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San Francisco Bay Area Star Party
November 5, 2011 @ 12:00 am
The Bay Area Science Festival presents
THE 2011 BAY AREA STAR PARTY
The evening of Saturday, Nov. 5th, 2011.
As part of the Bay Area Science Festival (Oct. 29 - Nov. 6), we are throwing a regional "star party" at over 20 different sites on Nov. 5th. Colleges, schools, observatories and science centers around the Bay Area will be open, and both professional and amateur astronomers will be on hand to offer free telescope viewing and observing tips. If the sky is cloudy, many sites will still offer indoor astronomy activities. Some institutions will also have astronomy talks and events that evening, regardless of the weather. The sites are listed below. Everyone is invited to join us for a stellar evening.
Check out the full details of what's happening at each site at: http://www.astrosociety.org/events/starparty.html
California State University, East Bay (in Hayward)
Chabot College (in Hayward)
Chabot Space & Science Center (in Oakland)
The College of San Mateo (and the San Mateo Astronomical Society)
DeAnza College Planetarium (in Cupertino)
Deer Valley High School Planetarium (in Antioch)
Diablo Valley College (in Pleasant Hill)
Evergreen Valley College (in San Jose)
Foothill College and the Peninsula Astronomical Society (in Los Altos Hills)
Hartnell College Planetarium (in Salinas)
Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley
The Lick Observatory (on Mount Hamilton, San Jose)
Mount Diablo Astronomical Society (in Walnut Creek)
Mt. Tamalpais State Park Programs, SF Amateur Astronomers & Wonderfest (on Mt. Tamalpais)
The National Lunar Science Institute & the SETI Institute (at Foothill College, see above)
Newark Memorial High School
San Francisco State University
San Jose Astronomical Association
San Jose State University
Sonoma State University (in Rohnert Park)
University of California, Berkeley Space Sciences Lab & Astronomy Dept. (in San Leandro)
University of California, Santa Cruz Astronomy Department
Other sites may be added.
For more on the full Bay Area Science Festival (with over 100 events in 10 days), see: http://www.bayareascience.org/festival/