arkansas sky observatory - 2020

Observatory Getting Impacted By Neighbors Trees

2007-2-11Observatory Getting Impacted By Neighbors Trees - posted in Observatories: My backyard observatory pier was put in about 10 years ago I located it there because it had the best amount of sky at the time I later built a deck around it and use it with a roll away shed A lot has changed since I took out a massive tree a bit south of the pier that opened up the skies in the middle of my yard

2020 Meteor Showers

2020-8-18NameDate of PeakMoonQuadrantidsNight of January 3Sets after midnightLyridsNight of April 21NewEta AquaridsNight of May 4/5Sets in the early morningPerseidsNight of August 11In view after midnightDraconidsNight of October 7Out of view in eveningOrionidsNights of October 20/21Sets before midnightLeonidsNight of November 17Just after newGeminidsNight of December 13New

Global Maps

Global Maps Jul 2002 — Feb 2020 Sea Surface Temperature Ocean temperatures can influence weather such as hurricane formation and climate patterns such as El Nio These maps show the temperature at the surface of the world's seas and oceans The Earth Observatory is part of the

About the Society

Founded in 1971 the Central Arkansas Astronomical Society is a member-owned not-for-profit corporation dedicated to promoting amateur astronomy and recreational sky watching in central Arkansas as well as bringing the reality of the universe closer to the general public The membership is diverse in every dimension the one common element being a shared interest in astronomy and science

Arkansas Sky Observatories

Arkansas Sky Observatories (ASO) is a network of four observatories that conduct studies of near Earth asteroids (NEOs) objects that pose a danger of impact at some point to planet Earth ASO began in 1971 located on the south brow of Petit Jean Mountain ASO was one of the first five contributing observatories to the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics network and continues to be a

Arkansas SkyDome Planetarium

-- The Perseids in 2020 --The early evening hours will be moon free however the last quarter moon will rise just after midnight local time Thus as the shower nears its peak the moon will begin to interfere This will wash out the dimmer meteors but under darker country

‏‎Arkansas Sky Observatories‎‏

‏‎Arkansas Sky Observatories‎‏ تحتوي على ‏‏١٬٤٣١‏ من الأعضاء‏ ‏‎WEBSITE: Arkansas Sky Observatories (ASO) has served the scientific and Today is the anniversary of the death at Bradford in the West Riding of Yorkshire on 18 Jul 1742 of the

Arkansas Sky Observatories Public Group

LBN 534 also cataloged as GAL 110-13 and DG 191 is an isolated elongated molecular cloud that spans more than 1 5 degrees in the sky and is located in the north of the Constellation Andromeda is on the edge of the Lacerta OB1 stellar association the cloud is believed to be part of this association a region of star formation

Sky Conditions – Central Arkansas Astronomical Society

River Ridge Observatory Sky Conditions Astrospheric advanced weather forecasting The Weather Underground Infrared Satellite Imagery infrared imagery shows moisture in the air and therefire is a gauge of transparency Estimating Limiting Magnitude Sky Events Sky Almanac This Week's Sky at a Glance U S Naval Observatory Data Services Time and

Links

2020-3-19Astronomy Club of Tulsa Observatory OSU Observatory OU Observatory Arkansas Sky Observatories Keck Observatory Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium Pro-Am Sites Society for Astronomical Sciences Center for Backyard Astrophysics Galaxy Zoo Vendors Astronomics

Arkansas SkyDome Portable Planetarium and Science

Bring the wonders of the night sky and STEM to your school or group with our portable planetarium and mobile science museum! The Arkansas SkyDome portable planetarium and mobile space science museum provides entertaining and educational space programs for schools and organizations across Arkansas and our surrounding states

‏‎Arkansas Sky Observatories‎‏

‏‎Arkansas Sky Observatories‎‏ تحتوي على ‏‏١٬٤٣١‏ من الأعضاء‏ ‏‎WEBSITE: Arkansas Sky Observatories (ASO) has served the scientific and Today is the anniversary of the death at Bradford in the West Riding of Yorkshire on 18 Jul 1742 of the

Night sky map

2020-8-1Note: The sky will appear much the same from other cities at similar latitudes such as New York Paris and Berlin at around 10pm local time The sky appears the same at the start of the month an hour later and at the end of the month an hour earlier We use Virtual Sky a new customizable browser-based planetarium courtesy of Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope Network

Star Gazing in Arkansas

2015-7-9Right here in Arkansas on Petit Jean Mountain Arkansas Sky Observatories conducts educational research and provides opportunities for amateur and professional astronomers to access the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics network Since its founding in 1971 by Dr P Clay Sherrod they have contributed more than 50 000 orbital

Observatory Getting Impacted By Neighbors Trees

2007-2-11Observatory Getting Impacted By Neighbors Trees - posted in Observatories: My backyard observatory pier was put in about 10 years ago I located it there because it had the best amount of sky at the time I later built a deck around it and use it with a roll away shed A lot has changed since I took out a massive tree a bit south of the pier that opened up the skies in the middle of my yard

Public Open Night at the Observatory

2020-6-12The Public Open Night at the Observatory is a chance for people to come observe the night sky through telescopes and see things they otherwise might not get to see and learn some astronomy as well The Open Nights are held most Wednesday evenings throughout the year weather permitting

Observatories in Arkansas

There are 3 astronomical observatories in the state of Arkansas that feature professional telescopes used for astronomy research Not all observatories may be open to the public Please contact them for any public outreach programs Also see Physics Astronomy Colleges in Arkansas

2020 Meteor Showers

2020-8-18NameDate of PeakMoonQuadrantidsNight of January 3Sets after midnightLyridsNight of April 21NewEta AquaridsNight of May 4/5Sets in the early morningPerseidsNight of August 11In view after midnightDraconidsNight of October 7Out of view in eveningOrionidsNights of October 20/21Sets before midnightLeonidsNight of November 17Just after newGeminidsNight of December 13New

Arkansas Sky Observatories

2020-6-9Arkansas Sky Observatories (ASO) has served the scientific and educational community for five decades one of the oldest privately operated observatories in the USA ASO is a major contributor in NEO studies of Near Earth Objects comets and also in the sciences of archeology paleontology earth science and science education of the general public

Exploring Arkansas at Coleman Observatory

On April 7 an AETN film crew arrived at Coleman Observatory to tape footage for an upcoming segment of the program Exploring Arkansas with host Chuck Dovish AOAS members on hand were myself Chuck Larson Joe Roam Linda Miller and Leonard Lynch and what followed was an evening of explaining what amateur astronomy meant to each of us and

Your Guide to the Solar System and the Night Sky

Find information position data and sky charts for Planets Asteroids Comets Interplanetary Probes Use our Observing Guide to plan observations of the Solar System objects visible tonight from your location Create accurate and interactive maps of the sky visible from any location up to the December 31 2099 using our Online Planetarium

Destination Guide: Russellville (Arkansas Pope

Last Update: 2020-08-17 07:23:00 Delve into Russellville Russellville in Pope County (Arkansas) with it's 29 166 habitants is a city located in United States about 920 mi (or 1 481 km) west of Washington DC the country's capital town Current time in Russellville is now 11:55 PM (Monday) The local timezone is named America / Chicago with an