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Upcoming PAS Events

2014

August 15
PAS will attend the grand opening of the Exploreum. Located at SM Mall of Asia. The Exploreum will launch their newly rolled out exhibits. Click on the image to visit their website.

July 26

  • "Barkadahan sa Kalawakan" 7 am-10 am at UP Diliman. Assembly is at 6:30 AM at Palma Hall. A WBCP-guided birding tour for PASers and guests.
  • "PAS BOD Election" in the afternoon. Venue will be at the PAS Ofiice 7th Floor, Semicon Building, Brgy. dela Paz, Pasig City.

June 28

June Monthly Meeting.

PAS MONTHLY MEETING
In Coordination With the Physics Dept., College of Science, Adamson U

When : June 28, 2014
Where : PHYSICS HALL
3rd Flr., OZ Bldg.,
Adamson University
900 San Marcelino
Manila
Time : 1:30 - 5:00 PM
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
1:30 – 2:00 Registration/SOLAR VIEWING
2:00 – 2:05 Opening Prayers
2:05 – 2:10 National Anthem
2:10 – 2:20 Welcome Address (c/o Adamson U)
2:20 – 2:25 Intro of 1st Speaker
2:25 – 3:15 Lecture (Practical Astronomy)
3:15 – 3:30 Open Forum
3:30 – 3:35 Intro of 2nd Speaker
3:35 – 4:15 Lecture (Astrophysics/Cosmology)
4:15 – 4:30 Open Forum
4:30 – 5:00 Announcement: Celestial Events
PAS 2014 Election of Officers
Qualifications for New Members

May 25-26 ECO-GUIDING SEMINAR, Sta. Juliana, Capas, Tarlac

in collaboration with the Department of Tourism. Lecture: “Understanding the Ecosystem Through the Science of Astronomy and Geophysics” by Camilo G. Dacanay

May 27 ASTRONOMY TRAINING WORKSHOP FOR SCIENCE EDUCATORS

in collaboration with Nikki Coseteng Educational Resources and Interactive Services Inc.
The seminar is to be conducted together with Galileo Training Program (GTTP) for Teachers of International Astronomical Union (IAU) and Philippine Space Science Education Program (PASSEP) of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).

Lecture: “Understanding Cosmic Extremes, Geologic Activities, and Climate Change” by Camilo G. Dacanay

PAS OUT-OF-TOWN OBSERVATION

May 24 PAS-COLEMAN DEEP-SKY OBSERVATION
In collaboration with Focus Global Inc. Clark Field, Pampanga.
Facilitators - Hernan Dizon and Kits Irlandez

May 10-11 - Overnight Out-of-Town Stargazing. Big Handy's Ground, Sitio Tablon, Brgy Cuyambay, Tanay, Rizal. See Home Page for details.

April 10-11 - BOD Planning Session at Subic, Pampanga.

PAS SCHOOL CAMPUS TOUR

March 17-21 - FEU-EAC Physics Week. Engr. Camilo Dacanay will lecture on "Life in the Universe As We Know It" on March 20 at 3:00-4:30 pm at their Auditorium.

PAS CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM (in collaboration with DOT; Engr. Camilo Dacanay lecturer)

March 21-25 - Lecture on "Integrating the Science of Astronomy in Risk Reduction and Management (Part 1) at Lake Caliraya Country Club.

March 31-April 4 - Lecture on "Integrating the Science of Astronomy in Risk Reduction and Management (Part 2). DOT Office, Lumbang, Laguna.

March 22 - PAS Monthly Meeting at Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Sta. Mesa, Manila.

March 20 - PAS Campus Tour FEU Auditorium.

