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The Beautiful “Elephant Trunk”

by Joe Golias We were fortunate enough to have clear skies this past weekend and I managed to do some narrowband imaging from my back yard in Granger, Ohio. I’d like to share with everyone one of my latest CCD … Continue reading

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Partial solar eclipse gets great exposure, reviews

Members of the Cuyahoga Astronomical Association (CAA) were present across the Greater Cleveland Area both hosting and participating in observation of the October 23 partial solar eclipse. The club hosted an event at Voinovich Park in Downtown Cleveland, assisted with … Continue reading

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CAA Annual Convention coming July 26

by William Murmann, CAA President Our officers and board extend a cordial invitation to our club’s Annual Convention at Letha House this coming Saturday, July 26. Registration will start at 2 PM At 3 PM, CAA Past President Mike Williams … Continue reading

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October begins with aurora’s glowing showing

A coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth’s magnetic field during the early hours of October 2, sparking a geomagnetic storm. In North America, auroras spilled across the Canadian border into more than a dozen northern-tier US states, including Northern Ohio. The … Continue reading

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Fireball thrills observers

Published on Sep 28, 2013 Last night, a meteor exploded in the skies above the US midwest. Witnesses report shadows cast upon the ground, unusual sounds, and a swirling contrail marking the aftermath of the blast. A NASA all-sky camera … Continue reading

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Surprise aurora!

Actually, a pair of surprises gave night owl CAA member Christopher Christie a wonderful opportunity: a shot at the “northern lights.” A wonderful aurora spread across the Canadian border and descended into the United States as far south as Colorado and … Continue reading

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Oh, Canada! Yes, we can see you from here!

by Jay Reynolds For years, Suzie Dills has told me about seeing lights across the lake when she walks her dog at night. I always joked that she was making it up (knowing full well that she wasn’t). It wasn’t … Continue reading

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