HAL members are also AL members as a free benefit of HAL membership.
If you are a HAL Member and don't see your Astronomical League awards listed below, even if received while a member of a different club,
please use the Site Help form to provide your full name, the certificate name and certificate number.
Arp Peculiar Galaxies, Visual (35); Binocular Messier (648); Caldwell Silver (81); Deep Sky Binocular (187); Double Star (264); Globular Cluster (53);
Herschel 400 (331); Lunar (594); Master Observer (77); Messier & Messier(H)(2161); Universe Sampler (79(T))
Steve Jaworiwsky (HAL ALCor - Astronomical League Coordinator)
Arp Peculiar Galaxies, Visual (72V); Asteroid Gold (47); Binocular Messier (68); Caldwell Silver (20); Comet Observers Gold (29);
Deep Sky Binocular (24); Double Star (249); Globular Cluster (40); Herschel II Observing Award (56-M); Herschel 400 (88);
Local Galaxy Program (37-M); Lunar(448); Master Observer (38); Messier & Messier(H)(902);
Meteor Watchers Honorary (63) 36 hours;
Open Cluster Observing Program (72 Adv.);
Planetary Nebula Club (Advanced) 39-M; Southern Skies Binocular (24); Southern Skies Telescopic (6);
Sunspotters (160); Urban Club (76); Two in the View Award (45)
Binocular Messier (596); Caldwell Silver (30); Lunar (259); Messier and Messier (H) (1766); Planetary Transit Venus 2004 (1); Solar System (29); Universe Sampler (41)(T)
Sunspotters (141); Outreach (Outreach-0658O) (Stellar-0658S)
Caldwell Silver (26); Caldwell Gold (5)
Carbon Star Program certificate (124); Double Star Program (671)
Honorary Messier Certificate (for observing all 110 Messier objects)
Received a certificate and pin for completing the Lunar and Lunar Binocular Observing Program, certificate # 1194 and 1194B.
Note: Some former HAL members received these awards when they were members.
However, their awards no longer appear below since they are not currently HAL members. Should they rejoin their awards will reappear.