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116th Annual Meeting Photo Gallery

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AstroCon 2004 Conference Attendees AstroCon 2004 Conference Attendees Joycelin Craig and Kristin Nelson at the ASP booth
AstroCon 2004 Conference attendees
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
AstroCon 2004 Conference attendees
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
Joycelin Craig and Kristin Nelson at the ASP booth
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
AstroCon volunteer Conrad Jung and committee member Michael Koop Sandi Billings and Mike Bennett Marni Berendsen, John Diebel, Geoff Marcy, Noelle Edwards, Alex Filippenko, and Katy Garmany (left to right)
AstroCon volunteer Conrad Jung and committee member Michael Koop
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
Sandi Billings and Mike Bennett
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
Marni Berendsen, John Diebel, Geoff Marcy, Noelle Edwards, Alex Filippenko, and Katy Garmany (left to right)
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
Mike Bennett Master of Ceremonies Katy Garmany Nik Szymanek (L) accepts the Amateur Achievement Award from Leif Robinson
Mike Bennett
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Master of Ceremonies Katy Garmany
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
Nik Szymanek (R) accepts the Amateur Achievement Award from Leif Robinson
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
Seth Shostak accepts the Klumpke-Roberts Award from Bruce Partridge The banquet room John Lacy (R) accepts the Muhlmann Award from George "Pinky" Nelson
Seth Shostak accepts the Klumpke-Roberts Award from Bruce Partridge
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
The banquet room
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John Lacy (R) accepts the Muhlmann Award from George "Pinky" Nelson
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
The Big Bang Band (Angelo Parisi, Terry Dye, and Matt Gardner) accept the Las Cumbres Amateur Outreach Award from Terry Mann (2nd from left) John Land accepts the Thomas J. Brennan Award from Katy Garmany David Charbonneau accepts the Robert J. Trumpler Award from Debra Fischer
The Big Bang Band (Angelo Parisi, Terry Dye, and Matt Gardner) accept the Las Cumbres Amateur Outreach Award from Terry Mann (2nd from left)
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
John Land accepts the Thomas J. Brennan Award from Katy Garmany
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
David Charbonneau accepts the Robert J. Trumpler Award from Debra Fischer
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
Katy Garmany and Alex Filippenko display the Bruce Award Geoff Marcy speaks about "Planets, Yellowstone, and Fermi" The audience listens to Geoff Marcy's talk
Katy Garmany and Alex Filippenko display the Bruce Award
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
Geoff Marcy speaks about "Planets, Yellowstone, and Fermi"
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
The audience listens to Geoff Marcy's talk
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
David Rodrigues, Alex Filippenko, and Eugene Epstein chat The Big Bang Band performs Observing the Moon using Chabot Space & Science Center's 20-inch refractor.
David Rodrigues, Alex Filippenko, and Eugene Epstein chat
Photo Credit: Carter Roberts
The Big Bang Band performs
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Observing the Moon using Chabot Space & Science Center's 20-inch refractor.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
Chabot Volunteer Telescope Operator & AstroCon committee member Debbie Dyke fine tunes the position of Chabot's 36-inch Cassegrain reflector. Two of the three Observatories seen in glow of evening twilight. This is the entrance to the "Courtyard of Discovery" portion of the "Dragon Skies" exhibit.
Chabot Volunteer Telescope Operator & AstroCon committee member Debbie Dyke fine tunes the position of Chabot's 36-inch Cassegrain reflector.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
Two of the three Observatories seen in glow of evening twilight.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
This is the entrance to the "Courtyard of Discovery" portion of the "Dragon Skies" exhibit.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
This is a 1/3-scale model of a elaborate water-driven astronomical clock. Built for the Emperor about 1090AD by Su Song. The person that is presenting in this pictures is Richard Schmude, Jr. Executive Director of the Association of Lunar & Planetary Observers (ALPO). This room is where some of commercial vendors were setup.
This is a 1/3-scale model of a elaborate water-driven astronomical clock. Built for the Emperor about 1090AD by Su Song.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
The person that is presenting in this pictures is Richard Schmude, Jr. Executive Director of the Association of Lunar & Planetary Observers (ALPO).
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
This room is where some of commercial vendors were setup.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
AstroCon Registration table. Debbie Dyke (Eastbay Astronomical Society/Tri-Valley Stargazers/Chabot Space & Science Center) observing the Sun in Hydrogen Alpha. Banquet presentations on the Hangar Deck of the USS Hornet.
AstroCon Registration table. Sitting at the table from left to right is Terry Galloway (from Eastbay Astronomical Society& Chabot Space & Science Center), Morris Jones, and Don Stone (Eastbay Astronomical Society). In the back is from left to right is (unknown gentleman), Jane Houston Jones, and Ilona Magyary.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
Debbie Dyke (Eastbay Astronomical Society/Tri-Valley Stargazers/Chabot Space & Science Center) observing the Sun in Hydrogen Alpha.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
Banquet presentations on the Hangar Deck of the USS Hornet.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
Apollo 12 Lunar Module Pilot Alan Bean recalling his experiences in space. Telescopes setup on the Flight Deck of the USS Hornet. Unfortunately, it was overcast and the only thing being observed was the buildings of San Francisco. Looking down the Flight Deck of the USS Hornet. We're facing toward the back of the ship. The large towering structure dominating the picture is known as "the island."
Apollo 12 Lunar Module Pilot Alan Bean recalling his experiences in space.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
Telescopes setup on the Flight Deck of the USS Hornet. Unfortunately, it was overcast and the only thing being observed was the buildings of San Francisco.
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung
Looking down the Flight Deck of the USS Hornet. We're facing toward the back of the ship. The large towering structure dominating the picture is known as "the island."
Photo Credit: Conrad Jung