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CalStar 2001 CalStar 2001
Description: The California Star Party is hosted by the San Jose Astronomical Association and will be held on September 13-15, 2001. CalStar is an observing event: No vendors, no food, no concessions, no speakers, no prizes. Just your basic end of season dark sky star party!

Record Last Updated: 23-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1391


Cincinnati Observatory Annual Scope Out Cincinnati Observatory Annual Scope Out
Description: Scope Out is a telescope fair hosted by the nation's oldest observatory. Door prizes are donated by every exhibiting vendor.
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Record Last Updated: 26-Jun-2001 | Clicks: 1441


Laurel Highlands Star Cruise Laurel Highlands Star Cruise
Description: You are invited to the "Laurel Highlands Star Cruise" held at the DARK sky site of Pinehill Campground, off I-68 near Hazelton, WV. Features include guest speakers, special activities, big telescopes, kids activities, food caterer, swap tables & vendors.

Record Last Updated: 1-Jan-2002 | Clicks: 1508


Okie-Tex Star Party Okie-Tex Star Party
Description: The Okie-Tex star party is held annually at what has to be one of the darkiest spots in North America.

Record Last Updated: 18-Oct-2000 | Clicks: 1552


Rocky Mountain Star Stare Rocky Mountain Star Stare
Description: The 17th Annual Rocky Mountain Star Stare is hosted by the Colorado Springs Astronomical Society and will be held June 26-29, 2003. Join us, and enjoy the dark skies and clear views from high in the Rocky Mountains (nearly 9000 feet)!

Record Last Updated: 14-Feb-2003 | Clicks: 1312


Star Party Listings for the US Star Party Listings for the US
Description: Star party list for the USA.

Record Last Updated: 19-Feb-2002 | Clicks: 1570


Stellafane Stellafane
Description: A premier telescope making and star party event held in Springfield, Vermont.
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Record Last Updated: 31-May-2000 | Clicks: 2362


Texas Star Party Texas Star Party
Description: A major star party held annually in Texas. Certainly one of the largest in the world.

Record Last Updated: 31-May-2000 | Clicks: 1513


Western Observer's Website Western Observer's Website
Description: Home site for the Western Observer's Webring. Event listings, webring, news, links, and forum for amateur astronomers in the Western United States.
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Record Last Updated: 22-May-2002 | Clicks: 1328


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