|Southern Colorado Astronomical Society
|If you would like to become a member of the Southern Colorado
Astronomical Society you can click on the link provided, Membership Form or
click on the Membership Form button and learn more about the benefits of
becoming a member. Bring the form to the next SCAS Pueblo monthly
meeting or any event we have scheduled. No hand shake to memorize, no
special passwords, heck you don't even need a telescope, just an interest in
the skies above. Contact any board member for more information.
Southern Colorado Astronomical Society
PO Box 9023
Pueblo, CO 81008
|The SCAS Pueblo Website will be going through a
reconstruction phase over the next few months,
we do apologize for any inconsistancies related
to the rebuild process. Please remember to
refresh your browser from time to time when
visiting the site.
|If you are in need of your
astronomy fix, AFM Radio is
your ticket. Astronomy
for the Astronomer in us all!
|We are very proud to be a member of the
StarTalk Radio Show network featuring
Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Below is a
player that will allow you to listen to
recent podcasts. We hope you
|SCAS 2014 Promo
|The Astronomical Picture of the
Month January 2014 winners are:
|Please visit the APOM page to see the
new entires for the month of February.
Check back periodically as we will be
adding more pictures to the APOM
page as they arrive.
|Please Note the March 18th Astro SIG meeting is not a viewing event. This block of instruction
will focus on use of the observatory imaging system and other means by which
astrophotography can be accomplished at the observatory. Due to the limited space available
inside the observatory the class size will be limited. Additionally you must be a Observatory
Certified SCAS member to operate the observatory as per our agreement with CSU-P.
Questions concerning membership should be directed to Alan Knight at
|Thank you to all that attended and staffed the Jupiter and Orion Nebula viewing event at
the Pueblo Nature Center. We had a wonderful time visiting with everyone and sharing our
night sky. Don't forget April 25th is our first Public Night at the CSU-P Observatory. Visit
the April calendar for times.