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Welcome to the Local Group Astronomy Club of Santa Clarita, California.

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04/11/2015 - Things to look at this month.

Here are some things to look forward to in the next month or so:

  • Lyrids Meteor Shower - Expected to peak during the evenings of April 22nd and 23rd as the earth passes through the trail of comet Thatcher.  Look between the constellations Lyra and Hercules ... more

    08/15/2014 - Election Results

    The Local Group, Inc. held it's general election of the Board of Directors during the general membership meeting at 7pm on August 8th at Barnes & Noble in Santa Clarita.  There are 9 director seats available with 1/3 of them up for election each year.  This year there were five ... more

    06/14/2014 - It's Official!

    The Local Group is pleased to announce that we have been granted Non-Profit Tax Exempt status by the IRS!  We are now a 501(c)(3) corporation classed as a "public charity."  This means that any donations made to The Local Group are now tax deductible.  We have been working on this ... more

    05/12/2014 - Placerita Canyon Open House

    It was a nice warm and slightly breezy day at the Placerita Canyon Nature Center on Saturday, May 10th.  Most of us arrived around 9am and set up in our usual place.  The crouds started showing up around 10am.

    Glenn Basore, Christine Schmidt, Lavere Schmidt , Dave Flynn, Brian ... more

    03/07/2014 - DisneyToon Studios

    With a break in the weather ( clouds) we were able to have our second Star Party at DisneyToon Studios.

    Even before night fall employees were gathering around the telescopes wanting to know what we were looking at. The Moon was up pretty high and a few were ... more