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This site is an archive of Seattle Astronomical Society's Website, which was maintained until June of 2013. This site is for historical preservation only.

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This page is for photographs and electronic images taken by members of the Seattle Astronomical Society. These can be astrophotos or CCD images, or they can be down to earth pictures of members, their telescopes, or of club activities. Contributions of your work are welcome! (And sorely needed!). Although the preferred computer format is GIF or JPEG, we can convert from other standard image formats, and some CCD camera formats. We also have club members who can scan print and slide images to produce digital files.

Links to the home pages of many SAS members at other computer sites can be found here. These pages showcase our members' varied astronomical interests

Astronomical Images

 Keith Allred's ST-6 Images

 Lunar Study by Paul Walsh

 Eclipse Animation by Vasuki Seshadri

 CCD Camera Imagery by Mark de Regt

 Solar Study by Bill Torgerson

 Moon shot by Alex Suryan

 Feb 26, 1998 Solar Eclipse by George Best

 Sunspot activity, 9 Sep 1998 by Julie Burger

 Aurora photograph from Jerry West

 Astrophotography by Burley Packwood

 Moon, Planets & Stars by Maxine Nagel

 Eclipse, Aurora and other images by Jim Pryal

Down-to-Earth Images

Green Lake star party

Astronomy Day 2002

Astronomy Day 2003

Pacific Science Center IMAX Launch

Greg Donohue, our "Solar System Ambassador"

Mars event at the University of Washington (Bill Torgerson) (Karen Orders)

Mars event at Green lake (Ute Medley)

P>We need your photos of SAS activities and members' telescopes!

These pages are for "down to earth" photographs and electronic images of club activities, members, and their telescopes. Contributions of your work are welcome! (And sorely needed!). Although the preferred computer format is GIF or JPEG, we can convert from other standard image formats, and some CCD camera formats. We also have club members who can scan print and slide images to produce digital files.

 

YOUR GREATEST ASTRO HITS CAN BE DISPLAYED HERE!

If you are a member of the SAS , and have a home page with material related to astronomy on it (especially your own photos, telescopes, gadgets, etc.), you can have a link to it posted here. Just email us with the URL of your home page and where your astronomical information is located on it.