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13 Meetup Groups match “Astronomy” near Cupertino, CA
Check out speakers, attend workshops and DIY sessions, get together with amateur enthusiasts and professionals alike, and explore our Universe from the surface of a tiny rock teeming with psychotic apes! Any topic relevant to physics, cosmology, astronomy, space sciences, natural sciences, engineering and speculation of our future is welcome.
Individuals get involved to the skeptical movement for different reasons: as a way to promote science and the scientific method, because they are sick and tired of seeing people get duped by quacks, or because they think it is where all the cool kids are. Either way, it does not matter if you consider yourself a skeptic, critical thinker, or are just curious as to what we are all about, anyone is welcome to join this group and attend our meetings. The Sacramento Area Skeptics were created in 20 …
Meet with other Entrepreneurs, Inventors and Artisans to discuss, plan and build things to stimulate our minds, have fun and even make some money! Are you interested in meeting people who REALLY build stuff? If so, then you've come to the right place! Whatever your interest...Mechanics (including robotics and radio control), Electronics, Chemistry (including cooking and mixology), Physics, Science, Astronomy or any other kind of Technology...This is the place for you! Whether you're a builder yo …
We have lively conversations not just around the subjects of Thelema, Hermetics, and the occult arts and sciences, but also relevant topics of history, science, astronomy, astrology, technology, social change, psychology, healing work, self-improvement, and so much more. Because of the diversity of the people who attend, everyone has their own unique perspectives and contributions, and this group is so welcoming to new ideas. Your unique contributions are valued. All levels of experience are wel …
The Astronomical Association of Northern California is a non-profit corporation for fostering astronomy in Northern California. We serve as a central location for member astronomy clubs, amateur astronomers and professionals throughout the area to share information about events and news regarding their organizations. Clubs and other interested organizations: support and join AANC - then appoint a PR person to post events here. Once your group is a supporting member - a sponsor link to your orga …
I decided to start this group because we have some really awesome and fun hiking trails in our area. And also, some of these agencies have docents that really rock. The Open Space Authority docents are friendly, engaging and won't make you cry hiking up the hill (unless you like killer hikes and then they have some crazy intense hikers, too). This group is for anyone who likes to go hiking, or for walks and would like people to go with. If you like walking with other people, if you are shy, frie …
The Robert Ferguson Observatory (RFO) is Northern California's most active public observatory. We are located in the ( Sugarloaf Ridge State Park ) in Kenwood , CA . Just 10-minutes east of Santa Rosa ! Robert Ferguson Observatory offers educational classes in both solar and night sky observing, along with use of our three different telescopes: a 24-inch reflector, an 8-inch refractor, and a 14-inch CCD. If astronomy interests you; or you’re an astronomer yourself, please consider joining the Ro …
This is a once a month non-fiction book club that covers all areas of science, natural history, and non-religious based philosophy and morality. This club is for those who have read or are interested in reading books by authors like Carl Sagan, John McPhee, Richard Dawkins, Bill Bryson, Sam Harris and more. The club will meet in downtown Los Gatos once a month (probably at a coffee shop), and meetings will be casual. If you have any interest in the natural sciences (astronomy, geology, biology), …
The place to go, grow and learn how to take photos during the dark - especially those that include the starry sky, moving lights. Join a workshop, attend a class, learn a new technique or ask that daunting question about night exposures here!
This group, which is open to the public, is where nonmembers can learn more about Freemasonry as well as meet local Freemasons. We hold discussions on various esoteric topics at our study goup, in order to promote greater understanding of ourselves and others. This study group serves as an introduction of Freemasonry to nonmembers. Please visit www.co-masonry.org for more information on The Honorable Order of Co-Masonry.
Wonderfest’s Mission is to inspire and nurture a deep sense of wonder about the world. Through science education programs, Wonderfest aspires to stimulate curiosity, promote careful reasoning, challenge unexamined beliefs, and encourage life-long learning. Wonderfest, the San Francisco Bay Area Beacon of Science, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. http://wonderfest.org http://facebook.com/wonderfest http://twitter.com/wonderfest http://www.youtube.com/tuckeroo11
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Our mission is to provide an intellectual gateway to science beyond the convention. This opening includes the work of people such as Janine Benyus, Rianne Eisler, Bruce Lipton, Jim Oschmann, and others. I hope astronomers, anthropologists, writers, nurses, physicians, acupuncturists, mystics, intuitives, sages, engineers, healers and all those with a keen inquisitive mind will join. It is inspired by the International Society of Subtle Energies and Medicine and the Institute of Noetic Sciences …
Originally a spin-off of the SpaceUp SF crew (Go on, Google it) We're now spreading the love with regular get-togethers for the spacially inclined. YOU SHOULD JOIN THIS GROUP IF YOU: - Are definitely into 'space-stuff' OR - 'Space-stuff-curious' (We won't judge you, we promise.) ^That's about it, really. Go on. Click the 'join' button. YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO.
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