February 15-22 - National Astronomy Week (for venues see NAW 2014 page)

January 18 - PAS Monthly Meeting

JANUARY 2014 PAS MONTHLY MEETING

WHEN - Saturday January 18 (1:30-5pm)
WHERE - National Museum Planetarium
WHAT - Program of Activities

1:30-2:00 - Registration (FREE)
2:00-2:15 - Opening Prayer and National Anthem
2:15-2:30 - Welcome Address By Bel Pabunan
2:30-2:35 - Introduction of Guest Speaker
2:35-3:30 - Lecture "Beyond Space and Time"
3:30-4:00 - Planetarium Show (FREE)
4:00-4:30 - Open Forum
4:30-5:00 - NAW Overview

THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. PLEASE COME WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND GUESTS. YOU ARE ALL WELCOME!!


2013

December 14-15 (3:00 pm Dec 14 to 5:00 am Dec 15) - December Monthly Meeting, Geminid Meteor Shower Observation, Christmas Party. See Home Page for specific venues of each activity.

December 10-11 - PAS under the sponsorship of the Department of Tourism will held its Lecture/seminar Series 2 entitled "Integrating the Science of Astronomy in Risk Reduction and Management" at Quest Hotel, Cebu City.

November 24 - PAS Board of Directors will have a meeting and dinner with PAS Founder California State Senator Phillip Wyman at the Manila Planetarium.

November 16

1-4 pm - PAS PNUAS November Meeting, HRD Auditorium, PNU, Manila. Lecture: Stellar Mystery - Are Stars Born or Made

9pm- 6 am Nov 17 - Comet Ison/Leonid meteor Shower Observation at Manila Observatory Roofdeck, Ateneo de Manila University


October 19 - October Monthly Meeting at Manila Observatory 9-12 noon

September 19 - Everyone is invited to a Full-Moon Party and Dinner by the Bay at Sofitel Hotel. Food and drinks are all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink at 1,750p.


September 21, 2013 Monthly Meeting


Venue: Conference Room, Manila Observatory
Time: 3:00 – 5:00 pm

3:00 pm – 3:15 pm Registration
3:15 pm – 4:00 pm Lecture 1: "The Curious Case of Newton’s Law of Motion"

4:00 pm – 4:45 pm Lecture 2: Meteorites, the key to the origins of the solar system"
4:45 pm – 5:00 pm Socialization


September 27 - World Tourism Day Celebration at Melchor Hall Theater, Asian Institute of Tourism, UP Diliman from 4-7 pm. Stargazing follows at 7:30-9:00 pm.


Record of Past Stargazing Events

January 25 - UE Caloocan

February 4 - UST, Mobile planetarium show and lecture

February 8 - Colegio de San Agustin, Binan, Laguna

February 8 - St. Mary's Academy, Pasay

February 8 - LEAPS stargazing

February 11 - Children of Joy Foundation

February 15 - Paco Catholic School

February 16 - NAW opening

February 19 - Paco Catholic School

February 20 - NAW Lecture Series

February 21 - FEU-EAC

February 22 - International Beacon School

February 23 - NAW closing

March 1 - St. Paul College, Pasig astrocamp

March 9-10 - Deep-sky observation at Tanay, Rizal

March 23 - Earth Hour Observation, Mind Museum

April 25-28 - AstroPilgrimage to Tuguegarao

May 26 - International Beacon School

August 10-11 Perseid Meteor Shower Observation, MO Roofdeck, Ateneo de Manila U

ANNOUNCEMENT

The election for the 2013-2015 PAS Board of Directors was held last August 24, 2013 at the Manila Observatory, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City.

Eleven candidates were elected as Board of Directors; and the first board meeting last August 31 had the following elected as the new PAS officers:
            
Chairman     Camilo Dacanay
President      Josuel Racca
Vice-President Jennifer Gutierrez
Secretary      Margie Parinas
Treasurer     Ian Mark Allas
Auditor          Francis Irlandez
PRO              Shachez Sun

Appointed Committee Heads
            
Education           Ian Mark Allas
Observation       Leo Manosca
Instrumentation Edward Von Delelis
Membership      Shachez Sun
Way and Means Jenny Gutierrez
Publication        Victoria Evarretta
Events               Hernan Dizon
Website            Victoria Evarretta
                          Francis Irlandez
InfoTech           KItz Irlandez

For their relentless efforts and unquestionable dedication to help the society in fulfilling its vision and mission, the Board of Directors unanimously agreed and resolved the appointment of the following as Board of Directors Emeritus:

John Nassr
Maximo Sacro
Edmund Rosales
Ronald Tanco

The first planning session of the new PAS set of officers will be on Saturday September 7 at 6:00 pm to be held at the PAS office, 5th Flr, Semicon Bldg, Pasig City.

