The Huachuca Astronomy Club will hold their September meeting in the community room of the Student Union Building, Cochise College Sierra Vista campus on Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. Speaking will be Dean Salman, a program specialist in the Advance Observing Program at Kitt Peak National Observatory. An amateur astronomer since he was 12 years old, Dean became interested in astro-photography in 1973. In addition to his work in the night time programs at the National Observatory he operates a remote observatory located at the San Pedro Valley Observatory in Benson. The meeting is FREE and open to the public. Cochise College is located at 901 N. Colombo Avenue, Sierra Vista.
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