Bartlesville Astronomical Society meets monthly to share experiences, exchange information and learn about the fascinating and ever changing world of astronomy.  Our members conduct public star parties (observing sessions), providing the opportunity for everyone to see the celestial wonders of the night sky through telescopes and binoculars.  But you don't need a telescope to join.  The Bartlesville Astronomy Club is open to anyone with an interest in astronomy and a desire to learn.

If you have an interest in astronomy, we encourage you to join the Bartlesville Astronomical Society.  Whether you're curious about stars and constellations, planets, asteroids and comets, solar or lunar eclipses, black holes, galaxies, meteor showers or any other aspects of space and astronomy, the Bartlesville Astronomical Society has something to offer.

For most of human history, the stars told us where we were in space and time.  Have we forgotten how to look up?

by Gene Tracy

(an essay from aeon.co)

BAS Meeting , January 2016

Photo by Daryl Doughty

BAS Meeting January, 2016

Yellow Moon , March 2015

Photo by Jim Vogh

Time Lapse Videos

Total Lunar Eclipse

BAS Events Announcements

 Monday,  August 7, 2017,  
7:00 p.m.

(6:30 - Setup and Casual Conversation)

Bartlesville Public Library

7:15 p.m.
The Apollo Missions
Karen Cruce

A brief history of Man's quest to explore the Moon.

016 BAS Programs

 Month Program Presenter 
 JanGlobular Star Clusters    
Daryl Doughty
 Feb        Contributing to Science by Observing OccultationJohn Grismore
Daryl Doughty
 AprCERN The Large Hadron Collider    Gordon Stallings
 MayEclipse Plans RoundtableBAS Members
JunMSRALJerry Koenig
 JulSolar Minimum Eclipse EffectsDaryl Doughty