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The Ames Area Amateur Astronomers is a dynamic organization with activities held year-round. Each month at our meeting we present a guest speaker, with exciting lectures about space and astronomy.

   June 17 Meeting

Summer picnic.  We will meet at 6 PM. If the skies are clear we will set up a solar telescope.  After that we will meet to view astrophotos by some of the club's members.  Come and bring a dish to share.
 

 

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This year's Iowa Star Party will be from September 1-5th.  More information coming soon.

   
Comet C/2013 US10 Catalina as seen from Italy.

Solar wind stream hits the Earth's magnetic field on February 16th. There is a 55% chance of it renewing on February 17th. This picture is from Finland.

   
A moonhalo above the Kielder Observatory in the UK.
NASA all sky cameras are tracking meteors above the United States, this is a map of that tracking.
   
 
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