Lunch for Attendees that paid for meals is set for Friday through Monday. Here is the Food Menu for reference.
Friday, 4:00-5:30 pm on the Yurt deck
Bring your astronomy, observing, or space-related items to sell. Bring your cash to get those items you need. Bring more cash for the items you want. Bring even more to get items you didn’t even know exist.
All transactions will be simply private between buyers and sellers. Sellers should stay with their items as long as they are on display.
Dinner for the attendee that paid for food as part of their registrations. Here is the Food Menu for seeing what is being prepared for each meal.
Richard Wright / Software Bisque
6:30 p.m. — Embedded imaging: The future of astrophotography
Informal Visual Observing
Evenings, Friday through Sunday. Meet on the Yellow Observing Field (look for the red marker light).
This will be available every night at dusk to chat with beginners on a variety of observing topics. This informal get-together could cover anything from how to locate and recognize deep sky objects, types of objects to observe, tips on seeing faint objects, etc. Beginners questions will steer the topics discussed. Drop by for a short while or stay until the chat winds up for the evening. This is informal! Appropriate for observers of all experience levels.
Breakfast for AHSP Attendees that have paid for meals. Here is the Food Menu for checking what’s for breakfast!
Whether you are a seasoned birdwatcher or a casual observer you are sure to enjoy one of our two birdwatching sessions. Don’t miss this opportunity to see what West Virginia has to offer this time around. It will be later in the season and we expect cooler-climate populations to delight us with a visit.
Birdwatching sessions will occur Saturday and Sunday morning right after breakfast, weather permitting.
Bring binoculars if you have them. We will be walking through some uncut grass, so shoes (boots) that can withstand some dew may be a good idea.
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