MONTHLY MEETING: February 15th, 7:30 p.m., Classroom A, 3rd floor, Center on Church,
Downtown Roanoke. Rescheduled from last month, this evening our own Paul Caffrey
will highlight his involvement in occultation timing and the equipment he uses. From
mapping mountains of the moon to the shape of distant asteroids, occultation timing
can improve our knowledge of asteroid orbits and even reveal hitherto-unknown asteroid
moons. Join us for a look at this fascinating branch of observational astronomy!