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Everything you need to know about the KW-RASC.


KW-RASC

You will find more information on what and who we are in these pages:

Page
Description
Contacts
Who to contact for what position.
About Us
A brief history of the KW-RASC.
Links
Useful external Astronomy websites.
Next Meeting
When and where the Club Meetings.
Join or Renew
How and why you should join the KW-RASC.
Members Only
The private part of our website for members only.
Privacy Policy
The Club's Privacy Policy statement.
Ray Koenig Award
The Club's annual award of service.

New to the Club

Check out these pages on our website for more information related to astronomy.

Page Description
Articles
We have a few pages of some really handy tutorials.
Weather Great links to predict the weather and satellite times.
Stargazing 101 Our 101's are always willing to lend a hand and answer questions.  Come out to one of their meetings.
Youth Astronomy For the younger astronomers.