International Astronomy Day 2022
Saturday, May 7th
1pm to 4pm & 8 to 10pm

The St. John's Centre of the
Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
is celebrating International Astronomy Day (Sat. May 7th),
in conjunction with the Johnson Geo Centre, Signal Hill, St. John’s.

From 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM there will be a display of telescopes in the Geocentre lobby.
Talk to an astronomer about observing or about your new equipment, pick up
information about dark skies, learn how to make a star finder, or see
the Sun (if it's out), using special solar telescopes. Weather permitting,
there will also be telescopes set up to view the moon from
8:00 PM to 10:00 PM (weather permitting).

RASC members will be wearing masks. Visitors are asked
to wear masks and observe physical distancing.

For more information, visit stjohnsrasc.ca or
look for RASC St. John’s Centre on Facebook.

Dress the family warm and join us to celebrate
the wonders of our universe.

 


Digital Photograph of the Dumbell Nebula
(some 1250 light years distant)
Photo by Robert Babb

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