Spring 2018

March 16, 7:30 PM: Friday Nights: Celestial Lights, "Deep Impact: The Search for Life Ending Asteroids." Flawn Science Bldg, UTSA Main Campus

March 17th: Messier Marathon, Hill Country State Natural Area (Tentative)

April 19th, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM: Cibilo Nature Center "Thirst for Nature"

April 21st: Scobee Elementary Young Astronauts

April 26th: Kate Schenck Elementary School Science Night

Calendar of Events

SALSA Stargazing Outings and Regional Astronomy Events

Curtis Vaughan Observatory (CVO) is located on the top floor of the Flawn Science Building (FLN), on the UTSA main campus. Click below for location and parking.

Note: ALL of our outdoor events are dictated by weather conditions.  Please check the local forecast before you come to an event. If in doubt whether we will be there, please check Facebook or e-mail the address below. We will make every attempt to provide a fast response.

SALSA members serve as volunteers and docents at UTSA's Curtis Vaughan Obseratory, in support of two major programs: "First Friday Stargazing," and "Friday Nights, Celestial Lights."  These take place during the school year, from Jan-May, and Sep-Dec.