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Welcome: Sirius Lookers!

We are an astronomy club in Sedona Arizona. Anyone with an interest of LOOKING UP, is welcome to attend our meetings and public events. WE are a FREE astro-club, no Memberships dues or Fees. To be on our email list, just drop a line at <dennis@siriuslookers.org> with your name, current email address, and phone number(for contact purposes ONLY).

We meet the third Wednesday each month in the Sedona Public Library located at 3250 White Bear Road Sedona, Arizona 86336. Very often, at the conclusion of the meeting, we may do some observing in the library parking lot for a short while.

Our next scheduled meeting is  — HAS been CANCELLED                                                             NOV 18th.  Sedona Library is still sadly CLOSE for activities.

(Still Tentative. (May be Cancelled)
December. 16th, at Sedona Public Library  – at NEW TIME of 5:00pm –                               PLEASE KEEP IN MINE for other SAFETY -To Wear Mask & have Sanitizer On hand during all of our events Thank YOU..

Please NOTE.. Due to obvious crisis at hand, we have a fluid 
tentative schedule. And EVENTS may be cancel,  including 
Meetings, Star Parties, etc.. Please check back here for 
UPDATES.          Thank You.  
Keep Safe, and Healthy during these sensitive times.

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All related to astronomy our club meetings are very casual and touch upon past and current Astro events, star parties, movies..etc.

WISHING TO NAME a Star in YOUR NAME Or Family Member, or Friend.. Here you can obtain one FREE of Charge (Below)

www.staracle.com

STAR PARTY EVENT as Follows:

 PUBLIC VIEWING — ALL ARE INVITED- FREE EVENT!

 Geminids METEOR SHOWER!  DEC. 13/14th, 8 to 10pm.

Star Party for this event at Schnebly Hill Road Observing Site,(listed)under “Viewing Locations” on our website with directions.    Bring warm clothes(blankets) & chair.

(NOTE- one Week later-2nd StarParty)- Dec. 21st -Monday a very rare conjunction of two Largest Planets- Jupiter/Saturn are SAME view of Telescope! (LESS than half the diameter of Moon away from each other). NOTE on Sunday(12/20/20) night at 6pm. Jupiter has (apparent) *5th Moon! but just a bright star!     AT present, the observing Site(For Monday night ONLY), is also at Schnebly Hill Vista- Directions on our website.

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