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 RASC September Monthly Meeting   

 September 19, 2014 at 7:30 pm
Saint Mary's University, Atrium Building, Room AT101 (Map)

New Astronomers' Night


This Friday’s meeting will have a theme of New Astronomers Night and will have presentations on:

Finding Your Way Around the Sky (Chris Young, Secretary)

Planning and Logging your Observing Night (Paul Heath, President)

What’s Up in the September/October night sky with reference to the Explore the Universe Program (Sean Dzafovic)

Sean will also describe the upcoming NOVA Program which he will present beginning in October. The NOVA program (New Observers to Visual Astronomy) is an introductory course that is designed to show the novice astronomer the wonders of the night sky and how to enjoy them. No experience required. A telescope is not required.
And, of course, following the presentations – refreshments and discussion!

All Welcome!


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