This month’s meeting will feature a discussion of basic photography of the night sky – the tools needed and the methods required. Do you have a DSLR and a tripod? Then you can probably take photos like this one (taken last year at Fishtrap) and that’s just the beginning.
The weather is just a bit too crazy and SFCC has closed the campus as of 2pm Friday. See you next month! Watch our Facebook page and / or mailing list for updates.
Welcome to the Spokane Astronomical Society. We are located in Spokane, Washington. As a non-profit and volunteer-run organization, we are dedicated to promoting enjoyment and education in astronomy and astronomy-related topics throughout the Inland Northwest.
The SAS General Meeting is at 7:30 pm on the first Friday of each month. Learn more at our Meetings page.
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We observe monthly at the club dark site. We also have equipment available for member use. Check out the Resources and Events tabs above for more information, or see our observing resources