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Review for Alliance For Astronomy Inc, Wentzville, MO, USA
I have been involved with ASEM activities since few months now, and I am already on my way learning many new things. Started with Basic Observing class, I got used to the Astro-terms very quickly. This organization has lot of resources for the members to use. To begin with the club has a wonderful observatory site on the western outskirts of St Louis, and some good telescopes - 10" and 16" ones. With 32" already under way and equipments to do astrophotography, this club offers ample opportunities to grow as a amateur astronomer. The club is headed by Jim Roe and is supported by many others who are well-learnt and well experienced in this field. When I joined the club, all the members warmly welcomed me and allowed me to learn at my own pace. There are monthly meetings which are very useful in keeping abreast of latest happenings in the night skies, many community outreach activities like volunteering for scouts, schools, etc. The club also undertakes special class like the recent beginning digital imaging. The members of this club comprises astronomers with different knowledge and skillsets, from mere observers to beginner telescope users and advanced astronomers who work on deep sky astrophotography. Anyone involving with this group will amply benefit from the members' experience and resources this club has to offer.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Learning the skies and equipment, ablity to use club equipment and take digital photos.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
The poeple are extremely warm and welcoming. They are absolute good company.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
outgrow as one of the best astronomy clubs in midwest US.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
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