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Section - A.12 How can I find an astronomy club?

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 There are a few different ways to find astronomy clubs (listed in no
particular order):

  *  Check Sky & Telescope's annual listing of astronomy clubs and societies.

  *  Contact a local university or college (if there is one near you).  Often
 times if there's a department of physics and/or astronomy, somebody within
 it may know of a local club.

  *  Contact local science museums, planetaria, or other similar
 organizations.

  *  Check the AstroWeb listing, see the FAQ "What are good Net sites for
 astronomy info and images?"

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