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NEKAAL is made up of amateur astronomers from around the area. We observe, draw, photograph, document, discover and enjoy astronomy. NEKAAL owns and operates Farpoint Observatory, located on the grounds of Mission Valley High School approximately 30 miles southwest of Topeka, Kansas.

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Recent Meetups

  • July 15 · 9:00 PM

    Public Astronomy Night

    3 Internet Members

    How long has it been since you saw the stars under a really dark sky? When the Milky Way actually looked like milk? And there were more stars than you could count. Come... Learn more

  • June 24 · 9:00 PM

    Public Astronomy Night

    5 Internet Members

    How long has it been since you saw the stars under a really dark sky? When the Milky Way actually looked like milk? And there were more stars than you could count. Come... Learn more

  • June 22 · 7:00 PM

    General Meeting

    4 Internet Members | 4.00

    These meetings are always open to the general public, free of charge. The meetings usually include speakers or presentations covering a wide range of topics relevant to... Learn more

  • June 17 · 9:00 PM

    Public Astronomy Night

    5 Internet Members

    How long has it been since you saw the stars under a really dark sky? When the Milky Way actually looked like milk? And there were more stars than you could count. Come... Learn more

  • May 25 · 7:00 PM

    General Meeting, Karen Camarda - Gravitational Waves

    3 Internet Members

    Last time Karen Camarda presented at a NEKAAL meeting she talked about the prospects for the detection of gravitational waves. Now that they have been detected, she will... Learn more

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Founded Apr 8, 2011

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