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The Delaware Astronomical Society's purpose is to encourage interest in and share our passion for astronomy. We do so throughout the year partly through star parties, a monthly on-line newsletter and having interesting guest speakers from various fields of astronomy at our meetings. These are only a few of our offerings to the members of DAS and the public at large. On this site, you will find our calendars, much more club information, items of interest to amateur astronomers, and lots of other information. Membership is not required to attend our meetings. Information on joining DAS is available at How to Join DAS.

Upcoming Events and Activities

Apr
16

April 16, 2015 - April 17, 2015

Devoted to all aspects of Astronomical Imaging, this two-day event hosts workshops & lectures by prominent professional & amateur astro-imagers.Click here for more information about this event.

Apr
18

April 18, 2015 - April 19, 2015

World’s Largest Astronomy Expo - Bringing you the Universe in two exciting event-packed days, NEAF is renowned worldwide as the ultimate astronomy experience. Nowhere else can you find so much in one place or at one time.
Click here for more information about this event.

Apr
21

April 21, 2015 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Topic: Needle in a Haystack: The Search for 1A Supernova by Dr. Steve Walters, IEEE Fellow and author of CCDWare, The Ultimate Image Session Planning Solution.
DAS Board meeting at 7PM, all are welcome.
General meeting at 8PM.
Download The FOCUS for full club details and more information.

Apr
25

April 25, 2015 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Free with admission.Enjoy hands-on activities, meet space specialists & scientists, and celebrate Hubble’s legacy. Click here for more information.

Apr
25

April 25, 2015 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Bellevue State Park offers a late afternoon of Solar Observing through telescopes properly filtered for observing the Sun, followed by an evening of stargazing as DAS shows constellations and gives an introduction to observing the night sky. Equipment will be available, or you may bring your own. Red-filtered lights only please. No fee for this program. Call the Park to pre-register 302-761-6963. Meet in the Hunter Barn parking lot.
Click here for more information.

For more event information please see the Calendar
DAS Members and guests are welcome to convene at the Sawin Observatory or another site where observing and imaging sessions take place on clear sky nights. Dates will post on the DAS Yahoo Group as weather permits.
Special Interest Groups’ (SIG) gatherings, which include developing the skill-sets for Astrophotography and Telescope Making (ATM), will post advisories to DAS members who join the DAS SIG through email.

 

Featured Articles

Comet Lovejoy In the Sky
Published: 12-16-2014 Hits: 298
Please, click here to read about How to See Comet Lovejoy as it travels through our Solar System. Photo by Rob Lancaster, DAS VP, Web Designer, Program Chair
DAS 2015 Dinner Meeting
Published: 03-03-2015 Hits: 195
  After the great success of the 2014 Dinner Meeting, we will be holding this year's meeting in a similar fashion! The price will remain $20 per person We will hold it at the ...
DelMarva's Fall Stargaze
Published: 10-12-2014 Hits: 341
DASers gathered at Tuckahoe State Park, MD for the Fall No Frills Stargaze of the DelMarva Stargazers held from September 18 to 21, 2014. Arriving Thursday afternoon about 3PM, I had my tent set up ...
Hubble Still Captivates After 25 Years
Published: 10-22-2014 Hits: 270
Surreal Stars: After 25 Years NASA's Hubble Telescope Still Unlocks Celestial Mysteries Click here to see.    
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