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The Fort Bend Astronomy Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the acquisition and dissemination of information pertaining to the science of Astronomy. Located in Stafford, Texas, FBAC's goal is to serve not only our members, but the general public as well. FBAC members hail from all corners of Harris, Fort Bend, Waller, and Brazoria counties.

FBAC holds monthly meetings and members regularly get together to observe at the George Observatory, a satellite facility of the Houston Museum of Natural Science, located within Brazos Bend State Park.

For information about FBAC membership, please visit the About FBAC page.  For directions to the monthly club meeting, click here. For information about our community outreach activities, click here. For information about the FBAC list server click here.   To contact FBAC, send an email to fbacastro@gmail.com

The next scheduled FBAC club meeting will be held on Friday, January 16, 2015 at 7:00 pm at the Houston Community College Southwest Campus in Stafford. The presentations and club meetings are open to the public. Click HERE for more info and directions to meeting.

The FBAC Novice Presentation:
TBA

The FBAC Main Presentation:
Bill Spizzirri - The Steward Observatory Mirror Lab at Univ. of Arizona.

 

Upcoming Main Presentations:

Feb. - Joe Dellinger - Asteroid research in the East Dome
Mar. - Leonard Ferguson - Osiris-Rex mission to the asteroid Bennu

Joining the Fort Bend Astronomy Club is quick and easy. Join or renew your membership using our online form. Click HERE for more info.

Did you know that you can support FBAC just by shopping at Randall's? Click HERE to find out more about the Fort Bend Astronomy Club's partnership with Randall's Good Neighbor program.

 

Astronomy/Space Calendar
(more at JPL Space Calendar)

APOD - The Scale of the Universe
Check This Out! - The Scale of the Universe - Interactive

Free Online Astronomy Classes
The Classroom: Take an Astronomy
Class Online for Free

Hand of God
'Hand of God' Spotted by NASA Space Telescope