Because our regular meeting place is closed in accordance with COVID-19 restrictions, meetings of the Cuyahoga Astronomical Association (CAA) are taking place via the popular Zoom service.
The title of tonight’s talk is “Our Amazing Moon” presented by our local lunar expert Bill Murmann. He will discuss our nearest neighbor in space and the critical role it plays in our lives, and the possible role it may play in our future.
Here is how to attend the October 12 meeting via Zoom when “doors open” t 7:20 p.m. —
Either “Phone in” or watch and participate via “Zoom Video”.
Phone In: Just dial: 1-312-626-6799 (Chicago number)
You will be required to enter our Meeting Number: 987 496 1637
Zoom Video with video and audio, on your web browser. (No camera required)
https://csuohio.zoom.us/j/9874961637 (No password to enter)
If you are tech-savvy, go to Zoom.com, you can download and install their app on your phone, tablet, or computer, then join our meeting using the Meeting Number given above.
7:20 Meeting will be opened to everyone. (Socializing is welcomed!)
7:30 Opening Announcement will be made (All will be muted)
Introduction of President for commentary
Vice President will introduce our speaker for the evening
Speaker will ‘take the floor’. (No questions during the presentation)
Question & Answer session (Please be patient, it does take time to manipulate)
8:20 (ish) President calls the CAA Business Meeting to Order (All Muted)
At conclusion of the meeting, everyone is welcome to stay to socialize.