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Greg ScheidererSeattle Astronomy covers space and astronomy news from Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.

Greg Scheiderer writes Seattle Astronomy. His life spans the space age; he was about nine weeks old when Sputnik was launched in October 1957. Greg grew up following Apollo and the race to the Moon, and has been a space and astronomy buff ever since. He has spent more than three decades in the communication business as a journalist, public relations practitioner, government relations specialist, and freelance writer. He is a member of the Seattle Astronomical Society, and served for several years as editor of its newsletter, The Webfooted Astronomer. Greg is a member of the Northwest Science Writers Association, and has written about astronomy for Alaska Airlines Magazine; Reflector, the magazine of the Astronomical League; Arches magazine at the University of Puget Sound; the “Local Group” blog on Astronomy.com; and Examiner.com.

Though Greg is a member of the Seattle Astronomical Society and we often cover SAS events, Seattle Astronomy is not associated with the society.

Contact: greg@SeattleAstronomy.com

 

 

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  3. Juan

    Love the site, specifically location, my question is when you drive there.
    Many times the sites are close at dusk, and parking close the gate.
    Also I have the Ranger or Law enforcement tell me to leave, is there a permit I can get so I enjoy the dark sky

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