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It Must Be Astronomical


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Trust us, we are trying not to pull something while patting ourselves on the back. At the October General Meeting, the Ephemeris was praised by many. At about the same time, we got a copy of a children's book:“Annie Jump Cannon, Astronomer” by Carole Gerber. The SJAA Newsletter is mentioned in the inside flap.
Your editors want to acknowledge those that make us look good:

Gordon Reade who manages the circulation of the print version.

Akkana Peck whose Shallow Sky columns have been a consistent feature of the Ephemeris for years.

Laura Lincoln and her friends for providing the NASA SpacePlace articles.

SVALS Hiatus

Andrew Fraknoi says the Silicon Valley Astronomy Lecture Series is taking a year off while the Foothill College's Smithwick Theatre is being renovated. The Series will resume with the 2012-2013 school year.


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