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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.
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STAR PARTIES

South Plains Astronomy Club Public Events this Month
January 4 (Saturday) .......... Public Star Party, Tech Terrace Park, Lubbock
January 16 (Thursday) .......... South Plains Astronomy Club Monthly Meeting
January 18 (Saturday) .......... Public Star Party, The Meadow, Ransom Canyon
Everyone's Invited! Check the Club Events Page for details.

STAR PARTIES

MESSAGE BOARD
The Message Board is used to post timely information about club events, such as the Saturday Star Walk and the Public Star Parties. For general comments or questions, email us at SPAC@cat-star.org.

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PICTURE OF THE MONTH
False-color image of Sharpless 157 (Lobser Claw Nebula) in Cassiopeia, acquired by Member Craig Patterson.




LAST UPDATED
January 2020

Questions or comments? Email SPAC@cat-star.org