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David Sovereign

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Los Angeles Astronomical Society

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Los Angeles Astronomical Society

2800 East Observatory Road

Los Angeles, California,90027

United States

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LAAS makes use of three physical facilities. The Griffith Observatory allows us to use their facility for holding the monthly general meetings, as well as the monthly public star parties. The Garvey Ranch facility, owned by the city of Monterey Park, houses th... more.

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"We'll be observing Jupiter," Los Angeles Astronomical Society President David Sovereign told TechNewsWorld."With even a small telescope, you can see four main moons and probably pick up some cloud bands."The LAAS won't hold any special event for the occurrence, but members will be looking."We see it every year," Sovereign commented.


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"We'll be observing Jupiter," Los Angeles Astronomical Society President David Sovereign told TechNewsWorld."With even a small telescope, you can see four main moons and probably pick up some cloud bands."The LAAS won't hold any special event for the occurrence, but members will be looking."We see it every year," Sovereign commented.


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