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Whiteshell Public Observing 2018

May 19 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

The Winnipeg RASC will be out at the Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary in the Whiteshell Provincial Park to do some public observing! We’ll have lots of friendly astronomers with their telescopes to share the wonders of the night sky.

Agenda

9:00pm, introductions of RASC from Park interpreter at welcome centre
9:15pm, sunset
9:15 – 9:45pm, short presentation and info about our club
10pm, move to observing area
11pm, official end of public event

Details

Date:
May 19
Time:
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Venue

Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary
Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary
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Organizer

RASC WINNIPEG

Regular Events

Every second Friday of the month, we host our monthly meetings. They are free and open for all to attend, and are located in the Robert Schultz Lecture Theatre at St. John’s College in the U of M.

Meetings start at 7pm with our Beginner’s talk, which are designed for novice astronomers who are just beginning in the hobby. Then, we have updates on the latest astronomical news, and also discuss what is up to observe in the night sky that month. The main talk typically runs from 9pm to 10pm, where we have a variety of guest speakers who share their knowledge and expertise of astronomy.

Near the end of each summer, the Winnipeg RASC holds its annual Spruce Woods Star Party, held at Spruce Woods Provincial Park near Carberry, Manitoba. All current RASC members are welcome to join for a weekend of astronomy workshops and long nights of observing.