Cache Valley Astronomical Society
Welcome to the Cache Valley Astronomical Society
The Cache Valley Astronomical Society (CVAS) was established to promote the hobby of astronomy, to provide opportunities for our members to observe, educate the pubic and provide educational opportunities to area schools to learn about astronomy. This is accomplished through monthly meetings, star parties and public observing sessions.
Our monthly meeting are held at the Science and Engineering Building, Room 244 on the USU campus on the third Friday of each month. Our Star parties are held at Hyrum Gibbons Mt. Logan Park, in Logan Utah at 1400 West 350 South.
Our monthly lectures and public observing session are all open to the general public free of charge. The monthly lectures are on the USU campus while the public observing sessions are located at Hyrum Gibbons Mt. Logan Park, in Logan.
If learning more about the exciting science of astonomy sounds interesting to you you may apply for membership. If you would like more information you may contact the club by contacting the President.
Come to our meetings or star parties, we'd enjoy seeing you there.
Events for May
May 3 Full moon
May 11 Last Quarter Moon
April 15 CVAS potluck picnic Mt. Logan Park, Logan. 6:30 pm. Star Party 9 pm
May 18 New Moon
May 25 First Quarter Moon
May 27 Double Shadow transit on Jupiter 8 pm MDT