News & Events

San Juan Stargazers astronomy club news and event information.

 

We want everyone to mark your calendar for an extraordinary opportunity on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 5 PM.  We have an amazing scientist who lives, whenever possible, near Pagosa Springs. When not here, he is in Washington D.C., California, Europe or somewhere else in the world working on our next space telescope, the James D. Webb Infrared Telescope.    Bob Mitchell is part of the international group of scientists taking on this formidable task.  He tries to run a low profile and enjoy the peace and quiet of Pagosa, but he has agreed to provide us with an up-date of this wonderous project that now is scheduled to be launched in 2021.  The San Juan Stargazers will be providing this opportunity so that people who want to hear about the scientific successor to the Hubble can attend. This is a free program on Thursday, August 16, at 5 PM. Location: Ruby Sisson Library 811 San Juan St., Pagosa Springs, CO. 81147.

(For more information call Joan Mieritz at 303-995-2888)

Questions?

Check our event schedule and join us to ask your astronomy questions. Or email us at sjStargazers@gmail.com,
or call 970-335-8286.


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