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    Upcoming Shows
    Sorry folks but our planetarium is in need of repair. We will let you know when it's up and running again.  (If you haven't already, join our email list by emailing shusterz@hasdpa.net today!)
    Upcoming 2017 Astronomy Events!
    October 7-8 Draconoid Meteor Shower - The exciting thing about this meteor shower is that it is best viewed at night, so you don't have to wake up early in the morning.  Though there are usually few meteors in this shower, rarely there are hundreds of meteors in an hour!  A great reason to enjoy gazing at the stars on a October evening.  (Saturday & Sunday)
    October 21 Orionid Meteor Shower - It's a good year for the Orionid meteor shower as the moon will set early, leaving a dark sky for the early morning meteor shower.  Best after midnight (20-40 per hour at peak), the Orionids are usually best just before dawn and can sometimes produce long tails or even fireballs! (Saturday)
    November 11-12 North Taurids Meteor Shower - Featuring slow moving, bright meteors, watch from late night on November 11 to morning of November 12 for this metor shower.  7 meteor/hour peak (Saturday & Sunday)
    November 17-18 Leonoid Meteor Shower - Another moon-free meteor shower, this one comes from the constellation Leo.  10-15 meteors/hour peak, though there was once a burst of up to 1,000/min for 15 min (Friday & Saturday)
    December 13-14 Geminid Meteor Shower - One of the best meteor showers on Earth!  The moon will be in a waning crescent this year, so it won't affect this shower much either.  The peak is around 2 am.  50 meteors/hour peak (Wednesday & Thursday)

    Learn more about all of these meteor showers and how to view them at http://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/earthskys-meteor-shower-guide 

    Sign up for our email list and receive updates about upcoming shows!  Email shusterz@hasdpa.net to join!
    Shows Available for Your Clubs/Groups 
    Contact Jennifer Bilott (bilottj@hasdpa.net) or Zak Shuster (shusterz@hasdpa.net) to schedule a free community show for your club or group!
    "Stellar" Info and Links
    Download the "Planets" app on your device to easily locate stars, planets, and constellations!
    Subscribe to the EarthSky email list to get daily updates on awesome space stuff!  http://earthsky.org/subscribe 
    Sign up here to get text alerts informing you when the International Space Station can be seen!
    Break out the binoculars and check out these awesome sights!  (Use the Planets app on your phone to help locate them.)
    Why didn't the sun go to college?
    It already had a million degrees! 
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