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Weekend Under the Stars telescope party 2011
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Weekend Under the Stars - July 2011, hosted by the Cheyenne Astronomical Society.  This consists of an outing of folks & their telescopes from around the area held in Foxpark, Wyoming.  Everyone awaits the sun to set for some crystal-clear night-time viewing of our universe.  Due to logging of affected trees from pine-beetle kill the last few years, the Weekend Under the Stars event was not hosted.

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Weekend Under the Stars telescope party 2011
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