....Oakland, California - Stargazing since 1924

Upcoming Event:
EAS General Meeting

Date and Time:
Sun, April 9
7 :30pm

Chabot Space & Science Center
Galileo Rm
2nd Floor, Dellums Bldg

Greg Edwards
Educator, programmer, avid observer and astrophotograher/artist

Beyond the Green Flash: Blue Flash, Violet Flash and 101 Other Things You Didn't Know About Sunrise and Sunset

Dinner with the Speaker
Meet and chat with the speaker before the meeting! Hunan Yuan Chinese Restaurant, 4100 Redwood Rd, 5:30pm. No need to register - just show up!


moon phases

EAS General Meeting for April will be
Sunday, April 9, 7:30pm
Galileo Room
2nd Floor, Dellums Bldg

Please make a note of it!

2017 Annual Awards Dinner
Sunday, March 5, 5:30pm
Astronomy Hall
Chabot Space & Science Center

Our speaker was Dr. Chris McKay, Senior Scientist from NASA/Ames' Space Science & Astrobiology Department who talked about our search for life in the ocean moons of the Outer Solar System!

This event has come and gone!
See you next year at the
2018 Eastbay Astronomical Society
Annual Awards Dinner!

2017 What's Up
has been updated for the year!

Check it out by clicking the What's Up link in the column to the upper-left.

Sun, Sep17 - Fri, Sep 22 (leave by noon of Sat Sep 23)
(New moon on Tue Sep 19)

The sign-up period for this year's event is now OPEN.

Sign up now and avoid the rush!

Newsletter From White Mountain Research Station

Every year, we rent time up at the Barcroft High Altitude Research Station in the White Mountains to provide our members with an opportunity to gain access to "research-grade" night skies. Well, they have begun publishing their own newsletters, and you can view them here. It's full of info about the three facilities they make available, one of which is Barcroft, and it's chock-full of interesting stuff about these sites. Check it out!

EAS Loaner Scope Program
Telescopes available for rental by EAS members

60mm & 80mm refractors, C90 Maksutov-Cassegrain, 2 - 10 inch Dobsonians,
4 & 8 inch Schmidt-Cassegrains

Scope rental is $15 a month with a $50 deposit.

If you rent a scope and bring it to EAS outreach programs, monthly rent is waived - a good deal!

For information, contact Barry Leska by E-mail at b.leska@comcast.net

EAS Library Hours

Currently open from 7pm to 10pm every Friday evening.

Please enter through the Telescope Maker’s Workshop at the first loading dock entrance. The Library is also open by appointment: Please call 1-510-336-7438 and leave a message.

Library is located on the second floor of the Dellums Building, down the hall next to the interactive lunar lander exhibit.

Volunteer librarians are needed to expand library hours, if you'd like to help, contact EAS Librarian Deborah Gomez.