Astronomical Society of The Pacific

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Astronomical Society of The Pacific
Astronomical Society of The Pacific is listed in the Associations category in San Francisco, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Astronomical Society of The Pacific which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Astronomical Society of The Pacific on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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390 Ashton Ave
San Francisco, CA 94112
(415) 337-1100

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Enjoy this amazing photograph, Solar Eclipse Over Central Park , New York, 1925. Photographer Unknown. Edit - An total solar eclipse was visible in New York City on January 24, 1925. It was one of Saros Cycle 120 which also includes the Jan 1 1889 eclipse that founded the ASP.

From CBS News...the August 2017 eclipse could make history. Check out this great article that includes quotes from the ASP! http://www.cbsnews.com/news/solar-eclipse-may-be-most-viewed-ever/
Scientists are gearing up for a total eclipse of the sun Aug. 21, the first visible from coast to coast in the United States in nearly a century


RT @TerenaBell: .@AstroSocietyPac Director chose astronomy career because she saw #SolarEclipse. How will #Eclipse2017 change future for ot…


RT @NSF_MPS: #eclipse2017 briefing: "Every eclipse tells us something new about the sun & w/ new technology." Linda Shore @AstroSocietyPac…


Check it out - and best of luck to our very own Linda Shore as she joins NASA’s panel about the eclipse today twitter.com/NASA/status/87…

Astronomical Society of the Pacific shared NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration's post.
NASA's live event all about the August total solar eclipse is happening shortly on NASA TV. Check out our very own Linda Shore as she will be speaking as one of the featured panelists!
Coming soon…Total Solar Eclipse across the United States on Aug. 21! Join us today at 1pm and 2:30pm EDT as we preview this summer’s event, show you how to watch it and explain all the science we’ll be collecting during #Eclipse2017. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/2sTnBZY


RT @grantwmckinney: Fascinating @EastbayAstro talk tonight on astrographs from @AstroSocietyPac president, Chris Ford. https://t.co/BmYGCAB…


RT @leslie_dickson: Training begins @jessicamer2 @NASASpaceSciEdu @nightskynetwork #NASAGirlScouts https://t.co/QDbH09eFwi

Join ASP Executive Director, Linda Shore, on June 21 as she participates in a NASA press briefing about the August Total Solar Eclipse. She'll share some of the wonderful things the ASP is doing to engage everyone in the eclipse, especially underserved communities off the path of totality. Details below. The event will air live on NASA Television and stream on the agency’s website. https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/media-invited-to-june-21-science-safety-briefings-on-august-total-solar-eclipse
For the first time in 99 years, a total solar eclipse will cross the entire nation Aug. 21. Representatives from NASA, other federal agencies, and science organizations, will provide important viewing safety, travel and science information during two briefings at the Newseum in Washington starting a...

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Congratulations to the new NASA astronaut candidates! Here they are! Good luck to you all.
NASA just announced its most diverse class of astronauts ever. Here's a breakdown of the most inspiring group of people you'll ever see.