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Latest News

Congratulations NASA & SpaceX with a Successful Launch!

The United States opened a new era of human space travel on Saturday as SpaceX launched astronaut...

Comet Atlas- "She's breaking up captain!" Comet SWAN- on the horizon.

Comet ATLAS (C/2019 Y4) continues to shed fragments while slowly fading. But it isn't dead yet!Ob...

SuperMoon, Lyrids Meteor Shower and Comet Atlas

The moon will be the main feature in the night sky during the first week of April as it will be t...

Betelgeuse and the Boom

Normally a bright, obvious red point on the constellation Orion’s shoulder, Betelgeuse is one of ...

Star Party Feb. 15th

Our last star party was canceled due to poor observing conditions. Our next star party is Februar...

Mars behind the Moon Feb. 18th

Many people believe that the very best time to observe the moon is when there is a full moon. Whe...

Quadrantid Meteor Shower Jan 4th

Happy New Year OCTelescope friends!The Quadrantids or "Quads" have a strange history. While most ...

Geminid Meteor Shower Dec. 13

On the night of December 13th, the annual Geminid meteor shower will reach its highest activity i...

Mercury Transit & OC Telescope Anniversary Party Nov. 11th

Come Join us on November 11th  @OC Telescope to celebrate our 7 year anniversary and the transit ...

OC Telescope Star Party September 28th

Next Star Party September 28th Our last star party was HUGE, with over 30 telescopes and over 50 ...

Neptune at Opposition Sept. 10th

On September 10, Neptune reaches opposition, when it is 180 degrees from the sun in our sky. In o...

Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks Aug. 13th

The Perseid meteor shower is the dusty remnants  of the comet Swift-Tuttle. First discovered in 1...
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