Author Archives: Sean Wood

Last Minute Calendar Change for Stone Mtn Observation

  The FAS has an observation event at Stone Mountain State Park scheduled for tomorrow evening. That event has been canceled due to unfavorable weather conditions. THIS evening though, looks to be almost prime conditions to observe. So, we have … Continue reading

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May Meeting of the Forsyth Astronomical Society 5/23

The Forsyth Astronomical Society will host their next monthly meeting on May 23rd at 7:30 PM at Kaleideum (formerly Sciworks) in Winston-Salem. The program this month will be by Joseph Holmes, a recent graduate of Guilford College, rising graduate student … Continue reading

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Young Astronomers Newsletter May 2017

The Young Astronomers Newsletter The Young Astronomers Newsletter Volume 25 Number 5 May 2017 By Bob Patsiga     In this month’s edition of the newsletter Bob discusses: Updates on the New Horizons mission. How measurements of neutrinos during a … Continue reading

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April Meeting of the Forsyth Astronomical Society 4/25

The Forsyth Astronomical Society will host their next monthly meeting on April 25th at 7:30 PM at Kaleideum (formerly Sciworks) in Winston-Salem. The presentation for this month will be “Chasing Pluto” and in-depth, behind-the -scenes look at the New Horizons … Continue reading

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Forsyth Astronomical Society’s Astronomical April

The FAS has a hectic April in store for all of our friends and followers. We have four public observations scheduled at different venues, Kaleideum North (Sciworks), Yadkin County Park, Pilot Mountain State Park and Stone Mountain State Park. Most … Continue reading

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Young Astronomers Newsletter April 2017

The Young Astronomers Newsletter The Young Astronomers Newsletter Volume 25 Number 4 April 2017 By Bob Patsiga     In this month’s edition of the newsletter Bob discusses: Updates on progress and discoveries by the Mars rovers and lander (Curiosity, … Continue reading

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March Meeting of the Forsyth Astronomical Society 3/28

The Forsyth Astronomical Society will host their next monthly meeting on March 28th at 7:30 PM at Kaleideum (formerly Sciworks) in Winston-Salem. The presentation for this month will be given by club VP Priscilla Ivester on obsolete constellations “Constellations then … Continue reading

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Young Astronomers Newsletter March 2017

The Young Astronomers Newsletter The Young Astronomers Newsletter Volume 25 Number 3 March 2017 By Bob Patsiga     In this month’s edition of the newsletter Bob discusses: Updates for the New Horizons Mission A recent Sky & Telescope article … Continue reading

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February Meeting of the Forsyth Astronomical Society 2/28

The next monthly meeting of the Forsyth Astronomical Society will be held on February 28th at 7:30 PM at Sciworks in Winston salem. The presentation for the evening will be a video review of a PBS special on the history … Continue reading

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Pilot Mountain Public Observation Saturday February 18th

Update 2/24: We are a GO!!!! for our observation tomorrow evening. The weather forecast is calling for showers early tomorrow but clearing off by day’s end and clear skies tomorrow night. If the weather forecast changes abruptly or drastically we … Continue reading

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