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Member Reports from Muthanna Al-Sarray

Jun 10

Strawberry Moon (Minimoon) 2017

by Muthanna Al-Sarray

Obserivng Minimoon (Strawberry Moon), 2 shoots, in Fayetteville, AR, USA 9-6-2017 Phase: Full Moon Illumination:100% Moon Age: 14.72 day Moon Distance: 405,409.03 km. Sun Distance:151,880,579.49 km Muthanna Al-Sarray Read More...

May 26

Fayetteville Public Library Offers Donated Telescope

by Muthanna Al-Sarray

A telescope was recently donated to the Fayetteville Public Library, Fayetteville, AR, and is now available for checkout. The telescope was donated to the library by Supporting STEM and Space, Inc. and is sponsored by Sugar Creek Astronomical Society. Library officials said the make and model of the telescope was specifically selected for ease of use and durability. In addition, the library has created a fast facts sheet and staff members have received training to assist patrons in using the telescope. The telescope is available for checkout by any authorized library patron over the age of 18. Patrons can check... Read More...

May 25

Syrian Astronomical Association

by Muthanna Al-Sarray

Muhammed Alassiry, CEO of ASS, welcomed attendances and announced the new SAA center. Even their country suffers diffcult circumtances nowadays, members of Syrian Astronomical Association (SAA) celeberated the opening of association building in May 22, 2017 in Damascus, Syria. Visitors read an International Astronomical Union poster. The observatory of SAA Muhammed Alassiry, chair of SAA, stated that the new center has an observatory with two main telescopes, celestron se8 computerized telescope and 14" Dobsonian Telescope. This Center includes also a plantriounm that was built depending on the expertise of SAA's memebers. Also, SAA with its new center offers a new... Read More...

Apr 02


by Muthanna Al-Sarray

In Northwest Arkansas, Suger Creek Astronomical Society gathered at Hobbs State Park to teach people observing Mercury and different celestial objects in the first night of April. The weather was cloudy and pervented people from observing the sky. I got an image for Moon. Muthanna Al-Sarray Fayetteville, AR, USA Read More...