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Upcoming Sky Events

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Membership ID

The following members are requested to secure their member ID this coming monthly meeting.

  1. Albano, Maria Kristina A.
  2. Anzano, Ruth B.
  3. Austria, Marian May
  4. Aves, Ron
  5. Azucena, Edna
  6. Ballares, Lea Danica
  7. Bernardino, Maria Perpetua
  8. Bolingot, Harold Jay M.
  9. Bongalosa, Rhissan L.
  10. Botio, Shinette Grace
  11. Buyan, Criselda M.
  12. Caballa, Kevin
  13. Carbonel, John
  14. Denoyo, Aleo
  15. Estralla, Fatima
  16. Eugenio, Rossano
  17. Gimpisao, Lara Camille
  18. Jr., Maximo Sacro
  19. Maaliw, Joy Rivera
  20. Magadia, Martin
  21. Maliban, Irah Jane
  22. Mateo, Ma Minerva B.
  23. Mayor, Joan
  24. Miniano, Daisy A.
  25. Panga, Sofia
  26. Pude, Khryss Ernest
  27. Rimando, Jeremy
  28. Rosales, Erika Christine A.
  29. Roxas, Milicent Daphnie A.
  30. Roxas, Rowil F.
  31. Serrano, Clea Mamaril
  32. Tapia, Cherry M.
  33. Traboc, Cristina
  34. Vergara, Maria Nenita
  35. Verzosa, Cez Mariela Teresa
  36. Wyson, Adjale
  37. Wyson, John Daryl

 

Newbies

A BIG WELCOME TO ALL NEW MEMBERS!!!

Rossano Eugenio

Ester Ramboanga

Emely Agatep

Gladys Zamora

Helen Dangani

Jocelyn Diesta

Pedro Suyu

Roel Talattad

Jomar Aquino

Jhoanna Calubaquib

Cez Mariela Teresa

Jaspher Dailisan

Christoper Cayamanda.

Sofia Panga

Louis Richez

Criselda Buyan

Khryss Ernest Pude

Rowil Roxas

Maria Nelfa Bermudez

Mark Harris Jamilan

Frances Tanner

Marlon Monzon

Roger Migue

Redentor Balisa

Daniel Barbat

RS Wilson Constantino

Jenny Lyn Delelis

Fatima Estrella

Jonacel Fajardo

Carlithflor Dar Juan

Emil Galicinao

Josephine Lacuesta

Sheryl Luzentales

Minerva Mateo

Agnes Miral

Jasper Opriasa

Elizabeth Pastor

Norman Reyes

Gemmarie Reynoso

Jeremy Rimando

Dr. Clea Serrano

Kristine Torres

Janine Trimanez

Rhea Yeban

 

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Quote of the Day

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Announcements

FROM MICHAEL FIDLER (mikefidler@yahoo.com). There are two very good free astronomy programs that are really great for observing deep sky object and planets. Real time GUI (RTGUI) is a great interface that gives postions of objects in real time. It has a Best of the Sky button that brings up what is easily observed at the current time and location, plus Alt/Azm directions along with goto scope connections. Here is the link: http://www.rtgui.com/

This program interfaces with SkyChart / Cartes du Ciel, a detailed star charting program. You can just push the button on the RTGUI program and it will link to Sky Charts to display it. Link:  http://www.ap-i.net/skychart/

Both can be used with just binoculars or a small scope and also gives the best double stars to view. Enjoy!

STELLARIUM

Check out www.stellarium.org. Used in planetarium projectors, Stellarium is a free open-source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.

Just set your coordinates and go. 

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