Do you have a telescope in your closet and are not sure what to do with it? Perhaps it is still in the box? Your local astronomy club, the North Houston Astronomy Club, is having a telescope workshop with you in mind. It will be Aug. 25, from 6:30-9 p.m. at Lone Star College-Kingwood in Classroom Building A.
Whether you are thinking about buying a telescope, need to assemble one you already have, need to learn how to operate your telescope, or are wondering what objects are available for you to see, this is a workshop for you. No reservations are required and there is no cost; just arrive at 6:30 p.m. and bring your telescope (if you have one) with you. If it has a user manual, please bring it as well. See you there.
The Insperity Observatory website is and the North Houston Astronomy Club website is

By Dr. Aaron B. Clevenson
Observatory Director, Insperity Observatory 


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Aaron Clevenson
Author: Aaron ClevensonEmail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
I am the observatory director at the Insperity Observatory in Humble ISD. I am also an adjunct astronomy professor at Lone Star College-Montgomery where I teach solar system astronomy and stars and galaxies astronomy. I am the author of the astronomy textbook, “Astronomy for Mere Mortals.” I am a past president of the North Houston Astronomy Club, and was the chair of Astronomy Day in Southeast Texas in 2015 and 2016. He is an observing program director with The Astronomical League, coordinates their Master Observer Progression Awards, and has authored six of their observing programs.