Fall Camp Delaney cancelled

Hi Folks. We are sorry to announce that our fall Camp Delaney Star Party will be cancelled this year as the State is keeping their environmental learning centers closed for COVID concerns. We hope to see you in 2021!

Summer Star Party Cancellations

Due to Covid 19 concerns, the OAS will be cancelling the official summer star parties up at Hurricane Ridge.  The Ridge will be open and the Dark Ranger, John Goar, will still be up there so feel free to take advantage if you feel so inclined.  See his website olympictelescope.com for schedules and updates. In…

Spring Camp Delany Star Party has been cancelled!

With heavy hearts, we are announcing that the Spring Camp Delany Star Party has been canceled by the State of Washington due to the Covid-19 outbreak.  For those of you who paid already, Jeff will transfer your payment to Fall unless you contact him otherwise at: campdelanycoordinator@olympicastronomicalsociety.org    

Holiday potluck fun

We had another wonderful holiday potluck this year! Thank you Dutch for the laugh! It was great getting caught up and the food was fantastic! Cliff received his hard earned Planetary Nebula award and I received my Constellation Hunter Program award.Happy holidays to everyone!  

Camp Delany Artwork by Jennifer Harold

     One of our favorite places to visit twice a year is the OAS’s Camp Delany Star Party. This star party is held in the beautiful Sun Lakes State Park.  The geology is stunning and the night skies are awe-inspiring.  We get to spend this time with friends from all over the state.  Some…

Fall Camp Delany Recap

We had a wonderful time this last Camp Delany.  We had one night, Thursday, that was an all-nighter with a couple of hours on Friday.  Even though the weather did not cooperate, it was wonderful to see all our astronomy buddies again!  Thanks to Hazen high school students and all folks attending for their hard…

August meeting recap

I would like to thank Mark Prouty for his great talk about the road to the moon!  If you weren’t there, you missed a good one!  Also, thank you to Dean Kelley for sharing his amazing astrophotos of the sun!  Enjoy the pictures below!