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Please volunteer: Outreach, 2-Minute Talk, Refreshments



Club Dark Sky Star Gaze
May 09, Saturday 8:00 PM at NMR-DSO
Moonrise/Set 0000 1019 Dark sky

Check out Venus and Jupiter, Saturn rises by 21:15.
Review the western Winter Hexagon
Focus on Cancer, Leo, Hydra, Crater, Corvus,
Ursa major, Ursa minor, Bootes, Virgo.
Learn Regulus, Denebola, Algieba in Leo, Alphard the heart of Hydra, Algorab and Gienah in Corvus,
Arcturus in Bootes, Spica in Virgo, Alphekka, the jewel of the Corona Borealis,
Etamin, Rastaban and Grumium as Draco the Dragon rises in the NE.
Look for beautiful double stars, clusters and nebulae.

Please arrive before dark. Park with your headlights toward the road.
Bring what you have of planisphere, binoculars, telescope.
Wear socks, shoes, layered clothing.





ACA Outreach for Science Day
May 15, Friday 7AM -3PM at Hammond Hill Elementary
Please volunteer: Outreach



ACA Telescopes on the Lawn
for National Astronomy Night The Public is invited!

April 25, Saturday, 7:30-10:30 PM
at RPSEC
Moonrise-Set: 1145-0047: 1st Qtr Moon


Members of the Astronomy Club of Augusta will host naked-eye, binocular, and telescope observing
of the moon, planets, and stars this evening on the Lawn.
We will have a number of telescopes available for the public to look through.

Bring what you have of: your planisphere, binoculars, telescope, 2 towels, a lawn chair...
Wear socks & shoes, layered clothing.

Check out the Moon, Venus, and Jupiter.
Review the Winter Hexagon.
Focus on Cancer, Leo, Hydra, Crater, Corvus,
Ursa major, Ursa minor, Bootes, Virgo.
Look for famous stars, beautiful double stars, clusters, and nebulae.


For Members: We appreciate your helping the public locate and identify sky objects.




Beginners to experts can benefit
from the abundance of knowledge, skill, and enthusiasm
at our local meetings and star parties.
Astronomy is not a simple sport. Get help to get good.
Go to our Membership page, and become a member now.


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