State of the Warren Astronomical Society|
by Dave D'onofrio
Well its that time of the year again, every October at the business meeting
the president and the officers are required to give a report summarizing
the state of the club over the past year. Before I get into the clubs
by Larry Kalinowski
Only one person has qualified for the new Wilson comet award, so far.
That $20,000 award, to be shared with all amateur comet discoverers in
1998, may end up in the hands of an Australian amateur, Peter Williams
One Man's Thoughts
by John Herrgott
Our society's officers for 1999 are now known. As usual, the society chose
wisely. But how could we not do so? All the candidates were top-notch!
Congratulations and good luck in 1999.
Are you a meteor freak? Kiloton blasts? Showers of stone and iron? Astronomy
by Ceil Bondono
There is a lot more to know about Larry than 'astro chatter'. Read on
for the details!
Larry first became interested in astronomy while a student at Detroit's
Pershing High School back in 1955 or so. He brought up the subject during
Congratulations are in order! Doug Goudie and his wife have a new baby
boy. More information on their new son will be forthcoming. Fred Judd
and his betrothed, Jamie, are the proud parents of a new daughter named
Destinie Marie Judd. She was born on 10/27/98. Keep up the good work!
We're always glad to welcome new Astronomers to the club!
Minutes of Meetings
by Bob Watt
1998 Awards Banquet