Right Now we are planning for a meeting Tuesday Evening. I need to verify
that we have the meeting room, We have been bumped by elections and voting in
the past and I,m pretty sure Nov 7th is voting day.
We are still on Timberglen’s calendar but I will call the Library tomorrow
and send out a go/no go when I find out if the room is available.
on a good note looks like I will be able to make it to this month’s meeting
hip surgery went well and rehab has been going well.
We will have a presentation on Cameras for Deep Sky , mainly DSLR vs CCD
Followed by General topics Question and Answer session,
We will have an informal question and answer session this month, there have
been allot of unasked/unanswered question since we have been focusing on the
I would like to give new members a chance to ask questions an see if we can
I would also like to have a discussion about the direction of APSIG. What
would you like to discuss, what do you think the format meetings should consist
of, what would benefit everyone the most. Bring your ideas
, just trying to get a feel how to get the most out of the meeting, what do
you like, what do you dislike, what would you like to see in the future.
I have had several email requests requesting the meeting to discuss about
the upcoming solar eclipse. With the eclipse in less than 3 weeks, I though we
should have one last meeting dedicated to this topic.
Don’t forget you show and tell images
6 PM to 8 PM at the Timberglen Library (Midway Road ~ 1 mile south of
APSIG (Astrophotography Special Interest Group) is sponsored by the Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas, Texas.
APSIG meets once a month to share information and learn more about the art and science of Astrophotography --taking photographs of objects in the night sky such as planets, galaxies, nebulae, and star clusters. Imaging these celestial objects requires special techniques and equipment, but are attainable by anyone willing to point their camera skyward. Come learn how!
Meetings typically include brief workshops and/or lectures, Q&A, and Show and Tell of recent images taken by our members. Want to know more? Please join us! Our meetings are open to the public. Watch his page for meeting schedule and location as well as special events.
Also, please consider joining our parent organization the Texas Astronomical Society (TAS). TAS also has monthly meetings and wonderful guest speakers, and is a great place to learn about astronomy and those celestial objects you want to image!