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*The snack providers for the monthly meetings: Spend up to $25 and keep receipts for reimbursement by the treasurer, Bill Gartner.
Bylaws of Central Pennsylvania Observers
BYLAWS OF THE CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA OBSERVERS Article I. NAME The name of the Organization is Central Pennsylvania Observers, also referred to in these bylaws as the Organization or the CPO. Article II. PURPOSE Section 1. Nonprofit Purpose The CPO is … Continue reading
BFSP Directions from State College
Follow the link to Google Maps directions from State College to Cherry Springs. The highlighted route, which goes through Sinnamahoning, avoids all Route 44 construction and takes the same amount of time (from State College) as any other route.
Black Forest Star Party Images Pleiades By Bob Baumbach MilkyWay and camp by David Reasinger Friendly Aliens at Black Forest Star Party M51 by Michael Pelikan Helix Nebula photographed by Bill Arden, October 2017 Following are some photos from the August … Continue reading
Club In Action
February 2020 Howard Bond, pictured on left talking with Wayne, talked about the recent fainting (yes, that’s a term) of Betelgeuse which has heightened interest in variable stars – and that one in particular. photo by Dave Reasinger January 2020 We had … Continue reading
The Central Pennsylvania Observers (CPO) is a small group of amateur astronomers here in the center of our state. We try to actively offer and share our efforts with the community. Our monthly meetings give us a forum to discuss … Continue reading
NEAIC and NEAF
Visit www.rocklandastronomy.com to learn all about NEAF
Announcements and Meetings
Meetings for 2022 May 5, 2022 June 2, 2022 July: no meeting August 4, 2022 September 1, 2022 October 6, 2022 Note to all members. Dues are $20. If you worked at the BFSP, then your dues are already … Continue reading
In the Sky
Updated 8/7/2020 The Summer Triangle is high in the sky. Scorpio is now rising in the early evening and Sagittarius follows throughout the night which brings us a view of the center of our galaxy! Along with Sagittarius Jupiter and … Continue reading