What we're about

Welcome to the San Diego Space Network (SDSN).

We are an affiliation of local space enthusiasts that are active in national organizations such as the Planetary Society, Mars Society, National Space Society, the Space Frontier Foundation; and local space and science organizations such as the San Diego Astronomy Association, members of the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center and the San Diego Air & Space Museum.

We host space-related information such as news, discussions regarding local opportunities, and local event notices.

Space is awesome!

Message Board: https://tinyurl.com/ya229g7d

Upcoming events (5)

CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Palomar College Planetarium - Public Shows

Palomar College Planetarium

CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: https://www2.palomar.edu/pages/planetarium/planetarium-closed/

NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus, please contact the planetarium at (760)[masked] ext. 2833 or [masked] to find out if they're having this show before you go.

Palomar College Planetarium - Public Shows

Palomar College has built a new planetarium. We are open to the community and local schools. Choose an option to the right and explore the grand new venue for San Diego!

Public planetarium shows occur every Friday evening (even when Palomar College is not in session!)

Some helpful tips that will assist you with your planetarium visit:

Due to the darkened environment and safety concerns, children under the age of 5 years old are not allowed in the planetarium shows. No exceptions.

Tip #1: Purchase your tickets ahead of time using our online ticket service. A recent increase in attendance has frustrated those who attempt to purchase tickets at the box office on the night of the show when we sell out. To ensure that you have tickets and guaranteed seats on the night of your visit, we encourage you to purchase tickets ahead of time using our convenient online ticket purchasing service.

Tip #2: PLEASE USE the maps and directions provided on our website. Some visitors who do not use the maps and directions provided are getting lost when they arrive to campus. The maps and directions provided on our website will direct you to the correct parking lot that allows FREE parking (Lot #5 only) and will help you find your way to the planetarium once you are parked.

We look forward to seeing you at the planetarium!

Click here for show and ticket purchase information: http://www.palomar.edu/planetarium/PUBSHOWS/PublicShows.htm

Dart Rocketry Model Rocket Launch Event

FIESTA ISLAND - SAN DIEGO, CA

San Diego's Model Rocketry Club D.A.R.T Rocketry will have a public model rocket launch event from 8:00am to noon at the Over-the-Line Field on Fiesta Island.

http://www.dartrocketry.org

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NOTE: This is a non-San Diego Space Network event that is being put on by one of our regional partners, listed here purely for members' information. See the details above for more information on how to sign up.

San Diego Space Network will not have a public outreach presence at this event, but that may change in the future.

SDAA Program Meeting

Mission Trails Regional Park

The San Diego Astronomy Association (SDAA) Program Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month at the Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor and Interpretative Center, beginning at 7:00 PM. Doors open at 6:30 PM.

After making announcements and conducting a small amount of business, the audience is treated to a talk or presentation by a featured speaker.

The event is open to the public.

Directions to MTRP may be found on their website.

For a complete Program Meeting schedule, go to the Program Meeting web page

http://www.sdaa.org/events.htm

https://www.sdaa.org/calendar.htm
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NOTE:This is a NON-San Diego Space Network event that is being put on by one of our regional partners, listed here purely for members' information. See the details below for more information on how to sign up.

The San Diego Space Network will not have a public outreach presence at this event, but that may change in the future.

CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Palomar College Planetarium - Public Shows

Palomar College Planetarium

CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: https://www2.palomar.edu/pages/planetarium/planetarium-closed/

NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus, please contact the planetarium at (760)[masked] ext. 2833 or [masked] to find out if they're having this show before you go.

Palomar College Planetarium - Public Shows

Palomar College has built a new planetarium. We are open to the community and local schools. Choose an option to the right and explore the grand new venue for San Diego!

Public planetarium shows occur every Friday evening (even when Palomar College is not in session!)

Some helpful tips that will assist you with your planetarium visit:

Due to the darkened environment and safety concerns, children under the age of 5 years old are not allowed in the planetarium shows. No exceptions.

Tip #1: Purchase your tickets ahead of time using our online ticket service. A recent increase in attendance has frustrated those who attempt to purchase tickets at the box office on the night of the show when we sell out. To ensure that you have tickets and guaranteed seats on the night of your visit, we encourage you to purchase tickets ahead of time using our convenient online ticket purchasing service.

Tip #2: PLEASE USE the maps and directions provided on our website. Some visitors who do not use the maps and directions provided are getting lost when they arrive to campus. The maps and directions provided on our website will direct you to the correct parking lot that allows FREE parking (Lot #5 only) and will help you find your way to the planetarium once you are parked.

We look forward to seeing you at the planetarium!

Click here for show and ticket purchase information: http://www.palomar.edu/planetarium/PUBSHOWS/PublicShows.htm

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SDAA Oak Oasis Star Party

Mission Trails Regional Park

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