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    John Land 
    2003 MSRAL Convention Chairman
    astroland@gbronline.com

    Questions or comments about this page can be directed to aaron-coyner@utulsa.edu

    The Astronomy Club of Tulsa (ACT) is proud to host the 2003 Convention of the Mid-States Region of the Astronomical League. This 53rd annual convention will be held June 20-22, 2003on the campus of the University of Tulsa in TulsaOklahoma.

    Latest Updates

    Dr. William Romanishin, Professor of Physics at the University of Oklahoma., has agreed to participate as our Keynote Speaker for the evening of June 21, 2003.

    Dr. David Lien, Professor of Physics at OklahomaStateUniversity, has been invited as a speaker for 2003 MSRAL.

    Dr. P. Clay Sherrod of the Arkansas Sky Observatory has been confirmed as a speaker at MSRAL 2003.

    Thanks to those people who sent abstracts and bios during the Call for Papers. The papers will be added to the schedule and a talk schedule for June 21st will be posted.

    Burgess Optical has been invited to be a vendor. Please visit the Vendor Page for more information.

    Hardin Optical has agreed to sponsor the convention through a door prize donation. Check out the door prize on our Vendor Page and visit the Hardin Optical site for a wide array of products.

    Software Bisque, the makers of "The Sky" software package have kindly committed to send several door prizes for MSRAL 2003

    Orion telescopes has provided 2 door prizes for MSRAL 2003. Please visit their site at www.telescope.com

    Door prizes have recently been provided by Bushnell performance optics. You can visit their site at www.bushnell.com

    Space Software has sent a copy of Starry Night Backyard as a door prize for MSRAL 2003

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