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Star Trails and Space Station Track

On a seemingly rare clear night recently in Northeastern Ohio, Cuyahoga Astronomical Association (CAA) member, photographer Alan Studt traveled to Hinckley Lake for a bit of stargazing. CAA members can access Cleveland Metroparks for after-hours astronomy. “Gale and I watched … Continue reading

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Monthly Membership Meeting Monday May 14

The Cuyahoga Astronomical Association (CAA) will conduct its monthly membership meeting on Monday, May 14, beginning at 7:30 PM. The evening’s program is entitled “The Inflationary Hot Big Bang Theory.” The universe is 13.7 billion years old. Our best current … Continue reading

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Impressive early efforts of a beginning telescope user

CAA member John Burkett writes about how he, a person who says he has used a telescope only six times in his life, created images that would be the envy of many a veteran amateur astronomer. Wanting to do astrophotography … Continue reading

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Member’s handiwork helped Hawking view the universe

  The recent death of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking brought back a happy memory for CAA member Joe Golias. Among the accounts of the famous scientist’s life, a photograph and story resurfaced showing Hawking next to a specially-equipped telescope; a … Continue reading

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March 12: Monthly Membership Meeting

The monthly meeting of the Cuyahoga Astronomical Association will take place Monday, March 12, beginning at 7:30 PM. The evening’s program, “Astrophotography and other Cool Pictures,” will be presented by club members Alan and Gale Studt. The couple will present … Continue reading

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Want to see Wednesday’s total lunar eclipse? TV or online are best bet!

A total lunar eclipse will take place in the pre-dawn hours of January 31 but interested viewers in Northeastern Ohio are not well-favored! Weather conditions predicted for Wednesday morning are poor (mostly cloudy, at best) and the timing of the … Continue reading

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Extrasolar star’s turbulent surface imaged

Astronomers using ESO’s Very Large Telescope have for the first time directly observed granulation patterns on the surface of a star outside the Solar System — the ageing red giant π1 Gruis. This remarkable new image from the PIONIER instrument … Continue reading

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