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Re: Youth Astronomy Clubs

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Posted by Kip Crawford on September 12, 1999 04:57:16 UTC


I have also looked for Astronomy Clubs for teens here in the Seattle/Everett area. Your right, they scarcly exist, if it all. Your regular type of Astronomy Clubs or Societies are meant for everyone and all. I suggest you either join or at least look into Clubs or Societies. There you'll meet tons of folks who really help you. Also another idea is to look into Universities. Sometimes they'll ask for help on certain projects. I did look into Rhode Island Astonomy list and there are some perhaps close to you. Providence has a society there and Conneticutt has a few there too. Serf the web, you'll find something. If all else fails, start your own. You can you know. But since Astronomy is for everyone, getting just teens may be difficult. Good Luck!!

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