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Rocky Mountain Star Stare - RMSS 2014

Wed, 6/25/2014 - Sun, 6/29/2014
 
June 2014
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Categories
Camps, Lectures, Star Parties, Workshops
Location
Starry Meadows
L Acres off Gardner Road
Gardner, CO 81040
United States
Times
All Day / All Night
Admission Fees
Pre-Registration Fees (Ends June 1, 2014, unless filled prior)
$40 - Adult
$20 - Young Adult (13-18)
FREE - Child (12 and under)
Description
RMSS is one of this nation's premier star parties. RMSS 2014 Theme: "The Night Sky is Awesome!"
RMSS 2014's theme was created by one of our young members in the Colorado Springs Astronomical Society.

For over two decades, astronomers from across the U.S. and around the world have been gathering each summer in the mountains west of Colorado Springs. What draws them here each year? Dark skies. Not just dark skies, but dark skies with amazing transparency. These gazers of the stars are enjoying Rocky Mountain Star Stare! Help us celebrate over 25 years of RMSS in 2014.
Next year's event will be held from June 25 - June 29, 2014 and on our own private land just north of Gardner, CO. Average attendance is usually 300 astronomers.
Additional Information
None
Directions
37°50'40.17"N 105°11'27.52"W
(you can mouse this directly into Google Earth)
Contact Information
Our Club:
Colorado Springs Astronomical Society
PO Box 16318
Colorado Springs, CO 80935-6318

Website: http://www.csastro.org

RMSS Contacts
Bruce Bookout, RMSS 2014 Director director@rmss.org
Website
http://rmss.org
 
 
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