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The South Plains Astronomy Club is a small group of active astronomers who enjoy observing under the beautifully dark West Texas skies while being serenaded by coyotes and night birds. We’re a friendly bunch who enjoy showing newcomers the night skies and discussing the latest in telescopes, astro-imaging, astronomical discoveries and space exploration.

DATA AND ANALYSIS

This page contains summaries of data and analyses that may be useful in planning or conducting astronomical observations. Click on a link to see the document. Use the "Back" button on your browser to return to this page.

A report summarizing the probabilities of getting clear nights on various dates during an average month.
A report describing how lunar phases change from month to month relative to specific dates within a month.




 

 

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