"The Observatories on Mount Haleakala."with Bill Spizzirri
One of the advantages of traveling as an amateur astronomer is that you see and understand astronomy related tourist attractions in a depth and from a perspective that others may not. Bill will share with his signature wit and insight, his travels to and experiences at the observatories on Mt Haleakala, Maui, Hawaii.
Speaker Bio: Bill Spizzirri has been an amateur astronomer for 50 years is a member of HAS and has also been a member of an astronomy club near Chicago for 36 years and counting. He served there as President for two years and has held other offices. Bill is now a retired software analyst and grandpa of three. His main astronomy activity these days is teaching children about our universe.
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