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November 1999

November SAS Meeting Features Some of Our Own

by George Best
November Meeting

Pat Lewis and Joanne Green
Nic Hallet
Tom and Carol Dempsey
SAS Members

Wednesday, November 17
7:30 p.m.

A-102 Physics-Astronomy Bldg.
University of Washington

Come early at 7 p.m. to visit with your fellow members.

Bring your slides for after the program.

At this month's Seattle Astronomical Society (SAS) meeting, we will hear from our very own members. If you remember at a recent SAS meeting, Guillermo Gonzales mentioned some things about how the moon was formed. There are some opposing theories about the moon's formation. Pat Lewis and Joanne Green will discuss these different theories. They have some interesting things to say and will do so at our November 20 meeting.

Nic Hallett, an old time member of the Seattle Astronomical Society, spends most of his time on Whidbey Island, under the dark island skies. He has prepared a talk called "Observation Tales," which has received some favorable comments. He will be there.

And finally, Tom and Carol Dempsey will share with us their trip to see the August 11 eclipse. They will show us their slides as well.

The Seattle Astronomical Society meeting will be held Wednesday, November 17, at 7:30 p.m. in room A102 of the Physics/Astronomy building on the University of Washington campus, Seattle.

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