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Amateur Clubs

  • Astronomy Club of Tulsa (1,436)
    The Astonomy CLub of Tulsa has been active in Tulsa and it's surrounding communities for over fifty years. They are dedicated to providing a public forum for scientific research, informational exchange, and social interaction for individuals interested in the science and hobby of astronomy. They promote the public's awareness of astronomy and space related activities, events, and research. The Astronomy Club of Tulsa has been supportive of the efforts of the AOAS, and we would like to support their efforts as well!
  • Austin Astronomical Society (1,280)
    The Austin Astronomical Society (AAS) is a club for people who are interested in any aspect of astronomy or the space sciences. We exist to provide a forum for like-minded individuals to share their love of the sky and their desire to explore it, both with other club members and with the public.
  • Central Arkansas Astronomical Society (487)
    CAAS covers the Little Rock area, and has an active core membership. AOAS considers CAAS to be one of our "sister" clubs in the State of Arkansas. They help support many of our activities and also support the Astronomical Luage and International Dark Sky Association.
  • Night Sky Info (1,969)
    Weekly information about the night sky, astronomy articles and observations.
  • Red River Astronomy Club (523)
    Our friends at the Red River Astronomy Club cover the Texarkana area, with active members in three states: Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. RRAC holds several good star parties a year at their great dark-sky observing site near Nashville, AR.
  • Utah Skies (2,243)
    A valuable on-line resource for all things astronomical. Messier, Caldwell, The Solar System. Sign up for our free weekly E-Zine, The Utah Skies Report. Lots of light pollution information

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