo of our galaxy.  Visit the
planets of our solar system where robotic ambassadors from
Earth now conduct research. And if you are lucky watch a
shooting star burn across the sky or see a satellite catch light from
our local star and reflect it to our eyes.  Stories from antiquity for
all to enjoy, NASA handouts to enhance your knowledge of the
night sky and more.  Help us keep a Pueblo tradition alive and
well while the observatory undergoes repair.  Trust us, Your Inner
Astronomer will thank you.